I People Than
ey i he Waynesyille Mountains isd
E^- N0W "The_c^^\-Eastem&lrancco,^GreatSmokyMounuinsi ??
" ^M^ILLK^.. THt HSDAV APTCKNOON. NOV. II, |H4 ?? O?. '
In Adv.,we l? Haywood and
E retiming Hiywpod
Knnual out-of-state farm
? year will be made at a
En rapper at 6:30 p.m.
Kt Camp Seliaub on the
Broperty. it has been an
Ipei also will be held in 4
Kid tu introduce the new
E agent. Virgil L. Hollo
Efamily, who came here
Sper is open to all per
Eave attended one of the
? out-of-state farm tours
Embers of their families.
B have been sent out,
?to Miss Mary Cora well,
Bonstration agent, but in
|any person is missed, he
0 attend tne event.
gram will include a short |
session and recreation, |
ier Cat hey, former as
n agent, acting as master I
1 County has conducted
lints throughout the na
l the past 12 years. In
ir through several West- ;
id western states was at
this summer, slated to '
i Georgia and Florida, '
lied because an insufTi- !
>er of reservations were
cents are being made
er. to resume the torus,
e attracted national at
nton man wrote Miss :;
stating that he would
to attend the meeting at
aub Saturday night, but
rant to tell you how dis
1 was that we didn't '
out-of-county farm tour ; t
"aimer. I wun so rl?vei>- , I
was almost sick. So, at i
r Saturday night, let's I
of plans for next year's .
et's not let it die. <
mr members I contact !
1 will send them to the I
1 hope it will be a huge ]
nd tell the new farm i
all the demonstration
te out-of-county farm 1
what made Haywood I
mous." ! 1
laywood 11 lun are serving ' <
ntcd Stales Grand Jury
s drawn at the opening |
I term of criminal court j \
le Monday. ' t
tilson Warlick of New- i
revosi .,f Hazel wood was i
I deputy foreman. Other |
i>f the grand jury include (<
Caldwell, of Iron Duff. 1
Reeves of Waynesville.
i.K AMI i ll .AM r JON of the AVNC 20th I at Stock
Show and Sale was the whitefare Hereford owned
by Jack Felmet, right. Looking on, left to right:
M. (). Galloway, former llavwood cattleman, and
Hereford raiser, and Jim Graham, secretary of
the N. C. Hereford Breeders Association. This is
the second consecutive year Pelmet has won the '
Grand Champion cup of the show,
(Photo for The Mountaineer bv J. B. Brady>.
Top In Show
For the second consecutive year. }
a fleer owned by jack Felmet of
I lav wood County won the title of '
grand champion of the Western
North Carolina Fat Stock Show at :
The honor went to Felmet's I.
; 10-pound Hereford, which topped j
he field of 149 animals shown by !
[arm boys and giiTe from cigh" '
The title of reserve champion j
ilso went to a Haywood County ;
?ntry. a 1.030-pound Aberdeen-An
tus shown by Johnny James.
Of the entries. 25 were graded
jrime, 70 choice. 40 good and 12
The judge was Edrl H. Hostetler.
S.irth Carolina State College pro
fessor of animal industry, assisted
ay A. V. Allen. State College ex
ension beef cattle specialist, and
tl. Myrick of the State Department
Besides the ribbon of grand
I campion. Felmet's steer was
?warded a trophy by the North
Carolina Hereford Association.
After the show, the exhibitors.
In ir parents and adult advisers
,vere guests of the Asheville Lions
.Hub at a picnic supper. A film on
he livestock producer's place in
he national economy, and square
Blue ribbon awards presented
mtries owned by the following
Haywood exhibitors: Lightweight
(Sec Felmet Steer?Page 6>
Small Boy Drinks
Kerosene; Spends 1
Time In Hospital <
Little Jimmy Wilson is al- '
most back to normal, following
the nauseating and harrowing ,
experience of drinking kerosene. ,
Jimmy, the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Jim Wilson, of Hominy. 1
spent three or four days in the
llaywood County Hospital, fol
lowing his partaking of kero
A special school instruction on ?
"Improving Group Meetings," '
sponsored by the Haywood Coun-'
oil of PTA, will be held from 7 '
until 9 p.m. Tuesday at East Way- '
In charge of the school will be j
Miss Blanche Haley, field repre
sentative of the North Carolina',
Parent'Teachers Association, who
will discuss ways to improve meet- (
in_!s and then conduct a question- f
anti-answer session. - I (
Preceding the school a covered
dish supper will be held in the j
school lunchroom from ti until 7 ,
PTA groups throughout the \ (
county have been urged to send as 1
many representatives to the meet- (
in ; as possible. ! <]
An invitation has also been ex- | ^
tended to members of other orga- i ,
Haywood Is ;
Tops In Fat '
Stock Sale ;
Haywood's 41 animals in the |
lOUi WNC Kat Stock Show and a
Sale brought $12,608.87 at auction s
Wednesday afternoon, for an av- j
erage Of $32.11. The sale average
.vas $29.34 per hundred pounds. j c
The total weight of the 41 nni- j a
mals from Haywood was 39,455, t
pounds. | t
The Haywood County Bank put's j C
chased the Show Champion for i r
SO cents per pound, while the First i f
National Bank of Waynesvillc ? E
bought the Reserve Champion and ii
two others for 50 cents a pound.
Homer Sink, assistant county a-1 ti
jent, said tlit> boys and girls who ' tl
?ntered the show were extremely ti
ippreciative of the Interest shown 11
ay the buyers. I IV
Other purchasers of llaywood C
ltrimals included: Farmers Feder- : Is
rtion. First State Bank, Champion
Employees Store <5>, Kurt Cans, d
jeweler, ltogers Electric Company, o
jarrett Furniture Company, West- ii
;rn Carolina Livestock Yard, Park , b
Theatre. Glenn Palmer, Myers1
lirovery. Canton, Charlie's Place, p
iVaynesville, Leathcrwood and
Francis Esso, Waynesville Lions j
Canton Lions Club. Haywood 1
Farmers Co-op. Waynesville Ro-1
ary Club, Smoky Mountain Fer- j
ilizer Company, Charlie's Place,
Janton, Iron Duff Community. T
iVaynesville Kiwanis Club.
Haywood County Agriculture |
Peachers. Haywood Builders Sup- L
>ly, Ralph's Cash Grocery, Hazel- ?
vood, Waynesville Junior Cham- *
>ii/,.lions?sucn as cnurcn, civic,
and school groups and Boy and
Gill Scouts?to attend the cover
ed-dish supper and school.
n 1 i i -i
bcr of Commerce, Wellco Shoe
Corporation. Haywood Medical So
ciety, Dayton Rubber Company. b.
Waynesville Motor Sales, Hay- a
wood Cafe, Canton. Smathers Sup- s<
er Market, Canton <2>, and Sen- a.
i ator William Medford. pi
ihing Closet Association
H Provide For Needy
vt uic v, lutninn
wciation was completed f
it a meeting of rcpre
?f civic and church or- p
s in the Court House in t,
FPosc of the Association
jk clothing for the needy
hville, Hazelwood. Lake "
I and the surrounding '?
as through one central ?
hstribol ion. : 1
aynesville Kiwanis Club 11
?of the new organization 11
spearhead the campaign P
l?on of clothing,
on the third floor of the a
has been provided by c
'y commissioners where ;
kill be brought for re- ~
?8. classification and dis- ?
Racks will be provided I
?onsoring organization. .
'Per Walker, a member of \
committee for the
Closcl. was elected presi- j
l,he Association to serve
or two years. Other ofTicers elect
d were Mrs. Heine Bruce, vice
resident; Mrs. Julian Hirt, secre
ary; and Mrs. Sam Calhoun, treas
Committee chairmen are as fol
>v.s: Mrs. Roy Campbell, classi
cal ion; Mrs. Cicero Hooper, col
actions: Mrs Wallace Torgerson.
econditioninc; Mrs. Bruce, dis
ribution: Mrs. Raymond Caldwell,
ransportation; and Mrs. Ben Sloan,
These chairmen with the officers
nd appointed representatives from
lubs make lip the Board of Di
(See Clothing Closet?Pace 6)
\t Age Of 46
Wade Hampton McDaniel. 46.
Dimer Haywood County deputy
heriff for 15 years. died Wedncs
ay morning in the WaynesvMIe
capital afer a brief illness.
He was employed as a surveyor
y the State Highway and Public
forks Commission in Haywood
'aunty. He had served as deputy
herilT under Robert V. Welch and
lie late .1. C. Welch.
McDaniel was the son of the
lite Charles and Callie McElroy
IcDanlel of Haywood County,
funeral services will be held
Ylda.v at 2 p.m. in the First Bap
(Sre Made MrDanlel? P:i?r III
"> and mild today and J
rtlr.mtP?La,UrM wcrc un" F
To Visit Here
The Waynesville Jaycees will
sponsor the next visit of the
American Hed Cross Uloodmobile
to Waynesville on Friday, Novem
ber 19, it has been announced by
; Dwiglit L. Beaty, Jaycce sccre
i tary. ,
The mobile unit will be in oper
| ation in the basement of the First
I Methodist Church from 11 a.m.
until 5 pm.
Jajcee members are now circu-1
lating blood donors' pledges in
Given Lifetime ? J,
NEA Membership ?;
Lawrence B. Leatherwood, sup
\ erintendent of Haywood County
| schools, has been nominated to re- ()|
i ceive a lifetime membership in
I the National Educational Associa- sj
tlon bv the county unit of the j
North Carolina Educational As- __
Perry Plemmons, principal at
Fines Creek School and president
of the Haywood unit of NCEA, ex
plained that the organization con
sidered Mr. Leatherwood as the
| "most responsible and most de
serving" and nominated him for
the NEA membership for his "lead- >
ership and initiative."
The lifetime membership which |
the school superintendent will re
ceive is worth $ 150, Mr. Plemmons
adil' (I A
Merchants To Meet On j I
Monday Night At 7:30
An open meeting Mill bo hold | ^
of Um Merchants Anociatlon here ?
Monday night, 7 30, at which time I
all biiVincs people are Invited to
attend. A discussion of Chriit- I'
tnis store hours and a Christmas w
I i amotion program will he do ! "
?cussed, according to Harry Whlsen- | o
h int president of the nrganirntinn ''
U \HF MfDANIFL
Program Set For Tobacco Festival
Next Week; Clemson Man To Speak
ro Be Given
J. M. Kleazar, information spec
tlist from Clemson College, Clem
on, S C. will be the principal
peaker at the annual Tobacco and
[ome Demonstration Exhibition
rogram at the courthouse next
'uesday night, it has been an
ounced by Virgil L. Holloway, i
ount.v (arm agent, and Miss Mary '
?ornwell. home demonstration a- j
The program, which starts at
:30 p.m. in the courtroom, also
Beauty contest featuring "faim
rettes" from the various Haywood
ommunities; awarding of prizes to
he top five communities in the
nnual Community Development i
'rogram contest; naming of Win
ers in the Home Demonstration
Tub "kitchen contest" and other
wards; recognition of 4-H Club
ehievement winners, and special
The other portion of the Tohac
o Festival will be held at the
Vaynesville Armory, which will be
pened to the public at 1 p.m. next
'uesday to view the tobacco and
lome demonstration exhibits
The armory will be open on
'uesday from 1 p.m. until 7 p.m..
nd on Wednesday from 9 a.m. un
it 9 p.m.
Exhibits will be placed in the
rmory all during thy day Monday.
tarting at 9 a.m. They are to bi?
udgod at 10 a.m. Tuesday.
It. C. Sheffield, county COP
hairman. will preside during the
warding of the community con
est prizes. Judging of the five en
rants this year was done by
'harles Williamson, farm manage-1
nent specialist from N. C. State
Jpllege. and Miss Mary Neil of:
loone. home demonstration agent 1
i Watauga County.
Judge In the home demonstra
ion kitchen contest, with more
han 100 contestants in competi
ion aimed to stimulate rcmodel
ig and reworking of kitchens, was ,
liss Pauline Gordon, N. C. State [
ollege home furnishings special
In connection with the home
emonstration exhibits at the Arm
ry. Miss Cornwell said the follow
ig "score sheet" will be followed I
y tlio judges:
I General Appearance 50
Is the theme and purpose of your
<hibit easily understod? 15 points.
Are the major points of your ex
(See Tobacco Festival?Page 61
GROUND WAS BROKEN for the new llaywnod
County Health Center Wednesday morning by
C. C. Francis, chairman of count v commissioners,
at the building site on Highway 19A-23 between
Waynesville and l.ake Junaluska. Looking on (left
to right) are Mrs. Kubye Bryson, public health
nurse here: Frank Davis, county commissioner:
Mrs. VirRie Robinson of the health department's
Canton office; Dr. S. W. Jabaut. county health
officer; J. II. Way, mayor ol' Wayneuville; Miss
llorothy Whisenliunt, health department secre
tary. and O. C. Connor, foreman on the comtruc
It Test Farm
All Haywood County burlcx to
ucco growers are invited to attend <
demonstration of stripping and
irting tobacco, to be held at 9::t(l
m. Friday at the Mountain Ex-1
erlment Station, according to
ounty .Farm Agent Virgil L. Hoi-!
Hoy It. Bennett, tobaeeo special- j
t from N. C. State College, will!!
iscuss stripping, tying, packing. |.
id preparing burley for market j 1
id proper handling on the mar
it in order to realize the highest:
Mr. flollowav urged Haywood '
jrley growers to attend this deni-1'
istration at the test farm Friday I
nee it will be the only one held j1
the county this year. 1 <
It'C.II McCRAtHKN. of Clyde
I'Xfi sworn In Wednesday as a j
irmber of the Haywood Board f
f Education. I Mountaineer '
Chamber Of Commerce Seeking Full
Time, Experienced Manager-Promoter
Rev. Robinetf Discusses
U.S. 'Signs Of The Times'
' . ..... ........... ,? ' i
$100 Bill Lost
By Woman Paying
Did you find a $100 hill Wed
If you did, chances are that it
belongs to Mm. J. C. Moore, of
llvatt Creek. She was in town
.-.hopping and paving some bills
when she discovered the 5100
She had a check cashed with
which to pay the bills and was
ihout the task when she discov
ered the loss.
P. C. Peyton of Canton won The
Mouiitainecr'a delayed football!
contest last week with 11 correct
predictions out of 12. His only miss
was on the Florida-Georgia game
Four other persons Linzie Hoi- ?
lifield, Ted Martin, Bill Mehalfey,
and Paul E. Rogers?missed only
one game, too, but were farther off
nil the combined point total of the
tVaynesville - Marshall game. Mr
Peyton's prediction was 19 points
Three of the four runners-up
would have had a perfect record
if they had put their hopes on
North Carolina's Tar Heels in their <
iraditional tilt with South Caro
lina. The Gamecocks, however,!
were favored in the Chapel Hill
Hugh McCracken, of Clyde*, be- \
?ante the fifth member of the liay
vood Hoard of Education Wednes
iay. as he took the oatli of oflice
roni .1 B. Siler, clerk of court
McCracken will fill the unexpir
'd term of Tom Crathorwood. who
lied in .late September, and has,
icrved as chairman until a few i
seeks prior to his death, when he
?esigned as chairman because oi
The new member of the board,
i native of Haywood, is the son
if the late Mr. and Mrs. Silas Mc
Tacken, He was horn in Canton,
ind attended the Canton schools, i
He has been with Champion
'aper and Fibre Company for the
>ast 22 years. Four years ago, he
ind his family moved from Canton
(See MeCmckrrv? Page (!)
"Signs of the Times" in Ameri
can life today -both gloomy and
optimistic were discussed at a
meeting of the Wayncsvillc Ki
w:inis Club Tuesday by the Rev.
T. K. Hobinett. pastor of the First
Three major "minus" signs con
cerning the American people, ilev.
Itobinett said, are: <li a confused
sense of values. <2i a spirit of in
difference. and (ti> the disintegra
tion of home life
Neglecting the spiritual, the es
thetic, and the cultural, many
Americans today judge things sole
ly in the light of "how much did
it cost." the minister asserted.
We have also become so lazy
and indifferent that we "let peo- !
pie who want to talk long and loud >
i nougli to appear to be an author- '
ity in their field," he added.
"We need to have our people
tired up." Mr. Itobinett observed.
One reason that home life has 1
disintegrated is that we can dis- j
i olve the martial relationship with l
no trouble at all. he pointed out.
"On the brighter side." the Bap
tist pastor said, "are a spirit of |1
ingenuity, of kindness and con-'1
'This is still ihe land of oppor
tunity, where a man can start with
nothing and end up with every
thing . . . all the frontiers have
not been conquered."
Mr. Robinett urged the Kiwan-'
(See Itobinett?Page 6'
20 Haywood 1
For Induction 1
Twenty rlrall registrants left here , 1
Tuesday morning for Knoxville and
induction in la* the aimed forces, i
They were; i 1
Lamar Everett Killian, C'ljde;
Melvin Bryant Eirlejr, CitttMg '
Jackie Messer, Route 4. Wayrtes-j
rille; Hoy Henry Stuart, Canton;!
Paul Hamilton Allen, Route I,!
Canton: James Weaver Parkins;
Itoute I. Clyde; Reeves Edward
Payne, Route It. Canton
Robert Randolf Sutton. Route 1.
Jlyde: James Claude Caldwell,
Houto 2 WaynesMilc; James Hom
?r Greene. Route 1. Waynesville: I
Lelloy Reece, Route 3, Canton, i
)o\ 1? ltoyatt Jordan, Route 1.)
iVaynesville. WilliartT Howard
I'rull, Canton I
Wade McKinUw Reece, Route 3,
Canton. Carl Lynn Stanley, Can
on; Bruce Leon McKinnish, Can
on; Billy Joe Lowe, Route 1,
Ulydc: Troy Vonroe PressJcy,
toute 3, Canton; Fred Alton Rog
ers Route 2 Canton: James Gor
ton Hall, Route 1 Waynesville. 1
nit,- uiii-tiuiui inc inaimii'i'
i>l Commerce are seeking an exper
ienced. fu&diroe manager (or th^
The board decided in their
meetinK Tuesduy nignt to begin
interviews, and All the newly creat
ed office as soon as practical
John N. Johnson, president,
pointed out, "We will begin to
accomplish far more when we ha\ e
a full-time manager-promoter for
No definite date was set for fill
ing the post, dependant upon the
time when officials of fhe organi
zation can arrange interviews and
'find the right person." Johnson
The directors approved publica
tion of a 24-page booklet designed
to tall the advantages of this area
for industrial plants. The booklet
is pictorial throughout, and has
been designed and prepared by the
advertising committee of the or
ganization. Iretails of the booklet
are being completed now. and plans
, re for publication soon after the
first of the year. The booklet will
be used in seeking additional in
dustries for (his area, Johnson
pointech out. The booklet will be
put into the hands of the special
The nominating committee made
their report on candidates for 12
directors, to be elected by the
inemtiers of the Chamber of Com
merce. ballots will be mailed this
(See C of C Managrr?Page 61
Nancy Messer Heads
Ilazclwood 4-11 Club
Nancy Meuwr was elected prosi
lent of the Junior 4-H Club at
iazelwood School Wednesday,
Other officers named were:
Cathorln Queen, vice president:
) a u S 1 ? * Smathers. secretary;
rVayne Ovarton, treasurer: and
Jetty Rowland and Joe Atys'h*
>urn, soug fcaders.
Adult leaders at Hazelwood are
Cenneth Hannah and Mildred
Record For .
(This Information eem
*iled from Records of
Stele Highway Patrol.)