Canton Herald (ells this
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h, oicr-arations in ad-
hhoned his favorite res
Lme raw oysters. They
L too large, they must
just not be too salty, and
ut be cold, and I'm In
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lay si the omer ena 01
ill you have mem wun
keasons oacK, a iooioau
f taking a lerrinc ocauug.
fre was 33-0 at nan lime,
mid-way in the third.
iat point, the losers took
first play from scrim
iarterbark turned to one
mmates, a halfback .and
idn't you get the ball?
time to recover. '
jUbatk just shrugged and
Published Tvice-A-Vcck In The County Seat of Haywood County At The Eastern Entrance Of The Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Diner: oa adrertned that
this restaurant was under
new manaf ement, but I sec
the same manager still here
Walter: Yes, sir. bat h
cot married yesterday.
65th YEAR NO., 77 SPACES Associated Press
WAYNESVILLE, N. C., MONDAY AFTERNOON, SEPT. ?3, 1930 $3.00 In Advance In Haywood and Jackson Countie
Returned By Conference
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You're the one
REV. J. E. YOVNTZ has been
returned as pastor of the First
KEV. W. T. MEDL1N, JR., has
been returned s pastor of the
Clyde Methodist Church.
Rev. Huneycull Is Named
To The Rev.
B. E. Wall
The congregation of the First
Baptist church extended a uuani
mous call on Sunday to Kev,
Rroadus E. Wall to become pastor
of the church.
Rev, and Mrs. Wall are due here
tonight for a conference with the
Rev. Mr. Wall was here two
weeks ago and preached for both
services. He is now pastor of the
First Baptist church of Chester,
and prior to enlisting in the Navy
as a Chaplain in 1942 was pastor of
the First Baptist church in Hcnder-
Rev. L. G. Elliott resigned as
pastor here as of August 13th to go
fr of scenery extolling the
of New Hampshire de-
fumewhat blithely that
fashingtun is the "highest
of the Rockies." The fold-
inted by th" Bisbee I'ress
ler, N, H.
where Mount Mitchell is
Sides out in the cold, is
show Mt. Mitchell
6,770 feet above sea
general belief has
1 1 ft the Tar Heel hill is the
! ioak in eastern America.
fcr. the claim has always
a r: destly expressed: to the ef
i t!. Mt. Mitchell is the high
r I oast of the Mississippi,
jleavcs out a considerable
Jnf territory which lies be-
tuic Mississippi ana me
: haps slid
, Is way 6,7
!. 4d Hie g(
laiin for Mt. Mitchell never
? perhaps the people who
e file New Hampshire folder
pat Mount Washington is
i Jest snow-covered-even-in-
imertimc peak east of the
,c nignest peak east oi me
having a small boy waving
idkerchief from the top of
Id. Or something.
pie of years ago, some peo-
Tennessec were interested
ing a hat on Clingman's
all enough to be able to
he claim that Clingman's
as the highest peak east of
the Tennessee people were
led in was making Cling
ihnut, a hundred feet high
i Mount Mitchell,
fr was no mention of Mount
leads one to the conclusion
e lennessee folks were UP
f with their geography and
aboring under the assump-
at Mount Mitchell was the
beat this season for high-
1 shrewd businessmen would
( so foolish as to try merely
I themselves the second high-
Is east of the Mississippi.
Li Ci on
Haywood County Democrat-
feutive Committee will meet
a. m. Saturdav at the HaV-
fCounty Court House.
announcement came this
F? from Charles B. McCrary
The Western North Carolina!
Methodist Conference ' made only
two vital changes in the Waynes-1
ville district positions, and only one
change in the Haywood pastorates
for the new year.
The Rev. W. ,1. Huneycutt, pastor
of the West Ashcville Methodist
rhureh, was named Waynesville
Announced earlier was the ;'p
pointinent of Hev. II. G, Allen,
Winston-Salem district supcriiVcn
dent, as superintendent of thi
Southeastern Jurisdiction Assem
bly at Lake Junaluska.
Mr. IPtineycutt will fill the va
cancy created by the retirement of
Dr. C. N. Clark of Waynesville.
Dr. Clark said today he wouldn't'
be moving very far: he'll live at
Mr. Allen was named by the As
sembly executive committee last
week to succeed Dr. Frank S. Love.
who will be reassigned to the North
Carolina Conference when It holds
its annual session November 2.
The Kev. J. K. Yotintz, who suc
ceeded the Kev. Russell Ymmg as
,.astor of the First Methodist
church of Waynesville, will remain
at his post here.
The pastorates of the Canton and
Clyde churches also were left un
changed by the Conference.
The ministerial appointments
were made public yesterday during
the closing session of the Conier
ence at Aslieville.
The Rev. O. E. Evans was named
pastor at Fines Creek, in the only
other new appointment made "
the Haywood county churches-.
The new appointments in the
Waynesville district, in addition to
those previously mentioned:
Andrews, J. A. Allen; Franklin
Circuit, C. L. Grant; Kobbinsville.
J T Frazier, Jr.; Shady Grove, .1.
w fVilMimn: Svlva. L. B. Hayes;
Webster. S. J. Lawrence; and Whit
tier, B. H. Zigler.
Draft Board To
The Haywood County Selective
Service Board will meet at the
Haywood County Court House to
morrow In reclassify men eligible
lor the draft.
Mrs. Hoy Campbell, the board
clerk, said today the members
would consider the business re
garding last Monday's first ship
ment of draftees from this county
since the Korean crisis arose.
Fifty-two men were sent to Char
lotte for pre-inductlon examinations.
The board also Is scheduled to
alert men classified as 1-A.
The local draft board was ex
pected to make public tomorrow
the number and names of the men
who passed their examinations.
The group making up the coun
ty's draft riuola comprised single
men ranging between 22 and 24
years of age with no previous rec
ord of military service.
Mrs. Campbell said that, so far,
the board has not received Hay
wood's draft quota for October.
Tourist Group Of
WNC To Meet Here
The directors of the Western
North Carolina Tourist Association
will hold their fust annual meeting
Mrs. F.dith Alley, secretary of the
Association which was created just
a year ago Inst June, said in her
announcement today that the ses
sion would get underway at 1(1 A.
M. at the office of the State Parks
She said the directors will re
view the work the Association did
during the previous year, draw up
plans for the new business year,
and elect officers and members of
the Association executive commit
tee. James P. Myers of Bryson City
is president of the Association,
and Paul Hyatt of Waynesville Is
The Haywood County Board of
Flections has -named officials for
the county's new precincts for the
November General Election.
Also named were replacements
for precinct officials who; have re
signed since the June -runoff Demo
The appointments were announc
ed this morning by Board Chair
man Cronv E. Cole,
West Waynesville Registrar.
Johnny J. Ferguson; Assistant.
Everett McElroy; Democrat Judge,
Clayton Walker; Republican Judge,
Center Waynesville Registrar.
Mrs. Paul Gough; Assistant, Dave
llvatt; Democrat Judge. Mrs. Boh
Coin: Republican Judge, Arthur
Fast Waynesville Registrar,
Hailcy Francis; Assistant, Fisher
Sprinkles; Democrat Judge, Jack I
Feline!; Republican Judge, Carter
Center Pigeon Registrar, Harley
Wells; Democrat .Indue, W. I.
Mease; Republican Judge, James
Beaverditm No (i Reuislrar.
Mrs. Arthur Scruggs i Bobbie Jo).
Ivy Hill Republican Judge.
Saunook Registrar, Mrs. Clifton
Shook; Assistant, Clark Hill; Demo
crat Judge, Roy Stevens, was assis
tant in Waynesville No 3; Republi
can Judge, John Itenrv Huff.
WaMiesville No. 2 (Soeth Waynesville)-
Republican J'li.ge, W. A.
Bradley lo replace W. L. Lampkln
who lives in ('enter Waynesville.
Waynesville No. 3 ( Aliens Creek)
Registrar, Elmer Ilendrix; Assis
tant. Mrs. Edna Heinbree; Demo
crat Judge, Bill Ferguson; Repub
lican Judge, Grady Farmer.
Livestock And Crop
Belhel PTl Will Spend
$500 On School Grounds
Large Crowds At
Opening Of New
Motor Firm Here
More than .1,000 people visited
the opening of Waynesville Motor
Sales here on Saturday. The new
firm is in a rc-mndclcd building
on Main Street, next to the Dun
The firm is sales agent for Mer
cury cars, and iwcivu were on ui,--play
for the opening. Much in
terest was shown, according to
Henry Davis, manager and owner.
Milas Ferguson won me
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prize at me opening
Moss. Jr., of Lake junanisnd. tu
ning the $")0 prize, and Sonny
Lcatherwood, of Waynesvuie, me
$25 prize. -
fit s Fie, who is stationed with
yTarines at Camp LeJcune,
the week-end at home.
nday. SeDternhpf 25 Fair and
nued cool todav . Tuesday
jTieial Waynesville' tempera
as recorded by the staff of the
21 .......... 77
The Session and Board of Dea
cons of the Waynesville Presbyteri
an Church will have a joint meet
ing at the Church on Wednesday
evening at 7:30 o'clock at which
time E. G. Roberts, prominent
layman of Ashcville and Chairman
of the Presbyterian Program of
Progress of Ashcville Presbytery,
will discuss the plans for the com
pletion of the program.
All Ruling Elders and Deacons
are urged to be present.
Mr, and Mrs. Robert Viearlnl, of
Baltimore. Md., are spending a two
weeks vacation with me tatters
parents, Mr. ahd Mrs. Larry Gunt
er, on the Aliens Creek Road.
By Mrs. Howard Smathers ,
The Bethel P.-T. A, met Thurs
day, Sept. 21 at 2;30 in Bethel High
School auditorium for the first
meeting of the school year.
More than one hundred parents
and teachers were present. Mrs.
James Reeves, chairman, was in
charge of the meeting.
The Rev. Paul Thrower, pastor
of Bethel and Hazel wood Presby
terian Church was guest speaker.
His topic was, "Spiritual and
The business session was taken
up with various committee reports.
The treasurer's report showed
over SISOO.OO in reserve to.be used
for the paving of outside play-i
ground areas. This work will jjet
underway as soon as the location
for the new building is selected.
Mrs. Jack McCracken, chairman
of Bethel Home Demonstration
Club, explained the making and
cost of the United Nations Flag
The group voted to get one for the
school and to have the school child
ren bring one penny each for the
overall cost. In this way each will
have a direct hand in securing the
flag. The Home D. Club will make
Mrs. Plcmmons and Mrs. Fnuts
second grades won the attendance
The following meetings will be at
2:30 P. M. on the third Thursday
of each month.
Dayton Workers Sponsor
Blood Bank Wednesday
The American Red Cross Blood
mobile will visit the Waynesville
Hazelwood area Wednesday,
This latest appearance is being
sponsored jointly by the manage
ment and local union of Dayton
Rubber Company for Dayton's em
ployees. The donor room will be set up
in the plant in Hazclwood, and only
Dayton employees will be accepted
Rudolph Carswell, chairman of
the Waynesville area blood donor
recruitment activities, said today
the final details were being work
ed out in connection with the pend
The Gray Ladies of the Waynes-
MRS. J. R. MeCHACKKN was
recently named chairman of the
Waynesville Tuberculosis Com
mittee, succeeding Lester Bur
gin, Jr. Other members or the
commit Ice include A. J. Fancher,
Mrs. C. F. Klikp.itriek, Mrs.
Raymond Lane, Mrs. Howard
Bryson, and Dr. I. M. Weir.
Festival Plans To Be
Drawn By Merchants
To Be Shown At
High School Wednesday-Thursday.
Final arrangements are being
polished for the annual Crop and
Livestock Exhibit of the Waynes
ville School district.
The two-day event will own
Wednesday at the Waynesville
j Township High School grounds.
I Sponsoring the show, which is
scheduled to attract nearly 3.000
entries, are the 4-H Club. Future
Farmers of America, the veterans'
farm training students, and the
Future Homemakers of America.
Entered in the show will be the
finest examples raised and bred
by the students In horticulture,
field crops, and livestock, along
with samples of the work done in
the school's shopwork cour.se.
Prizes of ribbons will he award
ed to those finishing first, second,
and third in each of the different
divisions of competition.
Heading the arrangements for
the show are the following Exhibit
officers and special committees:
James Richard Boone, president;
Henry Caldwell, vice-president;
Joseph L. Boone, secretary -treasurer;
and John II. Nesbltt. adviser;
Horticulture-Allen Boone, Ray.
mond Rathbone. Ray Kirkpatrlck.
Leland Garnette, and Roy Arrlng
toli; Field crops Willie Mehaffey.
Lowery Sutton, Jim Leatherwood.
Mark Palmer, and Linton Palmer;
PoultryFrancis Fie, Robert B.
Franklin, Brown Burgess, Charles
Haynes. and Brown Ross;
Livestock -Mark Russell. Walk
er G. Chambers, Henry Caldwell,
Guy Arlington, and Jerome Boyd;
Shopwork CUud TiauttuuB.
Bill Inman, Hayes' Singleton. Wil
bur D. Duncan, and Jimmy Farmer,
Set For Oct. 1
The inniial reunion of the R.
N. Rogers Family will be held at
the home of Mrs. R. L. Russell on
Fines Creek, on Sunday, October 1.
The occasion will mark the one
hunrlrndth birthday anniversary of
Mrs. R. N. Rogers.
Relatives and friends are invited
to attend and bring a picnic lunch
Beaverdam Wins Annual
County Field Day Honors
A community that only a year
ago was in sna.y u'S""""
condition has emergen as naywoou
County's new Community Develop-
ment Program Field Day cham
pion. , '
The people of Beaverdam, who
rallied and reorganized to get their
community organization rolling
last winter, defeated the , East
Pigeon community for the coun
ty's top honors in this department
last Saturday at Champion Park
The inter-community recreation
and field day event was held be
fore the finals of the first annual
Haywood County Community De
velopment Program Softball Tourn
ament at Champion Park.
Beaverdam and East Pigeon had
won the right to compete in o
Field Day finals on the basis of
their superior performances dur-
inc the .summer scries of inter
Reaverdam won the prize for
attendance, with 143 residents pres
ent to 108 for East Pigeon.
The new champions also won the
four horse-shoe pitching events
for women over 30, women under
30 men over 30. and men under
30: the egg throw, blindfold race,
East Pigeon's standard-bearers
came out on toP 'n lne a"nS con"
test and family relay.
In the group singing, a non
competitive' event, Beavcrdam's
chorus was led by Billy West, while
the East Pieeon singers were led
by Junior Sorrells.
The Mount Zion Quartet gave
special number as the East Pigeon
representatives, while the Surrett
Sisters represented the Beaverdam
ville American Red Cross chapk
again will handle (he administia
tive work and set up the canteen
for the donors.
The donor room will onen at 9
a.m. to receive (he first volunteers,
and will remain onen until about
Ned Tucker, Dayton personnel
manager, and Mr. Simpson, assist
ant manager, me directing the
handling of the arrangements for
the Bloodmobile visit.
Rudolph Carswell, Waynesville
area blood recruitment chairman,
indicated Ibis morning that the
need for blood donors was more
(See Blood Bank Pane R)
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Funeral Held For
W. A. Shoemaker
Funeral services were held Sat
urday afternoon in West Canton
Baptist Church for William A.
Shoemaker, 60, wdio died of a heart
attack Thursday morning while en
ionic to work In a Canton bus.
The Rev. Otto Parham and the
Rev. P, G. Hicks officiated and
burial was In Bon - A - Venture
Pallbearers were Carl Painter,
James Hyde, Fred Brown, Homer
Rogers, Steven Duckett and Gola
Shoemaker was a native of New
port. Tenn,, and has been residing
in Canton for 13 years. He was a
carpenter and at the lime of his
death was employed on the new
Central Methodist Church project
Surviving are the widow. Mrs.
Nola Parham Shoemaker; one son.
Calvin Shoemaker; seven brothers,
Lemuel. lien, Arthur, George. Mil
chell, Ed, and Forest Shoemaker,
all of Newport, Tenn., and two sin
ters, Mrs. Milton Brown and Mrs.
Judd McMahan of Newport.
Crawford Funeral Home was in
charge of arrangements.
ALLEN'S CREEK CUP MEETING
SET FOR THURSDAY
A meeting of the Aliens Creek
Community Development Program
will be held at 7:30 p.m. Thursday
at the Aliens Creek School.
The Rev. C. L, Allen, the com
munity chairman, will preside.
Members of the Merchants As
sociation wiil meet Tuesday night,
at Patrick's Cafeteria, lo formul
ate definite plans for the-annual
Tobacco Harvest Festival, and a
Christmas Trade Promotion.
C. .1. Recce, president, said that
this is an "all-business session" as
several committees now at work on
plans will make reports on the
pending events for later this fall.
Tickets for the dinner are on sale
;it (he Chamber of Commerce for
Mr Recce, and directors of the
organizalion, are urging mat a
large representation of every firm
in the area be present to partici
pate in the formulation of the fall
Drive To Help
Vork Is Planned
.Plans wore made at a meeting
la'j.1 Thursday for the local observ
ance of National Employ the Handi
cap Week October 1-7,
The national campaign to help
lind work for people who were
skilled but physically handicapped
was launched live years ago.
Representatives of the local of
fice of the N. C. Employment Serv
ice, industry, and business attend
ed the session and named special
committees In work on the arrange
ments for the week -long observ
ance. The meeting was conducted by
Arthur Victh, chairman of the
(Sec Handicapped Page 8
Are Held For
Funeral services for Mrs. Joanna
Hickman Crymes were held in the
home of a daughter, Mrs. Robert
Boone, on Route 1, Waynesville,
Sunday afternoon at four o'clock.
The Rev. Malcolm R. William
son, pastor of the First Presby
terian Church, officiated and inter
ment was in Green Hill Cemetery.
Pallbearers were J. B. Siler. Vin
son McElroy, Dowe West, W. .W.
Kelly. Robert McCracken, and Rob
Mrs. Crymes died Saturday
morning 'at the age 'of 03 -after a
long illness. She was the daughter
of the late Joseph R and Eltnlna
Aiken Hickman, a native of Tran
sylvania County, and was the
widow of Lycurgus Crymes. She
had resided in Haywood County
for 54 years and was a member ol
the First Baptist Church here.
Surviving in addition to Mrs.
Boone, are one son, Albert Crymes
of Waynesville, Route 1: 10 grand
children, and three great-grandchildren.
Garrett Funeral Home was
'""iUk'mmdf'r i n
The Rev. B. A. York (right), 92, is the oldest member attending
the annual Western North Carolina Methodist Conference in Ashe
yille, He is chatting with the Rev. Joe Lane Ervin, 21, the young
est member. The youthful minister has charge of a circuit in
Rockingham county. Mr. York is the son of Bradley York, first
teacher at Brown's School in Randolph county which later became
Trinity College and finally Duke University. iAP Photo).
Over 1,500 Exhibits Set
For Pigeon Valley Fair
The second annual Pigeon Valley
Fair will be held September 29
and 30 at Bethel School.
Co-sponsoring the event, which
was inaugurated successfully last
year, will be the Community De
velopment Program organizations
of East Pigeon, Center Pigeon,
West Pigeon, Stamey Cove, Cruso,
The members of the Fair public
relations and finance committee at
a meeting at Bethel School last
night elected M. C. Nix as Fair di
Mr. Nix is vocational agriculture
teacher at the school.
The event will open with a beau
ty contest and talent show the night
of September 29 in the Bethel audi
torium. The proceeds will help finance
The highlights of the program
Florida Hotel Man
Claimed By Death
Hugh West berry, director and
auditor of Florida East Coast
Hotels, died, suddenly at his home
in St Augustine, Florida last night,
Mr. Westberry was well-known
in Waynesville, where he has a
number of relatives, and has fre
quently visited here.
Funeral services will be held in
Sylvester. Georgia upon completion
will be the crowning of "Miss
Pigeon Valley Fair." selected by
judges from among beauty contest
ants representing each of the spon
The next day. judges will pic'
the winners of the livestock and
Last year, more than 1,500 ex
hibits were entered in the Fair.
Committees from each of the
.sponsoring communities were ap
pointed to help work on the ar
Stamey Cove Cragg Allen. Mrs.
Martin Rogers. McKinley Pressley,
Walter Roberts, I), D. Recce. Ray
Pless. R. T. Green, H. J. Rogers,
Mrs. D. D. Reis. Jennings Rogers,
Don Stevens, Mrs. Ruth Pressley,
and Mrs. II. J. Rogers:
East Pigeon- Van Wells, Lon
Evans, C. S Rawlins. H. Sherrill,
(See Pigeon Fair Page 8)
Injured .... 26
Killed ... . 6
(This Information com
piled from Records of
State Highway Patrol)