North Carolina Newspapers is powered by Chronam.
The Local Sports
i i.ir: practice
.,; i!..'i'.thj woik
.ntf the field, and
j,,n to the pres-
liished it will be
; section of the
i llS a community
. football. base-
THURSDAY. AUGUST IS.
Edited By .Marion T. Bridges
Soft Ball Winner
Camp Dellwood Defeated Again'
Uy Consistent Scoring Way- i
nesville Agregation j
., iuls always been
"i"wmu!ut.v. having pro-oiit.-;;.!Hling
hoinv ami 'in higher
:hji the athletic- tie Id
,,,1,.,,.,! it is believe!
., . i i
wiil Ue siageu auu
, '..veil a greater num
Waynesville edged out Camp ,IVU
'wood 15-11 in a close softball tilt
Thursday. Waynesville pushed four
runs across in the ninth inning to
I break a 11-11 deadlock and executed
a beautiful double play to kill Dell
i wood's chance of scoring in the ninth.
N'orris, Woodard, and Nobeck lead
'the winners with four hits in five
trip to the plate. Taylor, Dellwood's
catcher, had a perfect day at bat.
The lineup :
Varied Program Given Hoys In
The First Season Of Camp;
J. A. Carlisle. Director
Hard Luck Followed
Sayles Team All
ful Season 26th Day Last Saturday
UN SOFT BALL
Had Trouble (letting Hre, And
More Trouble Holding Hazel
wood Down In Game
ivrxiv.v stadium that is be
J as an add : ion to the one
''" .. ,11 not liw readv for
I KM.!.' I'.x'tball game, rne sia-
'fmnirw.-rk has been nmsneu
S,J1C Will', LUU in on..... .."
' i i:... ....... iiiJ fr.
i p.. tnc uu i ufvw
n ha t' have time to settle
le the p.i!i-rfti' is pored.
...,!..,;.. 'i..l,l w cum.
) :,:; t-nalilc this community to
'' 1 e .
i vi-ai --r.iUf.il program 01 spuns,
. j. 5i,jh-I .that by next spring
;hi- will In' had so that night
U can 1' played and any other
r w:u uy that might be ap-
- c ?i! "t' the treasury of the
1 .Mamil'ai '.iii'i'rs were swell-
. thi iv-ult i'f the benefit staged
m nsrht. Something like . $50
in the . rural sections are
L:v u.King i't. basketball, these
start early, and play late, and
I result, thi'y have teams that are
Ml'J t' beat:
Jim Phillips (X)
(X) Batted for Bob Phillips
(XX) Ratted for Plott in the
A million dollar glass exhibit will
be a feature of the N. Y. World's Fair.
NOTICK OF TKI STK1 "S SAI.I-:
I hut urather causes one to use
t iniaitiiiatinn to "realize that foot-
arai'titii i less than a week off.
life-the 'summer .has drifted bv
IM-aiul that cool, weather is
i Vfn gridiron practice, yet
the hut broiling sun to g-et
r 01 the sin lilus weight off mnst
bro Spiritual Convention
IWill Be Given At Court House
enti-itainmeiit giving promise
Vevciiinjj df enjoyment is the
s Spiritual Convention, which
be .M. mi Tuesday, August: the
: at s o clock in the court room
re court house. '
h Pribram is sponsored by the
ena committee of the nearo
I a benefit.' for purchasing
pent -fin- the school cafeteria.
pn .admission fw will be charged.
F'CE OF s ..; CNDEK DEED
der ami by virtue of authority
u,n! in certain deed of trust
D.v l.eter P. Hawkins and
to The Citiji-tw Y.,(i.,ni d....i.
'cm'. .. i ., trustee, on the
;da!' of April, .11)28, recorded in
'"0, naire 175. -tt..o.it..V u-..
totinty, Xorth'Cnrnl inn .Jo-fault
. - ... . iililU) UVl-UUlt
$ Wtn made in tho homf.-Af
telness secured thereby, the
-rs:gned Commissioner of Banks,
3? succeeded to tho -iV,t ,1
' i l he .. North 'nwii:0 di.
.' Company, successor to
Wiztfts. Bank, ..p-n.. ti.
ft Rational Bank of Raleigh,
-'""u'e, win offer for sale,. at
auction, for cash, in front of
Mini c courtnouse floor
:.. Qav' Pteinbi-r- 12th. 1938. at
;;ek noon, all that certain
- .-or -tract of. land, lying
- ... Liyne 'township, Hay-
fafn- . : ' 1,1 Carolina,
Particularly described as fol-
"G at n tt-iL- .
i o; th,.: p..v 7 c
e U; - cn' and rns N. 89
-.e, : f,'st wi;h Nancy A.
to. a stake in the-East
itht rr ; ,honci! N. 9 degrees
5 feet t,; , Dank of the road
54 f. t vMiee o, e degrees
--atakt'; thence N. 9 de-
t0 3 stalie; Whence
tf, a , " ""nutes Kast 141
F :,oihe0nCe S" 62 degrees
S-5&' ,- feet t0 a stake;
ft to'a ?'iet'S 5 minutes East
South -alt r the branch:
IVXlvr 0 fm t0 the P'nt of
or w' contaii'ng 1 3-8 acres,
iSidder'-i" be re-
i9,l.V "ne (,f the sale, to
!fet't, per cent
rf,:0f the bid as a guar-
i. ., -"'"iJiiancp th .-..1. ,z ..
-1 mat i , "c,t"""i m me
ed resa'e is orders.
. whs tK n.i . -
i'tn (lav a.
c5 EiEr p hood, ::
On Monday, 5th day of September,
19o8, at 11:00 o'clock A. M., at the
courthouse door in the Town of Way
nesville, Haywood County, North
Carolina, the undersigned Trustee, will
sell at public outcry to the highest
bidder for cash the following de
scribed land aiid premises, to -wit:
Lying and being in Cecil Township,
Haywood County, North Carolina,
and bounded as follows;
First Tract: Lying and being in
Cecil Township, Haywood County,
North Carolina, adjoining Edd Wells
and Lon Rogers, and BEGINNING on
a small birch on the Southeast bank
of the West Fork of Pigeon Uiver
about one-eighth of a mile, more or
less below opposite the mouth of Big
Creek, running S. 45 clegs. East 84
poles to a Spanish oak in the North
boundary line of the T. C. Ledbetter
tract; thence with T. C.Ledbetter's
line N. b'UVi degs, E. 3!) polos and 10
links to a chestnut on top of the rjdge,
the Southeast corner Cagle tract of
which this is a part; then N. with
the East bondary line of the said
Cagle tract 14 poles to a small chestr
nut; then N. 52 degs. W. 80 poles to
a stake on the Southeast bank of
Pigeon River at the mouth of (Spice
wood) branch stream; then up with
the meanders of Pigeon River to thu
BEGINNING, containing 20 acres,
more or less.
Being the same tract of land con
veyed to Lon Rogers and wife, Blaine
Rogers, by Eva V. Cameron, dated
October 15, 1918, and recorded in
Book 53, page 221 Haywood County
Second Tract: Lying and being on
the West Fork of Pigeon River, Hay
wood County, North Carolina, in Cecil
Township, and BEGINNING on a
birch in Andy Mann Branch and. runs,
with the meanders of the same N. 5
degs. W. 60 poles to the River; thence
up the River as it meanders to mouth
of Big Creek S. 49 E. crossing said
River and Orr and Wells line 92
poles to a hickory on side of ridge,
thence E. 49 poles to chestnut oak oh
top of ridge; thence N. 62 East to
chestnut in head of hollow ; thence
North to the BEGINNING.
Being the some tract of land con
veyed to L. J. Rogers and wife, Blaine;
Rogers, by F. I). Rogers and wife,
Rosa Rogers, by deed dated December
3, 1917, and recorded in Book 85, page ;
323, Haywood County Registry j
Sale made under, by virtue of and
pursuant to the power of sale, cov
enants and stipulations contained in
that certain deed of trust executed by
Lon. J. Rogers and wife, Blaine Rog
ers, to M. G. Stamey, Trustee, for E.
B. Rickman, dated April 10, 1937,
recorded in Book of Deeds of Trust
No. 39, page 52, Haywood County
Registry. The said Lon J. Rogers and
wife, Blaine Rogers, having defaulted
in the payment of the same.
This the 4th day of August, 1938.
,- Trustee.. "
N. 780 Aug. 11-18-25-Sept. 1.
On Auirust 2tith Camp Dellwood for
Uoy.s will end tts first season. It is
the belief of J. A. Carlisle and the
staff that for a beginning year tin
camp has had a fairly successful sea
son. The staff, composed of outstanding
men and women, has made rich con
tributions to the program, each in
his own particular field. The senior
members of the staff are college grad
uates, and almost without an excep
tion each has done graduate work.
The junior members of the staff are
freshmen or sophomores in college.
Because of this fact the campers are
in association with people of a high
The camp is non-denominational,
but observes Christian principles and
high standards along all lines of
life, in work, play, ami all phases of
camp activities. In the forest there
has been built an attractive chapel,
known as "The Chapel-in-the-1 Vll,"
where the camp meets for a beauti
ful worship service each Sunday af
ternoon at 4 o'clock.
It isone of the principles of Camp
jienwoou tnat all stall member
live tliat they radiate a fin
and will insLill into each camper a
sense of right living. It is another
and deeply basic principle, of Dellwood
to believe in the policy of well-balanced
development of each camper,
therefore rather than become a camp
which overly emphasizes any one
sport, or activity, and in order to
secure balanced development the
camp program must include a wide
range of appealing activities. To
have such a program necessitates a
group of instructors, nil well-trained
aim quantied to serve in th
This year in addition to a large
range of athletics, water ."sports, ink
ing and trips, there has been offered
dramatics, classes in first aid, music,
and an excellent grade of work, done
m handcrafts, also natural science
and very splendid work in sketching.
On the staff there has been a young
Cherokee Indian who has made a
fine contribution to the program in
the way of Indian lore, and games,
perhaps the richest contribution made
u.v jrau Hoy" has been his fine
.hlence upon the bovs.
evenings spent about the
fire-place in Licksley Hall
koilge) or out in the Dell
tne camphle-hours of
The Hazelwood Manufacturers took
their game Saturday against Sayles
Bleachery by the score of 10 to ti. The
game was witnessed by quite a few
The game was called for three
o'clock, but due to automobile trouble
the Sayles team was delayed and the
game was called off and some of the
Hazelwood players had left the park.
After the visitors arrived it wasn't
long until the game started.
Blalock led the Manufacturers with
a home run while Hare led the Sayles
team with three hits out of four trips
to the plate.
S. Lane IB
Glen Wyntt 2K
T. lilalook CF
C. Fisher :iH
J. Scruggs KF
E, Inman SS
Gene Wyatt Hi
.1. Smith C
sation or the services in (he chapel,
the periods of fellowshin in th
cabins before "taps," mealtime and
smglng in Nottingham ( the dining
hall) and hours on the athletic field or
in swimming, or at the work bench in
"Robin Hood's Barn," busy with tools,
all these and many more are of real
value to a boy and will always form
pleasant memories in the years ahead:
40 11 10 J
Sayles l'os. Ali. 11 K K
Morgan SS 5 .", 2 0
Garrison 21! 5 ,'! 1 2
Melton ,ri 2 0 )
King 1!F 5 0 0 0
Capps 1' 4 0 (I 0
McTindal V 4 1 1 0
Hare Hi 1 :! 1 (I
Polhemus CF 4 2 0 1
Morton LK 4 0 1 0
41 14 6 II
Hazelwood 000 (ICO ;!lx
Sales 100 0.'!2 000
CARD OF THANKS
e desire to exoress ,m. uin,.
thanks and appreciation for the many
kindnesses extended to us and the
beautiful floral offerings received at
the death of our son and brother. Dale
an: and Mrs. Jennings M
Seven out of ten have faulty vision.
due to constipation
Relieve the cause of the trou
ble I Take purely vegetable Black
Draught. That's the sensible way
to treat any of the disagreeable ef
fects of constipation. The relief men
and women get from taking Black
Draught lfl truly refreshing. Try it!
Nothing to upset the stomach Just
purely vegetable leaves and roots,
finely ground. '
Want Ads are one cent a word
for each insertion. No ad it
tarken for less than 25c. .
Wise Owls Defeat
-Saunook took a hard fought game
from the Allen's Creek Catbirds last
Thursday on the Saunook field by a
one point margin, ! to 8.
The Saunook Owls rallied in the
ninth inning to score li runs and put
them in the lead by one point. The
game was close throughout.
Iiatteries, Allen's Creek, Collins,
Taylor and I'ruitt. Saunook, Single
ton, IV Caldwell, K. Caldwell and
one-third of wage earning
are also homemakers.
Hay Fever or
Don't suffer without tryinit doctor' treat
ment tor symptomi of either hy leer or
bronchial iiihmi (or both ) that has been in
use for more than 25 years with a record of
enduring relief in thousands of cases.
Come in and ask us about Dr, Fujtate'l
Prescription. No narcotics or habit forming
drtitis and is safely taken by children. May be
used under money-back guarantee.
SMITH'S DRUG STORE
WANTED to sell two 'bird pups,
male and female, 11 months old. J.
D. Gossett, R. F. D. 2, Canton, N. C.
DOX'T FAIL TO ATTEND THE NE
GRO SPIRITUAL CONVENTION
To be held in the court house,
Tuesday, August 23, at 8 o'clock.
Elder P. M. Boyd, of Asheville, will
talk on "Where we are livingTon
the Prophetic Streams of Time."
Benefit Colored School Cafeteria
Sponsored by Cafeteria Commit
tee of School. Admission, adults
15c, children 10c.
FOR RENT Furnished apartment
Call 378. :
IDEAL MOUNTAIN TRIP Don't
; miss the scenic drive to Eagles
Nest. Over 6,000 feet altitude.
Aug. 18-25-Sept. 1.
WITH ff OTHER
BRAND OF BEER.
YOU BE THE JUDGE.
UTYDUR OWN TASTE DIDDE.
HIGHEST CASH PRICES
(Bridges, Crowns, etc.),
CHANDLER & CO.
EXPERT WATCH AND JEWELRY
We Va Only Genuine Materials
Waynesville took a softball game
from the Lake Junaluska team 8-3 on
the Lake diamond Tuesday. Medford,
Waynesville pitcher, only gave up
three hits, but loose play allowed the
Lake boys to score. Nobeck led the
the winners with two hits in three
tries. Christopher led the losers.
Junaluska :; Waynesville- 8
hill P Medford
Plack C Woodard
Uasson 1st Norris
Spears L'nd Case
Christopher SS Moore
Anderson :;rd A. Hancock
Powell SF Nobeck
Hawkins LF McCracken
Walker t. V Phillips
Uvcrs KF Ledford
Practice For 23rd
Ratclili Will He Associate Coach;
Hard Schedule Faces Local
Orchard Team Is
Victor Over The
Karber's Orchard team walloped
the Hendricks- Furniture Company,
in a name played on the Saunook dia
mond last Saturday by a score of l!l
to 10 with a large crowd of tans
uitiinessing (he game.
Loth teams bit at random with ('.
Prliitt and IV Green leading, in hit
ting honors for the fiirniliite makers.'
Keek and Caldwell led the orchard
V. I'rtiilt, Chirk and
hers Orchard.' C.
C. .Moore L'b
I'. Caldwell ss
I''. Calilwel'l. .".b
1!. Marher '
M. Carver rl'
1. Singleton If
A. Arlington cf
C. Heck p
I!. Beck and Caldui
game Cor Barber's Oi
Beck and Barber.
Pes. Ileiidrix Flint.
I Weill into the
A single pound of cotton may con
tain as many as loo million tiny
Coach Carleton Weatherby an
nounced this week that football prac
tice would begin on August :23rd at
the high school field. All boys that
are planning to go out for football
are urged to report for practice that
Carl Batclilf will again assist Coach
Weatherby this season. .Mr. Ratcliff
is a former football star on the local
high school gridiron and later cap
tain id' the W. C.T. C. Catamounts.
This year the team will be furnished
new uniforms anil equipment and
will also have an improved field.
For the first two or three weeks
the boys will be given the fundamen
tals of the game and taught signals
before actual scrimmage begins.
This year the first game of the.
season will be played on foreign
ground and will be one of the hardest
games of the season when they meet
the Asheville High Maroons.
For the past several years the
Mountaineers have played after see
ing action at home with some other
team, but this year the schedule was
altered and on September Hi will play
The second game, however, will b
on the local gridiron with Andrews
oposing the Mountaineers September
The schedule this year is to include
two games, with the Canton Black
Bears, the .same as last season, with
the exception that belli games will
be played at day. Last year the first
game was' played under the lights.
The prospects of a winning team
cannot lie determined lis yet, but from
all indications the team .will come up
to a Wcalhcrhy standard.
I.K KSF. LOST
Bill Halliburton, of Canton, has had
his drivers license revoked, alter be
iliargi'd with .driving drunk, accord
tig to the state revenue department.
Red Rock Cola Now
Enjoyed By Millions
AMERICA'S FINEST BEVERAGE
Millions of people are finding pure
delight in the enjoyment of delicious,
wholesome Red Pock .Cola, the bev
erage that represents the result of
the most intensive scientific study and
findings" of skilled chemists. It is a
drink that is winning thousands of
new friends daily because of its pur
ity and goodness, and the goiicrou.s
amount that a nickel buys.
Red Rock -Cola comes in a full B2-
ounce bottle, containing two gener
ous glasses. Its fine rich fruit flavor
and its delightfully refreshing utili
ties 'make it a beverage sensation
among people of all walks of life.
Many find Rod Rock Cola the ideal
drink with their lunch because it's so
thoroughly satisfying and "it tastes
so good" with sandwiches or other
foods. The big 12-ounce botte af
fords sufficient amount to accompany
a full meal. And for that mid-morning
or mid-afternoon pick-up thous
ands enjoy the delicious invigorating
sati.sf.netion that they get from a
cold bottle of Red Rock Cola.
You'll find Red Rock Cola ice cold
at your nearest dealers. Try a bottle
of this delicious fruit-flavored eoU
today. Take a supply home ond keep
it in your refrigerator ready to serve
often. Orange Crush Bottling Co.,
Asheville, distributors. Adv.
The Ideal Vacation
Blowing Rock, North Carolina
4,000 Feet Elevation American Plan . ,
Average 67 degrees cool during June, July and August
One of the Finest Appointed Hotels
In The Blue Ridge Mountains
YOU will enjoy your stay here, V
whether it be for just a day or
two or for a month. Perfect
service amid ideal surroundings
JACK G. CRAFT Proprietor-Manager
A GOOD LAXATIVE