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Published Tvvicc-A-Weck In The County Seat of Haywood County At The Eastern Entrance Of The Great Smoky Mountains National Park
NO. 30 211 PAGES Associated Press WAYNESVILLE, N. C. THURSDAY AF1LRNOON, JUNE 21, 1931 $3.00 In Advance In Haywood and Jackson Counties
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Record AWendcar.ee Seen
For Saturday farm Meefr
Choice Of T
Leaders On Program Here Saturday
Msy number to re
shrines back memories
L if,, father of two Ma
L. in honor the memory
Qarine whom he never
Luoys leave sunaay w
L a.te Carroll Swanger
fcmd Mrs. Roy Swanger
lk Keenum. so" i
.ih Keenum. nave octu
.American Legion Post
i Hazelwood to go io
L ihirrf vear. I. I. uans.
d representative of Una
wUcturing Company, has
money to make such a
ki. Ho makes the contrl-
, the name of PFC Louis
Scruggs. USMC, wnose
n,inc Scruggs, is em-
.niMBusta. Laffy was kill-
in 1944, and Mr. Gans
U when his body was
umpin 1948. In the three
.at, the gift has come with
in Memory of Lauy
Wn today were Installing
p on the court house ter-
vilshts. used often in the
have not been operating
Wimp Whpn workmen made
Ligation this week, they
lit wires rusted out lead
tie upright lamp Hosts, pn
Wot the terrace.
Une wilt be run from the
luliding, and separate cdn-
kmad for a neirtlreH it
pained. ' . '" ; '..' .'
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GORDON CLAPP DR. J. H. HILTON
Auditorium At Lake Enclosed With Glass
5k To Get
DR. HARRY CVRT1S
f Wiiburn is renewing
get a high peak in the
Cap section named for R
Browning, chief locating en
the State Highway De
Wburn inaucuratpd the
ftime aeo. and in connec-
p same other eeoeraohic
tints to opt tho npak nam.
!t Getty Browning."
distinction is due Mr.
ests in securing the Blue
""way route for North
Mr. Wilburn explains.
Mr. Ur-rmn I n rr ,hn flrct
Proposal to swing the
mkway around the
kh knoh wMnh M? Wil-
6 "eking to have named in
"he eneinppp is now listed
Kment maps as Hardy
I'Blark Mmmt.lii Mr Wit.
I traced the naming of the
rlDr. Hardw mil thrnueh
Its Of tha (smnii, Hnrtnr
Carolina fnn that thpv
.'"Die to making the pro
wional Geographic board
of not naming such
Murine tho Hfptimn nf the
Onlv (urn noforutfio DTP
ere this rule was chang-
.tarn is getting local sup-
'"tt The peak-is -about a
Three Tennessee VHlley executives wilt head a delegabon f ag.i
cultural and industrial leaders here Saturday, with Dr. J.. Hilton,
representing the State, together with association, for the big an
nuTcommunily Mopmenl program. A dairy par.de a ten win
begin the festivities for the day- --
Winner Of 1950
To Be Announced;
Many Officials Coming
A parade with floats and a band
the rrownlns of a aueen. and an
nouncement of the winner of the
1950 Community Development con
test will highlight Saturday's etie
bratlon of June Dairy Month.
Officials from the North Caro
lina Extension Service and from
the Tennessee Valley Authority
will take part in the parade and
will make the various awards.
The day will start with a parade
at 10 a. m. The Wavnesville High
Krhonl hand, directed by student
leader Mark Rogers, will furnish
the rhythm as the parucipams
move from Wavnesville High via
Haielwood to the Court House in
Wavnesville. Canton's share, or
iginally planned, had to be cancel
At the Court House, Dr. J. H
Hilton, director of agriculture at
N. C. State College, will crown the
Havwoori Countv Dairy Queen. Her
Identity will remain a secret until
Foilowlne this ceremony, the an
nual meeting of the Community
rtpvplnnment Dm nlzRtlon Will oe
held in the Court Room, with Mrs
C. O. Newell, chairman, presiding.
Dr. Gordon Clapp, director of the
TVA. will make the principal ad
dress; and Dr. Hinn win presem
the community awards. Bobby
Whitesldcs. a director at Camp
Hope, will sing. Also on the agenda
of the meeting, which Is open to all
persons interested, is the nomina
tion of officers for the ensuing
vear. R C. Francis Is chairman of
thf nimlnntlna committee.
At 1 o clock the Visiting omnaii
are due at Camp Schaub for luncn
con. Their hosts will be the Com
munity chairman and various otn
(See Farm Meet Pae
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Civic Leaders In
Both States See
Civic and official leaders of
North Carolina and Tennessee wer
elated this week over the latent de
velopment towards the reality of a
ater-leve road between Waye.
ville and Newport,
Charles F. Wavland. hiahway
commissioner of Tennessee, wrote
Dr. Henry W. Jordan, chairman of
the North Carolina Commission.
that Tennessee would meet North
Carolina at the line with a road to
complete the link down Pigeon
This ad ion on the part of
'I ci, (lessee gave their approval on
tho immediate construction of the
road, down Pigeon, to link 'he two
The Mountaineer, this morning.
learned from Jack Shepherd, editor
of The Plain Talk and Tribune.
NewDort. that "the citiiens of
Eastern Tennessee welcome such
good news, and look forward to the
time when a modern paved road
will connect Cocke county and Hay
wood. We have so much In com
mon, and a water-level road would
be of material benefit to both
states," he said.
This is the first time that Ten
ncasee has formally committed
themselves to meeting North Caro
lina on this specific road.
The action of Commissioner
Wayland came Just priod to the
announcement of Governor Scott,
as to the amount he will allocate
different road projects out of the
hiithway surplus fund. There is no
Indication as to what amount Gov
ernor Scott will allocate to any
(See Plieon Road Pane 8)
r y. June 21 Variable
t and warm with scatter
"ershowerg Thursday and
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Max, Min. Rainfall
Please, Asheville, Stop Confusing The Issue
The Mountaineer is keenly disappointed that the Ashe
ville Citizen sees fit to continue editorially to confuse the
highway situation in Western Carolina by makmu P
pear that the Pigeon River Road and U. S N o 2 -70 an
competitive projects. (See ed.tonal in lhe CiUxn
'Tothof these htfihways have a specific Rurpt,se; both
are of vital importance to the full development of West
"n Carla; both are sePan,e. and non.mpetifve pro-
jCCThe C.tien in both their news and editorial columns
Jt ues to paramount the instance of the
the French Broad River road, but always at the attempt
Pd Pxoense" of the Pigeon River road.
In study ng editorials in The Citizen, and maneuvers o
civic leaders' it appears to this editor, with respect to
hathlfare governed cnt,e.v by consideraUon of
the Merrimon Avenue entrance to Asnev.ne-an
CfZy disregard en.irely the impf,tance of
fu iheXeloping the western side of Bnbe -nty
and particularly the area transversccl by U. S.
the new French Broad bridge
Zru store and any
Asheville wholesale dealer.
Rii"'r: , t PiBe Vallev
allow distorted ideas i, cnntimpnt of Hay-
and repeats, mai -.
... i Wr. a so emDnabue uw
25-70 should be improv.u. - River
throushout Western No th Carn ma
or on any ClX1' aiu,ude-
Citin . would adopt a back fence:th our
We dislike to quarrel oier
"?Tr::sS.o -ice, he
uch as were m tnis m-
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r.AI'HIlK.tHI flllll llll'l llVl-llU'm .11 1(11 nut." ft i"F , HMMW.M.inw. ....... .v I " "
ing at a rapid clip as Hit' summer season nears lis peak. Shown, above are T, M. Kuvktiulail ion
ladder, Clinton carpenter, .'unl his helper, Scby Rbodarmer of Wavnesville. Insta'lltiK one of tho 108
windows thai will enclose the sides of the circular auditorium. The project v.ijl in iliy.e 2 panes of
glass. Measuring 425 feet in circumference, the huge auditorium lias been "open iur" since J', waa
built in 1913. Other Improvements on the building include pine panel Interior walls and asbestos
shingles- on the outside. 'iGrenell Phntoi,-.:" '
WOOa SaiQ euiiwio".,
mud on our clean wash,
9 On Hazelwood
Set For June 30
The ballots for the Haielwood
T,.,.,n oin.ilnn will contain the
names of nine candidates three
for mavor. and six for board of aid
ermen. The filing cioseti "raw
lti( u t iilv w iih Kuturdav set as
challenge day. The election is June
The three candidates for mayor
are: Clyde Fisher, incumbent, Law
rence Davis and Carrol Whitner.
The candidates for member of
ih Ik.uiH nf aldermen are: Carl
Swanger, Grady Smith, incum
bents, John B. Smith, Howcn
Bunt" Bryson, Frank Unuerwooo
and Tom Garrett.
A number of voters were anaea
to the books during the registration
period, and campaigning is going
on at a fast pace In Haielwood.
To Head Toward
Okla. Cow Country
Tk n,.i.r.f.Slatp Tour will head
out in the cow country of Okla
homa," with stops at varied poim
ii,.Kti i roiiie. according to
Agent returned the first of the
week from a preuminaiy
mapping out the mule.
Included on the itinerary is a
visit to the Woolaroc Indian Mus
eum in Ardmore. Okla.. ana a ku
look at Dallasf Texas, ine t....
ers will see the heart of the Mis-
i i Tl nn c farm country.
souri auu ,
Arrangements are Dcing in"C
for the group to meet the Cover-
nors of several ot me staves ..,.....
The tour leaves on me mim(,
of July 28 ana win iu,,.
August 5. '
Four Escape Injury
As Car Overturns
Near Dell wood
Four persons narrowly escaped
injury Tuesday nigm wn
.,.rt,.mpH on the road be
tween Deilwood and Maggie. The
car left the road and lurmu
down in a ditch. Damage was esti
mated at $250. .
Sheriff Fred Campbell said that
the accident was unavoidable. The
driver of the car was listed.
Open New Office
On Main Street
Harry L. Liner and AswK?iates
will op-n their new firm and of
fice on Main Street, next to tue
Strand Tlicalre, Friday morning.
The firm will handle real estate.
insurance, rentals, and invest
ments, Mrs. Joy Smathers is office
Ted Stackpole. district manager
for the Farm Bureau, announced
that Mr. Liner had been re-licensed
as an insurance agent, and he,
touether with At Marshall, would
handle insurance. Mrs. Marshall
will also lie in the office, which
was just completed by J. C. Ga
lusha The office has been modernly
equipped throughout. The building
was Just recently completed.
Is that you wearing lhe funny hat. in the above picture? Old-time waynesvme area resmems may
be in lhe picture made 38 vears ago on June 27, 1913, celebrating the opening of the first season of
the Lake Junalus'ka Methodist Assembly. The occadou was a Soulh-wide misMunaiv conierenee. The
.. .i,.. .......lino t hunch II ttim not comolcted. and Lake .IhhmIu' R.i .in the hark-
aUa iOIIUIII WHS usril l.M 'i'e mi. -n
ground was only partially filled
ed the assembly grounds
This photograph shows only a fraction of (!. Inia. i.nmd that lhron-
A brief and very Important
merlins ot the Merchants A-
socialon has been called by Paul
Davis, president, for Friday
mornlnj at 10:30 at the Court
House. The meeting will Ut
only IS minutes. The busines to
he taken up i of Interest to all
organizations serving the pubHr.
including fllllni sUtions and
. The -Chamber o Couuneiee is
"moving on lhe double-" Hiese days
thanks to lhe steady ii.cr4-a.se of in
quiries about the section and to the
sale of tickets to lhe drama al
Cherokee Mrs Cordon Sc'l.enck.
chamber .secretary, says thai lhe
inquiries and reservations for
space at. local hotels and boarding
houses arc far ahead of !! year's
(Sec Staff I'aae Ii)
Head To Address
Tourist Group Fri.
Library Asking For An
Increase In New Budget
(.'oil Ills I. .In. I
III,, ( ouiil (
sent I's birU.i
Charles I'arker. Slate adverlis
iiii director, will speak on "Our
5,:(ilO,(lM).bll() Toiirisl liusiness In
oilh Carolina" al the meeting
June 22 of lhe Western North
Carolina Tourist Association. The
meeting is to be held at Cherokee
following the quarterly session of j
the WN'C Associated Communities j nual mm
.lames Myers of ' Hryson City isU-d i,..n
president of the Tourist Assocla-' . ,
tion;' Paul Hyatt is vice president; ))(
land Mrs. fcdith Alfcy is secretary--. ,)(j,i. .,.
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CfMpcr Wire Stolen
From Storage Tues.
niiiiibi-i; of n-p1
State Park Officials
To Visit This Section
Members of the Slate Parks Green of Chapel H'H. Grge Hoss,
Committee of the fj.partmenl of director of the department Mrs.
Snseryatmn and Development ar- Grace V. Lane, secretary o the
riv'in Wavnesville today on an in- Board of Conservation and De-vcl-cnection
tour of Mt: Mitchell State j 0pment ;Thomas W. Morse, super
Park Riw assee Lake Park and : intendent .of State . Parks: and
.Iarr .-a villaee. Thev Charles Parker.' State advertising
irrimana dim - "
will he guests this evening of Mr. -director.
Vnl I s Paul Ilvatt. A small re-: , Hosts at the informa reccp on
. , -..j (U.ir hnnnr ... h r ann :vir uttviu i :
ccption is piannco , ""'.:-" m rharles E. Ray. Mr.
The tour i (tpe ; . w- c. Russ. Mrs
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar : St,heri(;k and Mrs
i-..,.,...eviile: Mr. and
D,.i..nM MeClamroch nf Chap
iS' HiirSr. -nd Mr,: Sylvester
Doyle Alley of
V Waynesville; and Mr. and Mrs.
Hubert -Putnam of. Canton..
j of about SJiNio .
! Hoard iix-mtwr'-. '
1 lhe additional lni"i
; ed'1 to hi ip ii I 1 1
1 maud - on 'h'- Hbr.'i
! nir G vn .'id
: presented data "n the early history1
I of the lihrarv and Mi- Margaret
! .lolliisrin described '.he accomplish
ments of the hbrarv since it has ne
come county-wide. Fourth hoard
member present was Glenn Palmer.
Miss Johnston's report brought
out the fact hal county residents
are reading almost seven times as
manv books a they did in 1944.
the year in which the unrarv oc
eanic part of. the county system
Children in 1944 read a little over
2.1)1)0 books, in 1950 they read over
a nno Rmikniolule service, un
known in 1944 totaled 26 997 books
The Sheriff's office is investigat-
s of local mg then ot a quantity "t cuy
tuwn iMd!Prr w,re sometime 'Tuesday night.
, ,,,;, mil-rest- me wire was .
,,, ,hl, 1(,(,t. .lunaluska It was being used by a
j contractor putting up high tension
;; t . lines fur the. REA, -
pi' rn'.i'd inc.
I or- an increase
v.-i- last year's
, w mild I..- need
,. arldii lonal de-ir-v
Mrs T Len-
Killed .... 1
Injured .... 24
78 . 56
78 S4 .08
.- 78 .57 . .09
: in 1921