STANDARD FTG C-j
Traffic .Cm; "Yo
foinc 7i mile an hr."
Dumb Dame: "Isn't that
wonderful? I Jast leaned
to drire yesterday."
Pul-Mied Twice-A'AVccK lu The County Scat of Haywood County At The Eastern Entrance Of The Great Smoky Mountains National Park
m. n s i(,i:s
V AYNKSYILI.K, N. C, MONDAY AETERNOON, JUNE IS, 1031 $a.0ti In Advance In Haywood and Jackson Counties
. him in Ins yard
w .. hp Clark learn-
ainer was a devout
' -a inn Dr
, iimvi .-o.." ,
" . . ...1 it,, koiil.
i., .i.illll OUl C " "
.., A,nt vou agree that
'.a 'is one of the most
syois on eann
jt HtCKy iu nave
don t you imiiM
looked down at the
4 then P 10 7'
'1 agrees this is beau-
, beautiful DUi it snuie
.. mrh if you didn't
iat Baptist water fenced
'ko kind of woman that
wuld be a "perfect
l'-aod would make
, miserable, in me pru.
'Ik boasting of her well
.,mm., anri went on to
hiwhand. "Mv husband
.jhahiis at all. He doesn't
Lmble and he spends all
H ever. He says he enjoys
slier a R,m" dinner and
;fpose he smokes two
Kiffht-ot-w av Down Fiareon Donaf edRu
Milk Maids Show Large Crowd 'Milking Is Fun
Ink. Siringficld. son of Mrs
I. sirincfield- and the late
--field received the degree
of Medicine at Jefferson
, Colli de in Philadelphia,
sheen appointed intern at
.Kpilal. Durham and is in
ihiswi'ck In take examina
ble State Medical Board.
Srinsficld took his pre
. uni'k at I lie University of
'arolina. He is a veteran of
iWjr II. having served five
htlie Navy;' lh?-wnSiwnt to
!wl al the University and
flwt a year and a half in
lean Theatre' and an nddi
far and a half in the Pacif
wticipated in the D-Da'y tn
i Normandy and held the
a member of the Phi Chi
Sriiwfieid is expected to ar
'!t Thursday with his wife.
int Miss Dorothy Ilicheson,
'Bit before going to Durham.
f""- -h i rm ii ii 1
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1 1 1
County Bar Goes '
On Record Asking
For Road Down
The Haywood Bar Assiniation
unanimously endorsed the con
struction of the highway down Pitf
eon Kiver. as they held their meet
ing here Friday.
The Kesolutton, signed by Frank
D. Ferguson, Jr., president, and
Glenn V. Wrown, secretary. rtMti
in part as follows:
UFSOIAKO. That the HAY
WOOD COUNTY WAR ASSOCI
ATION hereby unanimously en
dorses and approves the present
proposed Pigeon River Route for a
highway from the North Carolina-
Tennessee line, ami urges that
every effort be exerted in secur
ing the final adootion of this route:
UK IT FURTHF.lt RF.SOIA T.l).
That this Association is of tin firm
conviction that the establishment.
of a road along this route would
bring a new dawn of ill-ogres', ami
pmsperiy'tn Western North Caio.
linn and would best promote ami
serve the interests ol Western
North Carolina and the State as a
whole, not merely the interests of
special sections, groups, or fac
A proposed civil calendar wa
dratted for the July term of court
which tonvenes July till) with Judge
C. Rudisill, presiding.
19 Out Of
Civic Group Not
r"r .':j. ihn wmi nr if httr.'u-'-tifin
-.-rn. , r ....i.Mr ittif nu v niHini wi'ir 1111 u mi i
As parlW'the .Dairy Month program u cs . . " - " ' f ,yil(, wi)s .,,,, w,b Me
in tVntll (II I P I 1 1 1 1 I L MIUOVi J."' - r
staged a milking contest
of Hazclwood. and next. is Miss Masiiic Ramlol'ph, of
s Hclt.v Feliifel,
('anion, -Miss I".
r ll...... wi liflVI s
rWod) runner-up. On the loll is miss nus.e o.ns. , ... , .,,,,,,; nwne.l hv Sam Oueen, Jr. Miss h l-
" . ... .-- i. n, f" VI l MISS ' S n Ml lrt.VW,r,.w V ... .
and Miss ns ie.i . , , ,,; v.m ,,ui..l hv Hie "cm arm.' ami
illso owned by Mr. Q-cn MlsS .Z T tJ ,c u , .S.att' Photo-.
lt II owned hv Charles wiwaios. i ue ..... r
milked Ouecn Klizabclh.
wainor milked Daisy
1,1 l.T.t k ...... .o- -
r' Way has hern reappoint ed
siato (iinmissioner of In
to serve on Ihe Board of
N of the Firemen's Relief
Other members, elected by
a! fire department and town,
I Clem Kil7PpraIri Felix
p'Ben Sloan and David Un-
;i at the same time to
6n board was Bryant
Register At 4-H
Camp This Week
Approximately 160 hoys and;
Kirls from four counties will he;
guests at. the 4-H Club Camp!
hetiaim un - "
Frit Dc CIroal.' camp din-clor.
Campers will come from Chatham.;
Yadkin. Person and Madison
The start of the camp is
.... u..sidos Mr Dc Oroat.
who is ii' teacher of physical ed..-:
cation and soccer coach at Stale
College stall members arc Miss
Martha' Sue Smith, Miss Mary
Owens, and Kdward Fuller,
Community Winners To
Be Announced Saturday
oilier picture Page li
Next Saturday will bo a bit; day in Wnynosville
announcement and award of the community drvcl-i-
ment 19!i0 cnmmunitv winners. A numbor u i a .un
cials headed by Gordon Clapp, cliairman, ami a l.t ot
Extension workers from State College, will In: heir lor
the occasion. ,
A dairy panile at ten will bein the dav s IcMivities,
with Haywood dairymen participating.
800 Women Due At Lake
Wednesday For Meeting
June Dairy Month
'Gala Parade Set
pet Tooth' Boy
' Billew, thp IR-vear-nld bov
"sweet tooth" remained in
'.Wault of $1,500 bond. He
fSed with hrookins anri
"8 three places of business.
"rn instance ate a quantity
nrown sugar and other
hPhell after being seen by a
rn m the Junaluska Sup-
Cooking School Set To
Gel Underway On Tuesday
Not Too Many
al tended by
- -i -ywirc i
TL: Pbw' 1 J I I Simonette
, June 18 Partly cloudy !
,Jrm . . .
lnH5 'Vi mcrl ir narttv
h' "".,, . u v. .... u j i' - -
(Hid Uan ...;(U n r.,n. crElt
L . " HI Willi tt 1CW ovm-
'iai Waynesville tempera-
horded by the staff of the
The eleventh aniuial mei'liiiK ol
Ihe Methodist Woman's Soclely ot
Christian Service. Western North
Carolina Conference, will open
Wednesday aftemoon at th' t.ake
Junalu ,ka Asscmblv with Hb'i d-'le-(ates
Another women's group o the
same aiea. the We.lesa.i Service
in l'p number o memoeis i.unu.
. I a ike ii""" ,..,,:,. ; ..., .t-,.,i f hiiiness and pioles-
M' "n "L. V a hel i n I women, will hold it:
flubs are expecico io n.
, ' r,.lir,e School which meeting June
'ens tomorrow and runs through j 150 delegates.
Thin sclav. A number of the clubs Mr, j. W. Payne o ( hern Ml
I ue signified their intention ot ! is conference president ,h'
:;;;;;i(1r sessions ,n a body
T1 i ,., Demonstration ciu uenis i- ' ' ,, " ,
! , ' f sponsors of the nesvi.le. Miss Hay. l"-;-
,00. the others being the Com- r' " 11 ,;;',
-,- iwi.ihnment Profiram and ' vdle 'district Mis m
,min,t iM.lopnicnt junaluska is conference see
the Champion YMCA. ...iarv of missionary education
Hve hmue- economist , l Th,v'wiirmake annual report.
Caiolina Power and L.ght torn makers will 'be Mrs
p-nv will conduct the session.! j .c go- P nkl) ,,,ln .
K,uirment for the !u h("n prudent, of the
lis to be furnished by Rogers r. c i . m 3(MrPS, l)(h
Company, Martin we m u)h- Smith '-f New
and Garrett s rurmiuiv, M,u,,ik. a(aroness
Company of Waynesville. 'and Mc-: otk . . of niissionary
am- "'-' .... ,. m vision ol
i,. missionary to Cuba, and Miss
Classes will be held at me; - ster)P. professor ol Bioie
Champion "Y" from 2 to 4 o'clock j Cocgc. Raleigh
and from 7 to 9 o'clock each day.., nlP(,tings will feature work-
Prizes will be awarded at eachscs-l . s jn chris(ian education, panel
.inn and those attending will be i, and overseas
, , ' home the food tnat; . ,,ii.ities and the an-
sim'oiuI inlallnii'iil of Ha
Counly's .Ion-' Dairy Month
cclebralion swiiu,s inlii ac'lon
i. xl S.ilmdav al In a in With a
parade w ho'-e n-nle -'slcnds from
Waynesville High throueh llai'l
wood all I ! i w,i lo ('anion
Two hands. Hiose ol Way li-'svil e
i ..i..m will tnki- oarl I'loals
are lo !) ari am'.-'d by I In
rlllfl l'S ,'ltld disli ilmloi s o
who are expected lo have dairy
maids dies i ll in piopcr regalia
I i iding on the float.-.
The j.aiade will I " " s at Ihe
1 Waynesville High School and move
1 through ll.velwood to Wavneville
to Clyde and lo f anion arining
at Charlie's drill m ('anion by
' 1 1 15 o'clock
I.... 1. ik rli:i!l lli;ill ol the
,loe I .on,, , .
parade committee He is a- a sled
by llov.aid Hyatt. I, I l'i rgu-on.
Max Alii-mi Jim f.eal herwood,
' i;:,v,nonrl Ducket I anil Mr Walker
0 silvi i s Dairy.
''he i i.il coiioui'le,. for Hie
Funeral services wi re held Sun
day morning In Manic drove
Church lor Clayton Jackson I'll
itiiiLiion !x-eai -old son of Mr and
Mm. Ii. J, I'llklnglon of the Helh
el section, who was struck and kill
ed Friday about Ui a.m. by Si ale
Highway and Public Works Com
The Rev. I.uch Rogers olluialcd
and burial was III Stanley ( ove
Pallbearer were N. C West. C
F, Mainoiis, F.lwood Shook, and
Homer Galloway. Members of Ihe
primary Sunday School class of
Ihe church were flower bearers
The accident. Haywood Coiinly s
Ii t si highway fatality of Ihe year,
nri iii ii, d on N C Highway 110
between ('anion and llethel. In
vesligaling officers sil the child
had crossed the highway with his
lather lo elder a parked automo
bile and the child, finding the car
full of passengers, turned and chill
ed back across Ihe highway in
I rout of the truck.
Di .1 Frank Pale, llavwoocl cor-
: oner, listed the accident as un
avoidable and said no impiesl was
, necessary, lie said Ihe boy died m-
l. j slanlly lrom a compound skull
, ilk, I fracture and broken neck
The accident was investigated
by Cpl. Prilchiird Smith and W. Ii.
See Hoy Killed Pane
Property owners n'.ong the Pig
eon River twin Covt
rennessee line have signed hUh
way right -ol way agreement for
1! of the -0 miles -and all donated
lo the Slate of North Carolina
These agreements me now In the
hands of the Highway Commission
in Raleigh, it was learned from
David Felmet president of the
Chamber' of Commerce Mr. Fel
met said be was speaking for the
special road committee of the
Chamber of Commerce.
The right-of-way tor the remain
ing "mile will he signed within a
few days The owner is a non
resident, and Ihe agieement has
been sent tor a signature.
There are about 30 property
owners along the proposed route
from Cove Creek to the Tennessee
line The moiiosed mute follow
Ihe general contour -l the river,
j and would give a water-level route
1 I com here lo New poll.
People in at! walks ol hie in
May wood are intensely interested
in Hie mad clown Pigeon River,
which is the iM of the original
slale-uide project Where
people K.iihi ied Ihis week in Hay
wood, I lie main topic of conversa
tion was Hie tail that Huncnii.be
and Maiiison count ic- were trying
lo block construction of the Pigeon
River road as promised in Ihe 1921
A search ol Ihe highway recoius
,.-v.,i,l ih.,1 !I4 oavccl roads have
been bull! lrom Noiili Carolina to
adjoining slates since 1921. and
I hat thl1'. Is Ihe last project on the
The-ruad committee of Ihe Cham-hi-r
of Commerce "I which W
Curtis Kuss it chairman, hasten
W In 'i mi the orolcct for several
years, and have- Umm "trfin
work with acUninthg eouhltc on
oilier road mailers of regional Im
port ,'inc e
Tlie committee' pointed out thai
I uit her search -I the highway com
mission records showed that mis
is the lirsl time thai any coiinly
has pi olesled a neigliboi ing county
Celling a paved road across a state
Hue " In tact, tor Hie first lime in
(Sec RiiUit i-l Way Pane HI
The ''director Of the Hendernn-
Creek to the j Nii Chamber of Commerce will
meet this afternoon and pas a
formal resolution that they will nt
participate nor be a party to any
trmip which would delay construc
tion of any road in Western North
Carolina. This announcement of
the pending action came from Den
L. Prince, president of the organi
zation. "Our organiialion Is for a pro
gressive program on all roads serv
ing Western North Carolina, and
shall work to that end," Mr. Prince
New comin out of Asheville
has linked Henderson county with
Buncombe and Madison as oppos
ing the mad down Pigeon River.
Mr. Prince said a committee from
Henderson attended the meeting as
a matter of Retting Information on
The action of Henderson- put
Huneombe and Madison as tlu sola
opponents to the road.
Ur R Stuart Koberson was the
speaker at Rotary here Friday, He
dWcussed milk as a food, m con
nection with the observance of
n.drv Month thriughoiit the na
He pointed out the qualities of
milk and the economic value of
dairying lo Haywood county
Richard llaynes was taken in a
a new memoer.
Car Hits Guard Posts, ...
No Injuries Reported
A car occupied by two Negroes
knocked down several guard posts
opposite the RF.A substation Sat
urday afternoon on Highway No.
li)-2'J No injuries were sustained,
according to Patrolman W. R.
Woolen, who investigated.
Eastern Carolinians Get
Good Impression Of Area
Carl Goerch Says: Others Say:
l , special coiiiimiiinalion with A mutual admiration socielv with
The Mounl.onier. Carl Goerch ex- many expressions of praise for all
,,.. ,a M. . ...line- about the trip persons concerned is the result of
1 .. , ,., t, .,i., uhenio,., motorcade visit Thursday
lo naw.ooo lis. ( . .. ... ,, , ,,..
V 'U1 t ll'JU.-,
, Sam Bushnell
I Joins Company
I In Asheville
; Sam Hiishnell. Jr. who has been!
I employed as an engineer with the I
I ello Teer Company in Durham.
has resigned tus position to become
associated with the Perry Alexand-
er Construction Company in Ashe-
hands i conip'
h.-,ii nian and R
W. A la ad ley .
Seivuig on other
inittecs are Herb Sin
idtf Lee Ken Caldw
tree and John Carver.
I ol Kd Sans, villi
C. Muencli and
rr parade Colil-
letai v . Vvood
;. Pall ' Koiin-
Mr. and Mrs. Hushncll and their
two young daughters moved to
Asheville last week.
I , , a linvil's ( ourl hrooiih the ucviis
i ue on a .:,' "i i' ' " ...
' ii,,,, ,. Mi Goe.cli said area to .Waynesville.
I " ,. , that wen. ,o the Dev. "We have enjoyed the trip more
,,'s Co,, ,-. was so app.ee, than we can sav. was th. .y
I 1V, ,,, . ,,,',, ul hospitality of several who tound tba they
! , - eood people simply ran out o words V.,,nJ-
- , Mavvv oun-y that I know ful. spee acula. b. W
;m"",h , . , some of the other comments
! - wish vou could have heard Fnjmm,.nt f the scenery and P
I then .hiii.i ia lu coinmcnls. I hey p.)i(.lat , ,, hospitality shar
! were ab'o.nlely llailled at the ,.,,. ln Ihe esteem of the
wood, rlul scenery lhe saw along vlslt(irv 'your secnerv is only
,( route A lew ol them never had j s(t)) ,)V vour hospitality."
b-n to I'"' mountains before surl,m.-ried Alfred Williams of
none, ol eoi.i-e. ew r had '"-en over i 1;il(.18h
tin, parlnniai mule. It was tin ,.Tm, rip was planned to Jierfee
liip-.,l-a lileliou' lot many of them j Uon .ni(, ,u, h()M,ilauy was 'out of
an i p o'liee that they j i Us world' Then the weather man
will force, ! added his blessings'" exulted Mrs.
. . , i, tn hie 1 believe ! 'ai l Hnnklcy of Lexington.
I had a -nod idea w'leit I decided . ii,,,,!,,,,!! of Raleigh was in
,,, Un ,'iowct logeiliei and show
isee (iiii-ich Pace Hi
...rnitiire companies and
Vote. Associates of Canton,
Ledbetter Heads Annual
&SP!4lh 01 July Celebration
A (lue-dav celebration of Incle-
' ! pencience Day is on tap as plans of
the Roosters Club laKe snapi' o"
ih anniml festivities. The week
,.,oo f children lrom
.- oi ii..,.lis. (IrnlmnaL'e at Mid
I'liTlviu i,.i,., -
fllesex will present a program at
ihe Rocky Branch n"'" ' .. ' I ,,.tii curt with Community Develop-
(. i ii . ii... -
r'l. ,.h Mtw VV('(hii"-'i.'i
p.m. Kveryone is cordially invited
to attend the service.
The Rev W, U. Dod: -on is pas'or
of the church.
56 ' 1:15
r.., hnmc econonusts
Carolina Power and Light Com
pany will instruct three-day
All-Electric Cooking School at,
the Champion YMCA June .10-
h inst been prepared
Classes will be conducted by
M,s Eliiabeth Parham. Mrs Jo
Ann -Hodge, Miss Vonnie Poston,
., m;ni onH Mrs Cather-
Mrs. Aiene . .
:..' cimnnPtte. home economists
MR. BARBER IMPROVING
i S. Barber. Sr.. who underwent
. Titit-.-wiM t Itmn-it.'il.
vicinnflrv at'l IVlllf'S
,....1 renor s i COniei-uce
A Holy Communion service for
the group will be conducted Wed-
,,c 6 '. T5-... U! lurk.
nesday night by tne nvv- i ol(l for gradUa.e
son Huneycuii ..:rnont ta(it w,.ok witi
week, is reported
ine siinuii'ci.i.t. .-. , son nuire-'"" .,, Ai.
nf the Carolina Power and Light ministers of the Waynesville d.s
,See Cooking School-Page trict
Mr and Mrs, W. F. Swift. Jr. of j
Weaverville left Sunday for Nash-j
ville where they will enter Peabodv
.',.! icarleton Weatherby and Carl Rat-
spent last week with Mr.- "v-,. I,Hh..tter-Pi'
merit Day July 3 and end vvun tne
Legion Junior Baseball game Satur
day. July 7 All events will lake
place at the Waynesville High
School Ott Ledbetter is general
Community Development Day
will have Turner Cathey. assistant
county agent, in charge. Races,
stunts, ball games and a musical
program are set for the morning...
aHernoon and night. '
The Fourth of July schedule calls
for a full day of athletic events
..n.in tho direction of Coaches,
olher who enjoyed the warmth
welcome The hospitality: and
friendliness of Ihe people of Way
nesville and Canton will always
leave a delightful memory with
I shall always rememlier the
i people as being some of the most
; cordial 1 ever met," said Mrs.
See KxprrwMHW Page Ht
Injured.. .. 24
(ThU Information com
piled from Records
aUte Bighwa; PatroL)
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