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Published Twice-A-Weck In The County Scat of Haywood County At The Eastern Entrance Of The Great Smoky Mountains National Park
65th YEAR NO. 29 12 PAGES Associated Press and United Press News WAYNESVILLE, N. C, MONDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 10, 1930 $3.00 In Advance In Haywood and Jackson Countiet
Smith Family Wants To Go, Too
y, this area, was
11 E. Cole Hea
. .. - mrnl area
i. tuim lerw
Indoor. The census
ie the usual n
good morning. I
vltor taking the census,
jra lew Questions
It ian indignant man.
i -Sorry, f Jesl
jLl be netting for a
Sue the husband came
1 ,nd as he could hear
I'd the enumerator in,
fli .11 the necessary
J, cjption is in reverse
Urine W. Roy rranc
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k purchase at a i"-i
thP rhance from
lot.' hW DOCKei.
118 He searched all 13
in coat. 4 in vest, 4 in
in shirt and no $18
. hole in the very poc
lh he remembered hav
led the $18. . :
I. tiR" he saiQ.
Lbers of the Club sit-
same table stariea io
Lthv on such a "capital
Frpii Sloan happened to
Ued like a roll of bills
iwav. runt wnere mr,
V been standing prior to
igll. It was me iosv io.
kit tried to pay
did not succeed.
IM Moody, 82. a retired
Iti Friday afternoon at
in the Jonathan Creek
Itaywood County after k
of Ilaywood County, he
in of the late A. A. and
IcCraeken Moody and i
Clyde Masonic lodge.
g are the widow, Mrs,
ttherwood Moody; ' two
Mrs. Leland Garnctt of
Beach, Fla and Mrs,
ich. of Lake junaluska
Mrs. D. A. Howell of
le and Mrs. Mary Dane
sons, W. Arthur of
S.., -Gilbert of Raleigh,
p of Murphy, Charles of
Va, and Dick of
MFD .2; 12 grandchil
services were held Sun
Pin. In Shady Grove
Church on the Dellwood
Rev. F. 0. Drvman and
C. Belk officiated and
in Boyd family ceme
P were the following
pick Boyd, Owen Jaynes,
jinos Boyd. Ralph Cald
watherwood and Elmer
? Pallbearers were mem
fc Clyde Masonic Order
F Green. O. H. Sheltnn
Rid. Jack Messer, Dr,
'"tWttr. ThendnrA Mr,
"eeves Noland. J.
Jonathan Woody, Tom
WaV. C. V. Mnnrfu
r1". trover Davis, r.lav.
f ' 1. L. (iuvn ToUm W
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wyd, Jr.. Rnhprt Wolxh
Mrs'Wlllis Smith, the former Mrtff .Anna luee tof WaynesviHe and
vwife of one of the major candidates for the Democratic jnomina-
tibn for the U. S. Senate, rests with her daughter Anna, In their
Charlotte hotel room during a campaign trip. (Photo courtesy The
. Charlotte News.) . , J
Candidates' Women Folk
Adjust To Campaign Life
(Editor's Note: This feature tells
how the womenfolk of a candidate
live when their man Is out cam
paignlng. It was written, by Mrs.
Martha Azer London, reporter for
the CharloUe News, and was pub
lished in a recent edition of the
Waynosvllle High School's mu
sicians, 200 strong, continued their
hard work today in an effort to
mnke Thursday night's concert the
biggest and best they've ever given
in their young careers.
Band Director Charles lslcy gave
the detain of the concert' this
morning, and announced that the
proceeds will go to helping to raise
$400 to finance the trip to
the North CaiuUna Music Festival
and Contest at Greensboro April
Taking part in the concert,
which will open at 8 p.m. at the
Wayncsville High School auditori
um, will be the 55-plcce concert
band, and the mixed chorus of 100
voices each of which gained the
top rating of superior in the dis
trict music concert held in Ashe
vllle; and the military band of 45
musicians, which was rated as
"good" in the official Judging at
the district contest.
: Meanwhile, the members of the
bands and the chorus were spend
ing their free time after school in
trying to sell tickets to the event.
Many of them already had con
tributed their allowances them
selves. ' .';:
The concert band, already rated
as one of the finest In the state,
will try tq make it official that it
is THE best in the at ate If the
musicians and singers to Greens-
, (See Band Page 5)
Haywood Board of Elections Takes Oath
This is the 3-member Haywood Board of Elections taking the oath of office here Saturday noon.
Hugh Leatherwood, clerk of court (right) is shown administering the oath of office. Charles B. Hawk
ins, Republican member, i on the left; Crom E. Cole, chairman, is in the center, and Jerry Rogers,
secretary, Is third from the left. This is a MouQtalneer photo by Ingram's Studio.
Joe Z. Rlantnn nt
;r,eek end guests of
M brother-in-law and
'"Mrs. W. M Cobh.
Go To Services
As Fair Weather
Churches throughout Haywood
County Mvere, Crowded to capacity
yesterday as" thousands of wor
shippers turned -out to observe the
traditional Easter Services.
Fair, perfect fc spring ' weather
fayored the congregation and the
ladies particularly after the ser
vices as they blossomed put for the
first time this year tin their color
ful Easter costumes.
A large group of the faithful of
all denominations rose early Sun
day morning to attend the Sunrise
Services held at Soco Mountain,
at Lake' Junaluska, the Hazel wood
Baptist' Church, and the Clyde
."The Soco services were conduct
ed by the Free Methodist Chapel
q? Way nesville, while the, tradi
tional Lake Junaluska event was
sponsored by the Haywood sub
district of the Methodist Youth
5 At Hazelwood, the rues were
cenducted by the pastor, the Rev.
MV L. Lewis, while the Rev: D. D.
Gross, pastor of the Clyde church,
yaS in charge of me services tm
in the church'e upper cemetery.
T'hp threat that the cold, snowy
Thursdav carried for a ingm
Easter failed to materialize as me
weather grew progressively warm
pp durine the days that followed.
. Citnniatt'i warm, sunnv skies
helDed. make the Easter weekend
ronnnrtlnt rommercial success
Marnhnnts rpnorted that busl-
hp hpst it had been in
livoa nuu mv --
By MARTHA LONDON
Charlotte News Staff Writer
They seemed to be coming from
all directions this morning into the
Hotel Charlotte, and up to the
tenth floor headquarters for Willis
Smith, candidate for the United
States Senate from Raleigh.
Mr. Smith, tali: and genial,
greeted his friends and made new
acquaintances, and talked easily of
other old friends. The room Vas
eetine full, and pretty soon, all
the chairs were taken.
In the midst of this gathering
walked Anna Lee Smith, pretty
21-year-old daughter of the candi
date. "Excuse me," she said, soft
ly, "but Mother wants something."
She looked into the closet, ana
pulled out an olive-green . jacket,
and said:''1! think this is if." ,
A moment later, she-, handed it
(See Mrs. Smith Pace 5)
April KU,Parti j..
few i. . " " "uuul
s jvinnfn.. . .
. , warm jnonaay
Ln7ay morning, follow.
r mville temperature
f, th staff of the State
Boosters Club To
Moot On Thursday
The regular monthly meeting of
the Hazelwood Boosters Club is set
for Thursday, the 13th at tne naz
elwood Presbyterian church at sev
en o'clock. This will be the regu
lar iiintuM- meeting of the club.
Rudolph Carswell is president,
and Sam H. Lane is secretary.
CDP Club Seen
The Soco Road Boosters Club has
A resolution to that effect was
adopted by its members at their
regular meeting last Thursday
nlghb approximately one year af
ter it was organized.
Spokesmen reported that in its
place, a Community Development
Program organization would be set
up for the residents of the Maggie
section and the Soco Valley in gen
This, they said, would take over
the functions of the Boosters
Club, which was set up to promote
the development of the area, rated
among the most beautiful in West
ern North Carolina.
During his session also, the new
Maggie Boy Scout Troop was char
tered formally into the interna
tional youth organization.
Paul Davis of Waynesville pre
sented the document to Scoutmas
ter Robert Massey during cere
monies at the session at Lake Juna
The organization of Maggie
Troop 10 was sponsored by . the
Boosters Club under its retiring
president, Fred Campbell of
, N. W. Rogers, named to succeed
Campbell for the new year, pre
sided over the session.
Hospital Insurance Plan
Campaign Gets Underway
Haywood County will join with
sister counties in Western North
Carolina in an intensive Blue
Cross enrollment campaign April
10-15 it was announced today by
Ned Tucker of Waynesville Blue
Cross chairman f o r, Haywood
"Every resident should take ad
vantage of this opportunity to ob
tain complete coverage for hospi
tal and surgical care," Tucker said.
"The majority of families in Hay
wood and the 14 other counties of
the Tenth Medical District are
without adequate hospital, surgical
and maternity insurance," the
county chairman stated. "This re
port of the Health and Hospital
Council of the district was directly
responsible for the planning of the
"The importance of Blue Cross
protection to the individual and
family is too often disregarded,"
(See Hospital Page Sf '
Last week the Waynesville Board
of Aldermen put the finishing
touches on their program to solve
the stray dog problem by appoint
ing Montgomery Queen as official
Meanwhile, workmen are put
ting the finishing touches on the
town's first dog pound.
Officials Indicated the enclosed
wire-cago and frame "pooch motel"
with its four little houses Would
be ready for its first guests pos
sibly by 'his weekend.
Mr, Queen will be in charge of
both the pound and the Job of
rounding u p the unescorted
pooches for their brief stay in the
pound off the Dellwood Road. He'll
make his rounds in his own jeep.
Town Manager Grayden Fergu
son estimated that the pound will
be able to support as many as 50
dogs at a time.
"But," said Chief of Folic
Orville Noland, "we won't have
(See Dog Catcher Page 5)
To Reopen On
fii$l:- Waynesyllle Drive-In The
ater will reopen at 7:30 P. M.
Wednesday, with a brand new
The theater had tq, shut down
when the big wind of March 27
blew down the original screen,
tearing it too badly to be repaired.
Get New Police
Patrol Car Soon
The Waynesville Police force
will have a new patrol car soon.
, .Town Manager Grayden Fergu
son said the department is await
ing the shipment of a 1950 Ford
sedan, specially built for -police
The order was filed to the Ford
plant through its local agency,
Davis-Liner Motor Sales.
This will give the department
two patrol cars to cover its ex
tensive Waynesville territory.
For 1950 To
A series of clinics for the in
oculation of dogs against rabies
as required by state law will open
Thursday, continuing through May
The schedule for the first day:
Thursday 3:30 B. M., Beck Gro
cery, Saunook; 4:30 P. M. Frank
lin's Store. Saunook; 5:30 P. M.
Green Valley Grocery, Hyatt Creek.
Mrs. Rung Plans To
Open Dining Room Soon
Mrs. Harry H. Rung has arrived
here from Manhattan Beach, Calif.,
and, will open Yhe dining room at
Waynevilla in the near future. Mrs.
Rung was accompanied by her
daughter, Mrs. J. F. McCann, who
will be here for a short time.
Mrs. Rung, and the late Mr.
Rung, operated the same dining
room last season.
Plott To Leave
Wellco For New
Position April 17
Robert Plott, sales manager for
Wellco Shoe Corporation here for
the past two years, will leave April
17 to start work as sales represent
ative for the Peters Shoe Co. of
He will cover the North Georgia
and Atlanta areas for the Georgia
firm, which is a division of Inter
national Shoe Company of St.
Plott, a native of Haywood
County, reports that he'll come
back here weekends to visit his
family until about next fall when
Mrs. Plott and their two children
will join him at their permanent
home. ' V; '
He's an active member of the
Waynesville - Lions Club and the
American Legion's Haywood Post
47 here. . :
The chairman of the individual
communities and the directors of
the county-wide ' Community De
velopment Program will meet at
7:30 p.m. here today to work up a
plan for 1950 activities.
Among other major Hems of
business on the agenda for the
Court House meeting is action on
the recommendations of the Coun
ty Community Development Pro
gram Recreation Commission.
s Tli0 members of this group at a
meeting here halurday morning
drew plans for summer sports and
Other recreation activities, and
elected a County Softball Commit
tee. Softball was the greatest single
sport In last summer's first rural
recreation program. Boys' and girls'
teams from every one of the then
23 organized 'communities compet
ed in the inter-community field day
programs, with (he sectional fin
alists playing for the champion
ship in the county-wide Field Day
held .at Canton in August.
C. C. Poindcxtcr, director of ath
(Sec Community Page 5)
Board Took Oath
Of Office At Noon
Crom E. Cole, of Canton, was
named chairman of the Havwood
Board of Elections here shortly
after .noon Saturday, as. the new
board took the oath of office from
Hush Leatherwood. e'erk of court.
Mr. Cole succeeds Jerry Rogers,
who has served as chairman for
the past two years.
Charles B. Hawkins, insurance
man of Canton end Clyde, was
certified as the Republican mem
ber of the board.
As, soon as the three members
had taken the path of office, Jerry
Rogers nominated Mr. Cole for
chairman, and Mr. Hawkins sec
onded the nomination. Later Mr.
Rogers was named secretary of
The board went into executive
session, and named the registrars.
judges and clerks for the 24 pre
cincts of the county.
The board also heard a request
that North Waynesville be divided
into two precincts, with one estab
lished at Ratcllffe Cove. Mr. Cole
said this morning lie has the mat
ter under advisement, and is look
ing up the law governing the
steps necessary to divide a pre
Tt Hnta 9A nar-nnna haiin
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ally filed for office. The last filing,
date is at six o'clock on Saturday,
The board also, set ten o'clock.
Saturday, April 22; as the time for
all registrars and judges to meet
at the court house and receive In
structions and supplies for the
Tho registration books will open
on Saturday, April 29, and remain
.open also on- Maji,. 6VandJL3tbv-., ;:
May 20th is challenge day, and
May 23th is election day.
The following registrar, judges
and clerks were named:
Waynesville No. 1 Mrs. Bern
ice Cough, registrar; Mrs. Roy
Campbell, assistant; Judges Harry
Clay (D) and Carter Camp (R);
Everett McElroy, and Mrs. Charlie
Waynesville No. 2 Mrs. W. A.
Hyatt, registrar, and Wlngate
Hannah, assistant; Scott English,
Clerk; Hayes Alley (D) judge. No
Republican judge named.
Waynesville No. 3 Elmer Hend-
ricksj registrar, Mrs. Edna Hem
brce, assistant; Willis Beck, clerk;
judges, Bill Ferguson (D) and
Grady Farmer (Rh
Hazelwood Mrs. Raymond
Crawford, registrar; Mrs. Joe
(See Election Page 5)
Rotarians elected a seven-man
board of directors at their meet
ing on Friday. The new hoard
will take office July first, but will
in (he meantime, select from one
of the seven, a president to serve
for the next year.
Jonathan Woody, president, will
become vice president under Ro
tary system, as of July first.
Those elected Friday from a
membership of 55, were: Richard
Barber, W. M. "Bill" Cobb, Dave
Felmet, Johnny Johnson, James L.
Kilpatrick, William S. Ray, and
Banks Offering Prizes
In Census Contest Here
The biggest guessing game right
now is not who will be elected, but
"what will the census show?"
The First State Bank, and The
First National Bank officials have
found so much interest in the re
sults of the census, that they are
staging a contest, starting Tues
day morning. - ".'
Three valuable prizes are being
offered valued at about $150.00.
One prize will go to the person
guessing the nearest the correct
figure for the county as a whole,
then another prize to each of the
persons guessing the nearest for
both Waynesville and Hazelwood.
Any person can win all three
There is nothing to buy, or sell.
Just three blanks to fill ouh to
gether with your name and the
time the entry is made. Special
blanks have been prepared for the
contest, and these are available at
either of the two banks.
Officials of the banks said:
"This is Just a civic proposition,
and we are anxious to see how the
guesses compare with the actitil
The first person making the
correct guess will be declared the
winner In each of the three divi
Chas. O. Turbyf ill
Pays Visit Hero
Charles O. Turbyf ill observed
his 35th anniversary with the
Museum of American Indians by
spending it with "home folks" here
Mr. Turbyf ill. a Waynesville
man, joined the Museum 35 years
ago, and is now returning to his
office in New 'York after spending
three months touring Florida. He
and Mrs. Turbyfill were the guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Tate over the
Mr. Turbyfill was here on his
last visit five years ago, and on
Friday visited Cherokee and the
He said he felt the establishment
of the ; Museum i n Cherokee ,
would in years to come prove to be
one of the best things ever devel
oped In the area.
Mr. Turbyfill, as head archaeolo
gist of the lleye Foundation, in
(See Turbyflll Page 5)
(Thla information com "
piled from Records of
k State Highway Patrol).