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01 The
Cber f Commerce is
1 inrfav. Mrs. Gor-
"T wfretary. says that
f of inquiries is still
f a darted earlier in
tTthan usual-and - that
due to get i
L o( green paint; so that
r. lhe visitoxs-in-person
U in. they will find u
!ice lighter nd brighter,
be For '51
k On Census
L Census will be used In
C State Schedule -B"
7. Nohiiitv for the tax
lisninf June 1. according to
tM furnished by Fred I.
nnutv Collector IOC
iCiroUna Department of
V.iiinn calls attention to the
L n Privilege Licenses
U on population nd sug-
y the taxpayer reier i
G,i "B" Partial List
k being mailed togetner
Lfc.iinn hlanlcs to laxpay
the puie wiuun w
L Privilege licenses
k on population wui noi oe
by these population cnang
1350 population figures, sub-
mrrection, tor some oi we
in Havwood and Jackson
ire listed below:
lod 1.781
iUe ...... 5,288
Uxpayers in Haywood or
muniv arp in doubt as to
Irrwt tax liability or need
Irt in filing their applica-
(Ir. Walstoti suggests inai
tact him at his office, which
e Courthouse in Waynes-
call him at telephone No.
be will be glad to furnish
Irmation desired.
66th YEAR NO. 41 8 PAGES
Published Twice-A-Week In The County Seat of Haywood County At The JEastern Entrance Of The Great Smoky Mountains National Park
WonankiDd is dlrlded into
tw classes: The eareleaa
ear who kMe their gloves,
nd the careful ooee who
lose only one (tore.
Associated Press
Daniel Boone Lake Getting New Dam For Boy Scouts
WAYNESVILLE, N. C, MONDAY AFTERNOON, MAY 21, 1931 $3.00 In Advance In Haywood and Jackson Counti
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Heavy dirt moving machinery working like beavers were moving t ons and tons of earth for the new dam at Dnniol noone Hoy Scout
Camp on Pigeon River. The dam was damaged by floods several y ears ago, and last spring a campaign was Inaugurated to raise money
for a new dam. This staff picture was made from the diving stan d, looking towards the lakeside of the dam. The .stream can be wen
at the bottom of the picture. Several shovels, and a fleet of truck s and bulldozers are engaged on the project. iStalt I'hoto).
Plan' For
School Improvements
Sought By 2 Boards
Stale Plans
Point Out
Lake Junaluska Set For
Outstanding 1951 Program
retta Will Be
ented Friday
23 Winners Are Named In
Dress Revue At FHA Rally
Recovering From
r, r i
Mfrelta. i '"Die.' Land of
Come True." Vllt be pre-
h the ehUdreiv of Lake
fa School, Friday night, at
K in lh school auditorium.
Jission will be charged.
cast are Peggy Brackctt,
fibiierui, Eugene Bracken,
!lin Ballinser aa the four
going to Dreamland;' Am-
lok at: Mnlhnr Hnnw ant
h Burgin, Charles Hipps,
uoweii. Dale Massey, Bet
liilcy, Steve Riley, Sharon
Rllimin Hnwell -lllllv
ffrnic Jnnes and RpIIv Ijp
P. all as Mother Goose char-
Crouus will renrpsent
pes, bluebells, and daisies.
f Growers Warned
Action & Insects
f-ounty Agent's office to-
'ned apple growers of the
Of several inrl
F" 01 insects that are nut
F. The bulletin, "Apple
UUn IVntos n A Ik.
ror scab infection, black rot
sPot and recommends
accord in it rimnioR
. a v vuvu&ai w,
?Wy Information. The
"iter control the various
Ci mat may be present.
Sel Odell Bradley, son of Mr
nd Mrs. Ray Bradley ol Maggie.
has returned td the hospital at l'ort
Bragg after spending last weekend
with his parents.
Set Kradlcv received a knee in
jury in action in Korea two months
ago. After hospitalization in jap
an, he was sent back to Fort Bragg
to convalesce. Assigned to the
Army's 24th Artillery Division, lie
Is also a veteran of World War II,
In which he served with the Navy
in the Pacific theater. He attend
ed Waynesville High School.
wood Legion To
w Show Saturday
"yelwood Legion Post is
lflB Carl ct... x.-
fs Mountaineers at the
,ay 26th.
on Saturday
WriPTntv. . .. ..
i, leaiuring me
r uuanotin - j t.
i, ana ivanger,
Dg, will get under-
1 4
a. i
Farm Bu. Opens
Membership Drive
In County Today
J. May 21Monday partly
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t"sday p,rty doudv
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Max.Min, Rainfall
81 42
-81 46
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-78 52 .16
Three members of the North
Carolina Farm Bureau are ncre
this week to launch a county-wide
membership campaign. They hope
to enlist between 300 and 500 new
members by the end of next wee.
Her tn hold several meetings
and to talk personally with inter
ested persons are Will H. Rogers,
director of organization ot yit
State Farm Bureau; Jonn rs,
field representative for Lastcrn
Carolina; and George Farthing of
Asheville, field representative i;
Western Carolina. These men will
,iih r.eoree Stamey. presi
dent of the Haywood County Farm
Bureau. '
n ore .hcduled Monday
nigh at the Court House in way
nesville, at Bethel School, and at
Ratcliffe Cove for members of the
Home Demonstration club. Tues
57s i meeting will be t Waynes
ville High; and Wednesdays at
Clyde. Meetings later in the week
will be held at Crabtree and Fines
Creek High Schools. All meetings
are at 7:30 p. m
Boy Scout Troops
Slate Scout-o-Ral
All Boy Scout troops in Hay
wood County have been invited to
take part in the Pigeon River Dis
trict Scout-o-ral at Champion Park,
Canton, on June 2.
A number of contests in various
Scouting activities will be heia,
Sinning at 1 o'clock. Winners
sVore will give "trophy to the win
ning troop.
Twenty - three winners were
selected in the Dress Revue pre
sented as the main feature of the
Haywood County F.H.A. Rally Sat
urday at Uraotrce-iron uun in
School Clothes were modeled in
six divisions by members of Fu
ture Homcmakcrs Club of rtnes
Creek, Crabtree, and Waynesville
High schools.
The winners were as follows:
School dress division, Norma Sue
Bureh and Valorot Henderson of
Crabtree. first place; Ernestine Os
borne of Clyde and Barbara Van
Hook of Canton, second place; and
Bertha Sharpe of Bethel and
Evelyn Green of Fines Creek, third
Dressy dress division, Doris
Kinsland of Crabtree and Rosalyn
Messcr of Fines Creek, first place;
Ruth Nichols of Waynesville and
Mattie' Sue Medford of Crabtree,
second nlacc: Maxlne Medford and
Sybil Bradshaw, both of Crablree.
third place.
Play clothes. Jewel Doe Fergu
son of Crabtree, first place; .lean
Trantham of Canton, second place;
and Shirley Hoglcn of Crabtree.1
third place.
Suits, Regina Ferguson of Fines
Creek and Mattie Sue Medford of
Crabtree, first, place; Daisy Rog
ers of Fines Creek, second place;
and Josephine Presnell of Crab
tree, third place.
Evening dress, Barbara Chase ol
Wavnesvillc. first place; Lyda
Wesl of Clyde and Nell Scruggs of
Wavhesville, second place; and
Elizabeth Ann Crawford of Crab
tree, third place.
Lounging clothes, Helen Fergu
son of Crabtree, first place.
The program included special
music by the Waynesville and Can
ton Chapters. Bobbie Smith of
Crabtree extended greetings and
the welcome address was made by
Fred L. Safford, principal ol the
Mrs. Glenn Noland, Mrs. Fred
L. SafTord, and Mrs. Albert F ergu
son, chapter mothers, were recog
nized. Following the program a social
hour was held with members of
the Crabtrec-lron Duff F.H.A. and
'the chapter mothers serving as
High Schools Completing
Commencement Plans
with (he Hrv. Thomas Fr-1 Oflivi-nna the sermon will
I. Boone Sentelle
Dies At home On
Pigeon Roaa ; r:
J. Boone Sentelle, 74, well-known
Haywood County cattle raiser and
fox hunter, died Saturday morn
ing at bis home on the Pigeon Road
after an extended Illness.
He was a native and lifelong
resident of the county ami was the
son of the lute it. A. anil Rebecca
Blalock Sentelle.
Funeral services will be held in
Bethel Raotisl Church Tuesday at
2 p.
win officiating. Interment will be
in Green Hill Cemetery here.
Active pallbearers will be Rich
ard McKlroy, Harris, Harry, Jack,
Horace, iiml Gwyn Sentelle, neph
ews. Honorary pallbearers will lie J.
L. Stritiglield, Dr. Tom Strlnglield.
Sr., Frank Guy, Hugh l.eathei wood,
Sebe Bryson. Henry CJaddy, David
1 imliTivMiiil IIiil'Ii toners. S. J.
uecce, nan niraiuiu, iu i' . -Craeken,
Walter Franklin. Bill
Frazier, Carl Edwards, Gideon
Francis, Wiley Franklin. Robert
p.nn Hue Middle R. C l.ove.
Tom Morgan. Kufus Russell. John
Hardin, and T. II. Wells.
The bodv will remain at the
home until the hour of the service.
Surviving are five sisters. Mrs.
J. B. McElroy, Mrs. Lizzie Rogers,
and Mrs. W. K. Boone of Waynes
ville, Route 1, Mrs. W. E. Green
of Denver. Colorado, and Mrs. C.
H. Chamblee of Waynesville; two
brothers, R. E. Sentelle of Bethel
and J. E. Sentelle of Hazelwood.
Arrangements are under the di
rection of Garrett Funeral Home.
As the Senior clashes of county
high schools start their final' week
of classes and exams, plans for
baccalaureate and commencement
activities loom ever bnuer. l.tcl
jtchools lo announce progruniH art
Crnblree-mm DulT and Waynes
ville Township.
Roth schools have set Sunday
May 27. for their haccal.iurealcs
which will be held in their ri spec
tive auditoriums. Dr. Henry G
Allen will deliver the sermon at
('rablrco jit 2:10 p. m l.uluded
on the program will he two ninn
hers by the school glee club Six
teen students are graduating
Two ministers will join at the
Wavnesville baccalaureate services
Farm And Home Pages
Not To Appear Today '
The Farm and Home Pictorial
section which usually appears on
Monday, is not being published to
day. The community which was
scheduled to be featured this week
was not quite ready with its pic
tures and information.
Ilev. Broadus Iv Wall, pasto
Ihe I'irsl Hanlisl church. The Ilev
.1. K. Yoiintz wil give the invoca
tion and the benediction. The ex
ercises will 'be held in Ihe even
ing at 11:15 o'clock. Two anthems
by the chorus and a hymn by the
congregation will lie on the pro
gram C'rablrco-lrnn DulT coinineiice
iiiimiI I'vi'i'iisi's ulll take nlaie on
Tuesday evening Principal speak
er will In- Dr. Clyde Erwin, super
intendent ofNoi'lh Carolina Public
Schools. Diplomas will be awarded
I by Mrs Euey Jones, Haywood
Ifniintv Siinerintendenl Three
honor students will speak. Lois
McCracken delivering the welcome
address, Barbara Best speaking on
"Our Future," and Bobbie Smith
delivering the farewell address
Graduation at Waynesville High
will be held on Wednesday evening.
Following established custom, the
seniors will deliver the principal
addresses. Margaret Recce is vale
dictorian and Betty Franklin is
salutalorian. Other speakers in
clude Anne Bischoff, Mary Chase
Hall and Malcolm Williamson. Jr.
The invocation and tienedlclion
will be pronounced by Hov. Mal
colm It. Williamson, pastor ol me
Waynesville Presbyterian church.
M H. Bowles will present the di
plomas. liw lnilerl in Ihe exercises will be
the presentation of the D.A.R. Good
Citizenship Awards and the Beta
Sigma Phi Scholarship Award.
Several musical selections will
complete the program.
The IBM season at Lake Juna
luska, the Methodist Church's sum
mer assembly headquarters for
nine southeastern states, will open
June 3 and continue through Labor
Day, September 3,
Dr. H. Q. Allen, formerly Meth
odist district superintendent fur
six years at Winston-Salem, is
starting his first season as super
intendent of the Junaluka Assem
bly, He was elected last fall to
succeed Dr. F. S. Love, who trans
ferred to another administrative
post as district superintendent at
Elizabeth City.
Record attendance is anticipat
ed this season for a full three
months of spiritual fellowship and
educational service unmatched in
our church." Dr Allen said.
The traditional Haywood County
oiienimr dav June 3 will be fol
lowed by two southeastern youth
meetings a leadership training
conference for college students
June 3-12. and a Caravan training
center June 13-23. Uoth sessions
will be .sponsored by the church's
General Board of Education.
Annual meetitiB of the Western
North Carolina Woman's Society of
Christian Service will be held at
the Lake June 20-22 Mrs. J. W.
Payne, Cherryville, is president.
Annual conference of another wo
men's group, the Wesleyan Serv
ice Guild, Is scheduled lor June
Bishop Coston J. Harrell, Char
lotte, will conduct a series of klibtc
lectures, Junu .34luly . ,
A new icaturc win ne ine i.ann
Icr Camp Meeting, named for the
late Bishop Warren A. Candler of
Georgia, to be held June 20-July 8.
Keynotlng the evangelistic mission
will be such Inspirational speakers
as Bishop Arthur J. Moore of At
lanta. Ga., newly-elected president
of Methodism's Council of Bishops;
Dr. Clovls G. Chappell, retired, a
former pastor at Charlotte; Dr.
Pierce Harris of Atlanta, and Dr.
Harry Deiiman or Nashville, Tenn..
head of the Methodist Board of
Usui. Sonit leader will be
Homer Rodeheaver, Winona Luke,
Ind , who teamed with Billy Sun
day years ago.
Dr Allen said that several re
gional workshops and t, inferences
are scheduled In July and August.
Two widely-known churchmen
will serve as platform speakers af
ter the camp meeting Dr. Murdo
Ewen MacDunald of Edinburg,
Scotland ,on July 9-10-1 1, and
Evangelist Billy Graham on July
'Ex -Senator Frank P. Graham Is
tentatively scheduled as the June
2,r) Peaec Day speaker. However.
he has Indicated that he may be
abroad at that time.
" ' my,!
Motorists Warned
About Mufflers As
Inspection Nears
Haywood motorists will do well
to get their lighlsT windshield wip
ers, brakes in perfect order, and
their "gutted" mufflers off their
ears prior to u checking station this
Cpl. I'rilehard Smith, of the
Highway Patrol, said plana for the
rigid ciKtkittu would be maUe tbis
"week The checking will start
early, and continue until late at
night, he said.
The patrolmen are making a
campaign against "gutted mufflers"
and have already cited a number
of motorists for using this type on
vehicles. Cpl, Smith said that num
erous complaints are coming In
from citizens living on the high
ways ahoul such mufflers, and the
names of motorists having them on
their vehicles are being given them
for checking.
4-H Summer Camp
Plans Under Way
Strolling Cow In
Path Of Truck
Caused Damage
A strolling cow walking along
Highway No. 19 at Dellwood caused
$150 damage to a new truck Sun
day. The cow walked into the path
of the truck. The animal was
knocked down, bruised, but walked
away from the scene rather uncon
cerned about the incident.
Cpl. Pritchard Smith said that
had the vehicles been a passenger
car instead of a truck, that the
wreck would have perhaps been
more serious.
16 Haywood Men Leave On
Tune 12 For Induction
' i If l-'f.lil
20,000 Folders
For Area Ready
To Come Off Press
Twenty thousand pictorial fold
ers Drinted in three colors are due
to come off the press shortly for
the Chamber of Commerce, basea
on the idea of "Come on UP to
Waynesville." they will be needed
to answer the many inquiries ar
riving daily from individuals, as
well as to send in bulk to travel
agencies, Other chambers of com
merce: airport? ec
civloen Havwood County men
will leave for induction on June
12. the Selective Service Board an
nounced today. The Board also an
nounced that no call has been re
ceived for men to report for pre
induction examinations in June.
The men entering the service are
Horace David Edwards, John Ed
ward Griffin, Jack Wayne Caldwell,
Bennj Joe Craig. Wayne Trantham,
Henry Edward Winchester, Bobby
L. McElroy, John T. Hightower.
Also, Roy O. Smathers, James R.
Cole, James H. Grooms, Jack E.
rwonhv rharles Robert Henson,
Tmv Herman Tbomason, Edward
Homer Reece Clarpnee K. T owe
Lions Make About
$600 On Minstrel
Three women were the "lions''
of the evening at the Lions Club
meeting Thursday night. Mrs. C.
O. Newell was guest speaker. Her
topic was "World Peace". Other
guests were Mrs. Fred Campbell
and Mrs. George Craig, invited in
special appreciation of their work
with the recent Minstrel Show of
the club.
It was reported that some eight
hundred adults and children had
attended the show, benefiting the
Lions' various projects to the ex
tent of about $600.
Announcement was made ot the
State convention to be held at
Winston-Salem May 20 through
May 22. Among the Waynesville
Lions planning to attend" are Dr.
Boyd Owen, new president; Charles
Reed, secretary, Lawrence Leath
erwood, retiring president; Claude
Woodard and James Harden How
ell, Jr.
411 Club members are now
registering lor attendance at -the
lirst of their summer camps, to be;
held al Camp Sehaub June 4
through June ! Originally plan
ned as a camp for Juniors. It Is
now open to members of all ages.
Fifty Junior and Senior campers
will come over from Mitchell
County lo join the same number
of Haywood club members.
Four classes will be taught dur
ing the dav sessions, one of them
offered for Ihe first time. A course
in electrical appliances will be
given by a representative of the
Carolina Power and Light Com
pany Other classes will be in
crafts, swimming and recreation,
Vesper services and recreational
programs are scheduled for the
Other 4-H activities planned for
the summer include another camp
at M.mlco July lfi-21; the Short
Course at Raleigh July 23-28; and
a 4-11 Exchange with Texas In
which members would leave for
Denton County. Texas early in
Tf lu.rim aulnn tn,l., ,k.
there is little chance of Haywood
1 t . 1 . . .
vuirn uciug ciuea upon 10 vote
for three million dollar In honHs
for expanding Haywood schools.
Although no definite action has
been taken in regards to the pro
posed program as outlined by the
Stats Board for Haywood, it now
lnokff Ilka "m mndlHe4 nlan" of Ihe
state program will be proposed and
presented the citizens for action.
The county commissioners, to
gether with the board of education,
spent an entire day discussing Hay
wood's school plant needs, and a
solution to the problems. The Joint
session ended with both groups to
study further the plans, and meet
again at an early date.
In the meantime, the petitions
signed by 1970 citizens, asking for
an election, are being held up be
fore formal presentation.
The state board of education has
proposed a building program cost
ing approximately three millions.
The local officials have had num
erous r it liens tell them that such
'a bond Issue could not carry, and
suggested a mtKlined program
which would cost considerable less
than three muMiojis. , , .
It was al this point !ft the4wf
boards held their Joint session
The Mountaineer learned that
Lindsey M. dodger, architect, has
been called in to rc-drafl some
proposed buildings, and additions
lo others and make an estimate of
Some officials favor naming a
"citizens committee" with each
community represented, to work
out a general counly-wlde program
of meeting the needs of chcii area.
At best, an election on school
bonds, would not now be called
until sometime next fall provided
the officials can work out a satis
factory program costing less than
three millions.
Drunken Driver
Almost Crashed
Funeral Cars
A Hazelwood man will face three
charges Saturday, resulting from
speeding into a funeral procession
Sunday afternoon between hliad.v
Grove church and Crawford Mem
orial Park, on highway No. 284.
Patrolman Joe Murrill has charg
ed the driver with driving drunk.
hit and run. and improper brakes.
The defendant is out on $300 bond.
Thp driver struck one car which
had stopped for the funeral proces
sion to pass, almost nu me eai
carrying pallbearers, and speeded
on. Patrolman murrm, wnu Mis
leading the procession, radioed Cpl.
Smith coming from an opposite di
rection, and the two officers corn
ered the driver and made the ar
Mrs. L. B. Genebaeh, Jr. and
small son, Dennis, will arrive in
New York tomorrow from Karls
ruhe, Germany and will come to
Waynesville later in the week for
a visit to the former's parents, Mr.
and Mrs, Fred Martin. Mrs. Gene
bach, the former Miss Eloise Mar
tin, has been in Germany with her
husband for the past two years.
Mr. and Mrs. Martin left Sunday
to meet their daughter and grand-
' son in New York.
County Health
Board Holding
Dental Clinic
A dental clinic is in progress in
Haywood county, conducted by Dr,
D W Dudlev of the Denial Dl
vision of the Slate Board of Health
This week he will be at the
Fines Creek School Monday
through Friday. The following
week Dr Dudley will be at the
North Canton School; and for the
two weeks beginning June 4, he
will be at the Hazelwood School
to take care of children referred
from Hazelwood, Saunook, Aliens
Creek. East Waynesville and Cen
tral Elementary.
During this check-up period, the
children are carefully screened.
Most of those who need treatment
are referred to their family dentist.
Dr. Dudley worked at the Lake
Junaluska School and at the Bethel
School the early Part "f 'M month.
Rotarians Hear
High School Chorus
The hieh school chorus, under
the direction of Charles Isley, gave
a program for the Rotary Clnly
here Friday. The group gave a se
ries Of religious and spiritual number.
Record For
In Haywood
(To Date)
Killed . . . ; 0
Injured . ... 21
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