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HURSDAY, JANUARY 15, 1942
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
Locals To Play
Sylva Here On
- The local basketball teams are
; scheduled to . meet the Dowerful
Sylva basketball teams at
Sylva Friday night. Sylva has al
ways had a pretty good team and
should put up a good fight against
Clyde is also scheduled to meet
the locals in a doubleheader which
i:! to be played on the local court
broke even in a pair oi sinrm
with the Waynesville Moun
ers here Tuesday night. The
iel six continued its mum-
r i - a a A
M marcn ny posting a-x
Lrv. but the Waynesville Boys
,ed through with a 27-20 vie-
to even the evening a count.
cCants and Wells, Beyiers
of six .footers, proved the
in? leaders for the girls. Mc-
L nti-haA 1K nninta and Wells
.a r .
i, ?6 StsTcefiUyde Takes Fair
nesville (14) Bethel (34)
VIcElroy (10) ;....M. Mease (8)
fcoodson 3) ...... -McCants (18)
kesser .. ........ ..r.. Wells (11)
,Trout .. .:.:........-..-.......West
3 'arson .. - Farmer
ilner .. .. ....Buckner
Bethel. Muse, Cathey;
nesville, Sheehan (1) Colvard,
By Jack -rds
ount (4) .......
Henry (16) . ..
Saynes (4) . ...
hnman . ..........
lbs: Bethel, Calhoun Henson
Waynesville, Francis, Bur
Bryson, Harris, Wyatt.
...... Hardin (2)
From Crabtree Hi
Crabtree high school basketball
teams invaded Clyde high's floor
Friday night and were handed a
double dose of defeat. The Clyde
girls netted a 23-10 win and the
boys followed with a 16-10 victory.
F Robinson (6)
F Brown (15) ...
F Jackson (2) ..
G Dotson ., .....
. ..S, Bryson (1)
Subs: Clyde Francis, Lowe,
Fish, Donaldson, Hill, Rhinehart,
Jones; Crabtree Glance (3) Mc
Cracken (4), Best.
bUNTY TOURNAMENT IS
Icording to Coach Weatherby
County Tournament has been
i off because of the shortage
Clyde (16) Crabtree (10)
F Lowe (2) .. ........ . . Sutton (3)
FFowler (8) .. .... ...... .Messer (1)
C Thompson .. .;..............Ross (2)
G Chambers .. .....Hannah
G Medford .; .................Rogers
Subs: Clyde Brown (6), Rogers,
Lowe; CrabtreeChambers (2).
Koy Rogers To Appear In Person
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Fines Creek Splits
The Fines Creek high basketball
teams split a double-header with
the' locals last Friday night on the
home floor. The local girls were
victorious over the Fines Creek
girls with a ore of 27-9. McElroy
led the attacK on Fines Creek with
a score of 12 talleys, D. Rogers
paced the Fines Creek girls with
i a score of 5 talleys.
. The Fines Creek boy ran away
1 with the local boys to the tune
of 38-24. Henry led the attack
with 8 points with Yount second
with 7. Messer of Fines Creek
paced his boys with 10 points.
Lineup: . '
Fines Creek (14) Waynesville (21)
F D. Rogers (5) McElroy (12)
FF. Rogers (2) .. ...Goodson (4)
F Parton (2) ...... .... Messer (2)
G E. Rogers ......................... Trout
G B. Parton ...Milner
G-Sparks .. Parson
Subs: Fines Creek, Parton; Way
nesville, Sheehan (3), Thompson,
Bethel Wins Pair
From Canton High
bill from the Canton high cagers, j J- Mease (26) . Rogers (4)
boys were topped by Rogers, who
had 15 markers.
Bethel high (49) Canton (24)
t)y Rogers, the popular singing
;ern movie star, will appear in
pn on the stage of the Park
tre, Waynesville, with his
je of entertainers Sunday, Jatt
f 18th, for three shows Sun
afternoon at 2 and 4, and at
jt following the picture pro-
which starts at 8:30. There
tbe a picture program consist
bt a feature entitled "BLOND
SOES TO COLLEGE," featur
the "Bumstead Family players"
also short subjects.
e management of the theatre
Ringing this special attraction
to Waynesville at ft very great cost,
and through his personal acquain
tance and friendship with the star,
was able to arrange this appear
ance of a real movie star, and he
will not appear anywhere else in
this section on this tour.
In order that as many patrons
of the theatre as possible may have
the opportunity of seeing this
handsome young star, there will
not be any increase in admission
price, although anywhere else he
may appear in the big cities the
prices are increased to as much as
$1.00 in many places.
9 j . ;
Popular Movie Star and His Troupe
Of Musieal Boys Will Appear In
Person On Stage At
! SUNDAY, JANUARY 18TH
At 2 P. M.-4 P. M. and 8:30 P. M.
the girls winning, 49-24, and the
boys being victorious, 32-28.
Both the winning teams had little
trouble and led by considerable
margins at the intermissions. The
girls were led in the scoring column
by Mease, with 26 points, while the
Canton Girls Lick
Fines Creek Team
Canton high school split a twin
bill with Fines Creek high Tuesday
night, the girls being victorious,
37-23, and the boys dropping the
I. Taylor led the scoring for the
winners in the first game with 18
markers and Pressley was second
high for the sextet with 13,
Center McElroy paced the Fines
Creek attack in the boy's game
with 12 points, while Phillips led
the Canton boys.
Canton (37) , Fines Creek (23)
F Rogers (4) A. Parton (15)
F I. Taylor (18) .....,F. Rogers(7)
F Pressley (13) . ..E. Parton (1)
G Robertson ....... ........ E. Rogers
G Clark .. .....Walker
G H. Hall ..Messer
Subs: Canton, M. Chapman, Lan
ey, Bryantj Gi Smathers, R. Hol
lad, C. Chapman, Morgan (2),
Ward, E. Clark, C. Garrett, O.
Taylor, D. Chapman, Wilson, B.
Holland and Williamson; Fines
F MoCanes (2) Taylor (11)
FF. Wells (IS) ......Pressley (8)
G Farmer .. Robinson
G West .. .. ......:.......Clark
G Buckner .. .. Smathers
Subs: Bethel L. Mease (6),
Reece, F. Wells, F. Mease, L. Cath
ey, Swanger, Canton Morgan (1),
Chapman, O. Taylor, Laney, Ward.
Fines Creek (38) Waynesville (24
F Messer (10) . ... ....Burnette (1)
F Teague (2) . ..... ... ...Henry (8)
C McElroy (12) . .....Jaynos (2)
G Green (4) ..... .....Yount (7)
G Kirk (3) ... ........Constance (4)
Sub: Fines Creek, H. Mease (4),
McCracken (2); Waynesville, Bry
son (1), Francis, Inman.
Bethel High (32) Canton (28
F Sayles (6) ......Sutton
F E. Mathis (2) ..........Carroll (9)
C Rogers (15) .......... Phillips (12)
G Harding (6) Wilson (2)
G J. Mathis (1) Watts (6)
Subs: Bethel Grant, Pless (2),
Canton Brickman and Taylor.
Boxing Contests .
Held In Asheville
The eleventh annual Western
North Carolina Golden Gloves Box
ing tournament will be held in
Asheville at the city auditorium on
January 23, 24 and 26. It will be
conducted under the auspices . of
the Asheville Y. M, C A., and the
Asheville Junior Chamber of Com
.merce. '. .,
It in open to any amateur white
boxer who resides or attends
school in this state or South Car
olint, provided he is 16. years of
age or older and has duly quali
fied for competition by tuurning
in signed entry blanks and parents
approval and release, and passes
the physical examiation. The
committee reserves the right, how
ever, to reject any entry.
Each year since the tournament
has been held a number of Hay
wood county boys have entered.
Those wishing to send in applica
tions are asked to communicate
with Chrest George, who will give
them any additional information
they desire. .
There will be more than $500 in
trophies and other awards given
the winners. Those in Asheville
will be eligible to enter the region
al tournament in Charlotte.
the winners there may compete at
Madison Square Garden, New York.
-Marshmallow is made from, tha
root of the. marsh mallow last,
or from a substitute.
NORTH CAROLINA FACTS !
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OVER I.30QOOO VISITORS CAME TO THE P Sfl
GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL FXftK )
IN 1941. NO OTHER NATIONAL rVNRK. Sfc '
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THE LEGAL BEER INDUSTRY
PROVIDES AN ANNUAL
PAYROLL OF 1 1000,000
TO NORTH CAROLINA
Only a dwindling few "black sheep" among beer
retailers permit anti-social practices. Help mitt
our "clean up or close up campaign during the
New Year by giving your patronage to the great
majority who operate strictly within the law!
BREWERS AND NORTH CAROLINA
BEER DISTRIBUTORS COMMITTEE
EdyarH. Bain, State Director, Suite 813 817 Comnwrciol BUg. Raleioji
POIUaEP II C0OPEIAT10N WITH THl UNITED BREWERS MMBTRML
F Sutton .. ......
C Phillips (7) ,
G Watts (3) ..
G Wilson (4)
Fines Creek (26)
Subs: Canton, Rickman (2), Mil
ler, iTucker, Woody, Rhinehart,
Fines Creek, H. Messer (2), L.
Greene (4), J. McElroy, McCrack
If a man's down and won't try
to get up he's where he belongs.
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF HAYWOOD.
ON MONDAY the 16th day of
February, 1942, at the Courthouse
door in Waynesville, N.C, at 11:00
o'clock A. M., the undersigned will
offer the following and described
real estate for sale at public auc
tion to the highest bidder arid for
Cash, said sale being made pur
suant to an order heretofore made
and entered by the Board of Edu
cation of Haywood County and pur
suant to the authority granted to
said Board under Section 5470 (a)
of the Consolidated Statues of
North Carolina, which said real
property is described in metes and
bounds as follows:
BEGINNING on a Wild Cherry
Tree at a large rock and near the
public road and runs thence south
13 West 9 poles and 8 links to a
stake on a hill west of a large rock;
thence south 12 45' east 4 poles
to a stake; thence south 73 east
14 poles to a large branch; thence
down the branch 2 poles to a stake
in M. G. Downs (now T. N. Craw
ford) line; thence with the said
line north 11 west 16 poles to a
rock; thence south 82 west 10
poles to the BEGINNING.
THE BOARD of Education re
serves the right to reject any and
all bids at said sale.
This the 14th day of January,
1942. "' -
HAYWOOD COUNTY BOARD
By Jack Messer, Superintendent
No. 1150 Jan, 15-22-29-Feb. 5.
Uncle Sam's paratroopers,
"downstairs" on business,
three square meals in one
pocket of their uniforms.
It's very special food powdered
concentrated calories carefully
countedbut complete from soup
to coffee. It gives husky men the
reserve power to keep going when
other supplies" are cut off.
Reserve power is just as vital in
industrial as in military emergen
cies. When tank factories, plane
plants and shipyards began to eat
up more and more electric power,
reserve rations were ready.
Reserves built up in advance by
the business men who manage
America's power companies .
Reserves that met almost every de
fense demand overnight . . . Re
serves available almost anywhere,
because of carefully planned and
But no power reserves could con
tinue to satisfy hungry, humming
machines indefinitely. So the elec
tric companies have been working
fast to keep ahead. They put over
2V million more horsepower into
production during 1941 enough to
light one-quarter of all the nation's
Here is a basic defense industry,
able and willing to do its part glad
to pledge all-out co-operation with
government and industry until
the skies and seas around America
are secure and free forever!
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