STANDARD VTC, CC
Coup 22d-Z"n s IV-
Husband: What's left of a
sweetheart after the nerve
has been killed.
Ijlany Stars In
Loention setting a record
topper. Three weens s w
,JchnZarkinsky who hasnt
C.daj s milking in me o
r '.r. k. has been working
KJr.nd we sked.
F" "I? L, .H his
hart been telling us so. Up
' . n.:., Pnf hasn't miss-
L in 15 years-and that's
111 In 23 years, e u
I but 32 mtlkings two weeks
L uiness in his family, and
F ... ...lii. AJ I -
rtkfnd trip, wun i ueu iu
L fieure he's milked 401,
Li since 1928.
ling A Meal
L ks ago E. W. White of
nw haH i stroke. He Is 82
old, and it was the first time
life he had ever Been too
i mist a meal. He also took
list medicine right after the
but on the second day he
patinc asain. and so far
missed another meal.
White has two brothers,
84 and Jim 80. All resl
and natives of Iron Duff.
mbwstina thine about the
brothers; they were all born
rch, two years apart, and only
i having their birthdays on
mo day of the month by just
White is a rather small man
:hine about 140 to 150
It Reeves is finding his work
lilowhee rather difficult he
eking one of the old dormi
al the college Davies Hall
lake room for a new struc-
hthat is making Reeves' work
limit is the fact that numer
ic newspapers are being
in the rooms, and about the
raj copies, of The Momvtaln-
'jtai back in the early twenU
rried much news of Interest
workmen. They are salvag
nny of the papers, and read-
ic yellowed pages from cover
Key to the City
chemist at Clmmnlon Pnner
ire Company, Jack ChaDtnan
pverdam has to know what's
ibout the acid and finer oon-
I woods. In case there's anv
in his mind about white oak.
has a sample to carry a-
Mcmbers of the White Oak
unity presented him with a
larvcd key of white oak.
-when they visited Beav-
flier well known tree land-
wve way this week to the
Iian's axe the large locust
urch street in front of Ray's
cut down. -
tree was rotten about half
I ugh the trunk, and was a
nai danger to the street, and
My Vehicles that nm tho
R lot in front of the store.
Wished Twiee-A-Week In The County Scat ot Haywood County At The Eastern Entrance Of The Great Smoky Mountains National Tark
66th YEAR NO. 20 20 PAGES Associated Press
WAYNESVILLE, N. C, THURSDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 8, 1931 $3.00 In Advance In Haywood and Jackson Countiai
Mount Junaluska Officially Recognized
ncis Cove To
tds Cove Community is the
I ",ea io decide to send the
Feer to its men In service,
" "PSl reearda anrl urlchos"
first men to rriva thc
rT.",H10ns are Sgt. Frank
f-adford. Pvt. jamp n s.Uk
tara R Rlrkmon rv,i
B' Riekman. MSot Mrv &
p. and Mark E. Hollings
h ak Communltv startpH
ft rolling with subscriptions
acveraa weens ago.
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'"The peak marked byahe arrow, clearly shows Mount Junaluska, overlooking the Assembly wounds.
The peak is 6,071 feet high, and the official recognition is due to the untiring eflorts of It. t, Wil
burn, well known historian and engineer, in working out the facts. This photograph was made from
Camp Jualuska for Girls hill by Frank Miller.
If So Desired
Town officials of Wayncsvilli' itiul lla.elwooct have unan
imously accepted ami adopted the .recommendations of the
Inter-City Commission with respect to the two towns. The re
port is a complete1 endorsement of consolidation. However,
the report recommends and provides an opportunity where
by the voters of either lown may have a vote on the proposal
should lb per cent of the qualified voters of either town peti
tion for an election. Should an election not be called, consoli
dation would become effective at a date to be set forth in the
General Assembly bill which has been submitted as part of
' The two hoards of aldermen, and mayors, met in separate
sessions Wednesday, and hca'd their respective 3-mcmber
unit of the commission, present the 40-patfe report in detail.
The Inter-City commission bewail their work on February
sixth, and have almost continuously since that time been
gathering data and information relative to the two towns.
The final draft or the report was completed and signed by
the commission here Monday night.
The recommendations provide that the municipality
would be called the Town of Waynesville, and would embrace
all the area now included in the two towns.
Knows Her Fox Hounds
erchanls Slaninn Salute
Spring With Special
Sales This Week -End
25 More To
The Selective Service Hoard has
announced the names of the za
men from Haywood County who
will leave for induction on Friday,
March 16. They are: Lindsey Kay
Rogers, Bryce Dean McAninch,
Lawrence Hue Carver, James Wil
liam Rector, David Hugh Inman,
Hoy Frank Reece, Erwin Floyd Me
haffey, Ted Vernon Clark, Thomas
Ray Miller, Charles Gerald Creas-
man, Luther Chasteen Wyatt.
Also. Ralph Sutton, B u r 1 1 n
Queen, Walter Edward Sorrells,
Billy Lee McAninch, Burlin David
Roberts, Kenneth Ray Worlry,
Samuel Marcus Setzcr, David Josh
Welch, Arvill Carver, Jr., Roy Vin
son Farmer, Carlos Monroe Free,
Edgar Green Roy Glen Stephens,
and Robert Samuel Bradley.
York Rite Masons
To Meet Friday
Waynesville Chapter No. fill.
Royal Arch Masons, will hold a
Stated Convocation Friday nighl.
March 9, at 7:30 p.m. All York
Rite Masons are invited to attend.
There will also he a rehearsal
In the Royal and Select Master Degrees.
Merchants nf this community
are this week-end making a special
"Salute To Spring" with many un
usual bargains in the stores
throughout the community.
The event is timed for the Easier
shopper, as well as those who arc
preparing their homes and farms
for the annual arrival of Spring.
Many merchants have been look
ing forward to this event and have
made special purchases of mer
chandise preparatory to the sales
event this week-end.
The merchandise is new, and the
prices have been marked to the
"bargain point," it was explained.
This event is being sponsored by
the Merchants Association.
Shoppers will be well repaid for
visiting the many stores here this
week-end. Many of the specials
being offered will be found in the
advertising columns of The Moun
To Meet Here
The Board of Directors of the
Western North Carolina Tourist
Association will meet in Waynes
ville on Thursday, March 15. The
meeting will be held in the Ma
sonic Temple at 10:30 a.m. Rep
resentatives are expected from
the twelve counties in the area.
Officers of the association are
.lames Myers of Bryson City, pres
ident; Paul Hyatt, vice president;
and 'Mrs. Edith Alley, secretary-treasurer.
11. C. YYilhiiiM, an authority on
history of llio Great Smoky Moun
tain area, and an engineer of note,
lias found that official recognition
of Mount Junaluska has been
established. In a detailed, and of
ficial document, Mr. Wjlliurn points
out the details about the peak, as
The most prominent natural
features bearing the name. 'Juna
luska." are Junaluska ridne, and
Mount Junaluska The lidRe is
four miles long, and is situated a
bout three to five miles from Way
nesville and Haelwood It breaks
off from Enos IMott Balsam, runs
northeastward three miles to
Mount Junaluska, and thence an
other mile about east, to a Hat
eminence of 44r.r) feet, which over
looks the head of Mauiicy' Cove.
Eno.s Plott Balsam, with elevation
6088 feet, is the northeast term
inus of the Plott Balsam range.
As of 1358. Prof. Arnold Guyot
(See Mount Junaluska Page 8)
Red Cross Campaign
Although the first regular report
of the workers on the 1951 Red
Cross Fund Drive is not due until
Friday, co-chairman A. J. Fancher
expresses himself as "much en
couraged" by the response in the
sections which have been contacted.
Mr. Fancher pointed out that
since this year's quota is $5,082.
and since last year's drive brought
In only $2700, it will be necessary
to raise nearly double the amount
collected. The Haywood chapter
has now completely exhausted its
funds. Every effort is being made
to contact everyone.
Do to the efforts of David
Bradley, Mr. Fancher continued,
the Frog Hollow and Hazclwnod
business sections have given more
than double what they did last
year, and "If-the remainder of the
area does the same, we will make
our quota." '
Mr. Underwood remarked that in
the four consecutive years in which
he has worked on the drive, the re
sponse this year is the best he has
ever seen. Working In the depot
section, he and Mr. Fancher re
ceived a 100 per cent response.
Mr. Fancher emphasized partic
ularly that nearly three-fourths of
I See Red Cross Paee 8)
List Of Vouchers
Issued For Month
The board of county commission
ers arc today publishing the list of
vouchers issued in January againsi,
The board announced thai they
would give to the public each
month, the complete list of coun
ty expenditures. The 'isting shows
the person or firm receiving the
money, the amount, and the servic
es or merchandise purchased.
The February lis' will be pub
lished in a few days next week -and
then each month just, as soon
as the auditor can make out the
list for publication, it was explain
ed. "We want the people to know,
and see just where the tax money is
going, and publishing the complete
list of vouchers will, show just
that," Chairman C. C. Francis said, records."
Looks Like More
"The srass never erew faster,
nor turned greener than it has
in the past week," is the opinion
of Jar vis Caldwell, of Iron Pun".
"We fanners mho depend a lot
on Brass for our pastures, are
elated over the way the irrowth
has developed in the past week,"
Other fanners have pointed
out that even with extreme cold
weather within the next few
weeks, the present lirowth of
Kruss will not be hurl too much.
Invited To Take
Part In Promotion
Members of the Haywood Coun
ty Local Tourist Association voted
to extend an invitation to persons
in tlie Canton "'area who' benefit
from the tourist trade tu join the
The association plans to com
plete its membership drive by the
end of this month. .Twenty mem
bers were present at the uieeling,
which was held in the Courthouse
The Haywood Counl.v Classroom
Teachers Association will meet on
Monday night, March 12, at 7:30
p m. at the Central Klementary
school. Charles Isley, of Waynes
ville High School, is president of
Hie organizal inn.
two Waynesville sturleiUs an
included in the Dean's List for the
past semester at the Woman's Col
lege of the University of North
Carolina. The Misses KMse Green
Jind Dorothy Martel are n.''mrrt a??
having made "superior academic
Highway Patrol Combats
Rain, Heavy Fog To Get
Blood For Emergency Case
The highway patrol pushed
through misting rain and thick fog
early Wednesday morning with
blood plasma from the Red Cross
Bloodbank in Asheville for an em
ergency case in the Hospital here.
Patrolman Bryan Basden met a
patrol car from Buncombe at the
county line, and brought the blood
Lep Davis, .administrator of the
Hospital reported that, such coop
eration by the patrol had aided in
many similar emergency cases. He
was warm in his praise of the fast
work, of those assisting in meeting
The patient responded satisfac
torily immediately after getting
i i n ft, Uncmtnl Vinrp Tha HlnnH
was on hand in one hour after the (the blood transfusion, and is in
initial call was made. proving, Mr. Davis reported.
Tin; provision would establish
the city manager form of city gov,
ernnieiil, wltb a mayor, and ,lvc
aldermen. Two -'members' of the
board to be residents of the south
west end of the town, and three
members from the northeast part.
The dividing line would be the pre
sent Waynesville-Ha.elwood line
by the high school, and continuing
on to the Nlnevah road. All of
Haelwood, Country Club, and Al
iens Creek would be ward two;
and the remainder of what is now
Wayn. sville vmld be ward one.
Candidates would be voted on at
large by all of the citizens. Voters
living in ward one would vole for
live aldermen, and a mayor, as
would those living in ward two.
The mayor for the city could be
a resident of either ward.
In reference to the commission's
recommendation as to the election
ol a board of aldermen and mayor,
I he report says:
'Ward No. 1 is the area designat
ed as north of the 'line of division'
and would comprise approximately
the area of the present Waynes
ville. the Country Club and Allen's
.Creek sections excluded. It is this
area which would have elected
i i oni it, three aldermen.
"Ward No. 2 is the area designat
ed as south of the 'line of division'
and would comprise approximately
the area of the present HazeKvood
plus the 'Country Club and Allen's
Creek areas. It is this area which
would have elected from it, two
"The two wards have been laid
out by the Commission to give rep
resentation approximately in pro
por'ion to the population and areas
Candidates for the Office of
Mayor would announce from either
or bold wards. As provided in the
Hill, all candidates would be voted
on by Hie residents of both wards.
"It is believed by the Commis
sion that this arrangement is the
fairest, and the most practical that
(See Report Patre 8i
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This is Jane McKlroy, 8-year-old daughter of Mr, and Mrs, Devoe
McKlroy, of Iron Dull. Jane is holding two pups, that are among
the many champion dogs owned by her father. Mr. McElroy owns
"Dixie N,C. Champion" and winner of fourth place in the na
tion in 11148. Jane's love for the pups is only natural her father
is one of tlie leading authorities on dogs in this area. 'Staff Photoi.
Frank D. Ferguson, Jr.
Named Chairman Haywood
Board Of Elections
Willi several slighl changes to be
made Ibis week on the blueprints,
everything is in readiness for final
approval of the Hospital Expansion
plans hy slate and federal officials.
The Hospital trustees have ap
proved the final set of plans, and
it is expected thai, the formal ap
proval by the stale and federal
agencies will be completed soon,
and bids for the $7ti0,000 unit ad
vertised. l,ee Davis, administrator, said
thai several 'onl i -actors have been
calling relative lo entering bids.
Interest in the-project is attracting
n'lich interest , be said.
The adwitising lor bids requires
;5) days. Midi work slated to begin
within ten days alter the contracts
The Haywood County Hoard ot
Elections elected Frank D. Fergu
son, Jr., chairman to succeed Crom
Cole, who recently resigned from
Other business transacted at the
meeting, which was held -Thuisday
morning, was directing the secre
tary lo write the Chairman of th
Board of Cmnty Commiodioners
recommending and approving pay
ment of $10 10 White Oak Com
munity for the use of their Com
munity House in the last general
elect ioji. This amount is tlut
generally approved and paid to
persons for tlie use of the premise:;
in conducting an election.
Forestry Program ..Here
To Receive Recognition
850th City Tag
Has Been Sold
The sale of city lags continue:;;
wilh the 8,r)t)th being sold yester
day, according to Chief of Police
All motorists operating vehicle;
in Waynesville must have a city
lag, according to the ordinance.
The lags are $1 per year.
Failure to have a tag could, re
sult in a fine of $10, plus costs.
The week beginning March 11
has been designated as Forestry
Week by the eoVinty Community
Development Forestry Commission.
A program has been planned to
show the importance of forest con-u-i-ujilinn
a nH the nnssihihtiCs of
in,rp;isnd income for owners of ' of 'he Iir plantinus in Haywood
woodland by application of good
tieipants an opportunity to "see for!
themselves" what has been done in1
planting, grazing, manufacturing,'
On Mondav. March 12. Ihe tour1
starts at I o'clock H will visit one i
On Sunday, March 11. the Com
mission is asking all ministers to
mention stewardship, particularly
as it applies to the care of natural
Monday through Thursday there
will be a series ol tours, all leav
ing from the Courthouse in
Waynesville. These will give par-
County on the farm of V. L. j
Leopard in HatclilTe Cove. The)
tour will proceed to the Champion
Nursery to see Christmas tree i
plantings, and on to the Cham-j
pion plantings at Lake Logan.
On Tuesday, March 13, the tour
starts at 10 a.m., and. should re
turn about 4;30. As Tuesday has 1
been named "Forest Protection!
(See Forestry Page 8) 1
Killed .... 0
(This information com
piled from Records t
State Highway PatroL)
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