The tent of some pw
ples religion Is that they
know the name of the
church they stay away from.
J, nd his Soco Gap
f .re following a busy
I1" Last wee
Kin Charlotte, with an
kfV.nnn On Saturday
I Ml iUUV.
Itf w jrt.,.n In Mnrffan-
ew"r It -fhev
f irdav the dance group
P 0,h anci to Lenoir on
P- :n ko rhristmas.
to resi, iu"tv
Published Twice-A-Yeek In The County Seat of Haywood County
iu. 3 12 r.u.tv Associated tress
i . i nn ruin r iinm i .
more man a..
. .... .hnirallv without a
PLrnev.. county auditor, or
Aboard ot irusic..
r cnm nf lona stand
ft, 11K 1 l"Jl " . . .
L appointees of theia
I . . A 1.1 kntlKfl Htm
nations ro u.e - .
, of noon i"ua. nc
... nf the old board was to
He resignations, and sign
'-utcs, closing their admini-
.,, an nour
4 commissioners wem
.;ve session and filled each of
99999 Percent Right
audit by an Asnevme nrm
U showed me ruiywuu"
pted some pretty good book-
kiudti touiiu me
ton its record of, ?wu,uuu u-
means the error amoumeu
sly about one cent on'
k auditor for the company
l.i.i u tho pn.se si marum
A observed in checking books
hout Western North Caro-
ilor firms, municipal, ano coun-
r .. . . ..i a .
a Collector heDe Hrysou "
the closest we Ve had nere,
Haywood Officers Take Oath For Four-Year Terms
At The Eastern Entrance Of The Great Smoky Mountains National Park
. . u ml V B-v W-M A A"lk f'i ff 1
C, MONDAY AFThHNOOX, DEC. 4, 1930 $3.00 In Advance In Haywood and Jackson CounUet
' : 1 -XI 3 i 1 I .xKe " ' iil' I m I f. 1 M
. j , ...... . . ..
For Lake Junaluska
tt! si (.1
School Survey Committee
blieclnng Local scnoois
. . ' ... .....v. it . n.n tnrtav ' This' picture was mad
These Haywood officials were given u.e. u- "'" i " : . , .
' , .u .... ; Yi..... i ..ft . richt- Dr .1. Frank Pate, coroner: Jule Noland. icgW
. . r a m naviR rommissioner heoe 1
board; Jams it. Aiuson. i-uinuiiMMwm... . ...... .
nivii. r.n,nh.;il. assistant clerk of court, and J. B. Silcr, clerk of court
as the individual officers had taken the
er of deeds; V. t rram-is, ni.iu i......
u......... iv oll.'rl.ir Fred Y. t auipoeu, mu-iih. ...i.
futr i. lJlo1',,.
ndministeied 1lu odh. iStatf l'lu.to.
Sworn Into Office Today
ii... .-.,.,.1 f'.nmlv ad- - " "
Two Landed In
1S Forged Checks
fWellco Employees Blood Bank
Given Gilts Un
V, ik,.i,. fr . a wMp there
Waynesville's Bill Sutton had
new all-time national Punting
nc At first we figured his
fais average was 50.6 yards
lb all-limn averaee. the Asso-
M Press informed us, was 47
b set by Paul Stombaugh of
plan University, a few seasons
tat then taking Bill's average
nAA'tnri tVinm all 1111.
IBI.1I 31111, aUUlllg 11IVUI r
fi taking the average gave us 46
rhat. technically, isn't his aver
' kicking performance.
Actually, the Associated Press
In informed us. that represents a
m get his true average, we
mid have to take the length of
4 of his kicks all through the
an. added them up, then divide
it fifitire by the totaL number of
those particular figures from
n... it' ...
P" Rmiif uus season.
Tl... , .. . . , i
nun aoesn t mean, however, inai
ill U ... .... J!
" "as neon roDoea or me a
;ction of being the best punter
the United States
His average actually would be
. uere oeiween ine ngure ai
Ve(i at by taking each game as a
rfinln J.l. ... 1 I...
f ""c, aiju me average reacneu uy
Swing the total yardage of all
'vuimiiueu on rune '
mu ii numii C mini v an
IIP III"" !"J
ministration took office formally today
The elected county oiuciais vu-ie; n .
sworn in in the commissioners Jq - Qf t'OSSing
rrw.m in Hip Havwood County Court ..
Ar,.M-nvim;dclv 100 spectator
lined the walls around the commis-, r.aslnnia men are being held
sioners table, and many '"on ,Iavw()()(1 unty jail charged , Fm. 1!)5, t,)(lv wi Bl.tthafs
crowded outside the. door. wi(h forging checks. They were j fl som,( bu it is a ,Hndsome
rhPiiikee. and brought s
I IIP Uiunn v.v uuih' ' - , cm
noon by J. B. Siier, wno nau "--, here oy -ui. nuviwui
sworn in as the new clerk of supe- 1(. nighway patrol. The two men
yt n( Bhmit 9 o'clock this ,,...i been working In Haywood,
morning bv the outgoing clerk, C. : passing several forged checks here.
miliums . ...:,., ci,l ho tW() ODPra-
H Leatherwood. I U" om.iu - .
Siler first administered the oa ui . b The orgod
to Fred Y. Campbell of "aw,w,,,d' j m(,s were usually of people well
the new sheriff. ! knovvn in church circles or preach-
Sworn in upm, m
.. ,.,pvp Chairman C. C. rian-
Is Speaker For
j Garden Club
i Mrs Henry dramling of dram-1
ling. S C. was the guest speaker,
! for dip' December meednK of the i
Kli hlaml C.ardcn Club which was j
! held Friday in the home of Mrs
Mrs C.iaiiilinK gave an Illustrat
ed talk on Christmas decorations
for the home, using as her theme
"A Way Of Life". She was Intro
duced by Miss l.oulsp Mallard.
Mrs. Hut us Siler, president of
the club, presided during Hie misi
Further discussion mowing out
! of formal protests against building
Jvui school buildings in Haywood
will be-resumed tonight at eight in
; the court room
The Slate School Survey Conl-
mittee is here today making a
j luither study of conditions., and
will bp at the meeting:
This morning about 2fi citizens
from spveial sections of the coun
to, together with huth the old and
new members nf. the school boards,
met for more than an hour behind
ilosed doors Two members of the
State Committee .1 Sidney MlK,
director ol school planning and
sunev, ami T C HoIiIiimiii, of
Aslieville, were ben'. This nl'ler
lioou tbey aie bp joined by H.
1 llueck. another member ot the com-
The Itlooilmobile will pay its las(
visit of tf)tl to the Waynesville
area on Wednesilay.
The Vanesille F.Iks Lodge i'
program for the
Birthdays are a vital pari of the
program at Welleo Shoe Corpora
lion. F.very employee is remem
bered on their birthday with a gift
from the company.
Last year each lady received a
mw.i u'liiln pvpi-v man received
a ciaare'tte case. ' .sponsoring Hi
I This year both groups received a date. I
leather billfold. j -pbe donor room ill be set up
in the basement ot the Waynes
ville l'rpshylei ian Church, and will
I open at 10 a.m. to receive the
11 W Rollinan. "resident said: ,,!,, t,.eis and close at 4 p.m.
..i r....i ii..ii L I,...' pMinlovees . n..... ,,i ..v...i .loutit
1 It'll inn' ni" v....r..-.. j I IOUkH . H J i.x...- ;
spend most of their wakitaf-hours ,h.a lha JjHJiU,u Hulim r Company;
with us together it ft not ' more' t,ml)oveps' record of H!! pints do-
than proper and appropriate that na,L,(1 September 27 would be brok. avV()0(l bapllSl
we remember them on their birth-; ,m,mhei s ot Ihe Klks com-1
dav." I mittee said they hoped for a ' good lirHl) 10 ItlCCl
e eiuu, m i-.-inii-.i
. , . mittee.
1 ness Hour which pi eeeiieii im- .. ..- ....
,;,,,, :llld plans were made for the; ,li.M when die -
to meet in the home of 'finish U-r ' ; ' - 1
Mrs John Smalhers, Jr.. on Wed- Crmal .mm.-n.l..li "
nesday. December 15. to make port was not known .0 noo toda,
fhristmas decorations lor the, .
Haywood County Hospital.
Mrs .1. W Hay report eii thai ten;
dogwood trees would be planted on j
the "Model Mile" as soon us the'
' weather permits.
M..i. members welcomed were.
Mrs W. S, MeCall, Miss Anne Al
bright, and Mrs. F. O. Hippetoe.
1'iior to the meeting a buffet
luncheon was served by the host
esses, Mrs. Packman, Mrs. W. L.
Kirkpatrick, and Mrs John Smath
To Give Circus
oruei, wtic v..
cis of the board of county commis
sioners; Jarvis Allison and Frank
M Davis, county commissioners;
Jule Noland. register of deeds:
Sebe Bryson, tax conecioi ; mm
J. Frank fate, coumy c.,.. ,
The members of the board of;
education will be sworn in in Jam.- ;
ary after they are appointed by
the' 1951 General Assembly.
Also to take office in ';'u.;"
mi . 'ciiin onator-elect William
will ue ""' v
Medford and State Representative -
elect Oral Yates.
Both will take their oaths a
noon January 3 immediately befou
. :i..i.,i,ii pops into ses-
the siaie a'Bi'''i-
sion. . , , . ... .
Thn first official aci oi me
commissioners was to make ap-
. . . i iu fTires
W.U e Sheriff Camp-
riM, (l nwin wanted in sev
eral parts of the stale for passing j
The (..ray Ladies ol Ihe Wasnes-
ille American Bed I ross cliapier
will assist with the adniimslrallve
work and operate the canteen lor
The Klks' roininiltee in charge
.1... ',i'r:,m'iin,'llls )r. A. I
'The Haywood Subdisl net ol the " . Wi,vnesvill'e. chairman
itfiinnnK viiiiiii i i inwiiui '
Haywood MYF Tov.
m m . I ...
Meet it uanion
forged checks, officers said.
4 tu nun i ut njvr
1 'TILL CHRISTMAS
While lkiuor caused a busy week
end for officers here, the officers
said that each of the people arrest
ed over the week-end for being
drunk had been drinking white
liquor. , . !
The highway patrol reported.
! throe arretted for driving drunk,
' a half gallon of liquor caught in a
; truck, and several speeder! r.
nuniu.-"" c,,ri(T rami)- al Lake Junaiusna -
At the same time, Sheriff Camp ,n con5ldcrablc
bell announced the commissioning , (et oniy minor Injuries to
of his deputies frd:the driver. The. investigating off ic-
Chairman "-'' "' '' M cr was not available tor ae-..8
the new board into Us fi
session, opened die liiecnob v
pub,ic . iu. v ,i inr. Mmi rtiristmas
lie uee ;
ecutive sessions. pw
missioncrs wouia ""
meetig an w "l '
Public- . . .. iimpnls of ,anls Claus is practically just
.hpalsista.it lax collectors, he told J,,,,,,, tlu. corner.
the assistant iax Waym-sville Post Office
the spectato. h- t c t. JZl'tcd las. weekend that
would be Kcpi.u.- :r- n thinking, at least,
w ... Ihl'PP 11
li.i.-i. .win.-,, i"" - i i I 1
. .. ..... . .i..,i...j:..i i'l,,,.,.l, ! 1)1 .1. I-.
meet a inp rirsi ivieuiom.si v .,u.i..
. .. . ... M..,i.,v i. ' chairman
oi v anion hiw.ou ij.ui. .iiwiimiv,
stead of at the ceiurai nieiuou.si
Church, as originally planned.
The MYF of the Waynesville
church will present a Christmas
pageant as the feature of the pro
gram. Miss Anne Biscboff of Wayncs
Iville. president of the Haywood
1 sub-district, will be in chaigp of
Beeves. Canton, vice
Noble Carrelt. Jr., Dr
A P, ('line. Dr. Alton Bottoms,
Ceorge HischolT. eh Curtis, Joe
Palmer, Fred Sbeeban, Kenneth
Slahl, and Bob Allison.
llelhcl High School's journalism
j students and in-lruclor will give
h, eircos Ti.eMlay to raise money
I fr the school newspaper and radio
1 progl'Nf' f
The sideshows will open at .:i" ,
,,,,11.. and the main show al 7 '30
i p.m. . ,
' The atlraelions will rnchule
monkey wedding. Jubilee Singers,
The regular Quarterly meeling i the "one and on v goo u. um
f th,. Ilavwood Baptist Executive , tlvity , KUlora the. lia.md
Promotion Committee will be held pliant . ,v
, 7-3(1 P m. Thursday In the lobby j A boxing male h I . we 1 .. t
(lf the Lrgan and Ward Building!.,, M; 1
t Miss 17'l-ane Qu.i.lan will Th,,- Ms., will -leave
tomorrow for Atlanta to ac- tr.chs. ae obals. ... k '" ;
;.pt a position for the winter with horse parade, and many othu
(he National lied Cross. oils Hems.
Tobacco Festival Queen Crowned
Mrs Hinlolph Cai -wi ll and hil
dren. Jackee and .o,nn. spent
the week-end wilh rel.iiices m Fay-etleville.
2,000 Ailend Final Events
Of 1950 Tobacco festival
.. -. ... ir..i. ........ I ..ii,,ltin:it i. oi Irooi Canton was
icceived an a-
Vl XX Iff -w
tu iin.,.., f"niintv Tobacco coinOiniiiiori ir n ""."" ,UM
J lit; HOT v '-. - 7 '
Harvest Festival held its postponed i nerlip.
.,..., ,..,i,,rri;,v nicht. I The Canton ha
ii.o morp than 2.000 people ward ol S-tO.
who jammed .he Waynesville Arm-: n the sipiare darn ing (ompeti
in (i, raftprs (oonrlthe events i ( 'omPrmirP Farm "t llenuei
nnrfl, ...nilinO for ! Slllivilll' (lilPCtpd l)V
The crown of the Festival Queen won tin
Uvent to Miss Mary Lou Ferguson
. , . rn intn arrears tmee
lea 10 i-'i ' . . . ,, in
five years, as mcy nau ;
many cases oemn..
The sew .appointment
County Attorney-W. Ro rr.m
cis of Waynesville;
Hospital Board-V A BracBcy
of Waynesville Rj e Spjdo,
j Stone of Canton.
County Auditor - James M.k
jandXm-Jack Allison .reappoint-
C Xssistr.nl tax coUcc.orMrs J
.. r: WavnPSVltll H
smooth'' dancing competi
tion, and the Waynesville Junior
Chamber of Commerce learn, called
by llarrv Kerley, was judged tops
in the clog event.
,,. . (.......,.. ... wivi. nr. , m.:j ...
pombe County, was runnerup for , 6A;
smooth dancing honors, and Laurel fctf
Park of llendersnnville placed sec-
. . . t . nr...,,.i:i.illi. T-.iv. . lV
ond Deninci in ,.,'"""" '
Johnny Zachary was caller lor
Buncombe team, and John Bell
Houston directed the Henderson-,
, , tp rjicne Waynesviue. i .. -
Monday, December 4 Decreas- j f cvf)e who wi!l be the of- j rxccl,tive CommittCC
cloudiness and cold with dim- "V - k r : 1. ,
whi- . .. . - fices field woimi. ,.t xf ri dc Tn moP.t
winag nionaay .ana otui.-i Earlit.rt sheriff tampoeo ; ji tciua
i intiiii . iincn a v inir h nil lu ii- ' . . . . . rinniu ihc r v. - i
'Official Waynesville tempera
,Ure as recorded by the staff of the
Nate Test Farm)!
Date Max. Mln. Rainfall
... 52 15 . ...
1 58 13 ....
2 62 41
3 ........ 61 50 .10
weiii i ii.i.-i.-, .'mi. .
Waynesville Township High School
student from Francis Cove.
The lovely 1949 queen. Mr
Jennie Mac Karly, made the coro
nation after Judges T. C. Boberson,
Buncombe County schools superin
tendent. Haymond Sutton of the
.. ,.. f ..i Ci'li9 iinH Harrv
rune mas: .. . ,,..i.u..
, .. infl IllL'll VI""1'" Tl... ..,., f ll:iv-lr.m lUOIPI hiii.
packages and Christmas cards. ; y II;izt,iwood. chose Miss Fer
iwt master J. Hardin Howell. , gus()1 from among lhe five finalists ,
Sr ,avs cards and gifts should bc-. ma(jc p thP ,ueen' court. .
. hot ween uccciii-, . .i a',, v master ot cere- .. .
mailed some - - jonauian ville cloggers.
her 10 and December 15. at the . moni(,s fof thls event, announced runnerup ih
latest: .,, ... tUo ; the winner, . , d'nr, contest won $50 and $25
By doing that you Will avoid the, Mjgs Ferguson's prize is $100 (Uvision; .
usual last-minute rush and be fl coU(?ge educaUon E na th string bands were
L th. vour cards and gifts reach she does not go to college the JuMJ" varH. state
K-our friends before Christmas. ,ward wil! revert to the Fest.va. (jf CuUowhee, fc
: Major Howell a.so po m- -; fund.- , u Miss and W. J. Martin of Brasstown
hat the incoming V Z. m , -V.. r.k The dance judges were W
Heg.na rergu: s oi r jUng ()f Ash(..ville, Wayne Hol
Mifs S"'Fran 1 S tn of S ! .and of Brasstown. and Lonnie
MiFrances Shelton of . P.ips . f0ntcs,
JAl!hb!IcC.Tew of the more than hut the Friendly Five, led by Ton,
m -athed after the conte, to : i?k
see Santa Claus arrive and watch ; Southerncer
i : n.tii. ii. . ..tftnn nni n Hi t liic; um""' - . .. n... .. -.
The executive promo m. ,ie chised the pro-i honorable ment. on .or u.e..
oance ivr: -.!J;u. formances.
usually starts reaching large I
Portior.s between December 10
i and December 15.
nnoneed the new - deputies were
" i nIH tnrmLT Tho PICPC.'UIIVH I'l w""
Carl beuer, . Haywood Baptist As- dance cpmesw. -.nai .
Waynesville poiice.iia . - - ' meet i(1 the offices gram just before miamgoe
MP from Deliwood; Charlie Jones , , n will ,mel 1 o Thursday l The Brookshire String 1
b-.rHnm: Cordell Evans. flf Morgan and warp oi . . ... , ,...,:,, ip,i bv
. ,, ... ,
from nwoodrCharUe - --ciat'o" having the
nn nf Beaveraam; u.u ,u - mintf u be-1 Hpndersonviue, wa y r-,v..v ..tiP..t Utn
v i. ...111 corup 'SS, ;hl a) 7 .i . 1 IK mcv...0
e" f Maggie. Wno wni - . lugm ciH nf HrAnlfvhire. fi
i iailer: ana r.veien
roy of Deliwood Road.
(See Officers Pag? 2
McEl- in, called by Horace L. bman u lirooKs, c ; r tcgt.
. i ihu rnmra i- nrize oi o" .
r-.nlnn cnailinao i - -
prize oi .
and Marie Bell's Champipn TOICA
mnsi heauliful beard.
The victory gave him
cash first place award.
: : "I
1 1 I S
I ' ' ' " - - "V It -nfJ.wi'.... 1
; - ' v air"
The Lake Junalusk.i Methihft
Assemblv will l.iuneh $Mi.0i1
worth of new building projects
early next year
The new work consists ( addi
tion or improcineiits to rxl.ttr
structures antt is p.ut ,,t the JliOO,
000 expansion progi.un
The Assembly s buildin-2 and
grounds commitlee appropriHled
the funds during a recent meet
ing tit the lake.
Of the total. SIOti.oiMl i. fir
marked for the construction oi ad
ditional units to the new Junalus
ka Apartments, the 20-umt hous
ing project which was built List
spring. This project wllj be named
in honor" of J. B. hey of Charlotte,
one of the Assembly's most loval
supporters Officials said tbrv
hoped that the funds would be
sufficient to build 20 more units
In the other projects. $'! ' 0O1
was appropriated for the comple
tion of the chapel. This will he the
, const ruction of a Memorial Uonnt
'honoring the servicemen and wo
men of the Southeastern Jim.sdic
I K.n who sacrificed their lives dur-
ing World War H
1 The other $25,000 will go into
improvements to the auditorium.
Approximately half ol the SHOO.
mill In 1 inds for expansion of the
Assembl. has been raised, either
In actual donations or in pledges
The Improvements already made
under the program include the
construction of the 20-unil Juna
luska Apartments, the rebuilding
of Ihe bridg. n th iuipaov'e.
ment of the Terrace, the Assem
bly's main- hotel.
Construction work on the new
projects Is scheduled to start a,
soon as the weal her becomes la vol -aide,
either late this winter m
: early next spring.
. The Assembly itself will .do ti'.
work under the supervision of Kd
win L. Jones of Charlotte, a men'
her of the building and ground
committee who is an executive ot
the .1. A Jones-Construction Com
The other members of the com
mittee, in addition to Mr. .lone
are Dr Elmer T. (Talk ot L.ik
! Junaluska and New York. Dr 11 C.
j Allen. Assembly superintendent .
'. Hear Admiral W N. 'I homa .. r
; dred. of Lake Junalu-ka. llem:-
, Gramling. ot Gramling. S C, ..-ml
illugli Massle of Waynesville
One man lav in Haywood C'1,.ir,'
hospital today tinder treatiiu rt fee
bullet wound's wlyle poll...- nigb'
his accused asatlarrt
Thomas Gilliland ib'")' '"- "'
Howell Mill Head, wa- b"1
left shoulder and left rd.- . it'irdv
night as he walked up a -I " ' ' '
driveway just olt M-oi "-'i""'
engage .. ui..
I Police Chid ():'-..- No 1 1 "'
Jim Melt.-n. v. -"'-;"
was charged w.d- ' !"
The sear. ;i to,-. h Hon wa - "'
' ufiderwae a' noim )oda
' Chief Noland said Hie -boniub.'
W out of an argument " e
,-,-,.,! earlier ,n Hie ' vennn:
ollcc were still il!V's"U-'"inS '
Mountaineer went to pi
Here ,s vour queen. Miss Ma.y Lou Fe.
a.ned queen of the Fourth annual
Harvest Festival. More than 2.000 1
Ml', Armory see the
events that dosed the annual. est ,val.
jiu.nr ,,' I I, tin is Cove wa
: .:: .,
,,-uinil numy loo.o. v
ip;,: ::-.r.imed 'the V.'ayr.es-,
th,- ijue-n and the "'her
Injured .. . . 28
Killed . . 1.7
(Tbts information com
piled from Record of