STANDARD PTG CO
Comp 220-230 S Flrtt
TODAY'S SMILE I
Mr. Skjold: "Another f
outlet: My dfr, you are e- 1
trvjcant. You spnd money
for unns4ry rlnthrs. I
Mr. Skjld: "Absurd". I B-
nrrrssary clothes arr not in f
Published Twice-Aeek' In The County Seat of Haywood County At The Eastern Enttan NationalPark f.:
, ; w vv i- viT iTF TUIUSDVY AFTERNOON. NOV. 30. 195(1 S3.00.In Advance In Haywood and Jackson Counties
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65th YEAK NO. 14 PAGES Associated Press
-J . ... TV A installed
Lake Junaluska Scene Oi Much Ice Skating
Haywood County Leaders Point Out That
l Rinch. The lowesi
w" .h- thermometer
5 L nf filial reading,
v;;irpiv out of!
i u u
rpnort she re-
., . disappeared - "
ping is still unknown.
L voting teen-age girls de-
L last Hi"""""? ,
.1 V Ol auv"
JB "l'i".t . , ...
w getting the snow, ana ..er
8 ...... hor the mixture
f;adih respond. A hurried
nre resulted n me ubs
Hit perhaps io uu
muld wive lMU ,
linow soon melted, but for
reason the. .mixture refused
uchtlie boiling V"1"1- ""
and more flavoring. As
-ixlure became imc, mcy h
-he freezing compartment of
nsutt. according to the three
funny iwkuhs, "'u m
;,5 pudding" '.
ah Waiting For
1. ; . .
i o-Pon Ri ver Need Not StoD
Building Newport Highway
, ' ; 1 ,': ; -. '. - , Tentative plans for a railroad fnm Ti'tiP.essi- Ma Pb-enn
Haywood To Send 55 Men
t or uraii in uecemuer
ii ivwii.nl ( oiiiilv ha
I CIVIC llMltl'I'S H I t ilt
l ontci I'lu i', in v, hich
L l, Saunders, Jr., 23 year-
j'ajncsvllle man, eacu sa.,..
the last three seasons, nu
;p0(l off onto the wina-swepi
Ech time, he eamc back with
Sine but that tired tceung anu
Lfridav morninfi, he headed
mod to start his fourth sea-
ihit he g"t was worth waiting
limited patiently while five
Vs sauntered by.
ta ho got what he wanu-a.
IS uss :i n eiaht-Dolnt buck that
Wed IBS-pounds dressed.
le hunt also was succcmiu ii
lier Waynesville man.
W Glad'ich bagged a six-point
4 shortly after noon Monday in
(south circle of the main hunt
'has hi first hunt,,of ,th.sea
.iik vr ,', i.rhTt Burn-
14 nun u mi rrv I " -
ktind Ciarles R. Keener, !?ntn ot
sport, i Stall Photoi.
Final Stages 01 Tobacco Festival Will
m . m M CI CI I 1 -
Be Staged M i&nnmaiuwayii
j ll.iywnml Mipel iol t'lillil ( UiM'd
shop MolidllN illli'liuiiiil iilli'i clciill
II1K up tllr hi'iixN docket Ml lis No-v.'mhn-
report of the maud jury
ih'-ss .Imlue .1. Will IMess oi Marion
ii ivvvii.nl t'olinlv lias liven asked
to sciul fi.1) moil otV tor pie-iiuluc-I
ion examinations Itcceiiiln'i' H
Mi Hoy I'amphell. del k ot Hie
tvwooil Selective Service Hoard,
aid today the December quota tor
eountv was received rccenth
I nun State Selectiv e Serv ice head
quarters at litilclKh
She said the call vva auain lor
.single lion-veterans tannine, he
tvvet n U2 and '211 years in ae.
Mrs Campbell said tin- men
would leave tor Charlotte tioin the
llavvvooil County Court House at
It p in
Meanwhile, Mrs .lame l.ove'l'ali-
Kiv.-i- la Civile, ami on to' Paithcrtot dtmv were iitcsrntcd to ;v
I'liimi uf ahoitt at) ll.iv w oml business and
Iv. Tlie meet m j was an 'olT the recnitt
all details ot the i.ropos.il were discussed.
Tli.. .ii,,iK,iiv i,l' tho i:ii1ro:i.l. snniiosedlv a unit of
board Air l.!tc. want lo follow the :',enei,il
and route of the Newport-Waynesx il.c hii'.hwav
I ii;eon liver t;oi a;e and alle .
Tlic representatives of Haywood at the conference wire
'receptive to the general plan of the railroad, but voted un
anuouslv that they did not want anyUHnc to interfere with
the construction of the highway from here to Newport
There Is now ill the State lllull-
wa'.er level Itaae.
.illmi: adjourn-' i(f
Oucen To Be
Clyde Baptist Church Has
1 vv ere
Barring a sudden adverse turn in
the weather again, the Fourth an-
a in,vw.nrt County Tobacco
n.eood Vpsiival will close Salur
Stores To Stay
IMolher doesn't have to get up
mid hurry them out of church when
liahv starts howling in the middle
, ." : .,. ni rtvde and the
I close Satur- , . . si, through it all .. . oft
day night with the coronation " . wi,oul missing a word ot me sei-: 1UUuyi
the iou queen. mn, .
The final (jvents ,riginau.Y
sche.'lulecJ for iasf Saturday aight
For tre-iVTi "cT?Wl'rtr if
fame 10 Directors
.u.. ri,i0 nimiist r:hurch
But the snow and icc-coaou . seParate, sound-proof room
highways maae wave. ,
and in many cases, impossible for ,
so many rural people that the pro-1
Members of the Waynesville
Wants Association will elect
fc new directors for the new
jir between now and December
Ballnlc h,,,iino tho nnmps of 20
oiinres have been mailed to the
The marked votes must be re-
rned by noon December 12.
Five of last vcar's directors will
'ain Ihcir positions. They arc
! TJ : J t .. f Ikn &CGI1.
t. in-vce. iircsmeiu ui uit
,lin. fx. . ..i - ii ii ,. Y-.i1iii
""u, v. mines nay, narvey -,
thard Bradley, and Francis Mas-
Tta n...innn rn. 4l.A inn nPW
-"V UU1II1I1C-V3 1.UI UlC v1' '
ISpaldon Underwood, Clifford
well. Joe Jack Atkins, EaVil Da-
Jerc u. Liner, C. U. rveinei,
ny uavis, Ben Fhmips, aoe
w, John B, Smith, David Un-
1'"tou, tiugn k. Kogers, nmu
"ice, Fred E. Martin, Jr., O. C.
"". nugn Massie, Dave nyau,
'"lie Woodard, and Joe Howell.
gram was deferred.
The selection of the queen s
..vioiiiMllv scheduled for last
Fridav night, will precede tin
choosing of the new queen.
The closing program also will
feature string band and square
dance contests, involving some
the finest combinations in .v......
ri-,.ie uM arrive as
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was set up in the back of the mam
Inside, mothers can seP and hear
the services, and the sound ot me
babies- crying stays right inside the
The church otticiais necioeu
build the "crying room" to helpj
Ihe mothers who were forced to
miss the services because their ,
habies' crying would distract the
The room, located in the rear oi 1
Ihe church flush with the entrance i
has a large i
4-.. i i, WavneNvllle area
niUl.n. I"" " .--.T--
will n-main open oil Wednesday
afternoons throuBh .December
They will resume their regu
lar Wednesday afternoon rlosUis
schedule followinu Christmas.
The new Christmas shoppinK
schedule was adopted by the di
rectors of the Waynenvillc Mer
chants Association at their last
regular meetiiiB which was held
Group To Meet
considered bet on
docket was dominated "Y
ot drunk diiviim. non-sup-'
and minor larceiiv cases
nicest prison terms imposed
those passed on two Itael-
iwood nun who pleaded r.uilly to
I larceny in th. Ha lt of a la.vi Oc
r lolier Kl, ;
1 Willie Page, 2X was sentenced
to tour to seven ears. and llubi it
: Vinson Hall, 21. to Iho'e to' l'v(
j; Conveciiliv..' terms of five lo
i seven venrs on eucti vvcru Misiiend
I rd ffirVverl V(Vs"on pohdltlon the
j men remain on mi nenavio.o
1 1 hat period. j
I l'revioiislv, Stale Highway l'at-
rolmen bad reported the two men ;
'had toned Aloes Mehadey ol
i Waynesville out of his cab at the;
i Black Camp liap etiloll on the Soco ;
IC.ap hmlnvav, alter engaging bun
j in Wav nesv ill-.
i The taxi later was fooml abau
' diini il and heavily damaged in a
ditch at lleintooga overlook.
The grand jury report, signed by
iM.rein.in Charles II McCrary of
Fines Creek, gave a .lean bill ol
health generally to county insti
tutions and public propcrlv .
a siim ol $l:ll.0dO speei-
allv ear-marked to applv on the
consii ui turn of the mail tiom here
lo New port 'I'liis nioncv was set up
in the closing davs ol the admini
stration i,l former (lovernor
. t'herrv, when D Heevcs Nolaud
was district hicbvvav commissioner
... ..i M, X., :niil n:ni'i e w.iv i"
erro ot WaynesYllle uas jooico . (
the staff ot the local .trail Imam '' -i "
grounds inai ..e, n,,-
... il,. ,, I,, lie comnleled bv
as an assistant clerk
She was appoinled last week by
slate headquarters to lellcvc Hie
work load that has increased since
late last .summer.
Bur ley Price
57.7 Cents In
Pedival oucen is crowned, herald- ln (h(, auditorium
Chr,SlmM!PTh?rnS is connected with
Two" separate boards of judges ,,. Ceilin, and the spare betjen T()( i)OU,try commission ,f h
will handle the beauiy comes,. me - Haywood t ouiuy comm..o. -
The judges wlio win ium. souoo opment program - h iic QUMC
. . ..iu.... r ihe oueen s court a loudspeaker inside the room , v i TlJ.,s(iav ,0 .,an the work UU 3
- th 19 community can- is connected with a micropnone in , ,)r
Sps will be P M. Carmack, , ,he pulpit. ! Th(, session will be held at Coun-
J J lhe. Hcndersonyi.lle, This permits those ns.de .i , Waynu corpening's on.re.
r !1Z , "f Commerce- Raymond, room to hear the sermon and the . 1 K Pak,.r will be C J.
Chamber ot commtn c,.i ' . ,..: in iho nuditonum. . 'v' - c,i.. College F.x-
Sutton, of the Mean coi p ' . When mother has to take n('r , (!nsi()n poult rv specialist.
Sta,ea,CoSe Extensdon'specialist. baby out. she also can do so ,,. !. of Pigeon, , om
, will he selected from s a mission chairman. w,n ,,resh,e.
among the members ; pi - ti,,e door which leads into the vesti-; Mrs ' Robert Koi le left
bv the board ot juugis m . - KM .,, ,h,. outside door ol . ' " " ,,. ,.r!1ulin wi,ere they
- i ..n.artivn in niiir - uppk nil iiui
AV n' Teachers' Co.-i the church and the . , , thc futu,.
wesiLiu v.. :., i : So now nioi ner can K" l"
J JS: i ondVaby- can cry. all at the same
eni oi ,,,n.i,tent time.
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The new unit of Ray's Super
Market opened this morning
The 2.700 additional square feet
of floor space gives the store one
of the largest sales areas in I his
part of the state About ball of the
space is being used for sales, and
ihe other half for processing meats
iand vegetables. The store was ex
Workmen have pushed the pro-
ject lo get finishing touches com
: pleled for the opening today
Modem fixtures have been lilil
.ied throughout the store.
Local Youth In
U. S. Livestock
u-,rrlv H Caldwell. Jr.. of Way
nesville ts competing in Ihe nalion-
livestock judging contest I n
A sludenl at N C Slate College.
. placed second in Ihe lamb judg-
trict (iralld Master l eaeo. iv ; iiik coo-s. .,,
earlier nils inoooi
iiinler the original 1!)2I
mori in". Mi Nolaud s.ud
all other projects weie cither com
pleled or l ai nig eomph I loir, ex
cept the Wav nesv ille-New port road.
, Also, the last ot the projects winch
(iovernor Cheiry allocated special
: funds have he'en put under con
tract except one. which is s, bed
' de.l to be let this week
Dr llent v W .Ionian, 'vliit" hih-.i
rwav Commission chairman, In
'. Raleigh vesterdav said the sponsors
t the railroad had consulted with
him regarding a Joint riglH-ol-vvav
through Hie rigemi River gorge
i . ..it,,.
Mr Noland adivelv working on
the Ncwport-Wa.vtiesvillo road for
llr,uv veais. said this morning lhat
(Sec Kuilroad 1'ase l
For December 14
(111 I.I KTIM
I In- season's lu st sales of I'.ur
Ir v tiihacc.i hi out hi ail av. iasf
")7.7 cents per pound at the
Asbrville market this m.irniim.
This is Xti per hundrrd poun.K
higher than the up.-iiiiiu - dav
averaiie fr la.t year.
Ainu oxim.ilelv 40nerc.nl ol II n.
wood Conillv's l!)."0 Bui lev lob,
crop was on I lie warciiou.
lodav as the markets
i. o i"o
Agent W,i ne C-u p. ni'i :
lodav the remainder ol to".
though no, a re.-oi
Mowing st.-aililv 'n I'!.'
through thi sale i-
blamed weather chh!i;:i
fact thai a greater i,
crop was nut at be mai
", Inspects Local
Th.', Wav nesv ille Klks- Mdg.
underwent lis annual ollicial in
spection Tuesd.iv nighl during, it
regular semi-month1;.' meeting
'J'l, . .... , wwl VV .'IS D.-nulv Dis
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SHOP? I NO DAYS
The local lodge, which includes
members from throughout Hay
wood and a pal l ol Jackson County.
. 11,1 .Lil M tli'il
Mr, Korte.is in the . wcs,.-, u
win result- '" " t, with cxIeniN from Hie mouiuan.s ...
will lie Conine,.-,.
I his father, E. S. Purdom.
elation. t7 , , .. i(.k.
Mrs. Jennie Mac r.a. ..v ...
1 .. .run ,.,,,,,, U'l 1
cty, the Festival s i: i-
(See Festival ran.-
Hew County Officers To Be
Installed Here On Monday
. . ,.n..l1v
Wav nesv ill
A K in VS aid of Ihe.
11,.-, I, son of Mr. and Mrs. nano
Caldwell Sr. is a .member ol the
Slate College livestock judging
'team competing for national hou-
0,The contests are part of the In
ternational Livestock Kxposiiion
being held in Chicago.
Members ol the Haywood County
IMndiicOon and ManagenieiH Ad
ministration pioeiam will elect
(l(.r (.m,mliiilv coiimiltteemen
,lM(1 ,,,,, delegates to the county
,t,venlion m an elcclion I'eeem
I'er " ,.. ,..
The aim, aim cnu iil was m,., ,
, i,ss S.uah Firllingh
count ' I'M V seci rtary. today
Instead of electing li'l Committee- ,
men thi'v-a as in the past. .-Ihe,
l'.,llll(,r, paitl.ipaling in the pm
iMam will ele.-l onlv :i!t
Miss Fullbrighl explained thai
,,, 1eductlon will ie-ull I"mo the
n,.,,lidatinn ol lo.al units for
, i unomy n-'asotis
Tl. sub s, i -lions , si -i oi:! in ev
er, , communities have been ineig
' r( in lo single 'commiinly 'umls'
T. merger eliminated 10 ,-uch
The cold wave debe ' d n.i-rg
and casing "t t he lob.n eo
This vcar's qualiU li.c be n d'
.scribed generally as .lightly be Met
than average. Willi I lie wenhi a
The Asheville warciiou a-. nr.. e
ed 24 hours behind schedol'' v ,o
Ihe postponement Ion ei b-. '''
. ondition ol I lie ro.,'1
lirief . i - eiliei " - I" 'ibb d '
opening of the A hi-vlMe ol"
ieg season, with M oo,- cut. .
: Morgan welcoming 'he bo o
John W (hiodmaii, I '' ' '
rector of Ihe N C Slal- r"H'
(See l.ibaci.i I'aue
Is Presented To
Wintertime On The Court House Lawn
Deputy Sheriff Max Cochr an
yesterday he had resigned h
week as officer at Lake Jiinaluska
WtK., M' .nrfthal he Would
feavVtheheriff department en
tirely on Monday. ,wm of.
The, veteran law emu..
:a h 'hart fi ed llts resik,""
November 30 Fair
. . ' - v "Ol IIICl 1 UUl sum;
partly cloudy and not much
otTicial Waynesville tempera-
l recorded bv the staff of the
i!1 Max. Min. Snowfall
. . ,., ... , into office formally
Haywood County's new officials w. oe
M"n!l!y- u, ke Place at noon in the office of Haywood
OP O ll'l ,
s,r C.un CM C II. " -. ,.. ,,, -t mm
.w r. 7z ;::ti: zz.
. t ... ; ti'if or
Assembly, a rtfnutv IT1 Representative-elect Oral L. Ya.es o Iron Dun
har I: Asmhly for Thc two legislators will take their oa
SS,i. IK- ! ,w l,r lor ,h, m :irtniinisl,T to
" rionulV win . . I.f.ainerwi'oo .
that Ms commission - . - outaoms y.- .. - nff, op,.ns Monday morning, w
Zrr -CnU. arise if ,e re-
iRobert V Welch- and Saturday. a(!()Uion
with him he sa,d c. eW county officers who will Mart work
woKSn inP.aw enforcement ,0 lhose P-v.y named: Decds Ju.e Noland. C. C
he was considering a sheriff. Jred Y. Campbell, tteg r,mmissi0ners: Frank M.
The I'll ' liap" ' ,; ''"', '' ""''
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ft- .- " . s. -I ,,l,..ir mo:M'e P""'! ''
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I Tt" ' Ti-W " I .Z iftM TJ , craw j
irfWW FW r I' 1 Highway.
it-r;:1;1; - ,rr iM -r 1 RecordFor
r h ' s 1950 1
r1:. jMM: rulkvhWi iV. . , 1 Haywood I
1 A kiV'.; I Injured .... 2o
I I Killed .... 7
i nileH frnm Kecoras ox
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.-Storl Photo . mnBX-"' 'T'"" 1. 11 iiTS'SS-
i,..-i . ,i.l me niinna the
!de ni P "ion now. Francis, chairman of the nra an L- Worley. .1
' or the location of the position.
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