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" .. u!f taking it on me
of the fighters which
:i' H'iriiig here to entertain
'. n!es'.ling ians'
riasicial standpoint, the)
::' . ivt hope to get rich, and
'",- break even, it would be,
-.'.'I, "their while in sponsoring!
. : ,r;ii promoters are not in
: working in towns as small
-Kville. Even towns twice
utivities as we nave
Legion, mindful of i THURSDAY, AUGUST 1 lVN"
Edited Hy Marion T. Hridges'
2 Boxing And A Wrestling
Bout Scheduled For Friday
As Added Attraction, Hoy Scouts Small TrOWrl ftpfe
Will Kfao-u Th. J , 111411 lUHU JCl
Thrills At First
Will Stage Three ."-Round
.. . .tT.fA trt run
f.t? lK' ,LAir aiA urillincr fihnur a a Kmi'linf oi..,n....
) devote their time to
i . . .nn;.a. tha
l.ni seemed in bi'1"-'"; -..
of the boxing aim ''"ii
Vh.'v veiled- They screamed.
wt eu-ited, and above all, they
V ' I III.
From a financial standpoint, the
American Legion, sponsor of the
boxing and wrestling bouts at the
old armory, cannot term their firt
itfir money s
that the sponsors took it
. ... ihiiil of their ex-
enough to uriug auuui
appointment, but they are
ahead, asKing ior Digger
hows (and a curtailment
ay expenses if any.)
n the combination hunt-'
hi: license is' in the shape
H..V. I .1
""' wiesuers put on an ex
cellent performance before a small
crowd in the season's li st fisHe nH
mounted to 1
wvwui, liucc t j intra uiai or tnt rp. f fv
The expense column
lcli"i ""i me sponsor called on
manager I'oteate to "give us another
The leaders in the movement real
ize the difficulty of making "ends
meet" the first go-round, and instead
of being down-hearted, are all set to
carry the bouts on each Friday night
as long as the public shows any interest.
Manager Poteate is in touch with
some leading boxers and wrestlers in
this section, and plans to improve the
card as the season wears on.
For this coming week, the card
shows that Chief Eddie Wilson, of
Cherokee and Kid Seav, of Franklin.
eing sponsored every Friday nM.t in
the old armory building by" the local
post of the American Legion, with
Lester Poteate managing the affair.
Things got underway with a
wrestle royal, with six participating,
they were: Dago" Downing, Sam
Franklin, Lester Poteate, "Had Bill"
MeCall, Charlie Dalton, and Walter
Dalton and Haley paired off, being
the first two receiving a full
Poteate and McCall, went together,
leaving Downing and Franklin for
the third team.
Dalton threw Haley in one fall.
MeCall threw Poteate in one fall.
The Hazelwood Manufacturers lost
a hard fought game to the Brevard
Tanners on the hitter's field last Sat
urday by the small margin of 5 to
4 with quite a few fans witnessing the
The Manufacturers out nla veil the
Tanners throughout the game with
Montieth pitching good ball through
out with the exception of the fifth
inning when three hits were regis
tered and two costly misplays netted
the Tanners three runs.
The Manufacturers chalked up
fourteen hits out of thirty-seven trips
id me pmie, wnue nrevarcl only re-,
ceived eleven hits out of thirty-three I
trips to the plate. C.len and Andy
Wyatt led the Hazelwood team in
hitting honors, three hits out of four
times at bat. Rriggs led the Tan
ners with 2 out of three tries.
This is the third game that the
Manufaeurers have plaved in the sec
ond half and the first thev have lost,
ich is supposed to re- weighs 15 ,aml hav
1-lanklin thr.-u- ll-ilt.M, . ..
...:n ,:...r .- - 1 " 11 1 in
win ineci in me icaiurc oout. r.aeh t n-.-o f.-ill n
ntvrs will soon be getting
in shape, for the big chase,
i is to open October 20th.
ftERS. II). . .
Ionian wearing it that qtK.,ltly befi.re local fans before,
the force that is sup-1 From the U. S. Army conies Ceci
rive tne wudine oi oui Uurnette, weighting 151, who
hope it has some effect challenge anvonc willin,, t
and lisliermen. U-loves wit.li him.
In the wrestling card this Friday
nighty "Dago" Downing will meet'
Bill MeCall. Each, tin the scales at
100, and have proven themselves as
being well matched wrestlers. This
will go for the best two out of three
falls, with an hour limit.
A new feature on Friday's card
will be three .'i-round bouts staged
to I by local Boy bcouts. J he winners
will be matched and scrap it out for
downing took the
J 1" the fistic bouts. Chief Eddie
Wilson, of llhorokeq, knocked out
Fagg Sawyer in the second round of a
; scheduled six-round bout. The boxer
from Cherokee had too much punch
for the local bov.
wwk-i'iul wo will pay
-nn:-.s the following prices:
. I, I
. . . 5c
fens. Musiarci and quash
At Market Prices
Ind Produce Co.
Ji'aynesville Asheville lid.
1 . . :.. .1 . ,
leaving uiem wnn two wins
(Jene Wyatt, Hi
T. Blalock, CF
C. Fisher, WW
Clen Wyatt. 12H
.1. Smith, C
E. Innian, SS
A. Wyatt, l.F
R. Montieth, 1'
Joe Scruggs, K F
AB K II
i Waynesville defeated Camp Dell
.wood ii-10 in an interesting soft
ball game on the canij) diamond.
; .uomoi'ci, waynesville pitcher, stria
; out seven men. Woodard, Wavniv
ville second baseman lead the batlers
with four r.its in five trips to the plate.
Ewing pi iye-1 a haiiL'-up game for
the losers on first base. The two
- I teams w ill meet agair. in the near
The Hazelwood Manufacturers will future on th" liir.h school licl,:.
Benefit Will Be .
Given For Treasury
K. Frye, III!
V.. Clayton. CF
K. By rd, KF
S. Deal, l.F
W. Clayton, SS
W. I'ettillo, C
Misenhiemer, 12 B
E. Lobtus. IB
" j Hazelwood
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1201 001 (101)
I X I ) K 1 K N 1 ) K N TS TO
WWH TASTE DECIdS,
I sponsor a bingo party on August Kith I The line
at the junior high school. The pur- Dellwood
pose of the party is to try and pay Wright
the indebtedness of the team. I Keathley
Due to the fact that: no fence ;s J Ewing
around the field at Hazelwood, no ad- I Draper
mission is charged to watch the I Thompson
games, therefore, revenue to finance Taylor
the team must be found elesewhere. Saunders
This section has some of the best bear
hunters in the state.
It will not be very long until the
roars and cheers will be heard on the
gridiron. The prospect for a good
football team in the local high school
seems to be up to par. It does not
altogether depend upon the material
that is on hand, as has been proven in
the past, but the way in which the
material that is available is trained
For the past several years the fans
of this community have predicted that
Waynesville would not have any ball
team at all, but due to the guiding
hand of C. E. Weatherby the teams
have held their own.
Be In Your
nJy The Satisfaction Of Being In
. Your Own Home.
psult us for suggestive plans and
Junaluska Supply Co.
JERRY LINER, Owner
The Hazelwood Indi-neudents won
1,: Ithoir game Saturday when the liurnes-
') WayiiesvilKv.,15; ville team defaulted.
f Medford There will be a 'game this Satur-
C Whisenhuntiday on the Hazelwood diamond be-
1,1 Truitt j tween the Independents and some oth-
L,,ll Woodard j team, as thev have a chance to
hkS Moore j play several teams and have not as
Hancock I yet decided which to schedule for
SE Nobecki the game Saturday.
l.F McCrackenj .
CF Ben Philips the second half of the V.VM Indus-
HF Leadford I t" '"1 Eeague Reason.
Umpires: Mack Davis and Bob C
The Manufacturers have two games
to their credit and one in the lost
column. Two of the regular se'ied
nl...l ,.-i,i..i- 1.-... : 1 ..... ...:ti
I) O 4 1 .? urn- l.tllil-u oil 1.. ,111(1 will
lay 1 rj'On hatlirtlay be idayed otr in the near fut me, they
are Red Oak and Enka, both of the
The Hazelwood Manufacturers will teams were ill the lead in the first
meet the Tryon team on the hitter's , half with Enka the league cbamnions
diamond Saturday in the fourth game 1 and Red Dak in
NEW DRINK SENSATION
Large Demand Mere
For Red Rock Cola
Red Rock .Cola is the new cola bev
erage on the Waynesville and North
Carolina market, but for years it has
been the drink sensation in other
parts of the country. Its acceptance
here has already proved phenomenal,
with --."repeat" sales increasing by
leaps and. bounds! Red Rock Cola
is by no means an experiment, but tho
result of the most intensive scientific
findings by a group of experienced
beverage chemists, and manufactured
by an organization that has been a
leader in the beverage field for over
This delicious cola drink brings you
the most delightful and invigorating
beverage, with rich full fruit flavor.
It has caused millions to proclaim that
"it tastes so good." They enjoy Red
Rock Cola with meals, at teas and
at parties. Its big ll! -ounce bottle
makes Red Rock -Cola a most econom
ical drink, too, for you get two full
glasses for only 5c.
Try an ice cold bottle of Red Rock
Cola at your nearest dealer's today.
See for yourself how satisfying, re
freshing and invigorating it is. And
take a generous supply home for the
family to enjoy. Keep it in your re
frigerator ready to serve your guests.
Orange Crush Bottling Co., Asheville,
II Vas You Efer In Zinzinnati
I Hendersonvill,' o-.ilt'..,.-
.match from Waynesville players by
a score of 18 to 5 at the Henderson
' ville Uolf and Country Club Sunday
ine matclies were played in fore
somes on a Nassau basis with three
points at stake in each individual
(natch. The Hendersonville team won
all but two matches.
In what as probably the feature
match of the day, Jack Toomer and
his partner, Ed Romoh ,l,.i'..,,..,.i
Archie Clark and Brian, of Hender
sonville. by a si'iii'n of ,-,..
Clark and Bryan went three down
on the first nine holes, but rallied and
squared the match on the Nth hole.
Toomer's bridie four on the llifh put
the Waynesville players one up and
the remaining holes were halved.
The individual matrho w -. r..i
lows: Wright and Bennetf (H) defeat-1
ed I'revost and Provost (W), 12 points; I
Hodges and Bracket t (11) defeated
Wheeler and Keener (W), H points;'
Mc .Mullen mi. I Hiii-j,,., i w .i . i
" r m i euieu i
Durham and Vaughn (III, :i points; 1
Prince and Hunter (11) 'defeated Ray i
and Allen (W). . points; Hayes an I
'ones (II) defeated Anderson and !
Pai ker ( ), ,i points; Trotter and
Ogle (II) defeated Provost and Pad- I
gelt ( W I, 1! points; Toomer and
luiinph ( ) defeated Bryan and Cl:n l.
(ID, 12 points; Jones (II) defeated
Jackson (W, ,'i points.
Correction Rejr a riling
County Hunting Laws
i There was a mistake in the dates
of the open season last week on bear
hunting in Haywood county. Tho
open season being from October the
120th to Jan. 1.
Owing to a misplaced comma there
was a misunderstanding about the
The squirrel season in Haywood will
open on October 1st and close on
Jan. 15, with a bag limit of 10 per
day and no limit to the number in a
INDIANS TO ENTERTAIN
Cherokee Indians will stage a cos
tu me dance, and demonstrate bow aiic.
arrow and blow gun shooting at the
Armory here in Friday, August U,
under the auspices of the Masonic
HAYWOOD COD NT Y.
The undersigned having qualified a
executor of" the estate of Selnta Red
mond l.edlord, deceased, this is to no
tify all persons to file their claims
with the undersigned on or before the
:!rd day of August 1 .:!'. or this no
tice will be pleaded in bar of their
righj to recover. All persons due Un
said estale anything are hereby noti
fied to make settlement at once.
This (he. ;!rd day of August l'.t.'IS.
S. I.. REDMOND,
Executor of the estate of Selma
No. 77'.) Aug. l-ll-lS-LTi Sept. 1-8
WE WILL PAY CASH
For WHEAT Delivered To Our Mill
Or You -Miiy Kxchmige Your When! For Our Ili.ih
Earle-Cliestcrfield Mill Company
Asheville. N. C.
American Legion Arena
Old Armory lUiildinjr Opposite Depot
Friday, August 5 - 8 o'clock
CHIEF EDDIE WILSON
Cherokee, N. C.
r. s. a mu
lt; : lbs. KID SEAV
Franklin, N. C.
1")I lbs. CHALLENGE
The Preliminaries Will ISe Held Hetween Hoy Scouts of
The Different Troops In This Vicinity. Three .1-Kound
I louts Will Re -Staged Each Friday N'iht.
"DA(;0" DOWNING IfiOlbs. "HAD HIU'McCALL
Hollywood, Calif. Gastonia, N. C.
2 Out of ." Fall fine Hour Time Limit.
Sponsored Hy American Legion
MAPLE LOGS, Hard and Soft.
Also Birch, Bass, Ash, Cherry, Walnut,
Butternut and Bellvvood.
DELIVERED TO OUR MILL AT LAKE JUNALUSKA
For Price and Specifications Call
II. L. Liner
4 ',-'.; .
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