STANDARD PTG CO
; Larger Fish ,
iei,ks ag, The Moun-
yshed picture o
,iv,te lake of Kepresen-
Lht the eye Of C A.
L.mn Mr. Woody was
Inch king fish-for size
,M winter, me ueorge
Ii every woru ; in me
.. '.with the paper, I
lo live in the mountains
winter sunsnme ai uie
,tee counterpart ot we
Ihjve got t.ann nuiw
uager of the Cherokee
ntn These Hills", is posi-
LNunnehi are responsible
ior that is making tne
Western North Carolina.
1M is: an seats are aoia
i entire season perform-
l -.to These Hills.'
L haven't even opened
ticket office " white
L have had a nice
it the summer, but a sell
ko! No! .'A thousand times
Nunnehi. The Cherokee
inc their drums under the
lading all sorts of wild
for the fun of seeing we
to Cherokee legend,
lehi live under ground,
tv have town houses and
normal way of life. They
night when It begins to
and beat their drums
and make all kinds of
66th YEAR NO. 36 16 PAGES
bed Twicc-A-Week In The County Seat of Haywood County At The Eastern Entrance Of The Great Smoky Mountains National Park
L : i c !- - - . : : :
He: "I love you terribly
She; "Vo certainly do:"
liovcmber Woodrow Lee
hunting trip, He wore a
wristwatch, and during
the band broke, and the
off his wrist,
sod the timepeace when
led home. He not to thlnk-
il was he looked at his
last time he remember-
did not get Wtoafortha
rip to the forest until
five, monhs later, plus lots
and ice. He went to the
after pushing around the
fund his watch. ,
tad it up, wound it, "Ani
icace started ticking away.
was doing when dropped
I1I1S agO. . ;- .
If works for Pet Dairv.
enjoying Mis: watch
new, and strong
fink And White
Wood timp in Wavwond
V 'he pink and white 'var.
fr'ng to outdo themselves
the most attractive spots
jnue variety is the Bon-A-
cemetery, in Highway No
u oacK of Dr. I. B. Funke,
s Mve tic alii,
t .10 of the mnat nrnlifl
fming trees are the ones
jams Of MlSs T.nU Warrnlrf
g Along the Facts
f'on there is a travel club,
I.UJU memhoro Tho
UU htr i
, CAUCrtEIlL'Cg VI
f0Ut thp rmnntm. n , .1
4. ,. vM,,VtjF( i,u will-
1 1 unamgs in a booklet.
all the good Dlacea to
"wr-night, and such
Negotiate Saving On
New Low Bid For
The county commissioners were
elated this morning over the sav
ing of $11,783 on the heating con
tract on the expansion of th Hos
pital. Due to technical complications
arising from the original heating
bids on April 17th, the commis
sioners asked for new bids to be
Lests for ticket reserva- kpened May first,
i nc iuw uiu un pru i i was
$68,699. The low bid in the last
opening was $56,886, and was sub-
telling me about them. Heating of waynesville and Rogers
time of year when they ( Plumbing and Heating of Ashevillc,
a joint bid.
This additional saving on the job
hrines the total of about $90,000
under estimated cost for the $760,-
uuu unit or the Hospital, which win
give an additional 49 beds to the
The low bids are being checked
by the State and Federal medical
groups, which are paying for 70
per cent of the cost of the project,
These agencies have until May 17th
to approve the bids, and then the
contractors have ten days in w hich
to begin their work.
The low bid for the general con
tract was made by McDevitt &
Street, of Charlotte.
"We are very happy over the
saving of more than $11,000,"
Charles C. Francis, chairman said
today. "We feet that we are get
ting a good price on the entire
project, and look forward to seeing
work begin in the near future,'.
Insurance Topic Of
Members of the recently organ
ized Maggie Community Develop
ment Program met on Monday to
hear of the group hospitalization
plan now available to community
Dr. R. Suart Roberson explained
in detail the special group hospital
ization and surgical insurance tor
members of the County Develop
ment Program. Pamphlets were
Hisirlhntoff and membership cards
left to be filled in by those signing
up for the insurance.
As the community has so recent
ly been organized, residents were
urged to work extra hard in ac
quiring membership so that: they
may benefit as members of the first
The next meeting of the Com
munity is set for May 23 at 8 p.m.
when John Harris, Landscape Arch
itect from State College is sched
uled to be present. He will discuss
home ground beautilication and
will show films on the topic.
Assistant County Agent Grover
Dobbins was in charge of the meet
ing, Which was held at me maBB.--
WAYNESVILLE, N, C. THURSDAY AFTERNOON, MAY 3, 1951 $3.00 In Advance In Haywood and Jackson Countia
Road East Of Canton Getting A Layer Of Crushed Stone
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Board Re-Names Mrs.
Of Haywood Schools
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Work of putting down crushed stone on the new section of Highway No. 19-23 cast of Canton
weeks it was said. This picture was made looking towards the font of the Canton hill. Just
m... . 1 1 U J . ..J ... i ... rt. . . .
jamuuu iiisui;, 1110 ioau lias ut'fll S.U aisnu'lH'U, 11Q wtUl'IU'll
In tlie riKht
Th e contiat'tois liopo to let trallii' thiounh
Tin' Jul) will take several
of tins pietuie is the higli
the new road by May ISth.
In the very near future, High
way patrolmen here will set up a
checking station, on a "busy high
way ' and cheek every vehicle, plus
tr'Mte patrttfteen are g"irte after
"gutted" mufflers, as well as faul
ty brakes, lights, and windshield
"There are too many vehicles,
with gutted mufflers on thorn, and
we plan lo make a rigid check at
an earlv date," Cpl Pritchard Smith
Motorists found with such muf
flers are subject to a fine of $10 to
$50. plus costs, Cpl. Smith said.
"Owners of vehicles with this
type muffler, faulty lights or brakes
would do well to get the correction
made at once, because no excuses
will be tolerated when tho inspec
tion station is sot up in the near
future," he continued.
Is Reached In
Reports show only about half of
I mo vvaynesvuie quoia oi $owu nus
boon raised in the current drive
for funds for the Crusade Against
.According to Miss Louise daddy
and Bob Hall, co-chairmen for this
area, the drive will continue un
til th- quota is reached-, Solicita
tion will be carried on in the busi
ness districts and the theatres for
the remainder of this week and
longer, if necessary.
The drive is being sponsored by
the Waynesville Jayvcos and the
Secretaries Club Contributions
may bo mailed lo Cancer, Box 50!).
Governor Of Georqia To
Attend Ramp Convention
Trucks Will Be
Checked for Loads
Truckers are warned todav that
checking would begin in Haywood
about 15th for overloaded trucks.
The highway - patrol will do the
Members of the patrol assisted In
making a check in Jackson tins
week, and found three violators -one
paid a total of $243.25 fonliav
ing an overload.
The now load limits as paod liv
the 11151 Legislature impose si 1 1 1
fiOnaliles for vehicles found
mure load than the license
calls I Hiimort Tolmidg
are essential to satis-
f the mnmhono
ago a member had
I flU Mr. Unitca
PC therp Ku. r tu-
b Pbcp tho n.,k.
TmnA to their aesniatM
Thc whole deal is non-
'". Unrt Hnn- At--,., r --
i. vjuntj cuiueiy ior
and convenience of the
VFW Will Meet
The Haywood Memorial Post of
the VFW will meet at the Court
House Friday evening at eight
o'clock, according to an announce
ment made today by Al Marshall,
commander. . ... ,
Cole Cogburn. state senior vice
commander, will be the speaker,
following the election of officers.
Sammy Powell 13,
Neck In Wreck
Sammy Powell, 13-year-old son
of Mr. and Mrs. J N. Powell, of
Canton, is undergoing plastic sur
gery at the Angel Hospital in
Franklin, following serious injur
ies received April 15th in an auto
mobile accident near Highlands,
Young Powell has u fractured neck.
He recerived severe head, and fac
ial wounds, including the loss of
most of his teeth.
He was riding with his brothers,
Hugh 16, Pat, 10, and Bobby Moore,
who was'driving. Hugh and Bobby
are members of the Canton high
The car was demolished.
Latest area to organize under
the Community 'Development Pro-
grain is Maggie, Great interest in
the -benefits of the program was
shown at the organization meeting.
Officers elected are: chairman,
Frank MehafTey; vice chairman.
Hulan Gibson; secretary. Thelma
Rich; treasurer. Bert -Walgreen;-
and reporter, Evelyn Silcr.
Mrs. E. C. Apperton of Mac
Minnvillc. Ore, will arrive tomor
row to spend several days with her
niece Mrs. Nora Swift Atkins, and
her nephew, W. F. Swift. Mrs. Ap
perton, the former Miss Alvas
Norwood ,is a native of Waynesville.
All Haywood county tourist op
erators wore today reminded that
Saturday, May 5, is the deadline
for having their places listed on
the 1951 Accommodations Listing.
Mrs Sam Queen, president of the
Haywood County Tourist Associa
tion, urged that applications and
duos be sent to .1 C. Scay. treas
urer, Route 2, Waynesville. no later
than' Saturday. The listing is
scheduled to go to press on Mon
If Sunday. May 13th. is a fair
day, at least 10.000 persons will
jam the Black Camp area for the
22nd annual Hump Convention, ac
cording to J. N. I'owull, president
ol the organization.
"We had rain
on the llrst, and
so we arc expect
ing a perfect day
this year," tie
Even w 1 1 h a
steady rain all
dav last Ma y,
more than 4,000
man Talmago, of
l Georgia, is expected to attend this
ivear. lie will share the platform
wilb North Carolina s Secretary ol : f (,.,, highway -putrid, and police do-
Slate Thad Euro, who is the annual partinoiils.
speaker lor the occasion. All the parking lot between tin
! Others who have signified their court House and LcKaine Mote!
: intentions of attending include : u m jj,. mailable for the public.
George Ross, prominent Raleigh
attorney, and Charles Parker, head
i of the Slate News Bureau.
! Interest In the 'event indicates
: thai people from four or five near
by slates will attend, according to
i Clarence C. Medford. secretary.
The five charter members' are
I President' Powell., prominent Can-
Ion lumberman; Floyd Woody,
! mayor of Canton; Claude Williams,
I liinnor member of the board of
'elections, Dewey Snl t on. farmer,
and Bill Pawner, merchant.
Hundreds of bushels of ramps
will be gathered, and on band Tor
the festivities, plus black collee,
scrambled eggs, and hot corn bread.
Two Changes Made
In Membership Of
Mrs. Lucy Jones was re-elected
county superintendent of educa
tion of Haywood for a two-year
term by the board of education
Mrs. Jones succeeded Jack Mes-
sor, who re-entered the Navy nn
February first. Mrs. Jones' cur
rent term was to June 30th. find
the election of the two-year term
Tuesday extends her term of office
to June 30, 1953.
The hoard made two changes on
township committees at their meet
ing Tuesday. Whltener Provost was
named to take the place of C. N.
Allen on the Waynesville commit
tee. Mr. Allen has served for 12
years, and asked the board to re-
! hove him of further duties
Tom Rogers, of Finos Creek, also
i asked to bo relieved as a member
of that committee, and the board
I named Paul Ferguson as his sue-
Wolf Laurel lo Black Camp Gap. j cessor.
The construction is being done I "H"'h Mr. Allen and Mr. Rogers
bv Nello Terr Construction Com-1 have served long and well on their
i..,nv ,,r iimh:,,,, u-iiii.i l. ('..! respect ive commit toes," J . W . Kil-
Thi' Parkway project from Black
Camp Gap lo lleintonga is being
built by Hie Gallinburg Construc
A road block will be erected al
Soeo (iap on the Parkway on May
13th, in order that no travel What
ever will use the graded roadway.
The .section of the Blue Itidgi
Parkway trom Soon Gap to Black
Camp Gap will be closed to all
vehicles on May 13, it was an
nounced todav, in a joint statement
from the contractor and engineers
of the U. S Bureau of Public
Work ol pulling down stone Is
underway, and this will ro(iiire
I about eight weeks, and no travel
I will be permuted by public ve
hicles, it was said.
Three layers of stone will be put
on the graded road, w hich is 4 li
miles in leiiclli The road from
! Soeo G.:p to Woll Laurel is 12
I miles, w hile it is 3 4 miles trom
May 3 Tlmrerlav
'Olldv cn,ll J . . '
at.nl. I t'rnn , t am rnr
pi'Sht showers and thun-
f". not anl U. 1J
. uuiiuu. rnuay
rnKe in tcmn.r.lr.
r - m,
,ecorded by the State Test
Fieeiha Distillers Drop
Hat, As Officers Arrive
Capt. Ward Has
daDt. A E.
Set For Wednesday
An entire dav of meetings
tobacco planting was announced
today by Wayne Corponing, County
Agent. On Wednesday, May 9, R.
It, Bennett, tobarro specialist, will
give demonstrations of the reac
tions of several types of chemicals
and fertilizers on plant beds.
Wednesday's schedule is as fol
lows; 9 a m. Jim Best, Upper Crab
tree; 10' a.m. T. C, Davis, Iron
Duff: 11 a.m. D. J. Boyd, Jona
than Crook; 1 p.m. Test Farm,
Waynesville. 3 p.m. George Sta
nley, pigeon; and 4:30 p.m. Fred
Somewhere, hereabouts, there is
a distiller minus a hat.
Officers in searching for a still
in the "Wildcat" section of the
rotintv. found a place where a still
Ward observed his! had been hurriedly pulled up, m iann.
v"r- ,irjcaa atifact, at a distance mey saw men
93rd birthday here. Wednesday at
..m m and Mrs J R. Mor- mountainside.
- , . l- kAlruiH hmlri the . J .. I
Of captain as " :'Ktu " - , rne Deer was aesiioyeu. wimcj
railroad from Via ron io j tne hat and condenser were Drougni , Hooper Aiexanaer, in. son oi
i n t ft ina ennrm k unit r. - . nu mi"- .
Just whose name was in the hat Jr.. of Waynesville. was one-of 22 1
was not given out by officers. (students at Davidson College re-,
tv,o nirinar. mniiini) ths raid ! ppntlv tanned for membership in)
Flag Sale Set
The annual sale ol Conlederale
Hags will bo oondiiclcd b inem
hers - of the llaywo Chapter.
I L'nited Daughters of the Conleiler-
i acy. Saturday, May 5.
Mrs. N. W. Garrett is serving as
chairman for the evenl.
75 Club Women
Seventy-live home deition-trat ion
club members attended the Cake
j Baking .Demonstration given y
i Miss Virginia Wilson, foods and
! nutrition specialist from State Col
lege, at the Home Demonstration
Kitchen Wednesday afternoon.
Following the demonstration
Miss Wilson distributed booklets
of recipes. Additional conies ol the
recipes may be obtained Iiomi the
Home Agent's ollice.
Pvt. Ptobert W. Enslcy
NoVv At Fort Knox, Ky.
Pvt. Robert W. Enslcy. of Balsam,
is now with the 7lh Company, stu
dent regiment, the Armored School
at Fort Knox, Ky
Pvt. Ensloy entered the service
on January 3rd. and received his
oa.SiC M.nniOK in run ii""u, ivi,.., , ... ., .
where ho was attached to the 322nd ! par.ment. ina.cat.ons are uwu
Tank unit. He was transferred l-named ch,p will consume the
Camp Polk.- La., and recently (o : greatest time on tho doeke
Fort Km... where he will be .ini. Only three cases are docketed
school for 13 weeks. j .,r .Tuesday 1 hey are
Plans are to return lo his com-lKogtrs Electric; Turpi n w M.it
panv upon completion of this, thews, ot ux ct al.; and Davis,
special training. Artjur- vs Caldwell. Admr. The
1 . .:..i ...,-,. i, u- " Davis-Ca dwell case is the first now
1......J ninn n iiiu.r f 'om-i one on the docket
eiolJiovru el j,m""i. 1 . . . . it
above naving oeen conunueu uum
Court House Lot
Fixed For Parking
The parking lot al tho court
house was remarked by the police
department tliis week The white
linos are for the, public, and the
yellow lines for official vehicles.
No parking will bo permitted in
the rear of the court bouse except
i.-M-s Ih'Ioiil'Iiil' lo the sheriff's of-
li.an, chaiiman, said. "Both lelt
thev had served long enough, and
asked to be relieved of their duties.
Both have contributed much to
the school work. The board fdt
that their wishes should be grant
ed," the chairman continued.
Mrs. Jones served as county
supervisor for two years prior to
being named county superinten
dent. She has been in school work
in Haywood for 24 years, most of
the time spent as a member ot the
high school faculty.
The office has jurisdiction over
200 teachers, about 6,500 students,
nod M hllKCS.
j Other members of the school
t board are C. K. Francis and J. L.
Books At Office
The registrar for the merger
election bi he held in Hazelwood
will be a I the city hall from nine
until sis S.-iliuday for Hie purpose
of registering iialilicd voters.
The election has been set for May
Carrol Whitner is registrar, and
official have giwn notice that only
persons registered in the Town of
Hazelwood poll books will be eligi
ble to vole on May 2(ith.
I Route Started
A Grade-C milk route has been
i started in tho entire Pigeon area.
Milk is being 'picked up this work
on Tuesday, Thursday, and Satur
jdav, and beginning May 7 the milk
i will he picked up every morning.
Mrs, Alice Sellers wil bo hauling
I be milk, and people in the area
with milk to sell may got in touch
with Mrs. Sellers. Her telephone
; number is 5087, and her address i.;
' Houlo 2. Canton.
! The milk is selling for $3 10 per
I hundred for 4' ;. buttorfat milk,
'with an additional 5c per poinl ol
' bulterfal test above '. This milk
is being purchased bv the Coble
Dairy Products Company ol Mur -phy,
and is Used for manufacturing
Civil Term Of Court To
Convene Here Monday
Hooper Alexander Is
Four barrels of beer, the con- Tanned t OT acabbard
.... denser, and a hat of one of the men ! , .
quired the title ,;ft benind rAnd Blade Fraternity
oart of the Mur
viae i - j , ,
phy Branch, and the road into
nH his wife, the late Mary
The May term of Superior Court
opens oil Monday. May 7, with
five cases on the calendar for the
first day. lion. J. A. Rousseau will
he the judge presiding.
On Monday the cases scheduled
are Sawyer vs. Southern Railway.
McElroy vs. Shuler. Edwards vs.
Haywood Co. Bank, Parker vs. Cat
very Fire Ins., and Davey Tree Ex
lui, Ci vs N. C. Highway De-
To Meet Monday
A special meeting of all orchard
men in Haywood County has been
announced by R. H. Boone, presi
dent of the Smoky Mountain Apple
Growers Association. The meeting
is called for Monday, May 7i at
8 o'clock at the Court House in
MRS. LANE IS HOSPITAL
Mrs. Raymond Lane of Lake Jun-
. - - . ... . 1 , i n itolra la U nTlfni It I n I l,V
previous terms of Court
Five more cases are set for
Wednesday. They are Allison vs.
i Boyd i two--canes), Mosser vs. Boyd,
i Carver vs. Crane, and Russell vs.
i Thursday completes the regular
j schedule of eases, with five to be
t hoard. Thoy are Tilley vs. Tilley;
Queen vs. Haywood County; Sur
jretl.' vs.' Ferguson, et al.; Hall vs.
, Hall; and Ingram vs, Hyatt,
On the Motion docket is Henry
vs. A. C. Lawrence Leather Co.
Uncontested divorce Cases will
be tried at the convenience of the
The jury list has been drawn ioi'
the May term of sivil Court, which
convenes on May 7 for two weeks.
Judge . A Rousseau will preside.
Named lor the first week are
Mrs. Margaret Elder, Waynesville;
Henry T. Michal, Beaverdam; J. C
fiu i -1 1 . Beaverdam; Ellen Surrett,
Pigeon, Clyde Parris, Beaverdam;
John Earl Smut hers, Beaverdam;
Billv McElroy, Fines Creek; Harri-
son Reece, Fast Fork: Craig Camp
'bell', Beaverdam; Hugh C. Keener,
j Beaverdam; V irgo McClure, Way
jneMviile; Carroll Meadows, Jona
than Creek; Woodrow Williams,
i Beaverdam: - Mr.- - Lloyd Revis,
Beaverdam; W. .S. Burnett, Beaver-
dam: Jack Mosser. Crabtrce; T. K.
: Harkins. Beaverdam; Lem Leopard,
Waynesville; R. W. Stuart, Beaver-
.1...... IVTt it' I k'irlH r-U.la. D Ti
all others listed, ,. n.,,4.,,. ,u
Clyde. Grover Francis, Waynesville;
i Thomas Babb, Waynesville.
j Selected for the second Week are
j James R. Hyatt, Jr., Beaverdam;
i Richard Trull, Waynesville;- Grov
er T. Mauncy, Beaverdam: Marion
Queen. Pigeon; Zimery Caldwell,
Waynesville; E. AV, VVhite, Iron
Duff; George 11. Jones, Clyde; E.
J. Lilius, Waynesville; Henry N.
Mathews, Beaverdam; Frank Hen
son. Beaverdam; Norwood Brown,
Waynesville: A. E." Reynolds, Pig
eon: J. B. Hill. Beaverdam; Jack
Kirkpatrick. Fines Creek; Lloyd C.
Reno. Beaverdam; Fred Coward,"
Waynesville; Robert Whitener,
Waynesville; J. J. Ivester, Beaverdam.
Insurance Man Tops
R A. Pannell has won lop lionm -,
in the Waynesville district of Hie
Pilot Life Insurance Company for
the past year. The district envois
four states and a prize is awarded
the agent selling the most insuianto
In the area
Mr. and Mrs. Pannell left Wed
nesday for a week In New Oilcan.,
with all expenses paid. On then
arrival in New Orleans, the t'an
nclls will receive an additional a
ward of a set of matched luggage.
The gift will be presented by O. F.
Stafford, president of the company.
Mr. and Mrs. Pannell came to
Waynesville from Franklin U"
years ago. when Mr Pannell he
came Pilot Life aient for the area.
(This information com
piled from Records
State Highway Patrol.)