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Published Twice-A-Week In Tl.e County Seat of Haywood County At The Eastern Entrance Of The Great Smoky Mountains National Park
65th YEAR NO. 74 16 PAGES Associated Press
WAYNESVILLE, N. C, THURSDAY AFTERNOON, SEPT. 14, 1950
$3.00 In Advance In Haywood and Jackson Countiel
Ready For Season's Opener Tonight
ibout two years ago that J.
ad tlie nusioriune u "
avement near his dahlia
i alio Junaluska. A friend
Mr. Ivey to a physician,
a preliminary examina
the successful merchant
Elr. Ivey was working In
frs, he had on worn uumw,
nnnsirierable soil sticking
The blood from the wound
lad only added to the sltu-
Irrfon in charge of rceeiv-
nts at the time was new
id also new at the job, so
he course of the routine
asked: "Do you think
fpay the charges?"
ley turned to his friend,
led for the latter to answer.
Sfldential tone, but with as-
the friend said: "I'm sure
ween Us, we can manage
to meet the bill."
I urZ.- a' i vN-
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Are Being Circulated Here
This photo is to herald the opening of the 1950 football season m Waynesville. These boys are sche
med to see action with the Waynesville Hljh Scho ol Mountaineers In their opener against Sylya to
night at the local stadium. Left to right: Guard Joe Hipps, Center Jerry Evans, Center Tommy Boyd,
and Fullback J, C. Dcweese.
aters of Lake Junaluska
its biggest bass of the sea-
ugh Rogers the other day.
welched six Dounds, three
and measured 22V& inches
of nnso tn tall. Rocers
ft with a three-ounce South-
rod. - ' , r.
Three Convicts Escape From
Road Grew; AIL Three Caught
70 Draftees To Leave On
Monday For Physical Exam
Materials arc heiiu! put on the
site for the expansion ol Klivstone
Homo and Auto Supply Store, A-
bout 1,000 Kptiare feet of floor
space will he added, it was an
nounced by W. M. "Bill" Cobb.
The store will be extended back
24 feet occupying what is now the
paved driveway of the store.
Mr, Cobb sntd work is scheduled
to tx'Kln within a week or ten days,
and the contract calls for comple
tion by October lMh.
The additional space will he
utilized for a larger stock, and in
creased office space, Mr. Cobb
The store was doubled in size
several years ago.
Dr. Schaub Accepts Honors
(Scratch) Inman. Waynes
SKh School lineman, went
Tuesday nighfl scrimmage
Ihortly after he got home
to leave again.
fc hospital, a physician took
the grldders appendix,
; suddenly became trouble-
is To Meet
y; To See
members nf the Wavnesville
t'lub will hold their weekly
fc half an hour earlier than
tonieht' so thpv ran ariiourn
I to ee the opening klckoff
p Waynesville Hlgh-Sylva
football game here.
President Lawrence Leath
will rail thp riinnnr session
pick's Cafeteria to order at
The first men drafted in Hay
wood county in nearly two years
will leave here, iu Strong, ai p.m.
Mdndajf by bu for Charlotte
Mrs. Roy Campbell, local aran
board clerk, said the draftees, in
cluding four Negroes, would re
port at 6:30 a, m. at the Court
At Charlottethey will be given
AH will return home, probably
the next day, and those who passed
these examinations win ne caueu
for induction 21 days later.
All 70 men, ranging between 22
and 24 years of age, are unmarried,
she said, and none arc World War
The draftees who wear giassi.,
customarily were urged to lake
them with them when they go to
J L Weaver, of Weaver Gar
dens, Clyde Road, has returned
from a joint meeting of the Vir
ginia and North Carolina Nursery
men's Association In Norfolk, Va.
f ,..,io hp visited outstanding
nurseries at Greensboro, Charlotte,
Richmond, and Danville and also
visited historical Williamsburg,
Jamestown, and York, Va.
To Open Here
A two-week civil term of Hay
wood Kunerior Court will open
here Monday morning with Judge
.1. W. I'less of Marion on the bench.
Court officials Indioated, how
ever, that the Septcmoer ousiness
may be disposed of during thi
Shcllon vs. llnlloway; Foster vs.
Power Co.: Nelson vs. Power Co.;
Smith vs. Power Co.; . Eledgc vs.
(The four last named above cases
were plated on this calender over
the protest of the defendants),
Mitchell vs. Burgin,
Swain vs Motor Lines; McCrack
(Sce Court Page 8)
Thn-e convicts were recaptured
shortly alter they fled from a Hay
wood County Prison l ump road
eanu working on Howell Mill
Road between 8 A. M. and 8:30 A.
The Prison Camp said the men
were Kdward hodds, anout to
serviha 25 to 30 years for second
degree murder in Pender County;
Arthur Nicholson, about 23, Kent
mnnr from KOrsvth tO 12 10 ill
years for second degree burglary;
aim Liewilt l,arperm:r.
An official said Ilobbs had aboul
i(flit vi'nrti left to serve on his
Carpenter was recaptured a few
minutes later, within about 400
yards of the point where the pris
oners made their break.
The two others were recaptured
in the Rateliffe Cove section short
ly before noon by officers who
tracked them down with bloodhounds.
Dayton Rubber Company of
Hazclwood will soonsor this
month's visit of the Bloodmobile.
The technicians and physicians
from the Asheville Regional Blood
Center will set up the blood donor
room September 27 at Ihe Dayton
plant. ' if
Thi- was announced .today ' by
Rudolph Carswell of Hazclwood,
recruitment chairman for the blood
donor program In the Waynesville
He said he had been informed
that it would be a Dayton event
exclusively only Dayton employ
ees would participate on that day,
The Bloodmobile visit Is being
sponsored jointly by the Dayton
(See Bloodmobile Page 8)
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DR. I. O, SCIIAtB is shown here as he acknowl((H:d tht tributes
and naming of the modern 4-H Club Camp here in bis honor last
Saturday. Directly behind Dr. Schaub hangs a colored photograph
of him. which is part of the furnishings of the camp. Another
picture on Page 8. i Staff Photo),
OSa Gels $100,009 Loan
By Federal Power Agency
rm And Home Field
y To Be Held Saturday
Third annual Haywood
Farm and Home Field Day
flPcn at 9 a.m. Saturday at the
of Frank M. Davis in Iron
weather would bring out a
of several thousand men.
fri. and children from throueh-
' count v ' '
fimitteemen and Extension
fis were winding up the final
for the nroeram late this
icialists will show how meth-
ods are done, but the audience will
learn them by taking part m uu.
work itself, they said.
Mr Corpening toaay annuuou
the membership of special com
mittees which will be in charge of
the various phases of the field day
Thn ovpni will uutii ni " -
and lunch will be available on the
grounds. r ;,v in(,.11(,P;
The special coinmim- -
Itome planning-Mrs. D. Reeves
Nolan chairman; Mark Galloway,
-. t. Mr, Henrv riai"'",
Mrs. W. D. Kctner, arm
Wiring and fitting demonstration
(See Farm & Field-Page 8)
New Fines Creek
Thomas S. Hood. 44-year-old
llunterxv ill. nativ'e. started work
yesterday as the new principal of
Fines Creek School.
County School Superintendent
Jack Messer said Mr. Hood, veteran
of 18 vears of teaching and school
administration, filled the vacancy
created by the resignation of Wil
liam Bird, 26-ycar-old schoolmaster
who became principal at nnu
Creek a year ago.
Mr. Bird yesterday became sup
erintendent of the city schools of
Morven, near Wadesboro. He leu
Mr Hood, a graduate of Gas
Ionia High School and Erskine Col
lege of Due West, S. C holds a
mafcr at arts degree' from Co
lumbia University of New York
City. . . ..
nnrino his career in education,
(See Thomas Pace 8)
Picnic To Be
Members of the Waynesville
American Legion Post and its
Auxiliary will hold their annual
picnic tororrow night.
But. paying respects to the vagar
ies of the weather, it will be held
indoors as a covered dish supper.
The event will be staged in Un
American Legion headquarters on
the second floor of the old Citizen's
One Case Of Polio
Reported In The
Dr. Orvin Weir. Haywood County
health officer, today declared in ef
fect there was nothing to current
rumors regarding polio or diptherla
in the county.
One reported rase of polin--hat
of a hioh school-ace vounaster in
the Canton area--was received by
the Health Department this morn
ing. The officer reported the patient
is under treatment at the Ashe
ville Orthopedic Hospital.
Earlier in ihe summer, a girl
I (See Polio Pais e H)
Civic Groups Asking
Town Board To Call
Bond Election On
Members of the Waynesville
Lions Club and Junior Chambfr
of Commerce were still at work
this week, seeking more names on
a petition for a special $80,000 town
bond election to finance the con
struction of a recreation center
with a swimming pool.
Chairman Francis Massie of the
Lions special recreation committee,
said today that when the desired
number of names have been ob
tained, Ihe petition would be sub
mitted to Ihe town hoard of alder
men for consideration.
It. would then he up to the board
to decide whether to call such an
He said the workers of the two
civic organizations are seeking a
number of names, roughly equal
to 50 per rent of the total number
of iualllied voters in the town.
In the last municipal election,
held in May 1947. approximately
800 ballots were cast.
Mr. Massie advised persons in
terested in seeking a recreation
center established to contact mem
bers of the Lions Club or the
He also explained that a raise
In the tax rate would be necessary,
in the event the bond issue were
approved, to finance the mainten
ance of the center and the retire
ment of the bonds.
The amount of the boost which
would be necessary, he said, has
not vet been determined.
This proposed boost also would
be subject to the approval of the
town s citizens III the special election.
Red Cross Seeking
The Waynesville American Rod
Cross chapter today appealed to
local citizens for contributions of
clothing for needy children from
six months to 14 years of age.
Mrs. Charles McDarris, secre
tary of the local Red Cross chap
ter, said today three women, each
a mother of fivo children, asked
her for clothing.
"One mother," she said, "had a
baby only six months old who need
ed clothing very badly.''
i She aid any kind of clothing at
all would he a great help.
Mrs. McDarris said donors may
leave the articles at the office of
the Haywood county clerk of court,
or at the Hod Cross office, which is
on the third floor of the Haywood
! County Court House.
Dr. Frank S. Love Resigns As
Superintendent Lake Junaluska
Officials of the Haywood Elec
tric Membership Corporation have
been notified by Senator Frank
Graham that .an additional $100,-
000 has been appropriated for re
lending customers for the purchase
The telegram from Senator
Graham's office pointed out that
the REA administration had ap
proved the loan to the Haywood
cooperative, effective immediately.1
R. C, Sheffield, general manager,
said that this is the third loan of
this nature, ami brings the total to
$275,000 that the cooperative will
have loaned customers for the pur
chase of appliances and installa
tion of elect i leal equipment.
Loans of the money are made
to customers for four per cent in
terest, Mr. Sheffield said.
The loans are available to custo
mers on the lines of the Haywood
Cooperative which operates in six
counties in this stale, -and one in
Georgia Haywood, .Buncombe,
Jackson. Swain, Macon. Transyl
vania and Raburn, down in Geor
thundershowers in the
JJ'fsday, September 14 Part-
r'"uy and continued
Ifficial Wavnesville temDera-
a recorded by the staff of the
1 est Farm):
Max. Min. Rainfall
Two Historical Highway
Markers Erected Were
Two new historical Hikhway
Jrrse been erected in Hay
wood county -one near Bethel,
and the other on Jonathan CrecK.
The Jonathan Creek marker is
at the Dave Plott farm, designat
ing the homesite of Felix Walker.
The other is near the James Plott
farm between Bethel and Canton,
designating the site of the Cathey
H. C. Wilburn, member of the
district committee on highway
markers for the Stale Historical
When the executive committee
of the board of .trustees of Lake
Junaluska Assembly meet in Char
lotte Friday, they will have before
them the resignation of Dr. Frank
S. Love, who Has served as super
intendent of the Assembly for the
past six years. . .. .
Dr. Love is resigning to re-enter
Ihe North Carolina Conference, at
I ha reouest of Bishop W. W. Peele.
The resignation. Is effective Octo
ber first, and Dr. Love is expected
to be appointed to a place when
the Conference meets in Kinston
on November second.
The Committee, headed by Ed
win Jones, of Charlotte, is expected
to name a successor to Dr. Love in
i Commission, saiu mtu hi, ic - in ncuiit.- a rucn:??,iii im "i
possibility that a third marker win time for formal approval by the
be erected soon near Pigeon Gap
at the McCrarken Apple Orcnara.
This would mark the spot of the
tree marked in 1706, and only re
Asheville Conference the latter
part of this month,
Dr. Love came to Lake Junaluska
six years ago from Durham, where
ccntly cut down. The tree was ne sorve(j as district superintendent
ih Mrt Indian trail, which play
ed an important part when Gener
al Rutherfordton's exposition mov
ed in against the Cherokees In
1776 Mr.' Wilburn has acquired
much historical data concerning
the old tree, and believes he has
located the stump of the tree.
for two years. Prior to that time
he was Dastor of the Front Street
Methodist Church in Burlington
four years. He succeeded Dr. W.
A. Lambeth as superintendent of
During the past six years a
$600,000 expansion program has!
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Demos To Attend
Many members of the Haywood
County Young Democratic Club
are scheduled to attend this week
end's three-day annual convention
of the State YDC at Asheville.
Registration opened at conven
tion headquarters- in the George
Vandcrhilt Hotel at 1 p.m. today.
Among those planning to attend
were Haywood YDC President
Wingate Hannah and other officers
and committeemen of the local
On the agenda with other impor
tant business Is the election to
name a successor to retiring State
president Terry Sanford of Fay
etteville. Other officers also will
The North Carolina Democratic
Senator-nominate, Willis Smith,
is scheduled to be featured speaker.
(ages have been built on the Lake
grounds; a $12,000 Street paving
program completed, about $15,000
spent on a new bridge across the
dam, a new sewer line installed
the West Kale constructed, a $100,-
1 000 Motel completed, numerous
additions to the auditorium, a new
hath house, and considerable Im
provements to the Terrace Hotel.
Dr. Love has been active in civic
affairs of the community, serving
as a director nf the Chamber of
Commence, and for several years
a program chairman of Rotary
during the summer months.
Mrs Love has served as secre
tary and bookkeeper at the Assem
bly dining the time they have been
at the Lake,
Dr. and Mrs. Love plan to re-
KATIIKVN HYATT IN
Miss Kalbryn llyall. who is a
patient, at the A.hevillc Orthope
dic Hospital, was reported to be in
good condition this morning.
Miss Hyatt, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Dewey Hyatt, was taken ill
last week end just before she
planned to leave for college.
U. Crabtree To
P,y BARBARA BEST
The I'pper Crabtree Community
Development Program's next iegu
l;ir meeting will be held at 8 p.m.
Saturday at the Mount Zion Meth
C'haiiman Charles Ross urges
everyone to attend.
DR. FRANK S. LOVE
been launched at the Lake, and
several records broken for attend
ance at summer sessions.
A check-up shows that during
the six-year period some 40 cot-
A special fall fashion supplement'
will be part of The Mountaineer
on Monday. i
A large number of photographs ;
of the latest tall iashions will lie
used in the eddion, toyelher with
articles by fashion experts ot New
The pictures ol the latest m mil
fashions will be of things which
Wr!i! mfirfhnnK w ill luo'p on fits.
main at thf Lake until after their , play as of Monday. Large numbers
conference appointment on Novem-inf shipments ot new fall merchan
ber second. i dise have been arriving daily, and
the local stores will have complete
I stocks to display in connection
MRS. GWYN AT HOME j with the big opening.
i The supplement will contain
James A. Gwyn, who has many interesting and authentic
been a patient at the Haywood
County Hospital, is now at her
home on-the Country Club Drive.
articles and 'photographs: It will
be part of the Monday issue of The
In -Hay wood
Injured . . .. 26
(This Information com
plied from Records of
State Highway Patrol)