MWOAKD PTG CO
SfWil S Fir,! St
LOl ILLE Rr
lt twenty mode'
. rertain amount
; for even-one except the
j just about any Place
tf to starun.
'ILi right on hand
'.V mv. nr twice but
ftadfie Mr. Allen got
ffcar as if it were
"luge, got in, stepped
and it clicked oft
wtu petting -once In
. . h. niwapher as
u of in a cloud of dust,
Lor hitting on iU four.
L-umII Lions Club, at
Itlne Thursday, formally
fstruction of a modern
i Pieeon River to
66th YEAR N). of
cck In The County Scat of Haywood County At The Eastern Entrance Of The Great Smokv Mountains National Park
! TODAY'S SMILE
j The millionaire's wife fcow- t
I Ml at ker husband's sickbed, a !
' Ihe doctor ewUarlMt hia exajav-1
inalion. Afterward, la the hall. j
; hr asked. I there any hope. I :
doctor?" "That depends." said j
he. "Whaj are joa hoping for?" j
WAYNF.SVU.LH, X. C MONDAY AFTERNOON, Jl'NE 23, 1931 $3 00 In Advance. In Haywood and Jackson Counties
aject, one of Intense in-
U unanimously aaopiea
inini Thursday win w
iilr for the club as they
w officers for the com
. nr Riwd Owen will be
k is the new president, at
U simper at the Stokes
Lk m th lionesses have
irMinH fnr an Invitation to
to, but the Lions are going
ike invitations only to the
n..,i. la In fihartf Of the
d installation night is
looked forward to by the
wmters will meet at the
W at 6:30 and go in a body
Community Winning Chairmen Look At Checks For $1,000
O s ,v ,
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s , , it 1 ' ,
Beaverdam Is Winner
i ' y- jClapp Cites
Good advice practical suggestions; compliments and cash were liberally distributed at the annual meeting of the Haywood Commumiy
Development meeting here Saturday, Standing before the huge display of pages from The Mountaineer portraying agriculture accomp
lishments of the county, from left to right. Dr. J. H. Hilton, dean of agriculture, State College, looks at the three winners as ihiy opt-n
their checks; Jack Chapman, chairman of Beaverdam, holds the $500 for his community; George Boring. White Oak. smiles at the $.um
check for his community, and Robert Boone, chairman of Pigeon, is gratified at the $21X1 check for the treasury of Francis love. Mrs.
C. 0 Newell chairman wears a satisfied smile of "a year of many notable accomplishments". (Stall I'hoto'.
ioco Gap .
t-of-state cars were in
ii i collision at the top of
' SundaV. shout five.i Pa-
i MdtVtJsrd Brn-
IcClehham. I A,unn.
,'ifrss. driving after his ve
id crashed into thei'rear of
iiten' by Thbmalsv W. Wll
'il Qreen,vllle,:lS. .,C. 'r
i images were1, minor, with
kdriveable after the aeci
4 no Dersonal injuries, ac-
to the Investigating pa-
pwas s solid line of cars
time,, and caused some cdn
the officer said.
j Two Haywood boys were injured,
one seriously, about 3:30 Sunday
Merchants here are staging a
campaign to protect themselves
from ine increasing numoe! ... so- ;inormmn thdr p)ck.up
UCitOrS. li,...b I. it llii, chnnlftnr of lllffhwnv
A special meeting called Friday N), i)) 2:t, wo miles west of Can-
morning by Paul Davis, presiftent. j ,()n i,,,.,,,, 0Vcr in the center
the merenanis weiu on n-Lom i,iv-lo, ,ht, n).,rt
drinc the full enforcement of thM a Meflford. 17.. on of Mr.
Farm Leaders Pay High
Tribute To The Mountaineer
By Health Board
iVcoiMiliPdations ''if the riVre.i' , M. .u,;,; AtertfV.iri, Ralcltffr
(hal no "business tie given any P?-j(v,vr is n a serious condition
son without a permit being recriv
Jibcr of Commerce
Jw Bulletin Board
and residents alike will
"opportunity to see "what's
the new bulletin board in
pmber of Commerce win-
fasuring about 3V$ by 4V
m is now devoted to pie
id posters of the drama at
f. The. display will be
P the miridlo nf th week
Pthe seating arrangements
Amphitheatre, and the sec
located to Waynesvllle
iyers. ' .
fiaterial will be shown each
curing typical scenes and
wities of the reBion.
t'hvr, is in a serious condition m
thP Mission Hospital in Ashevitlo,
d from the association." jsullcring from a fractured skull,
. Cards have been printed tor anrt.mricr injuries
placement in all places of business. I Kdwin Palmer Hatcliffe, also 17
which reads: "Notice to solicitors: and of the same area, ncived in
this firm will not consider requests; jries to. his head and righl leg.
for donations, or purchase of tick-1 His condition is not termed as set -ets
or, special program advertising. . ions.
or any advertising unless the SO-i Patrolman H Dayton said the
Kcitor present authorization from ' truck, was traveling west, and ran
tho Mnrrhants Association Fail-!nto the shoulder of ihe highway.
ure to comply with this regulation i 1 1 vine to get back on the road,
will subject said firm to a tine urn,,, driver, naiciine. v.ds ....
like amount of donation." : have lost control, and lh- vehicle
out inai nit Siuin , -had
grown "out of reason and in.ing injuiics.
manv cases the unsuspecting mer- I'alrolman VV. II
ut f.,ilc opt value received ,.;,l,ii In the scene
AH food handlers in the county
are being X-rayed by the county
health department, as a chest
X-ray is one of the requirements
for receiving a food handler's permit.
The use of such X-rays N cor
W fined almost entirely ' to tubercu
losis control. The three I'll, com
muters in the county arc cooper
ating with the health department
In the use of the X-ray camera,
which has been loaned by the State
Board of Health.
,e Kept Busy
P1 Police hardly had time to
Pant over the week-end
sts wero made hetween
Hid Kllniltu Tk. ..sol mill
.., j . A lie Wircu "
s'fiyirsnn- -u ..,1th
lit were cuaigeu wim
"inn and disorderly; two
'"""on of the prohibition
Id Ana Aftir.
'ng; reckless driving and
rrs license; improper
& Da .... u.,n..r,t
r sauit and resisting.
for his money. The Assocm':-".
will check thoroughly each solic
tor, and his plan, before giving a
permit to make solicitations.
Coming Election j
Nearly a hundred voters register-,
ed at the Waynesvllle Town Hal .
and twenty-two at the Aliens i r. . k
school Saturday in the first day met
the town election .Tuly n Uw
books will be open two more
urdays. June 30 and Jmy
9 a. m. and 7 p. m.
All nPUTomers and all resident
in the area included in th- exten
sion of the city limns are ... . m
ter at the proper place for Hun
precinct. Persons who are -tered
for county elections ''; ;"
reminded that a
tion is required i" voo- m
Is TVH Him
: Gordon Clapp, chairman of .TV A
oicked u Ihe theme of the Hav
wood Community Development
Program here Saturday, and set up
the standards of "better living on
a pedestal, and kept his listeners
intensely interested for th 45
Mr. Clapp told hi audience that
the world is just a com nm nity, and
the place to learn to live together
is right at home, no matter in what
part of the world one lives.
"Community life, like an indi
vidual, must discover their own
purpose, and once that purpose is
discovered, keep moving In the
direction you feel is right "
"You cannot build an individu
al, a community, a nation, or
tiv feeling, or desire for a better
world inside of us, and lor ever
strive for Ihe goal."
Mr Clapp said that Haywood
count was demonstrating there
arc ways of building physical needs
to assure better living lor all con
cerned "W at'ain better living throurh
lic lei use et the hind, oui timber
.id mineral i-'miecs ami preser
vation of water
read many statistics of chang
Ifs in Haywood county. 1 have
dri'ii nrofoumllv lmiiresed wllll
the guarding and improving of
protection of the headwaters ot our
major tributaries of the Tennessee
Itlvcr " Here he pointed the con
tinued nerd of soil erosion work.
Ilia land under control.
Mr.vtllaiu,iul,afut .Ut nieM ji,rti s is Dctnii practlcett hTOtrith-
White Oak Won
Second Place, With
Francis Cove In
Special tribute was paid h Mrs
C. O. Newell to The Mounl.iineir
for tlieii Farm and Home leatuies,
based on a vlsil Ui each of the com
munities in the county
Mrs ewell said "This piece ot
work is among the finest things
yet done; the cooperation of The
Mountaineer, together with the
siieelal community l eal ores lueii
added more than we will ever know
to the promotion ot the work in
. this counly."
to heln with
traffic which oil leers termed was
Hi, heaviest at that particular time
thev had seen in years. One lane
of 'traffic was kept open until the
wreckage could he moved in about
Katchffe was given emergency
treatment at Mission hospital, and
discharged soon afterwards
The Hospital reported at noon,
I that Medford's condition was still
, termed as "serious."
To Tour County
Points of Interest
Four-ll Canipers al Camp
Schaub this week will make three
trips to points of interest in the
counly. Boys and girls over 14 will
vUit the Champion Paper and
Fibre plant. The whole group will
go through the Stale Jest Farm,
and will probably make a trip to
the Stale Fish Hatchery.
Five counties are represented in
this week's campers. Approxim
ately 50 are ' from Avery, and the
others from Watauga, Cherokee,
Clay and Swain.
4iu' in noliilniL' to he ariie ills-
play of front pages of ihe sections
of the paper featuring the (vnrhnis
eommlliiilics: "I feel that such
work as this has had much to do
with the success ot the program
here in Haywood.''
I)r J, H Hilton culler this year,
remarked thai the series was in
his oiiiniou, an outstanding piece
of agricultural promotion Satur
day he added "He sure thai I gel
the complete bound series as prom
tscd I want this lor my perman
In This Edition
out the county.
"The work downstream," he s"d,
will not amount to much unless
the headwaters are effectively pre
served and utilized.' ,
Mr. Clapp told of the control
and regulation or Hie Tennessee
Hiver and all tributaries, utilized
for use In everyday living.
-It is to Ibis end that TV A Is
seeking to handle the program."
The sneaker pointed out the
splendid cooperation received here
in llavwood and the slate agencies.
through which TV A must work with
The 1950 "commencement" exer.
rises for the l;iywood Community
Development iirogram here Satur
day was climaxed with the award
ing of $500 first prize -to Beaver
dam Community- WOO to '-White
Oak for second place, and $200 to
Francis Cove for thud,
A few minutes later,. Jack Chap
man, chairman of the Beaverdam
group was named county chairman,
and George Boring, chairman of
the White Oak group was named
vice rhairnian -Other officers in
cluded Mrs Bill Hembree, secre
tary; Hev Oder F. Burnelte, treas
urer, and Mrs H. A. Garner, reporter.
The program got underway fol
lowing a colorlul dairy parade led
by the high school hand The
group paused on the courthouse
lawn long enough to see Or. 1 )
Schaub crown the "Dairy tiueeu"
of llavwood The queen, it turned
old was Ihe lirie llolsteill cow
which has broken all state records
for milk produced in a vear The
cow is owned by Fd Sims.
Following si vi ral selections in
the courtroom hv the band, Mrs C
O Newell chairman, took charge.
Key. Paul Thrower gave the Invo-I
cation, with Mrs. Newell extend
ing the greetings, along with an
explanation of the program, and
some of the goals and accomplish
ments. Ilersbel llipps. vice chairman,
presented Ihe 2ti special guests,
most of thrni from State College,
and TVA The visitors were guests
of Champion Paper and Fibre
Company al Lake l.oKan on Fri
day and Saturday ingjits.
Wiillam' WTdteVldes sang "My
Wild Irish Hose'' and "The Bells
See Itravrrdain Page 6
f -' ":v. ''-
.'.' rm v - .
in ot Ihe Home
, devoted to the
Tills week's secti
and Farm feature i
Work is now being pit- tied on the I
() S Rhymer has filed as a can
didate tor a place on Ihe Waynes-
ille Board of Aldermen. Mr.
iMiL-nu.r w the ninth man to file
Hominy commimiU lor publication ( . (m )()(, 3.ma hoard, for
at an early dale. the July 171 h election.
Two candidates who had prev
iously fib'd have withdrawn from
the field in the Haelwood elections
June HO. Lawrence Davis has j
withdrawn as candidate for mayor j
and Kenneth Hull as candidate lor
the board of aldermen.
Gravel Is Being
Put On Alley
Workmen today were putting
gravel on the alley hack of Main
Street, preparatory to paving Last
week the large storm sewer was
put down the center of the alley,
taking all surlaee water from the
buildings to Sliellon Creek
F humid, with scattered efter-
I ' eriy night thundershow-
icil Wavnesvilli temDera
! recorded by the staff of
iT Test Farm:
max. lain, aii"
2 - -2 61 .42
Local Cow Breaks All-Time State Record For Milk Production
Four Men Called
' For July 18th
f our men will leave for indue
,, Julv 8. Ihe Selective Service
Hoard announced today. They are
Kstle William Hannah, Samuel
Kooscvell Mann. Donald M. Craw
ford and .lames Shirley Treadway
The Board reports that H bas
thus far received no call for men
10 'report for pre-induction exami
nations in July.
Rollman Sees Third War
As Already Underway
- ..,Hei A xiti, rnnflirt
Heinx Rollman. President ; ; r mnan ,he lives of aflcast
,.ii.- ci, rornoration. believes womo . , . ,
vyciii" oi' " t .'t hud n "or " ,,
that the third Wor d War ha i i t t)mM of (he
ready started, but n can - , ;n , wars
ped now" Prvlnd',ho 1.000 "Kverv American should worry
Americans get behind in ways and
officials in Washington and la . "tor d, war. We must
infTSl Marians her. X that Congress cannot do it
Rollman aaareiseu in an "
!.ridaySniond ffrS ' should drop; Mr Foman s remarks climaxed
his opinion Amen Rljssl3n,. , on lnP deveiopment of
g,Si H emS we nave no desire WpU(.0 shoe Corporation here,
and let them sec , we d uic M blrthd
to conquer Russ'. strive ; nJ,(thold o the meager beginn.ng
drop items of gxi ; . , He 10 a r)I3ansion through
for peace, he con . u,-. ,, more than
Mr. Ro Z ; days, ; oo p.c .fe employed,
does not scare anyone v .r . future,
and are wormng u
Soe Fol!mn rp.ge o
2 t Tit -.M J I OIH WWWrm' mr
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v- ..I xAr , 'hi;rrvi-:,-
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. "V - v., Lt- "I
FRANK D. rERGCSOV has filed
as a candidate for the office of
mayor of Waynesvllle. Th
Waynesvllle lawyer filed on FtV-
day. (Ingram Photoi.
Here For Mayor
Frank D. Fertuson Is a candidate
for Mayor, in the Town of Wayne,
vllle election on July 17th.
Mr Ferguson, a lawyer. Is a na-
livr nf Wavnesville and is a grad
uate of Waynesvllle Hlgh. and Duke
University, He studied law at the
Ashevtlle Law School at nights and
during the summer, and was ad- .
mltted to the bar In 1940 When
the second World War began, he
volunteered, but was rejected, and
ent to work for a defense plant
lit Wilmington. He returned here
in January 1940 and r-pened ul ,
office " ' " ' '
Me Is president of the Haywood
County Bar Association, chairman
of the Haywood Board of Flections,
and has served In various capac
ities with the county and district
Young Democratic itg.tnbatioii.
Wounded In Action
In Korea June 12
Pfc Kenneth Albert Hill. L'SMC.
son of William A. Hill of Sauhook
was wounded in- action June t2,
according to a telegram Just receiv
ed by his family. His wound is
presumed to h not serious Pvt.
Hill enlisted in the Marine Corps,
last September and wenl overseas
in Jani'sry. He has seen previous
service with the Air Corps and
the Navy, all of it in the Pacific
The telegram reads- "Brgref to
inform vou that your son Private
First Class Kenneth Albert Hill.
USMC. has been wounded in ac
tion 12 June 1951 in the Korean
area in the performance of his
duty and service of his country I
realize your great anxiety but na
ture of wounds not reported and
delay in receipt of details must be
expected. You will be promptly
furnished any additional 'inform
ation received. Apparently hl.
wound was not serious is he was
not evacuated His addre ., ie
limit r' i .,.,.. vi inim.iial Cornrlower. Hoistein owned
rTTTZTumwn Placing an honor w.ea.h of red roves about tne necs m a- . 1.a111Kl l)alM Qui.,- she
ur. i. w. " ; cmrHuv mftrninB. ' ne cow . .. , . . ...... ,.
. . - r.:.. Mnth nrnera i i c .. .. .. j tv,,. hnttor i in , i- ti
rC'h Vmcrica and
-82 61 .42 8lirh bombs. . . . I planning.
.86 59 - 'The industrialist also po.meo u.
.88 HktPK J-tu'Y' should not r-sk another
;;-Ed Sims, at a Dairy Month pro gnin her. Satu, m The
has produced 21,521 pounds of milk to date . and h until i . cow will be checked at her las
ZL The value of milk over the cost of feed M8rd oftoday . of Mr and Mrs Sim- 1
mi.kiiy by a host
hold the information
Killed .... 1
Injured . ...26
Chamhcr Of Commerce
The line should hp bu ;v only Kilf
often now when ynu cill 'he
hamber of Commerce In order
to handle the volume of addition
al calls, another telephone hj3
just been installed. So if number
i 433 is busy, try the new line, !3o9.
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