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Published Twice-A-Veck In The County Seat of Haywood County At The Eastern Entrance Of The Great Smoky Mountains National Park
66th YEAR NO. 44 16 PACES
WAYNESVlLLi; N. C, THURSDAY AFTERNOON, MAY 31, 1931 $3.00 In Advance In Haywood and Jackson Counties
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Junaluska Assembly Opens Season Sunday
Lake Junaluska Speakers
iiorp Waynesville service
lie home last week from
Wc Virgil Early and
lack W. Sisk arrived sep-
Irora San Francisco after
tie trio across the Pacific
A third Wayncsville man,
Francis, came on the
but flew across the con-
jet in several days ahead
of the others.
I the three had happened
into one another during
its. in Korea, and not until
aboard- ship- did , the
lucuvcr that they were to
line together. , - j
Jan of Mrs. Honzo . Rath-
fcarly was with the 6th
alion. 24th Division. He
e months in Korea fend
Wn't like any part'" of it,"
out I guess the Worst ac
Ihat of the Pusan toenim-
iormcr student' at Waynes
h Early has beerilin the
P August, 1949., f
is the son of Mrs; Belle
saw action with the 27th
men will remain here
l.V furlnillth "nnlnit In An
fishing" and then report
Jackson for reassignment.
1,1 probably receive one
luy within the United
JSts Plan 9.
f Bible SchooL
s On Monday
for the two-week
h0l of the First Baptist
;iD underway at four
ri(ay, it was announced
Rev. Broadus E. Wall,
I'ied immediately after the
nt period will be about 30
Baptist students who are
of the High School band
Parade down Main Street.
chol will open Monday
at 8:30. and continue daily
.two-week period Monday
1'ons today were that a
nrollinmt would be made
f H, F. Millar is leaving
t W Durham to attend the
i ""merit, program at Duke
l where her son, William
'U receive the Bachelor
degree. Mr. Millar will go
f"n from stiimr,! rwm
ra n n il
to ue mm,
Three services are scheduled for
Haywood County Day, June 3,
which marks the official opening
of the 1951 season of the Lake
Junaluska Assembly. There will be
morning and evening worship
services, and an afternoon business
session of the Subdistrict, Quar
At 11 o'clock Sunday morning.
Dr. C. N. Clark, former District
Superintendent, will preach on,
"The Divine and Human Pattern
of the World." Music will be furn
ished by the combined choirs of six
nearby churches. Soloist will be
Mrs. Roger Bisson of Lake Juna
luska; and Miss Ray Ballard will be
organist. Represented will be
Long's Chapel, Bethel, Maple
Grove, Elizabeth Chapel, Dcllwood
and Shady Grove Methodist
Thow rhiirches. as well as the
Plains and Rockwood churches, will
suspend all services Sunday so
that members may attend Haywood
" The Rev. W. Jackson Huneycutt,
superintendent of the Waynesville
District, will preside at me service.
Morning prayer willbe led by the
Rev,, Paul Duckwall. "a Scripture
reading given by. the Rev. Paul
Taylor, and the benediction by the
Rev. Clyde Collins.
Hugh Massie will serve as head
usher. He will be assisted by two
representatives from each church.
Following the church services,
there will be a picnic dinner on
planned for 12:30
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After lunch, ministers and other
church officials will hold the Hay
wood County Subdistrict Quarter
ly Conference, .beginning ai :
p.m The 15 Methodist ministers in
the county will report on the sta
tus of their charges, building pro
jects, improvements, etc.
. oruifa 111
rne evening win amp ov
8 p.m. is sponsored by the Metho
dist youth Fellowship or me cuuo
ty subdistrict. The sermon, to be
preached by Rev. Huncycuu, w..
be on "Foundations of Character.
(See Lake rage 8
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Is July 17; Hazelwood
Will Vote On June 30
DR. C. N. CLARK will open the
1951 season at the Lake by oc
cupying the pulpit on Sunday
morning at 1 1 o'clock.
REV. V. JACKSON HUNEY
CUTT, district superintendent,
will bring the evening mcssuKe
t the Lake Sunday.
300 College Students
Due At Lake On Tuesday
Over 1000 Attend
Over a thousand persons heard
Dr. Hoyt Bluckwell of Mars Hill
Collpge. Mdressthe , 47-mcmbcr
graduating "class of Bethel High
School Tuesday evening. At the
same time special awards were
niiisinipH in members of the sen-
William Phillips received the
Citizenship award of the Sonoma
Masonic Lodge, presented by J.
Letch Worlcy. Grace Erwin re
i...iv..H i hp Citizenship award of the
Sonoma Chapter of the Order of
the Eastern Star, presented by Mrs.
American Legion Awards went
to J. C. Gorrcll and Peggy Jo
Gibbs. Awards were made by Mr.
Reno of the Canton Post.
Awards from the school were
given by E. J. Evans, principal,
who also presented the diplomas.
School Citizenship awards weiu 10
Wayne Howell and Lyda West;
Sportsmanship to Doris Hyatt and
Bobby Fore; School Spirit to Char
lie Blaylock; and Improvement to
Mure htan 3(10 collcKo students
and Methodist leaders nf nine
states will meet at Lake Junalus
ka Tuesday, June n. to open an
eight-day leadership training con
Marking the assembly's first big
meeting of the 1951 season, the
South-wide student conference w111
be directed by Dr. Harvey (5.
Brown of the Methodist Hoard nf
Education, Nashville, Tenn: He is
associate secretary of the depart
ment nf -nllpBp and university re
ligious life in the board's division
of Educational Institutions.
Among the 35 leaders assisting
Dr. Brown will be the Rev. Sam
Laird, director of religious lift- at
Emory University. Atlanta, ('.,
who will serve as conference dean,
and the Rev. R. Harold Hipps of I
Greensboro, president of the Meth
odist Student Movement in Norm
Carolina, who will be In charge oi
The program will feature 12
workshops, forums, group discus
sions and lectures. Principal plat
form speaker each morning will be
Dr. Allan Knight Chalmers of the
Boston University School of The
ology. His addresses, open to the
public, will be relaled to the con
(See 300 Students Page 8)
Waynesville voters will name a
mayor and board of aldermen on
Tuesday, July 17th, and for the
first time in Waynesville history,
two voting places will be used.
Voting will be done at the fuf
station and Aliens Creek School.
The closing diite for candidates
will be Monday, July second,
'"ho action was taken by the
board in special session Tuesday.
The extension oi the time two
weeks was necessitated under law
ul estahlishinu the new voting
The board also wrote the Hazel
wood board of alili i men that -Waynesville
expects settlement of the
,1.1 1 iwmiciiI water bill bv June
1,'itli." The letter was sent to Wil
li,.,,, Meril'oi'il attornev for the
Town of Hazelwood. J It. Morgan
attorney for Waynesville, said the
board was emphatic in their re
ijiiest for settlement by the 15th,
For precinct two Aliens I rceK
school - the board named Mrs. Leo
Browning as renlstrar. ' with Hill
Ferguson and Deny Norman as
For urcclnil one -fire station
tk luiui-ii'mimi'il Mrs. Ituth Kelly.
registrar, and Harry Clay, and
f'.i-i)i'i!i' Brown. Jr.. as indues.
The registration hooks will open
Jtinc 23rd. ami remain open until
July 7th. The regular challenge
day w ill be July 14th, and the elec
tion on the 17th.
The three members of the Way
nesville hoard plan to seek le-elec-tion,
according to their statements
Felix Stov.ill has already filed
with the lown clerk for re-election
j )r. Tom Slriugfleld said: "I am
! seeking re-election. I had planned
to slay out, but have a I"' ol woik
I hat must he cleared up."
Henry Caddy: "1 will he a candi
date for re-election as alderman."
Mayor .1 H. Way. Jr. said: "My
present plans .ire to seek fe-elec-lion
I II have a full statement to
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Memorial Day Program Held At Greerjhill Cemetery
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II. P. MeCARROLL, operaVpr
miinager of Garrett Furniture.
Co., Inc., assumes his duties her
McCarroll Now In
Charge Of Garrett
II. I. McCarroll will assume full
charge of Garrett furniture Com
pany, Inc., Friday morning, It was
announced here today.
N W. Garrett, Sr.. founder and
operator of the store for the pasl
2(i years, will devote his entire
time to his other varied interests,
Mr. McCarroll comes here from
Ashevllle, where he lias been gen
eral manager of Sterchl's for the
past 5'le years. Prior to being nam-
ed manager of 'the AsheviHe store,
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In1 was associaieci wnn ine aim
other stores for more than 10 years
II was while managing the Aslie
ville store for Sterchl. that lie open
ed another branch In llendcrson
ville. A native of Virginia, he has lived
in Nebraska, and Tennessee, but
rails Western North Carolina home
-and now, "It is Waynesville for
Mr. McCarroll was active in the
civic affairs of Ashevllle. He was
a director of the Merchant's Assocl
(Ser McCarroll Page 8)
Saturday. June 30th has been set
as the day for the town election at
Hazelwood. A mayor and three
members to the board of aldermen
will be elected The voting will be
at the town hall.
The registration hooks will open
this Saturday, and remain open
through Saturday June Kith.
The elosina filing date for candi
dates has been set at six o'clock on
The hoard of aldermen named
Voodrow Trout man as registrar,
with F F, kuykendall, Sr., ami
Cecil Mooney, as judges.
The Hazelwood officials, when
questioned about seeking re-elec
tion, gave the Mountaineer Hie
Clyde Fislier. mayor: "1 do not
have a statement to make right at
Carl Swanger, alderman: "1 have
not dellnilely made up my mind
about being a candidate."
Grady Smith, alderman: "I have
not reached a decision on the matter."
U L. Provost, alderman: 1 win
not be a candidate for re-election.
fVe served about 25 years In all
Saturday, June 23rd has been set
as challange day.
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ccordcd by the staff of the
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Open Air Market
To Open Saturday
The oiH-n air market will open on
Main Street, across from the lc-
Hotel, on Saturday, it has
been announced by George Patrick,
He announced the firm would nl-
fer wholesale orices, and service
rating places and stores as well as
the retail trade.
Also a oart of the business will
be devoted to dairy product' and
The State Highway Commission
Is to consider today bids totaling
more than three quarters of a mil
lion dollars for work on Highway
201) 1 loin Hot Springs across Max
Patch o the pavement at Fines
l ow hiik lor the 24 5-miU pro
led were: Koadwa.v, J. C. Crll
cher. I tie . AsheviHe, $570,K38.80;
Stnicluics. V., II. Hines Construc
tion Co.. Inc.. Greenville, S. C.
Set For June 5th
Election for the Town or Clyde
will be held Tuesday. June 5. with
the polls open horn 0:30 a.m. to
(; ;i(i p in Voting will take place
in the gymnasium of the Clyde
Only one office is contested, as
Doom F. Cagle runs against in
cumbent N C West for the office
i,f Police .Indue Unopposed ai o
the present mayor Gerald R. Fish
and aldermen .1 W Morgan, C. C.
Spencer and Hiuce Sellers
The school board of the Waynes
ville District nave called a mas
meeting for Friday night eight
o'clock at the high school for tho
purpose of discussing, and working
out a proposed school building pro
gram tor me waynesvuie aismcv
lo present the county board of edu
The announcement came Wwl
nesday night from the board,
through district superintendent M.
H. Bowles, at the close of the grad
uation exercises ai me nign scnooi.
A large attendance is expected.
as the meeting win deal wim meet
ing a crisis In providing means for,
adequate building space for the
steadily Increasing enrollment of
Jarne T. Noland, chairman f
the Waynesville board will preside.
Other members are W. II. Prevost.
Guy Massie, Medford Leatherwood
and John Finger.
Hip meetinff has the heartv SU-
proval of the county board of edu
cation, it was learned. And me pro
posals for enlarging, improving, or
constructing buildings In the dis
trict will be passed along to tho
county board for formal approval
Mr Howies. In making the Initial
public announcement pointed out
the existing crisis in the distirct:
the lack of space and facilities, and
the urgent need to "get together"
and work out a program imme
ltst fall the proposed adouion
to the local high school, and also
one at Bethel were blocked by pro-,
tests from patrons within this dis
trict. The state, since tha time, sent
in survey committee to study the
needs, and then tentative estimates
Indicate that about three million
dollars will be needed to meet the
recommendations of the slate
board. The county board of com
missioners meeting with the county
board of education concluded that
Ihrec million dollars was more than
seemed oractical at this time to
vote in bonds for a general county-
wide building program The otti
cials have liitimsted that a bond
issue of about half the amount,
plus $34(1,000 already appropriated
In stale funds for this county (ex
clusive of Canton), would be suf
ficient Mr. Howies previously announced
i hat for the next school year, en
rollment in the high school is al
ready 61 ahead of this year the
equivalent of two classes.
Our schools are faced wun a
problem for space which very few
people seem to realize. For this
reason, the Waynesville district
school board has called the meel -lug
Friday night for some definite
action." Mr. Bowles continued.
. ' ..i--w-- i,o Wednesdav at Memorial Plot in the cemetery. Rev. W. Jack-
-rZnThTthe annual Memorial Oay program held here Wednesdas . Mem
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Local Scouts To
j Waynesville Hoy Scout Troop No
j 2 will' defend The coveted Alexand
er Thompson trophy, which they
'have huld for. two . years. . at the
spoilt Halls . in ('anion Wednesday
a snoea itv wil he macic oi - -
frui's and vegetables, as well as a : "o kc? the ro y .
ine of groceries. ' '"" ' '
Street Dance To
It will be "Swing your partner
and promenade" next Wednesday
ni;;ht at 9 o'clock as the summer
series of weekly square dances
sponsored by the Waynesville Jay
cees gets into action at the Court
House parking lot.
lioney Franklin and his string
hand will furnish the music, and
' Hug'' Kuykendall will do the call
ing. There will be exhibition dances
hy the Jaycee-sponsorec! square
dance team; and Aunt Ida Mollis
is expected to be on hand.
Dances will be held every Wed
nesday night throughout the sum
mer, in case of rain they will take
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Record Attendance At
Memorial Day Services
More than 300 people gathered
ai Mpiiinrial Plot
Cemetery Wednesday afternoon
for an impressive, and colorful 40
minute Memorial Day Service. The
event was sponsored by the Ameri
can Legion and Auxiliary.
The names of 213 war veterans
of this district were read, and red
and white carnations, together with
flags, were presented members of
the attending fm'H-.
Ti.o I.ii jp audience assembled on
in Green Hill j the lower plot below the Memorial
marker, won inose on un
facing the huge flag at half mast
on the lower end of the plot.
The address was delivered by
Rev. W. Jackson Huneycutt, district
superintendent. His subject was "A
Memory and a Hope."
The high school band, under the
direction of Charles Isley. gave
four numbers, with Rev. Broadus
(See Record Pare 8
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(This information com
piled ' from Record
State Highway Patrol)
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