Half A Loaf
.- wait to begin
down by the time
i tl ,hia Others
he beginning, but
tF1" -nMed un-
story .ddicUi skim
out who commit
inds of peP,e shou,d
if ... literally. They
1 ..... tntn the Haywood
irr La choose their
t ILk The population of
I'" ' sn much
itock of books that
f- .verage of only one
P.' w fnr each person
L' .The American Library
r .... .hat a good aver-
i" L-i- Knnks lor each
66th YEAR NO. 5: 2(1 r.U.I s
Fubh,!cd Twue-A-W rck In The County Scat of llaVwwd County At The Kastet n Entrance Of The Great Smoky Mountains National Park
m the aUide."
V i Y N lis vTu.E,' N, C-THURSDAY AFTERNOON, JUNE 28, 1931 "$3 'H) In Adonic In Haywood and Jackson Counties
Milk Drinking Contest Winner
1 -... have sleot in the
, bed, but neroen. um-
lad a full-grown near
in bed with mm ana
jl tha. ffli A
hi family were
I 1.IU - , ,
L 1 0 the Le Conte trail
ater Springs sneuer a
t r HiPK!l IKU.
1 1 w -
, fcw York, comin aown
Trail, told us that
bear was arouna, ana oi
food." he relates,
ft been camping there any
U times and never naa
l-ihsnns went about unpack-
i goods and getting ready
Suddenly there was the
i shouted and beat pans,
nt stones in his general
ci, taking care not to hit
, is not to infuriate him.
dd go off a few yards Into
us md circle and approach
ipfrom another angle."
k the bear had gone off
-.bn took the cups, alu in
to the spring to wash.
m that bear again. "He
ok at those shining cups
after me. I left without
t When 1 came back he
V . ' , sM
I Y i i
l :- 4 , . r ' . -
Working New (f? m Qj '
Tax Budgets iteff
r v Lrl
Lake Camp Meeting Speakers
June Dairy Month program participants can take some, pointers from this calf on'the farm of Jack
... ... . ... .i .r. ,1'... ..t11 .n GufiirHuv hilt
Harris of the lnickety section. June ii.nry Montn opens iminun m nijronuv ..,,
it's old news to this youngster down on the tarm.
Program For Fourth 01
July Week Set Here
' Tlin annual Knurl
For Lake On Night
Of July Fourth
md one of them full of
bot must ha, liked hat
law. becausa at 11:3U tnal
Was bwk. 'e'itt set tte
t me tedge thit f prms. the
im of the shelter. I iook
d thwe he was at the ledge
it ny toes, I gave a big
md he took off again.
I next thing we heard was
HM morning.' The bear was
Mir shelter - almost. In bed
F We'd hune; our bread in
jna Rtrtng to keep out deer
m mat baer was after .the
At ooeS over th 'lpriup at
pof my btink'arai wint off
whole bag. That was all
'id we had two loves and
wner buns so I ran after
Merine T. was nnnrlncr rain
k and scattered all throusth
H. I chased him about a
p yards and then both loaves
K He took one and I took
P he went his wav and I
Thi annual Kolirlh of .tlllv week
ohservaiue liere will f,et underway
Sunday evening with union serv
ices at the high school auditorium,
with Kev .lack lluneyeiitt. district
superintendent, bringing the mes
sage Mrs. Kied Martin will he in
charge of I lie music The li-day-and-nighl
program is being sponsored
by the Boosters t'lub, with A. P.
l.cdbeltcr. general chairman,
j On Monday the six units of I he
'Williams Hides will sel up for
i business on the playground at the
; school Tins is the s.mie company
! thai has been coming here lor
I the week of the .Fourth for the
In addition to the camp inert-1
ing that will be under way. the
Fourth of July holiday program at
the Lake Junaluska Methodist As
sembly will feature "dinner on
the ground." swimming and boat
jaccs, and a lakeside display of
Wotnt cnnri rvenvs Will UC I"
In the afternoon from 2 lo i i past six yri.s ,
o'clock according to Dick Crowdcr. i o Monday alirrnoou nine win
recreat'ron director. Competition j ;, douhlo header baseball game
Will include 100 yards free style j h,.Ween teams of the Knee I'anls
swimming, diving, backstroke, row i ,,.apm...Thi. will Ix-gin at 4:30.
boat races and canoe tilting. ; Tuesday has been designated as
Entrants will be divided into two rm,miii Day, wiih turner
groups under and over 14 M'ai s t -,,t li, in charge of an all-day
did, Crowder said. Me r. qucsu-.i ,,,, -,m, si. k
.u. ni.nu mail him a post card : ,.,,,, cininming until Ini that
giving name, age and address.
Picnic tables will tie avaname im
families who wish to spend the day
at the lake. Dr.H. G. Allen, assem
bly superintendent, said gale ires
will be waived for rourin oi .mh
The fireworks exhibition, will be
staged at 10 p.m. The "tiring H""
will be at the top oi mission
near the cross, so thai the spectac
ular bursts of rockets, pinwhee s
and picture designs win ne visum
p doesn't say how many
I1 he's fakintr novl irin
- B ..x- V V. . f ,
' Martin and Penny Mc-
3 Moore walking down the
p that the street In ques-
m waynesville it's in
wise, who is a recreation
pt with the hospital serv
Pt American Red Cross,
f "I Tokyo the 13th of this
phe was delighted, to come
jjSgt. and Mrs. Mocre, who
mere now. The two
Sunday together very
II thpv uim,U U I
nt to church, had lunch
" me Moores' three chil-
Iritt on,I,. yjuc iiung inai
Cerent ttim.u iM
I lh stores are open on Sun-
the two had a chance to
""-sriopping. Louise writes
'Oaf imrtPaCQnyl )Anlu
rwet of ueoDli. of all na-
in one religious serv-
Canton Tax Rate
Set At $2.05
The tax rate for the town of;
Canton will be, set up Wr on the
$100 property valuation for thr
npt fiscal year, it was announced
following the regular meeting ot ,
the'Mayor and Board ot aiucm."i
Monday. The new rate has be,
set at $2.05 as compared witn;
$1,95 for the current year.
The new town budget has hern ;
completed, and is being passed,
in riu,. order at successive:
c Ihi, nfficia s in
meeiiiiK i "' : .. , , ,
nenses will be punnsnro -
Because of thr increase m . -s,
of materials and labor, and of thr
necessity of exponding hr
program, the recently elected of
ficials find It necessary to tncrcas
taxes in order to meet expenses, it
was pointed out.
nii'hl ai Which lime prizes
value will he given away.
A full day of activities has been
arraimrd tor Wednesday. the
Kouith The events (it thr day will
begin wild a parade, led by the
Inch school band. I he parade win
loim at the court hoii-e, at ten.
march up Main street to I be Hap
itist ehurch. out lo Five 1'oinls, and
from here ,o Itrown Avenue and in
n... ...i,,,i 'I'h,. hand be giv
en a ride from thr HapHsl chiireh ,
to Five Point, while all other units ,
, Hi,- parade Will remain intact, i
i Kollowing the paiade. a spoils.,
program under I be dire, lion ot C j
y Wealherbv and Call Kalchfle ,
twill be staged. Persons ol all ages I
will participate, in. H' various
I .. nin ,i.,liln.li.'ider base-'
ball gamr belwren llazrlwood
Canton will be staged "i
Thursdav at live, a soft ball game
bet went Welleo and Champion will
be playd in the stadium
Kie.lie;iilcr ball gam'
One o Hie highlights in
n,irls- field will be the game
Saturday a, 2 SO between
Havwood Junior l.eglon leam
Vaid.-se On Saturday night
...i.i , ,.,,,inK iirotfi arn wi
all-nig"' """'"f "
leal ill ed
1 . , i..,... r the nroceeds
1:11, 'I SII'll ' ' '
made hv th(
To Be L. L. Ray
L L. Kuv, director of agricu!
tur.nl foundations at North Cam-j
lina Slate College, and Jonathan
Woody, bank president, will be the
rankinii sneakers at the annual
dairy banquet Saturday which lops
otT June Dairy Month
Also planned for the program is
the recognition of the oldest dairy
man in the county, and special,
music by a quartet .
The banquet will be held at
Camp Schaub, beKinninK at 7 p in.
It will be attended by dairymen.
I heir wives and special guests.
James Kirkpalruk, Dairy Month!
general chairman. is also ban
quet chairman. He will be as- j
I sisted by Miss Mary Cornwell, Mrs.
1 W D. Kelner, Mrs W. V. Swill.
' Mrs .1 I! ('indwell, Mrs Frank M
'Davis, Mrs Hob Ferguson ami
"Kud " Wbisenhunt.
Ice cream will be given away al
a booth In front of the Court
House, beginning at 10 in the
morning. Persons who piescnl in
formation pamphlets being given
out lo purchasers of fluid milk may
come lo the booth for the ice
There is also lo be an artificial
calf display hoolh which will re
main open as long as Hie n ee it i
cream is given
Committee members loi Dairy
Products day include Mr Kirkpal
rick. Sam Queen, Jl , M F. Nes
hill. Hob t'lideiwooil. Miss Corn
well, W. C. Huss, W. A. Corpen
ing. J. I.. Kdwar'ds, Howard Sut
' ties. t,rser RurRin. .Ir., Hob Fer-
guson, Monroe Silvers. Howard
, Myall, Frank Jones. Charlie. Wood
j ;u d, John Carver, (irahain lingers
! ,i iid Crovei C, Dolibms. .
Voters in Uaelwood will elect a
mayor ami throe-member board of
aldermen on Saturday for a four
The polls will open at b:30 for
the almost 800 registered voters in
the town The closing time of the
polls is 6:30 p.m. It is expected that
a couple Of hours will bo required
to make the tabulation of the volt
of the eight candidates on the hat
Tw are in the race for mayor
C 1,: Fisher incumbent, and Car
rol Whit nor.
Theii are six seeking a place on
the board of aldermen. Tbry nr.
Carl y.vaniier and Grady Smith
seeknii! re-election: John M Smith
Howell "Hunt" Hryson. Frank Un
derwood, and Tom Garrett.
Flection officials are: Woodrow
Troutman, registrar, F. F. Kuy
kendall Sr.. and Cecil Mooney,
The voting place is the town
Hoosters Club will be
'to the High School nann.
New Scout Lake Ready
For Water; Dam bum
nr draining Ho
Hood Bates to the nrw dam valves . is used
xiiv - Seoul I OOO.v "I
at Camp Daniel hoo.. - rniflwilh,p wo,-k
ramo on Little Msi ', J. u,. f the lake
clos6d abc Julyth fj, n mg. ... uie png
in.aere lake, it was w u , . . ,,r00Rt
-iMt ramDing cnau-i r tii Kin s"" "- ' .
from Ben Colkitt, campins , jy . c feet, and
man of the district.
- numlwr of weeks
Plan Is Proving
The rural hospitalization pro
gram is proving siieeessfiil. accord
ing to Lee.'Davis. administrator of
Hie Havwood County riospiiar i ov
plan went into ('fleet June HHh
for some 7.000 people, and as of
today, 20 benefits have been paid.
The plan is averaging belter
than a benefit per day. according
to Hie records.
Mr Davis said that the success
of the plan would be hugely dr
, pendent upon the ,i ompl m-ss in
i which the members meet quarterly
Will Compete In
! District Contest
! i'u. a ii rliih ii'uU frnm !I;iV-
i 111 V v'
wood County will participate in
I he district Dairy Demonstrations
contest to he held tomorrow in
Hetty Felmet Horn thr Waynes
ville High School 4-H Club, will
infiividual dairy demons-
The .Inly term of Superior Court
will convene July !l with Judge
J. C. Hudlslll presiding
From I lie list of jurors lr the
111 si work will be drawn I he names
i of nine who will serve on the
Grand Jury lor one year Tins is a
result of the new Grand Jury law
which was passed by the HM Gen
In the February term of Court,
eighteen Grand Jurors were nam
ed, nine of whom were lo serve
r,ir onlv six months. Those who
will continue lo serve lor another
six mouths include Wayne H Mod
ford of lit 2. Clyde. Dover F.
Cogburn of Canton, ark 1- Mas
sey ol HI, 2. Waynrsvillr. Charlie
lienson of Fast Fork, I) N. Arling
ton or 1(1 2. WayncsMlle. Arthur
Wall of lit :t. Canton, Howard D
l.cilhoi wood ot Ht 2. Clyde, Hav
.1. n Price "I 1(1 I, Civile and Dee
Itaxl.r o lit I. ( anion.
Jurors on the panel lor thr
lii ,t week air W, K. Hooiie of Itt
I. Waynesvi'le, Mrs Stella Mae
I 'inih lit Cuiloii Joseph T Mason
of ( anion; G W Nolaiui. Kt I.
Waynesville, W. It Jenkins. Fihre
villc; Tom Garrett, Ha.elwood;
Walter J Kathbone, Fines Creek:
John Hall. Clyde; T C Ferguson,
('anion. George Hill, Crablicc,
Fred M Hoglen, Crablree: F R
Green, Fast Fork. Alvm I'r.-ssley,
Hi. Ii, Canton. S F. Hi vson.
u.., ill W H Hramlott. Can-
Ion, L .1. Massie. HI 2. Waynes
ville; II 1- Saunders, I laelw oo.l ;
Claude Prcssl. y . Wiynesville; W 1
G Gi ill'in Id. 2. ('anion, (Jai Held ;
Anderson. Waynesville; Mrs. Loyd j
Grasty. III. I, Wayiiesyille. I. it.
Mai grove. HI. I. Canton; Jams:
McDonald. Waynesville; J W, Vi. k, ,
('anion. Joe Gaddy. HI 2, Canton, ;
Mrs l.yda C, Phillips, Canton,
It. Hvers. Clyde: G W. Hughes.
Waynesville; K... S. Dcnnrtt, Can
Ion; KHis Mason, ('anion; C. K.
Wright. W'aynesv.lle; Jack Me
Clure Ht 1. Waynesville, Juamta
Curtis, Ht. 1. Waynesville. I
Jurors who will serve for the
second week include H F. Sellers, j
I nt- Canton. C. K. Weatherby.;
Way nesville: Oliver . Hicks, Mt.
Stirling; William 1.: Chambers. Ht ;
3. Canton; Frank F. Smith. Waynes-1
vil'e; James M. Kdwards, Pigeon.
Charles Hyatt. Canton, Norman
r.ontrv Wavnesville; Hoy Haynos,
Officials of Haywood, and all the
tonws. are pushing to get their
1951-1952 budgets ready, and the
now tax rate set.
The county commissioners haw
their budget fairly well worked
out. with the exception of a final
figure from the Board of Educa
tion, which is also feverishly 'push
ing to wuui up me las m com
piling the estimated costs for next
Town officials have also comput
ed their estimated budget to the
point of making a further study
this week possibly today or to
As the Haywood budget was be
ing assembled by Auditor James
Kirkpatrlok, the board of educa
tion was putting Into final term,
their papers for presentation to the
commissioners for approval.
.lames W. Killian. chairman ol
Hie school board would not make
a formal statement for publication.
but did say that on Tuesday me
Hoard of Education approved a
substantial part of a proposed bud
gel and plans for presentation to
the commissioners. It is known
that the school board has had an
engineer here checking on the
estimated cost of making Improv-
ments on a number of jiaywooo
schools. The (Hidings of Hie en
gineer are expected to play a big
..art In the final report of the
school board for their request for
The school board is also expected
I,. Hip commissioners a (lo-
Kev- -George II Jones, of Nashville, will open me wanairr v.h.v ,
Mooting at l ake Junaluska Friday night. Others on the program
include Hishop Arthur Moore, of Atlanta. Much Interest it bt-
ing shown in the meeting.
Folk Festival On Lake
Program Tonight; Gamp
Meeting Starts Friday
Board Of Directors
Named For Year
By C. D. Program
i.i i.iv,, i.i (he commissioners a
tailed report of estimated cosis loi j IS miss Fluab. in
ii uencral school building program iTianiplon YM( A
in Haywood, to be financed by a
countv-wide bond issue. None of j
the school officials would give an
idea as to what the amount would ;
The genera! accepted sentiment
is that the once proposed three
million bond Issue Is out of Hie
question, and .,that amounl Is
longer being given serious -011-
A proposal made sometime -ago
i ...i ...lllorlal in The Mountaineer,
New directors tot Hie Commuil
jly Dcvelopiiicnl Piogram were
elected Mondav night hollowing
the usual 1 uslom. six members rep
resent the niiai areas and six the
Chairman ol the board is Carter
ivi,,,!,.,, ,.i civile Vice chairman
Johnston, Havwood ( ounly lunar
ian is secret.iiy, and David I'ndor
Other members ol the board of
directors are Mrs Homy rruc..
Kd Suns, Mis D 11. Vance. IloD
11.11 m.v 1 .a 1 1 v fugle. Mrs. Glenn
C Palmer and D. Hooves Noland
A doen persons will serve on
Hut new recreation committee, of
which Mrs CO - Newell is ohalr-
1 11 hers .ire C C Poindexter,
C F, Wealherbv.
Joe Turner, Fred S.
SalTord the H. v ( lie couins,
.loiella MeCi.uv. Mrs F.dgar Hur
nrtte. .Inn Host and the Hcv. Nail
r,.,,,. 11., i.-ii-K ,n s n '
was mal a maimin.nur - .
ia...t 1.., .1,.. ii.tmin issloners for 1 Ciirl Hal el ill
Improvement of school projects
which the state would not approve
1 be paid for out of school bond
monies That this maintenance
nionev lo be appropriated lr Im
mediate use upon passage n
county-wide bond Issue ot anom
one and a half millions.
The Idea has been approved by
several officials In private, and also
several communities. The two
hoards commissioners and school
board have not met in joint srs-
M.,11 since the proposal was mam
One spokesman for a large rural
community recently said- "Senti
ment. Is growing among our peo
ple to get something underway to
relieve the eonjeslion which exists
in many of our schools A prac
tical, down-to-earth plan win oc
acceptable by the people."
Officials would 'not venture the,
IE, r ,r f " 1 1 Health Clinics
town and county will be about
same as the current rates.
Named Trustee Of
l.ni.Hiii South! 1
has be. n 1 " ' '
the II" 1'il.a' I'.uii'l
miii 11 dir.: W S
I-,.,., ni l;, i m.r
(man. in! A
olhrl lliemln I
After a musical interlude to
night, featunng Bascom Lamar
l.unsford and his renowned "Caro.
Una Folk Festival at 8 o'clock, the
Lake Junaluska Methodist Assin
bly program will spotlight a 10-
day "old time ramp meeting,
Martins Friday night.
The Rev George H. Jones, staff
member of Methodism! national
Hoard of Evangelism, Nashville.
Trim . will bring the opening mav
sage tomorrow night In the audi
torium. Servires wilt be held
daily at 11 am. and 8 p.m. through
Camp Meeting leaders will in.
dude such Methodist .Ulwarts as
Hlsbop Arthur J. Moore and lir.
Pierce Harris of Atlanta, (la , I.
Clovis G. Chappell, Waverly. Tenn..
and a nationally-known song lead
er, Homer RwUheaww of Winona
Lake. Ind.. who teamed 20 years
u. 1 f n I nP lat Blllv Sunday.
Bishop Costen J. liarrell. Char
lotte, will preach at the U am.
servu e Sunday, and Bishop Moore
will give his opening message Sun
day night at 8 o'clock.
Cyrus Daniel, who arrived mis
week to serve his fourth season as
the assembly's musical director.
will work with Rodeneaver to pro
vide special music during Hv camp
meeting A feature will be the
Junaluska Quartet, all of whom are
new al the lake except Roland
FclU .tenor of Nashville, who was
here last year
New quartet members, selected
after a series of south-wide audl
lirms are; Miss Rosa Btudworth.
contrail... of Austin. Tex. Miss
, Marv Boiling Porter, soprano, Of
j I'.n is. Tenn . and William K Hlg
........ Ii,.,,,.ii li:.ss ,,( Rnwlinu Green. Ky.
mi, inliei of
,, who was
CAMPBELL TO ATTEND
Mrs Hoy Campbell will leave
tomorrow for Sewaliee. Tennessee
l Hllcn.l a. three-day Christian
Education Conference at the t 111
versdv of the South. She is one
of ten lavwomen from the Diocese
of Western North Carolina appoint
ed as a delegate bv the Nat'on d
Council of the Protestant K.piseopal
To Be Open
(In The Morning
P'l I.I.I s -.VI
nmi nil".' Ii
' to 4 ::o p I'
( -,ir: v lle.llth
,ii. I'lidjv have
rici 11. le 1 lie mnl n
1 linn on Thiii's
111.1I em elinie on
s be . .1). ' n every
i,, ,1, .veil as
1 iioiiii liiiiirs o 'J
Many Expected To Add
Names To Town Books
Miss Hetty Helney. Eewistiurg,
Tenn has returned as assistant
1 organist A contralto, she will -also
Uerve as an alternate in the quar-
j Daniel said that he will start at
, once to organize and train choral
i groups, including the Junaluaka
Singers, composed of sumnw-
' long residents.
A WNC senior youth group,
nuiuher ng 40,'i boys and girls and
! adult counselors, are meeting at
Sha. Moi d Hall through Saturday.
The Hcv Gilhrcath G Adams. Ka-
napolis, is dean of the training
A second WNC group, composed
t Methodist young adults, will
check m at the lake next wek for
hii assembly al Shaekford Hall. The
K. v Carl King of Salisbury will b
At Camp Adventure, a youth
group of Hawthorne Lane Met ho.
Church. Charlotte, will close
a week's s'ay Sunday, to be
by a similar group from
The new Junaluska Apartment,
mpiising 20 housekeeping units,
iter Lake on pane eushi
k. rariiy ciouay ana noi 1
Cy and Friday with possible
n InJ 1.. .I.LI 11 In.
i'ficial Waynesville tempera
I " recorded by .the staff of the
Max. Min. Rainfall
loan Will ot " . ' j j
. !' , .,. .... un heine Drovidrd
a large, thai mice - " .,:
For a numoer njrt- in thV "new lake", one ...
crew of workmen with heavy d , , the n b innrrs, anolher for
machinery have been bui id- w ill be m b d thPn
inc tnoso wnw kii
j,wr Dart tor nc "I"''
mOlVUK lliav. .
. rfam for he lake
'"B ; I:,: about five years
washed away the olddam.
. jwi time win
About xnree w -reared
to fiUtheke, S
kitt said. ine . .. at
141 - ...
at the base.
the top, ana -;. -f over the
...immrrs and divers.
the construction -When
camp opens, all water sports
wifl be a major part of the camp
II. IVI., Ir -
(ration on "Simple muk
For Varied Occasions". Uowena
and Jcwrl Williamson.
Thicketv 4-11 members will give a
team demnnstraiton on "Simple
Dsserts frnm Dairy Products '. !
Miss Jean Childers. assistant
home agent, will accompany the
girls to uoncoru.
LINDA WRIGHT AT HOME
Linda Wright, ten -year -old
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene
Wright returned Wednesday night
from Duke Hospital where she has
hppn undergoing plastic surgery.
Kt, 2, Canton: Mrs, t'aul nyau.
HI. 2! Canion; Charles S, Davis,
i Canton; Norman Ferguson, Caution-
Eva Cogburn, Kt- 2. Canton;
! Branson Hall, 10. 1. Canton; Mrs.
Marv Williams, HI. 2. Canion; Miss
I Helen Rav. Waynesville: W. M.
t Bell Canion; A. K. Robinson,
Arnold E KaulTmann of New
Orleans arrived Tuesday and is a
"uest of Mr. and Mrs, Jonathan
Woody Mr- KaulTmann will be
married Saturday evening to Miss
A large number of names are
expected lo be added to the poll,
books of Wavnesville this week
end at both of the voting precincts
the city hall, and Aliens Creek
All ocrsons who have not pre
viously registered in a town ol
Wavnesville poll book must regis
ter in order to be eligible for vot
ing on July 17th.
f Mrs Ruth Kelly is registrar at
; Precinct No. 1 'at the town hall' .
and Mrs. Leo Browning is regist
rar at Aliens Creek. ,
i All persons living in the area
I taken into the eity limits during i
. iioiR wilt have to
me (ids. 'u j . u
register in order to vote in the;
coming election, it was pointed (
4-H Dress Revue
Will Be Held
Revue held by.
I ll i;:iK will lie
r tiri.emeni "I thr
i',: model school
vil esses play
ilie-ses. and tajl-
Tiie Himual D
presented in h
morning a' 1" o
The aurls w
riot bos. evening
Blue red and w hue ribbons will
be awarded 'in each classification.
The countv- -winner will go to the
state contest to be hold in Raleigh
during the 4-H Short Course. July
Injured .... 26
87 - 59 .10
A 36-inch drain pipe.