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The Waynesville Mountaineer
Definition "A food hus
band: one who (eels in his
pockets e e r y time he
passe a mailbox." (Lion
Smith, the Hazelwood
. . .. . snln mountain
L BU supply is unlimited
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Urt Ut, history of thej
Kr. mountain stories, or;
' . w. latest is about the
L just made in a
in While Rin "" w,v
rill Ju 0
hind, he carried his gun In
al I stranger, ne sioppea,
.i. ...urnmer the lug and
f, ki- drink. The man
U whereupin me obu"
U jun on me mu,
... r shoot.
. nheved. but almost
led when he sipped a small
frible stuff, ain't it?" in-
I the man holding the gun.
Li, mtten." came the reply.
h hold the gun on me while
i drink," said the distiller,
gapped his gun for the Jug.
i Published Twice-A-Veek In The Ccjity Scat of Haywood County At The Eastern Entrance 01 The Great Smoky Mountains National Park
65th YEAR NO. 80 16 PAGES
Crusade For Freedom
"WAYNESVILLE, N. C: THURSDAY AFTERNOON, OCT. 5, 1950 $3.00 In Advance In Haywood and Jackson Countltt
Governor Sees Effects Of Road Program In Haywood
Starts Here Tuesday
. - - . Inl.
mil drove i-uupe "
Hid asked for a special raon-
told the proprietor he want-
In the form of a large bulls
liv, saia me pumeu
ihere do you want U?
man pointed to a battered
Iht itipro." hn said. "These
Ids have been hitting me any-
ktely, and I want to give them
hing harmless to aim al next
Is Named As
AARON PREVOST of Hazelwood
has been named co-chairman of
the Crusade for Freedom in the
Whom the Bells Toll
L a vou ooen the front door
L Firestone store, you make
. Owner William Cobb a few
'.ire Installed a set of chimes
bounds when the front .door
L let the clerks know that a
jtustomer has Just com In.
Vhant snmp rollece bands can
Western Carolina Teachers
ige's musicians In talent,
it nnt in maiorettes.
lartlni? h WCTC band in the
Be here Saturday t afternoon
'ding the WCTC-East Tennes-
-tatp fftnthnll a amp will be:
Irolyn Edwards of Leaksvllle,
jorette who was "Miss North
Ulna" of 1950 and one of the 15
lists in the Miss America Beau-
imtfest last month.
itty Jean Hines of Raleigh, the
majorette, who was Miss
lit Leaf" last summer and
tied during the ceremonies at
ant to the world premiere of
( motion picture, "Bright Leai,
incy Rogers of Charlotte, who
Miss Merry Christmas" last
ler in her home city's annual
arm renrespntaHvps. from 22
tern Nnrth Carolina counties.
uding Haywood, at a meeting
Asheville last week discussed
Ihods of improving the overall
"he meeting was sponsored by
federal Farm Home Adminis
lion. State FHA Director J. B.
Ik was in charge.
CDresentinB HivwnnH at the
fion was a committee of Jarvis
ttalriwpll 11 chairman- Charles
lUner. and Tom Rnflers.
'arm Management Specialist
Iph Turner told the delegates
It mainr alliisfmanla In fVlP
- j v uuj vtovtiiviiio , in
jning program must be made if
average cash farm income in
Fth Carolina is In hp raised
he the current $1,089 per farm
f year level,
(he FHA'q nAi.nln .mmlllui am.
ered by law to certify to the
gibility of applicants and loans
ier the Farm Housing, Farm
'nership, and Farm Operating
Cr MeDarris Is supervisor for
FHA in Haywood County.
St. John's To
The Rev. Lawrence Newman will
be installed formally as the new
pastor of St. John's Church of Way
nesville in ceremonies at the
church at 7;30 P. M. Sunday.
Officiating will be the Rt. Uev.
Monsignor Louis J. Dour, dean of
the Western Carolina Catholic
Thu installation seavke will be
followed by the BenedWim f
the Blessed Sacrament.
Participating in the closing ser
vice will be the Rev. C. F. Hill, as
sistant pastor of St. John's.
The parishioners will greet their
new pastor formally at a reception
in the St. John's School Auditor
ium after the service.
Father Hill sa'd all friends of
the church and school are invited.
Cprvina nS hnstPKSPK will be Mf.S.
John Wasilik of Franklin, Mtss
Gertrude Flannagan of Cherokee,
Mrs. R. C. Lane of Lake Junaiuf.ua,
Mn Harold Hnnson of Canton, and
Mrs. Morris Morrill of Cullowhee.
The arrangements were made
under Father Hill's direction.
The appointment of the new
pastor gave St. John's an all-native
Tar Heel administrative lineup.
Father Newman is a native of New
Bern, and Father Hill was born
and raised in Burlington.
Haywood will officially launt
"The Crusade for Freedom" card
pain here Monday night whej
community chairmen and eountj
chairmen meet for the initial drlv
to get 10,000 signatures to frei
dom scrolls in the county.
Jonathan Woodv. and his c4
chairmen, Aaron Prevost and A.
Hutchins, announced this mornii
that the leaders would meet Mo
day night, seven o'clock, for
dinner meeting at the TowH
House. Starting early Tuesday
workers are to make a thorouw
canvass of the county, getuii
names to the scrolls, pledging
fieht rommunln The scrolls w
be sent to Herlin. and there placi
in a shrinp with the freedom IK
as a svmbol of American dedicl
tion to the cause of world freedorl
Mr. Woodv said the quota assig
pel H.-wwond was 5.400. but til
committee had almost doubled tl
quola to 10,000, instead. "The pe
nle in Haywood love freedom
we love America, and we arc goiil
to prove it by getting 10,000 nam
on these Freedom scrolls, he sai
Reuben H. Robertson; of Canto
i Is general chairman for the tvi
Carolinas, and Beekinan Huger h
assistant. Edwin Jones, ot cna
lotte is state chairman; R. Greif
Chrrrv. vice chairman. James
K McClure is district chalrmal
with Frank M. Parker, co-chairmik
and Mrs. C. E. Dameron, cxecutlii
Among the speakers on Mond. '
night will be Mrs. C. O. Newe ,
Rev. M. R. Williamson, A. J, Hu
chins, and Mr. Huger. I
The community chairmen are k
follows: South Clyde, William OL
borne; 1 North Clyde, Glenn
Ham Brown; lake Junaluska, S5A
Massey: Iron Duff, Jarvis Caldwefc
Lower Crablree, Mrs. Hugh Nl
land; Upper Crablree, James Be;
Fines Creek, Charles B. McCrant.
White Oak. Mrs. George BorliJ;
Cove Creek, Mrs. Hobart Franj-lin-
Jonathan Creek. Enos Boyi;
Dcllwood. Mrs. W, D. Ketm;
Boosters Club, Carl Henry: Sa
(See Crusade Pane 8) .
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Of Local Band
Governor Kerr Scott expresses approval of a photograph showing a large cor.Kiegatiou in front of
the Rockv Branch Bapt ist Church in Aliens Creek community. The road to the Church was improved un
der the governor s rural road program. He said he was gralilled to see that the improvement of the
roads permitted so manv more people to gel to church, and that he'd keep tho picture on his desk.
The photo was presented bv Swan Hendrix. 'extreme light', rural road program chairman for
Wavnesville township. Left to riRlit "e I- Thrash. Tenth District Highway Commissioner, the
governor, ami Dr. Kelly Bennett of Bryson City, former state senator. This Mountaineer staff photo
was made at Tuesday's district Democratic rally at Sylva. (Staff Photo).
Governor Scott And Haywood Democratic Leaders
Baptists To Hear
Dr. Love Sunday
Dr. Frank S. Love will occupy
the nulDit of the First Baptist
Church for both services on Sun
day for the 11 o'clock morning
service, and again at the 7:30 eve
Dr. Love has served as super
intendent of Lake Junaluska for
the past six years, having resigned
recently, effective October first.
To Close On
The Union Revival and F.vangjl
istic Services, sponsored by tie
Proshvt ei ia n a nd M c t h o d 1 i t
Churches of Hazelwood, are bei 4 g
conducted each evening this we.fc.
except Saturday, in the Mcthodfct
church, at t.m.
After Sunday morning the serv
ices will be in the Presbyterian
church, and will continue each
evening through Wednesday, Oct.
Due to a heavy schedule of other
evangelistic meetings Mr. Warren
will conclude our series on Oct. 11,
rather than on Sunday, Oct. 15, as
The evangelist, Rev, A. M. War
ren, is a graduate of Davidson Col
lege and of Princeton Theological
Though a native of Allendale,
(See Union Service Page 8)
To Be Launched
-.Tonight the High School band
will play a dual role In the life of
thh community officially open
their Hand Building, and inaugu
rate a campaign to raise $4,200 for
uniforms and equipment.
The modern 'band building is the
first home of the band which was .
organized in I IKK). Tonight marks
the beginning of the third cam
paign for funds during the 11-year
W. A. Bradley, chairman of the
hand committee, said today that
thi assets nf tln hand Is now $20.
000, exclusive of $18,837 In Instru- f
ments owned by the individual
Mr. Bradley pointed out the
urgent need for 30 additional uni
forms. In order that Waynesville
could put 90-playlug musicians on
the field or In a parade at once.
Also urgently needed are live In
struments, a bassoon, tuba, bass
clarinet, and 2 piccolos. The uni
forms, and five instruments total
$3,800. The additional $400 Is to
cover transportation costs to the
state contest, where the band will
go next spring In order to defend
the title of holding first place with
i -.-; " v r It 1
ROBERT HAIL. 27-year-old I'r.i- '
vcrsily of Nortl Carnlina Ki adu
ate, went to work Monday as
Haywood County's Or't proba
tion officer. His official title ti
"assistant probation officer." and
Ik- is on the staff of the County
Bob Hall Named
two other bands in Class Six music
the top class in the state. l First COlint Y
Mr. llradiey pointed out
hanrl rnmmlttec owns $7,975 111 I '
instruments now, some of them
bought back in 1039. There Is an
investment of $0,284 In uniforms,, Hobert llall, 27-yenr-old former,
nd a music library valued at $4,- program director for Radio Station
000. Supplies on hand, together WHCC, started Work Monday a
with other physical equipment, Haywood County's first assistant-
Mi s. Sam Queen. Sr.. county wel
fare superintendent, announced his
appointment by the County Welfare
Actually. Mr. Hall Is the first
person ever appointed in a West-
Governor Scott, in a genial mood talks with a group of Haywood County Democratic nominees ami
nartv leaders during the Congressional Uisinet uemocraue nan, rt, .--,. .a.,, ....j
William Medfnrd. Wavnesville, state senate nominee; Charles B. MeCrary. Fines Creek, chairman of
the counlvs Democratic executive committee; Krel Campbell of Ha.elwood. nominee for sheriff;
Oral Yates, Iron Duff, nominee for slat, ; represent alive; and Charles Francis, RatelilTe Cove, nommee
for chairman of the board of county commissioners. iStafi I'hoto).
Employ Handicap Week
Space To Projects
The current issue of the Exten
sion Farm-News devoted a large
percentage of space to the dedica
tion of Camp Si haul), and the visit
of the Iowa 4-H (-luh Hoys ana
.l I hp
front nage and Dr. Frank Jeter end with eflorts aimed at undir-
i..t ,n the uditorial : scoring the importance of coi.sk -
iirviiii it iiiinw" -..
space to the two events.
The mayors of Canton, Waynes
ville. and Hazelwood today Issued
proclamations setting aside this
week as Employ the Physically
The local observance of the na
tional ciinoaiLUi opened last week-
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Thursday. Friday fair, be
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ering a prospective employee s
ability, instead of disability, in re
viewing qualifications for a parti
Local Campaign Chairman Arth
ur Vielli pointed out that in the
Waynesville and Hazelwood area
alone, there are a substantial num-
, r ........I.. luilrlini) a 1 1(1
performing competently skilled! the Medical Foundation of Chapel
(See Mavors PaKe 8) (Hill, was the featured speaker
. during the meeting,
Dr. Alton Bottoms of Canton
took office Monday as president of
the First District Dental Society.
' The installation ceremonies were
held during the closing session of
the Society's 29th annual meeting
Dr Svlvester Green, former
mieh as cabinets, stage platforms,)
and office equipment adds another
$900 to the assets of the organiza
tion. The 30 uniforms, which are need
ed to bring the number to 90, will
cost $1,800. The instruments ana
transportation costs total $2,400. ern Nm.(n Carolina county to do
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students now taking band in the doing this type of job in the west
four groups beginners, juniors, ' vrn area at present,
military band and concert band, j Mr. Hall, incidentally, also is
Charles lsley is director, and the first man ever to he named to
Robert Campbell is assistant. ! t he staff of the Haywood County
The band committee is composed , Welfare Department in the 32 years
, 1...1 , w v. ; it lias been operating.
ot ivir. inauiiy, mi" " i , f
Prevost secretary, W. Hugh Mas-' Men have filled the office of
sic treasurer M II Howies, Jack superintendent of Hie department
Me'sser C E Wealherby, Claude since it was organized on a part
N Allen George A. Brown, Jr., time functioning basis in 1918.
Und T. Bramlett. s But ."- h-- 'Z
"In considerat ion for I he many , (Sc HallPaEp 8)
public appearances, and outstand- i . ,
ing contributions the band makes
each month to our community .life, q . J-,,, Will
it appears that a campaign lor jii- uuiuimuj ?
200 for a four-year period is an
excellent investment. We are urg-
inu that all interested in the con
tinued growth of the band contri-
libeially," Bradley said.
Mr. Isley announced thai the
nd would stage a parade at 11:30
Saluidny morning, and the Lions
Club would operate a dime board
in behalf of the band all-day Saturday.
New Sunday Hours For
this morning thai tin
eXr Durham ...aid and Strand Theatres would open
now executive vice-president of
eight o'clock on Sunday nights,
with the picture beginning at 8:110.
This new hour will continue
through the winter months.
Library Work Is
Discussed Here By
WNC Group Today
About 30 were attending the
Western District Library meeting
here today, with state and regional
leaders leading a discussion of cur
rent problems for libraries. Miss
Marearet Johnston, Haywood li
brarian, was general host, for the
meeting, held at the Presbyterian
Misc Marearet Ligon.. of Ashe
Friday's Contest To Be No. 42
In WTHS - Canton Series
Fririav night's game will be the j season.
42nd time that Canton and Waynes- The second game of 1939 took
ville have met on the football field. ! the cake for being the closest.
Wavnesville holds the edge In 1 Canton won it, 2"-20.
the 18-vear-old series, with 24 vie-: But quite a few others ended
toril,s " ! with a margin of only six points
Carton has won 16. ! between winner and loser
Onlv one game ended in a tie. j The first game between the sea-
That was the scoreless first game j sons was one of those wmg-dings
of the 1940 season. ! Canton came through with a 25-19
Canton came back and won the victory
Everybody love a parade, so
Saturday's prncram is jst what
the doctor ordered for the Way
There will be one before ech
meal, except breakfast, pn that
At 11:30 A. M., the Waynesville
Township High School band will
start marching- duwn Main Street
from the First Baptist Church to
observe the opo'ilne; of its 1950
At fi:15 P. M this one, and the
hands and majorette of East
Tennessee State "ollp?e and
Western Carolina Teacher's Cot
leee will start paradintr from the
Hotel Gordon up Main Street.
That one will be a preliminary
to the Fast Tennessee WCTC-
football game at 8 P. M. at the
high school stadium.
Miss Margaret uigon, pi . ' i , nIv 22 of lh, cont,.s,s did the
ville, was leader oi me oiscuss. n . see , . , " I , . . cnn,.. wavnes-
. k v h t he the largest load of chickens ever shipped at one time from here. The load of
VtOO t2 w S. d 12,oS pluTdf and was worth about $3,000. The hens were bought from the hatch
2,100 hens b the Haywood County Farmers Cooperative. The hens were sold on the
ing egg flocks PnJnm over other markets. The chiekens.left here at five o'clock,
Alff n the nex? Lny wL in poultry display cases in stores. Shown here, left to right.
M Duh ZX ot Me" Cooperative; Carl Crawford, of Brasstown, Tenn., and Lyda Patron,
LperSi e driver, and Mr. Crawford, in cab of truck. Staff Photo).
Others taking part were Miss He
en Rex, field worker for this dis
trict, Miss Elizabeth House, direc
tor of the Library Commission,
Mrs. T. Lenoir Gwyn, member oi
the state Library Commission, and
Which goes to show you that
ville was shut out in nine of these, i
and Canton in 12. ;
The first game of last season
Knhlv ranie closer to being a
what happens in the first game
isn't an exactly infallible indica
tion of what's going to happen in
A i 1 - .
me secoou. ! .. , .u. ,
, i ,.f k , riourtincif man anv oi me initio
ion, ana in me vasi iiiajuiujr. w V'M"VT . , l-'.i ....... t . n nt
I William Medford, slate senator,! double-headers which started witn ; ouisiae ui .um
land member of the Haywood Li-! the season of 1937, however, the 1940. .
brary Loard. 1 same team won both games in each (See Game-1 age
Injured .V. .27
Killed . . . . 6
(This lnlonnatlon com
piled from Record" of
Stat Highway Fatrol)