. ' ' ' l - - S :-irst M
He: "Have your fiancee's
folks accepted 70a u Me of
Roommate: "Yep. the?
bawled me ont yesterday be-
cans I used the (vest toweL"
Published Twice-A-Wcck In The County Seat of Haywood County At The Eastern Entrance Of The Great Smoky Mountains National Park
65th YEAR v NO. 64 20 PAGES Associated Press and United Press News WAYNESVILLE, N. C, THURSDAY AFTERNOON, AUGUST 10, 1930 $3.00 In Advance In Haywood and Jackson Countiei
afternoon when the 4-H
lip I rum -
them stood on the court
tie ior r
lis- who had greeted the
t jested inai u 01 mem
t in order 10 s a oi.
aces. As he was demon
ne photographer turned
from the group on me
Mr. Woody's face, just as
ttlng on a special smii-
stration. An appropriate
Id be, me nappwsi
The Soutn. ana no
. hp was. Because lew
taken more interest
ub boys and girts than
hut Mr. Woody does not
1 hat the picture was not
lie only a gesture on the
the community's better
h.isewlves dressed for a
nt in four minutes flat.
lild use her name ana
dure for having attained
Lord, except for the after-
teturnlng from the party,
confronted by a serious-
!riend. who began express.
fcathv for her embarrass-
ich she must have, encount
Idy was unaware 01 any
haven't you heard about
iss being unxipped?"
ens no you men that hap.
me?" she blushingly
py. Many of your friends
to tell you. but it was
khe was told.
Jw it, I Just knew it. Every
tress in a big hurry some-
ke that happens never
yy just be late first. From
11 take all the time I need
won't be the laughing
the town," she firmly vow.
hink nothing of it the
lory IS made up we had to
order to keep you from
about dressing in four
flat," her friend told her.
of all things; I'm Ulad
t happen but it could
lore fast dressing for me.
husband gave a dejected
id mumbling walked away
It's All Smiles When West Meets Mountaineers
r At ;
I 1 i u 1 i
v i ft - r
if ntjv. "'i
"i 11.11 --
Judge J. Will Pless Signs Restraining Order
Everyone was happy Haj-wod representatives had Just met the lowans as they arrived here Mon
day when this picture was made on the steps of the court house. From left to right is Wayne Corp
ening, Haywood "county. "agent; Gus Alslp, Washington county (Iowa), county agent; Miss Ruth Foster,
home demonstration agent of Washington county; Miss Jean Chtlders. assistant home demonstration
agent of Haywood;' Virginia Griggs, of Iowa, and her Haywood host, Jeanctte Loepard; kneeling, riar
ry Duensing and his Haywood' host, David Noland. Harry was all set to turn the odds on The Mountain
eer photographer and. swap pictures, but was in too big a hurry to get to the Noland farm In Rat-
cliffe Cove: (Staff Photo).- s ,
180 Leaving Monday For
0ul-0f-Slale Farm Tour
fig out of the Strand The-
other night, a small girl
does Red Ryder miss?
along never does. '
n confided to a friend that
f'n able to save about 30
r week on his grocery bills.
do you do it?" asked his
' he replied, "Coffee only
r 40 cents a pound. Used to
pound a week. But Ive
inking only half as much.
eggs went up. So I just
ing them. My wife and kid
t any anyway, so that saves
I a dollar a week more.
he named a few other Items
id gone up in price, explain-
he cut the cost simply by
ot buying them at all any
using a lot less.
the recital ended, his
was silent and thoughtful
he beamed and stuck out
tV nothing," he said, "I
1,700 last week."
'?" asked his startled neigh-
not buying a new car."
Iron Diilf To Hold
August 20 will be Homecoming
1 Dav for current and past residents
of Iron Duff. '
The day-long program will start
with the Sunday morning service
at 11 o'clock at the Antioch Bap
The Rev. J. E. Samplcy of Lake
Junaluska, a retired minister, will
preach the sermon.
A picnic lunch will be held fol
lowing the services.
During the afternoon, there will
be a Memorial Service for Iron
Duff residents who died during the
Other features of the program
will be brief talks and singing by
Charles Isley will be in charge
of the music for the Memorial
All present and former residents
of the community are invited to
come with picnic baskets.
Labor Day Plans
Down At Canton
n To Advertise
ierty For Taxes
town of Waynesville will
se property on Monday for
flinquent 1949 taxes. The
ibeing prepared and will be
pea in . this . newspaper on
General Chairman C. C. Poindex.
ter announces that plans are mov
ing forward for staging Cantons
44th Annual Labor Day and Fall
Festival Celebration. Committees
are busy working on the various
phases of the program and mvne
suggestions from anyone.
Activities will get under way
(See Labor Day Page 61
trsdaV. Amulet in Ttmrcriav
t cioudy and warm with oc
fl showers. Friday partly
r and continued warm
ficiai Waynesville Tempera.
recorded by the staff of th
est Farm): v
Max, Min. Precp,
1 7 79 43
8 ., 81 46
f 9 79 30
Approximately 180 Haywood
County farmers, farm wives, and
farm boys and girls will leave,
here at 6:30 a.m. Monday on their
Eighth annual Out-Of-State Farm!
Their first stop will be the Burk
County Farmers Dairy Cooperative
for a tour of these facilities at
After that, however, their
stops en route will be only brief
until after they reach Washington,
D. C, to end their first day's travel.
The 1950 tour will take the Hay
wood' farmers, farm wives, and
children through Virginia, Wash
ington, Delaware, Maryland, Penn
sylvania, New Jersey, and New
York City, then wilt swing back
Last year, travelling by family
auto and charted bus, the Haywood
farm families toured Kentucky,
Illinois, Ohio, and Indiana.
This year they will Visit some of
America's createst livestock and
crop farms and processing plants..
And for entertainment, theyn
-, , irw
see rne common uiuij, u-
ginia's colorful historical pageant
at Williamsburg, Va.; the New York
Yankees play the Washington Sen
ators at Washington; and will take
part in a radio program at New
York's Radio City.
They'll have dinner, banquet
style at the first-class hotels where
they will spend each night, and
they'll travel exclusively on air-
And the whole trip meals, lodg
ing, entertainment, transportation,
and sight-seeing will cost each
of them only $65.
The exclusive use -of buses this
year, Mr. Corpening explained, was
necessitated by the fact that the
(See Farm Tour Page 6)
Haywood County's young guests
from Iowa left this morning on a
tour of the county's rich beef cat
tie farms...:;. .:,.L:;'t,.
This was the latest highlight In
a week of highlights that started
for the 4-H Clubbers from Wash
Ington County, Iowa, when they
first arrived here shortly after
p.m. Monday for a week's visit.
In spite of their long trip from
home, most of the boys and girls
apparently blessed with an inex
haustible supply of enthusiasm,
were ready for more action Mon
Some spent a quiet evening get
ting acquainted at the homes of
their hosts In the different sections
of the county.
Others spent a quiet evening
getting acquainted with their hosts
at Informal picnics at scenic spots.
Tuesday, they participated in
events in the communities in
which they are staying.
Yesterday, they were taken on a
tour of the Biltmore Estate and
farm as guests of the Waynesville
Then, after a picnic on Mount
Pisgah, they returned to Waynes
ville for a swimming party at the
4-H Club Camp.
For dinner, they were guests of
Jonathan Woody at a barbecue at
After the beef cattle tour today
they will be luncheon guests of Mr
and Mrs. M. O. Galloway at their
This afternoon, they will tour
The Champion Paper and Fibre
Companys plant at Canton as
guests of the company.
Following a swimming party at
the 4-H Camp, they'll be dinner
gtiests of the Waynesville Secre
(See Iowa Page 6)
E. L, Horton of Democrat Is the
new grand champion of the Catal
oochee Ranch's annual Hog Rifle
He topped a field of 85 sharp
shooters that included two former
grand champions during the day
long event at the ranch on 5,000-
foot Fie Top Mountain
The contestants camo from six
Golcr Green of Purchase Mount
aln, the 1949 grand champion, and
Frank Rich of Maggie, the 194B
tltllsts, couldn't guile place in the
close race for honors In the four
Mr. Horton at the same time up
held the "oldsters dominance of
the top prize. He was competing In
the group for marksmen 60 years
old and older when he won tin'
Approximately 400 people, mak
ing up the largest crowd of spec
tators to sec a match since the 1948
event, watched the marksmen take
their three shots with their muzzle
loaders at the diamond-shaped
bull's eyes on the charred-wood
The shooting began at approxl
matcly 9:30 A. M, and continued
through the afternoon.
Judging the event were R. L
Prevost, Sr., of Hazelwood, chair
man of the tribunal; Carl Ray of
Silver Springs, Fla. and Horace
W. Woody of Covington, Wy.
W. A. Bradley and Jonatha
Woodv served as master of cere
The Calaloochee Siring Band
provided the musical background.
At noon, the contestants and
spectators retired to the ranch
house for a light lunch and refresh
Represenlcd in the competing
field, besides North Carolina,
were South Carolina, Tennessee,
(See Ho Rifle-Page 6)
ADMIRAL W. N. THOMAS will
be the featured speaker at the
201 h Cataloochee Reunion to be
held Sunday at Palmers Chapel,
on Cataloochee. The address will
be at the eleven o'clock service,
followed by the usual picnic din
ner at noon. Mack Caldwell Is
president, and an attendance of
about 1,000 people arc expected
W I K -V. - t
MISS FRANCES HARRIET
COBB, 21-year-old daughter' of
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Cobb of
Largo, Florida, was elected 1950
Queen of Lake Junaluskji, Tues
Miss Frances Harriett Cobb,
rising senior and sociology major
at Wesleyan College in Macon,
Ga.. defeated three other candi
dates to win the election for 1950
Queen of Lake Junaluska. Tues
At Wesleyan College she Is
member of the YWCA Cabinet
and President of the Sociology
Club for the coming year.
She is also a member of the
Tennis Club at the college and is
Supervisor of the Ivey Playground
at the Lake.
Miss Barbara Caruthers, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Caruthers
of Tallahassee, Fla.. was runner
up and will be maid of honor.
The other candidates were: Miss
Betty Anne Robinson, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Robinson, of
Hickory; and Miss Claudia Vincent,
daughter of Mr, and Mrs. C.
Vincent of Dillon. S. C.
Miss Cobb was sponsored by the
Lake Junaluska Soda Shop, and
will be crowned August 19.
Wingntc Hannah of Waynesville
was elected president of the Hay
wood Young Democrat Club last
night at the group's annual elec
tion meeting In the Haywood Coun
ty Court House.
He succeeds Vanar Haynes, Clyde
mayor viho resigned last winter to
run for the Democratic nomination
for county tax collector.
The county Young Democrats
also elected Mrs. Raymond Cald
well of Iron Duff, vice-president
Mrs. D. D. Alley, Waynesville, sec.
ond vice-president; Bill Plott of
Jonathan Creek, secretary; and re
elected Jerry Rogers of Hazelwood,
The 1950-51 officers were Install
ed immediately after the election.
Indian Land Bill Okayed
By Interior Dept. Group
The Cherokee Indians this week
advanced another step in their ef
forts to bring more business to
The Associated Press reported a
U. S. Interior Department sub
committee okay'd a Housc-aproved
bill which would authorize the leas
ing of part of the Reservation for
40 years for business purposes.
The lease on a small tract of
Indian land would be granted to
the Farmers Federation Cooperat
ive of North Carolina.
Federal law restricts the maxi
mum lease on Indian lands to ten
years This has been the major ob
stacle in efforts to establish new
business on the Reservation
Senators McFarland' of Arizona
and Lehman of New York, who at
tended the sub-committee session
couldn't get together on the exact
form of the bill and said they
would submit it to the full com
James McClure, president of the
North Carolina Farmers Federa
lion Cooperative, said his organiza
Hon. planned to install refrigera
tion facilities, dairy machinery,
and other equipment to make
farming more profitable for the
The Swain County Merchants
Association expressed opposition
to a section of the measure re
stricting to the cooperative the
right to lease the Indian land
(See Cherokees Page 6)
New Set Ol
Judge J. Will Pless, of Marion, I
signed a restraining order Wednes
day afternoon, halting the wine and
beer election scheduled for Sep
tember 2nd here in Haywood.
Judge Pless held that the former
board of elections did not conform
with the technical points of the
law and advertise within 30 days
after calling the election last Feb
ruary. The board originally set
August 12th as the date for the
Judge Pless, in direct answer to
a question by Rev. D. D. Gross, of
Clyde, said that in his opinion, new
petitions would have to be signed
in order to legally call the election.
By this action, Judge Pless ruled
that the second set of petitions,
upon which the board called the
election, were now null and void.
Rev. Mr. Gross answerd, by ex
plaining, "wo have secured two
petitions previously to this ask
Ing for an election on the question
of abolishing the legal sale of wine
and beer in Haywood, so I presume
we can get a third set, if neces
Judge Pless held the hearing In
his chambers in Murphy where he
Is holding court. .
J, R. Morgan and Glenn Brown
were attorneys appearing for the
pctltloneers, while W. Roy Francis
presented the case asking that a
restraining order be Issued. M. G.
Stamey, county attorney, repre
sented the present board of elec
tions. Judge Pless held that the pres
ent board had carried out all the
requirements of the law In detail,
and that the error took place at
the lime of filing the petition, in
that the election was not adver
tised within 30 days when called.
The present board took office in
April, and are C. E. Cole, Frank
D. Ferguson, Jr., and Charles
Registration for the election be
gan last Saturday, and according
to Chairman Cole, the order com
ing at this time will save the coun
ty $144 per Saturday, since that
is the cost of registration.
The previous petitions were
sponsored by the Haywood Minis
terial Association, and approxi
mately 1,500 names of qualified
voters are required on the peti
tion in order for the board to call
Since the law provides that no
such election can be held within
sixty days of another election, Mr.
Cole said the earliest possible date
would be January 7th, since the
general election comes on Novem
The Ministerial group will in all
probability take formal action at
an earlv date. .- ,
The restraining order as signed
bv Judge Pless, reads as fololws-
This cause coming on to be heard
before the Hon. J. Will Pless, Jr.,
hold the Courts of the Twentieth
Judicial District, upon the order
and notice signed by Judge Dan K.
Moore; directed to the above named
defendants to be and appear before
the undersigned Judge Presiding
(See Beer Petition Page 6)
I l . r .. -
JUDGE J. WILL PLESS of
Marlon, signed a restraining or
der Wednesday against the Hay
wood Board of Elections which
automatically abolished the wloe
and beer election on Septem
ber second. (Cut courtesy Mc
Kenneth Perry, Fines Creek
High- Sohooi atudent from Cove
Creek, Is the new state president
of the Future Farmers of America.
He was elected to the organiza
tion's highest state office yester
day during the organization's 22nd
annual convention at Raleigh.
Kenneth was the only Western
North Carolina boy named to any
of the top state offices.
The elections were held during
the closing session of the state con
46 Young People From Iowa Met By Haywood 4-H Club Members
" u - 'M W iXl III .. . II
Annual Duke Day
Program To Be
Arrangements are being com
pleted for the annual Duke Day
observance at Lake Junaluska Sat
Dr. A. Hollis Edens, president
of Duke University, will make the
featured address at the annual din
ner. ' "'.
The evening program will open
with the prayer offered by the Rev,
George B. Ehlhardt, president of
Special music will be played by
the Junaluska Quartet, then
Charles A. Dukes, director of alum
ni affairs for the University, will
report word from. the. 'teld grads".
Don S. Elias, president of the
Ashevillp Citizen-Times Company
and graduate of the Duke class of
1908, will introduce Dr. Edens.
A complete recreation program
has been lined up for the alumni
fand their guests.
At noon, Dr. and Mrs. Edens,
with other University officials will
be guests at a luncheon at the
Waynesville Country Club.
Among those attending will be
Edwin Jones, executive of the J.
A. Jones Construction Company oi
Charlotte and a member of the
University's Board of Governors;
Mr. Dukes, and Heber Smith, Mr.
Dukes' assistant, and their wives.
The day's program also culls for
(See Duke Day Page to
In this picture on the court house steps are the 46 members of the Washington county, Iowa 4-H Club, and their hosts, members of
Haywood 4-H Clubs as they met Monday afternoon. Soon after this picture was made the groups went to homes throughout the coun
ty for a week's stay 'here. They have had a busy schedule, which will end with a party-dance Saturday nigfit. The Iowans will begin
their trip home on Sunday. (Staff Photo). . .
Injured ... 21
(This Information com
piled from Records of
State CUhwai ratio!)