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THURSDAY, APRIL 2, 1936
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
Planned By Health
Twenty-One Clinics Will Be Held
For Children Entering School
To Hold Services
The Haywood County Health Depart,
ment, with the co-operation of the Parent-Teacher
Associations and school
officials, is making arrangements for
the pre-school clinic, which will in
clude only children whose age wiil
entitle them to enter the first grade of
school at the beginning of 1930-37
Asa preliminary, the school author
ities are asked to make a complete
census of all the children who are en
titled to be examined, finding out the
names of the children, date of birth
and the parents' name and address.
It is the aim of the health depart
ment to protect all school children
and as a preventative measure, vac.i
naions are given against small pox,
typhoid, and diphtheria. All parents
NOTICE OF COMMISSION ER S SAM;
IN Till: Sri'KRIdK COl'KT
STATK OF NORTH CAROLINA.
COINTY OF HAYWOOD,
THK FKI KKAL LAND I SANK OF
H. K. L. K.itrlilT and wife, Calif H.it
'Iiff, Ci. II. l'almer, Krniie t'rym.
Reeves. Ailmrx. nf M. II, Itecves.
deed., S. R. Felmi't, and W. ;.
Francis, Administrators: W. II.
Hurin and O. (). liui-gin. Trading
as lUimin Hris. Mrs. J. T. .lories,
C. V. Clark. O. L. Brigs. Chair
man, 1. 11. Walker, J. W. Boyd,
F. 10. Messcr, and J. I. 'Way, See-retary-Treas.,
ville Firemen's Relief Fund.
On Monday, April 20. );)(!. at elev
en o'clock, A. M., ut the court house
door in the town of Way nesville, Hay
wood County, North Carolina, the un
dersigned Commissioner of 'the Court
will sell at public outcry, to the hinh
ent bidder for cash, the following
described lands and premises, lyin
and beinfj; In Waynesville Township,
Haywood County, North Carolina, ful
ly described as follows:
All that certain piece, parcel or
tract of land containing 21(1 acres,
more or less, situate, lyiiiR and 'being
in what Is known as the Ratcliff Cove,
on the Ratcliff lioad about three miles
Northeast from the town of Waynes
ville. in Waynesville Township, Hay
wood County, North Carolina, having
such shapes, metes, courses and dis
tances as will more fully appear by
reference, to a plat .thereof made by
.1. It. Terrell, ''Surveyor, April, 111 11,
which plat is now on file with the
Federal: I,and Rink of Columbia, s.
C, and beiiiK bounded as follows:
North by the lands of Dora Ratcliff
and Hardy Liner; on the East by the
lands, of Hardy Liner, Albert Francis,
and LoRo.y Francis: on the.. South J.y
the lands of Hock Ratcliff. and on the
West by the lands of .!. R. Medford
and Dora RatclilT. Above plat was
copied by W. .it. FnuieiS, Attoriiov,
This b(dii the same tract of land
heretofore c-onveyed to R. K. L. Rat
cliff by .1. R. Medford and wife Lul.l
Medford, and I'eaii RatclilT by deed
dated December 1, 1 ill 11. and record
ed in Hook 4S, pane L'o I, Record of
leeds for Haywood County, together
with the lands heretofore conveyed
to the said R. K. L. R.itc l.lT by .!. N.
Ratcliff and 'wife, .Mary Ratcliff by
deed dated September 9, l!)2r, and
recorded in Rook L'l, p:u;e Sf,n, Record
of Deeds of ilaywnod County.
KXCIvl'TI.YC from tlir above con
veyances a tract of a (I I.; acres, more
or less. Conveyed t II. II. Liner by
d(;ed ilated ,1a mlary 1 !i. 1 In.' 1 , and re
corded in Rook .17. pai;e ITU. to which
deeil reference is 'hereby m.ide.
This sale is marie pursuant to, un
der and by virtlie of the power', id
ale conferred upon me niy order ,ind
judgment of the Superior Court of
Dayvood County, dated March Hi,
1936, and entered in above entitled
action, and wherein the undersigned
was duly appointed Commissioner f
the Court to sell said lands' -to satisfy
the judgment rendered in this cause
on a first note secured by deed of
trust, taxes and insurance advanced
by the above named plaintiff.
This the inth day of March, 193G.
M. . STAMKT,
Commissioner of the Court.
No. 453 March 2(5 Apr.2-9-l.
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FATHER HOWAKI) V. LANE
Holy Week Services
Will Be Held At
Special services for Holy Week are
announced by Father Lane of the
Catholic church for Monday. Tues
day, Wednesday, Thursday, and Fri
day nights at 8 o'clock. Everyone of
the community is invited to' attend
and listen to these very timelv and
appropriate sermons for this' Holy
. Several non-Catholics have kindly
offered their contributions in making
the program a Holy one.
Solo Ava Maria by Mr. Evander
Solo Miss Eva ' Lent herwnod
Trio Holy Hour Mrs. Tom Spur
lock, Mr. Ix'ster Potent, Miss Iris
Monday, April '. My Souls "For
what doth it profit a man. if he gain
the whole world, and suffer the loss
of his own soul? Or what ex.-hange
shall a man give for his i-oul?" Matt.
Tuesday, April 7 A Sinnor"Io
penance: for the kingdom of heaven
is at hand.' Matt. 3:2.
Wednesday, April S The. Call of
Christ ,"If any man will come after
me, let him deny himself, and take up
his cross, and follow me." Matt. b':'M.
Thursday -A' Friend "I am the
bread of life." 'John 5::in.
'Friday. Anvil 1(1 -A Savior "And
bowing his head he gave up the ghost."
should' appreciate this ojipoi tun ity .
give their .children the advantage
this health check-up.
Plans are to hold the clinics at
following places anl the dates
Monday. April 13th
Put ton . . .1(1:30 A.
North Canton . . 1 :(I0 P.
. Tuesday, April 14th
Morning Star . ....... . 0:00 A,
Pennsylvania ... ......... 1 ll:::o A
Clyde 1:00 P.
Mond.iVi April' 20th
Iron Dull . 11:00 A.
fiock Spring .10:00 A.
Fines ( reek 1 :00 P.
Tuesday. April 21 -t
Maggie . . . . . .. . ... 0:110 V
Dollwood . . ...... . ...:0:(l() A.
Rock Hill . 1 :00 P.
Wednesday,. April 22nd
Cruso .. ,. '..-.. 0;0(l A.
Cecil . ii :.:o A.
Bethel . . . 1 ;00 p.
Thursday, April 2:!rd
Saunook .. . ........... . ;i:ni A.
Allen's Creek 10:00 A.
Hazelwodd . . . . , . . 1 :00 P.
Friday, April 2 1th
.Tunnluska' .. . . , . :(! A.
East Waviiesville . 1 0.:!0 A,
Central Elementary , . 1:00 P.
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Local (Jills Team Scored 66fi
Points Against .521 For
By Tom Rievcs.
The Waynesville Mountaineer sixtet
has just completed the most success
ful campaign since Coach Carleton
Weaiherby took charge of athletics at
the local high school six years ago.
Playing nineteen games," including
those in two tournaments, the girls
lost only two, tied one, and were
victorious in the other garnet;, scor
ing (Hit! points to ;S24 for their op
ponents. In winning the first annual
tournament of the newly organized
Blue Ridge Conference, Coach Weath
erby's team scored 105 points to 153
for the opposition in three games. To
win the twelfth annual Western Car
olina Teachers College' tournament
the Mountaineers defeated four teams
as they rolled up 155 points to 97 for
Captain Sarah Welch of the Moun
taineer team was high scorer and out
standing player in the Blue Ridge
Conference tournament. She was
high scorer of the Cullowhee tourna
ment with 7i pointy to her credit, as
well as being high scorer for any
single game with ol points. Welch.
Milncir, and Phillips made the all
tournament first team, and Buitoss
and Jones were placed on the second
team by the Western Carolina Teach
ers College tournament committee.
In making this record the Moun
taineers defeated all Haywood coun
ty teams, including Bethel High
S.hool, and the high school teams of
Hciidersonville, Sylva, Mills River,
Weavcrville, Swannanoa. and Tryon.
Below is a ummavy of their vecord:
Points scored by first team for
wards in scheduled games:
Welch 1 S.'?
Other players during the season
were Phillips, Jones, Milner, Raines,
C. Wyatt, M. Wyatt. Messcr. Winkler,
Caddis, Kellett, Stentz, and Rathbone.
Score of Games:
Clyde L'O 0
Canton M 1,'i
lleiidoit-otivillo 51 4
Bethel L'l 2S
Fines Creek 21 12
Sylva 21 21
Henderson villo 51 5
Bethel Hi HO
Canton 51 11
Fines. Creek 54 15
eavi i vilic
Mill- R t i
Fag? Sawyer Wins
At. Cullowhee CoL
li.'ist '-'.Friday evetring siv oontoMant,.
from the ..' WtiytieVville High. School
spoke before the Public Speaking Chili
of Western Carolina TYacher, Col
lege at CllHowliee.
Fa'gg. Sawyer, s l'':i k inf- "Spar!acti
to t lie Gladiators," won (ir-st poit ion,
am: a , I ! , as a result-,- represent hss
.ch()d :i' the liti.-il for the county
championship o be held at Fines
Creek on. the evening of April 11th.
llavrd 'Stent.., declaiming "The New
'South;'' Won second hotioi-s from the
judges who were selected from among
the public speakers of the college.
The others to make this trip were
.loc Johnson, speaking on the "r.vo
1 u t ion of Peace,'' Joe Davis," "Un
known," Ben Brysin, "A Man With
out a Country," and Frederick .Nhh
ols, "The Xew Frontier.''
Those doclaimers, with Mr. nm
Mrs. I' rank' Nichoss, Grover Davp
W. Thos. lieeves, who tn-companied
them, were entcrtaine( at supjier 'in
the college dining bail by Misfi Ann
Albright, dean of women.
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parative records kept by a large national company
o er an operating distance of more than 30,000,000
miles prove that the total operating cost of the
Ford -8 averages 41 less than the Model T and
17 less than the Model A. That's proof of Ford V-8
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WAYNESVILLE, N. C.
CHAMPION MOTOR CO.
CANTON, N. C.
Quins Acquire Twin Cousins
The famous Piorne quintuplets acquired twin cousins wlicn two
daughters were born to Mr. and Mrs. George Pionne of Chicago,
second cousins to the Ontario Pionne George Pionne, father of
the new arrivals, is shown inspecting the stork's gift with his two
sons, Louis and Francis.
The term military Intelligence came
Into uso during the World war to
designate the work of securing Infor
mation coiicernliiK enemy activities. It
Included n spy system In enemy terri
tory, apprehending of enemy spies, the
liilercopllnj; and decoding of enenn
eoiiiiimnicalions ami oilier worK of a
sei ret n.i I ore.
j NOTK'K OF KKCKIVKKS SAI.K
j On Moiulay, April f., HKHi, at eleven
ochvk, A. M at the court houise door
in the town of Waynesville, Haywood
County, North Carolina, the uiule.r
Kjignexl Receiver will .offer for sale at
miblie outcry, to the highest, bidder
for the terms of one-third cash, and
the remainder in two equal annual
installments bearing interest and
NORTH CAROLINA. HAYWOOD
Having qualified-(is administratrix
of the estate of H, G. West, deceased,
la-U of the County of Haywood, N. ('.,
this is to notify all persons having
claims against the estate of said de
ceased to exhibit them to the under
signed on r be fere the ,'ird day of
March. 1!IH7. or this notice will he
pleaded in bar of their recovery. All
persona indebted to said estate will
please make immediate payment.
Thiti the Und dav 'of-March. '.VM).
.1 KAN M. WKST,
Administ'.rafrix of II. G. West.
i hi m.u r i j ri jd Api j 'j
fo;ureJ by deed of trtwt, the follow-
,,in: described lands and premises in
the town of Waynesvtfle, adjoining
the corporate limits of the town of
Waynesville, and known as the
Haywood Furniture Manufacturing
Corporation property, and more
particularly described a follows:
BEGINNING on a .stake, in the cen-
, ter of the Southern Railway traek, and
:outtiwost corner cf the 11. W. West
cit.t lot anl runs thence S. 34 E. 251
feet with Weseott's line to a stake in
a diteh; thence S. 2Z 30' W. 100 feet
with the diteh to a stake; thence S.
M" :$()' W. 204 feet to a stake in line
of Factory Street; thence.S. 41' 30' E.
2"S feet to a stake in Nortfu n line of
street; thence S. 49" 30 W. 176 feet,
passing Mrs. Pe NeerpirdV orner at
20 feet in South side orf said etreet,
nn! with the line of her line to a
stake on the North side hne cf said
highway, Mrs. Ie Neerganl's South
west corner; thence S. SH" 30' W. 100
fet with said line of aid highway to
a stake; thence S. 72' W. 100 feet
wjth side line of said highway to a
stake; thence S. 78 W. 200 ft with
side line of State highway to a stake;
thence N. 88 W, 300 feet with said
side line of said highway tt a stake;
thence West 100 feet with de line
of said highway to a stake; thence
North (SO feet to a stake in the cen
ter of Southern Railway track;
thence N. 52" E. 1230 fi-t up the
center of track to the BKXMNNING
containing 10.71 acres, mono or liss,
subject to the rights and i-.iements
of the Southern Railway.
Said land will be sulxfivided into
paivcl and a map evhibiUiI at said
sale, and the property will 1 offered
for sale in pan.els and then as a whole,
to the highesit bidder.
Sale made pursuant to an order of
the Judge of the Superior Cmrt, made
at February Term, l'.Mti, of the Su
perior Court of Haywood Vtinty, in
an action entitled, "Oitiae.nH Hank &
Trust Company, et al. s-. Haywooil
Furniture Manufacturing Vrrntion,
et al." and the sale will U .subject to
the approval of the Court,
This (ith day of March. l!3tl.
.1. II. HOW.KLL.
Receiver, of Haywoel Furniture
No. 4.r)l Mar. 12 10-2f-Apr. 2.
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