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Was .Vor Paid-in- Advance Subscribers In Haywood County Than Alt Weekly Xewspapers Combined
WAYNESVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA
Till KSDAV. JI NK 1, 19:5:5
.:, of Buckingham, was
'instantly early Sunday
fell from a third story
the Piedmont hotel in
ruck the pavement on South
el! street neau m i u ,v..-.
:, ,.,.UV1 skull. He died before he
',. taken to a hos)ital. J he
'ti located near the "Square, m
ilca;t of ChailoUe, and scoies
Me:ol at the scene of the fall.
.Varlv two weeks after he was m
,mi in' an automobile accident which
Km..,i h- wife and another person
. -:m; i,w,.nl, HrGlothlin. presi-
dem of Km man university, ureenwne,
" C -mi leader in the Southern bap
tist , lunch, died Sunday 'at Gastoiua.
' e r,.Vycar-old educator and author
t,f'r,-l!ttii.i8 works, died at 9:23 ju m.,
I o- I maim L.v.-j-.. -
. ... e.....;t,.l it-iistoma
X. C. 11
, i'..: vitiPiillv ill for several day
jiiij "Wii .
In if-, first believed not serious,
'r'unetal services were conducted
.i .. i I'Konmin at Cireonville, in
.... 1 LSantist Church
i ih,. I'urnian faculty
1- ai man
aid tireenville on. an s
ministers o! tiieen-
i.c and other citizens seiveu. as nm
In: Ceurge YV. Quick, pastor of the
icli cwutuetul the services, assist-
K. X, l.hiinel, dean ot rurman.
Ki .-cued from the excursion steamer
vi Cov lifter it smashed on
HciVef Aires reef in Lake Superior,
,Jii men and women recovered from
.rilvts of a night aboard the sinking
..,-.,!. Five of the rescued were
xiiiol slightly. '
than '$-100,000 worth of straw
hav'c been sold at the Chad,
market in Columbus county
:i,is -nring- ' 1'. Quinerly, county
,,(.' ri -ported, lie -aid prices are
-sill good. .
Feil by 'cotton seed and cotton-seed
il, a i?i 00,000 fire Sunday night swept
.lirough the plant of : the Virginia
Carolina Chemical corporation in
' harlotte, providing a thrilling spec-,i!i-
fo,. thousands of onlookers.
A;, the flames shot sky-vyard, Char
'MW residents poured by the hun-iiiil-
to the scene, on West Tremont
tret in the down-town area. Fire
-illuiaL- estimated the damage
'iciighlv" at .$100,000.
Nevada was committed to prohibi
repeal after voters had elected
'"ft '-precinct delegates, pledged to
lee: wet representatives to the state
(invention, Sept o. Only one dry
a nominated in 241 pre-
awaie voted approximately 3'-.
'' "i e for delegates committed to
"l''.ti of the 18th amendment, latest
uivs on Saturday's repeal election
- now i
figures were '45,:95 for repeal,
' veil homing .-pigeons .which' com
led a OOO-niilo' fliwhf f-, !.!
through elren'p;il clnrn,
',!B.h Wlnlii' are being displayed by
. ix'ii' owners at the Strafford' Homing
!tl tIub Monday at . Stanford.
pigeons were tha l
Ma uon Saturday morning, to reach
-he home roost. Th .....
it.ilae-.,Sarkcyi of Bridgeport
.. .'-'! '?" yards --mmm-
Three ;m t
Tn.. i ---- .vis were
... ., ,u lne indinapolis Epeedwav
: - . e -innuar Memorial Day races.
; ui Meyer, 29, won for the second
'n recent yers.
Uh;le the cheers of 100,000 spec
-i ors proclaimed Meyer in triumph,
-M.e young men lay dead and an
'hc r .mured as the result of crash
"n 'he track.
er won approximately $15,000
'. drivp of 500 'iniloa i i i..i.
't'Vf-ji pnnVifB J ,f :
"'th them tt, -,-0 i....
c niiucii, iwo guards,
three women. They tied a co
l. J, W're, around the warden's neck,
"nil at the point of guns forced the
jnree women to abandon their car
convicts used to escape with.
' , Raiirds, warden and women were
pleased when some mile from the
f named defendant in
.-ao.OOO damage action suit filed by
'.".. Anne Ector Pleasant, wife of
rmer Governor Ruffm G. Pleasant,
who charged the senator with defam
g .her character and with illegally
causing her arrest in connection with
a reputed attempt to eject her from
w!! Capito1 in Louisiana.
"en Long was advised of Ue
-suit he said: "That means that up to
ate I have been sued for $1,250,000.
' here s such a thing as a man livin
the interest he owes."
;i,v Tyson. :
.. Jed ai.nost
..', v. hl-Il .!-'
.''', io-.v ct
Schedule For Can
Announced By Agent
Work To lie Held Under Super
vision Of lielief Department
To .Begin Monday
.niss Marv Margaret Smith, emer
gency home demonstration agent for
Haywood county, announced yester
day her schedule for canning lessons
to be given at all centrally located
points in the county.
Miss Smith is working under the
supervision of the relief department
of the stale and county, and is going,
to the home of those who have been
receiving help from the relief de
partment and making a personal in
vestigation as to their needs and also
inspecting their gardens.
All families who have been receiv
ing aid are required to attend the
demonstration classes and learn the
modern methods to can foodstuffs for
the coming winter. The foodstuff's
will be grown by the families in their
gardens which have been planted
under the supervision of the relief
department in many instances.
Mis Smith pointed out that not
only are the families that have been
receiving aid to attend these demon
strations, but that all are welconK;
While anyone is welcome, the char
ity cases must attend, she said.
According to present plans, Miss
Slnith will be here until the first of
July giving . demonstrations, and if
funds are provide;! she will remain
After an investigation has been
made of each community', Mis Smith
will then give demonstrations that
will help solve the problems' of that
The schedule for the next feu weeks'
is follows: (All meetings, wilt begin
at 10 o'clock.)
.Monday, June ;, aynesvilio Central
Tuesday. June 0 . Wayuesvillo, Fast
Wednesday, June 7, Waynesvi
Kridiiy, June !)
Ci eek School. .
8, Hazel wood
Wednesday, June 11 Canton Colored
Thursday, June l-.:Saunook. Klein en.
Friday, June 10, Lake Juntiluska,
, Saturday, June 17: Dellwood School.
Monday, June 10, Maggie School.
Tuesday, June 20, Poaclitiyo School
Wednesday, June 21, Hemphill School,
Thursday. June 22, Cove Creek School
Friday, June 23, Mt. Sterling School.
Saturday, June 24, Fine- Creek
Monday, June 20. Clyde High 'School.
Tuesday, June 27, Cruso School.
Wednesday Juno 2S. Cecil School.
Thursday, June 29. Henson Covt
Friday, June 30, White Oak Schoj!.
Saturday, July 1 Crabtree School.
In This Vicinity
Mr. Garland S. Ferguson, Federal
Trade commissioner, of Washington,
D- C., stopped in Waynesville on last
Friday and again on Tuesday and
visited his sister, Mrs. E. J. Kobe.-on,
and .ir, Robeson,
Mr. Ferguson, with Mr, Charles A.
March, chairman of the trade com-mis-ion,
spent the week-end in West
ern North Carolina on a fishing trip.
When the securities' bill , becomes
law. the federal trade commission will
become one of the most important
regulatory divisions of the' national
p-nverrimeTit. Tn nrpnnrnt-lnn tViV.
tQcl'c ho-pnva tir,m Alflcei.? TToi-rt-iicfiTi
ana .uarcn decided to spend a
days outing in this section.
Judge Rose Begins
Work On Home Here
Work was started Monday morning
on the hew home of Judge A. J. Rose,
of Miami, Florida. The home is be
ing built near the Adger House of
this city, and will cost approximately
$7,000 when completed, it was said.
The contract was let to Pink
Francis and J. T. Russell, both of
this city. All the material used in the
construction of the home will be pur
chased locally, it was learned.
Mr. Bill PrevOst arrived early this
morning from Chapel Hill where he
is a student at the University of
North Carolina, and will spend the
summer with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. R. L. Prevost.
$275 From Beer
Licenses To Date
Haywood county has received
from beer licenses a total of S27-"
ace. '1 ding to tiguivs given out
Wednesday morning by Fdw'n
Hayr.es, regbter of deeds.
This tigure does not include
the amounts leceivcd by the
towns in the county. A total
of eleven places have h n grant
ed license to sell beer in Hay
Over A Million
Is Due To State
Bv Federal Gov.
2.2."i Miles Of Highways Are
Completed In North
Hileigh- May 2;!.- Xorth Carolina
had available a balance of $l,;!Til,2H.
Sl in Federal aid road funds fo,- new
projects M- eh 1, in addition to the
: mounts now being expended on Fed
t t ill aid work, the April issue of
Firdic Unads hows. in a statement
made by the Hureau of Public Roads.
In addition hiving already complet-
el .',2.,,t..'! nuti s of l-'edi ral aid road
:m Xorlh Carolina, the report shows
'.hat I'-roii'cts involving a total ex
penditure of -1 ;;!:!,:!ti(i.0 1 lia'f paid
v the regular . fund and 'I'-.- other
half by the special unenidyment
I, and embracing MOO. mics of
p i:v;uf.. wa Id per cent completed
Mar, h 1. AI-. l-2.:i milts' h .d '.been
I ; i . 1 fur iMii"t ruction, involving
a total c,i-t of $!M27-2.!i"..th.' report
thirteen Lcu'al Mm ;
'i'ii-. followiiiig iKioieil Civilian t.'on
.- ,-i v.-ition Coi'ns men from Waynes
viT!e who I) ;ve berti tit Fort liriig. for
: h pa--.; two : weeks wto- "y::nr. . d
'."!' :a- into t!ie II 1th Comptiny
'. I '. C. if'ider I'nimii.iinl of C:iitaiti
nrcis M. ( 'rist. F. A. ( Regular
''iiv. arvl-. Ivl't yesto.nhy for their
',"o 1 1 y canio a! Smokcmont . X; C.
Tl-cir p.,-t:.!li,- addre wil! lu-:. -llitb
('', C. ,C. C. Smnkemnr.t, X. ('.
The Mountaineer will be notified
! ;-'in time to time of anv iMfur'itation
of genral interest 'o iHir -tib.-eriiiers
concerning these men. a,cor,!i!"r t,
( ' pt a in C'rist.
' lio e at Sinokemonf are:
' ' .). Cr.i-ty, Cr.n,..- Long. Ralph
' Sisk, Cilen Francis, Janu s jf.v ., :,
' vi- liakei, F. ('. i'a"'dw.ell. If. H.
' '.: . Hilliard .Ion,-. J,. Kdw ids.
V. I ,(!.,: d. ..!. K. i';;rvor. W.rh-
; d M i Flr-.y.
l!r,i(lley-l ia Co. ha- ' :
poin:ed local r, pr, ,-entati of 'I'h ',
Reilty and .Management Cofpur'atiun
op Aineiiia and on and after .Iun; 1st
will handle al rentals and sales, of
a number of prop, ft ies in W:iynea
ville, Haid wfiod a nd Lake Juiialuika
how the new school law
The Mountaineer reproduces, boi.ow
an outline uf the new school laws, un
der whiich the schools Of North Caro
lina will operate during the next two
years, It should prove of interest to
all our readers:
1. A State-wide eight-mouths school
term . to cost $10,000,000.
2. All special and charter school
districts are abolished, anil the schools
arc divided into county ami city units
the latter, being required t have a:
least 1,000 chiildren .iin school, with
all such units' fixed i,y the State
'!. Fi.-cal affairs of the school 'are
to be in the hands of a state school
commission composed of ,the 'governor,
lieutenant governor, state treasurer,
and state superintendent of public in
struction and 11 citizens, appointed
one from each congressional district.
4. Taxes for schools may be levied
by-! local, units without a new vote of
the people only for necessary main
tenance of buildings and to continue
present vocational and agriculaural
education. When approved by local
and state authorities, elections may
be held on supplanting the eight
months term and extending th? teim
to nine months, elections of the la:tr
question to be limited to units not in
default on their indebtedness. .
Other points: Teachers riot re
quired to attend summer schools 1 933-'31-'35,
but those who elect to attend
will get credit for work completed.
Another feature, and about the worst
in it, is that school units may he al
lowed to operate long horns daily and
six days the week. Of courre, it
can't be done satisfactorily but it
was made to take advantage of
schools that may not be able to re
sist, although we are hoping that all
Dr. F. 0. Grounds
Head Of New College Camp Ex
plains l'lans At Springdale
Dr. F. O. CI rounds, head of th1
camp of New College in
Fust Fork township. Haywood coun
ty, was the guest of the Waynesville
Rot.iry club Friday at lunch in the
dining hall of the Methodist church.
He spoke of the purpose of New
C. ib go in locating a group of ftu-den'-
Springdale to study at lirat
l.tind si ui:o (f the phasos of natural
scii nee. It is an experiment, he said,
and if successful in its projects, there
will be mure of it, and the mountains
of Western North Carolina will be
come a favorite place for sue'.i exper
iments and the working out of many
Dr. (rounds told of the work going
on at the camp in getting ready for
the huge group of students who will
be coming about June 1. There are
Id at the camp now, an, they are
busy cleaning up. planting seeds, and
getting the buildings and grounds in
shape for the coining of the advance
iuot;( f students.
Dr. 'Grounds said that it is m,uv
than probable that this camp on the
Gwyn farm at Springda'o will he made
an all year round school, that the
plan is for every student of the n
t lira I sciences in New College to have
a year of work in a camp school, such
as is now beitig established at the
Gwyn farm, where they .111:1 v study
'i dtiiny, zoology, geography and miner
alogy in actual contact with -nature.
Such invest igat lolls will l e carried on
in the Held that one makes in research
woik when he is working for his doc
tor's . degree. It .is lirs; ban, 1 work,
ami the country around the. Gwyn
farm is admirably adapted for (liai
son of work. Dr. (irounds stated.'
.Other guests at the club were (',
II. Reeder. of .Miami; '.. Mopp. Stuart,
Fla.; and John H. Martin, of Concord,
New member's recently joining the
elub .-include Claude Reese, D. D.
Alley. Wilfcrd Ray, and W..T, Fee. Jr.
Plant .Grow mgTir, :
Beer Rattle Found
I. K. Jones, of .loin s' liarhcr Simp,
found a beer hottle that had the neck
broken etf, and evidence- 'hat it had
been '-bin ted for years behind 'the
Fir si National Hank this week, with
a green plati't. glowing in it. The
:rck f I be' b-. t ie w:,s ,-!,,gge,l u ,,
with bar, 1 etay.
'I be 1 0-1! , of i be plan: e t ended, out
of the ela;,' an I gathered irioj-turi
from oll!-lde.. tile hottle. The pl.'IMl
I'm,-.-.' !it,,, a normal plant, and show
no ill ode.'T : i,f living ill its g ia --
Mr. Jaili M" .-er, neyly elecled
CMiiit y superi n't endeiit of public in
struction, with M i s. .Mess(.. and their
..mall ilaugbteVj arriveiF this week
fivnn Sylva ;nn:l will make their home
in Vayno.-vill(. in ibe future.
of them will resist. It's, a form nf
trying to cheat the ci.ibin n out of
what rightfully ;js tlieirs.. ;. .
Tiie "city ii'iits" mentioni il ai o.
.2 iin ans a territory containing it min
imum of 1.000 -('..,. children, wle ther
!;i a munici.ii.'ilil y or aroun I a rura1
Oross ..-o;ii!.--. 'l'l.ie . u,e 1 s whii b will !c
de-'i'K.iite 1 by '.'the state sch,,..! co'i,
mission,. i ill take tlie,:plac(- of pres
ent districts. . Incidentally the county
.-.cliool 'boards and county- superin
tendents are loft , but dist rict com m it
teoinen, if any,, will be desigi?ated
;j i t r the new unit - are set up. The
salaries of all teachers; and pflici.als,
such as county superintendents, will
be fixed, by state school board , and
will be materially decreased.. : The
schools will, in fact, be operated from
headquarters ln' Raleigh under direc
tions sent to. county boards; and su
perintendents. School districts which have bonded
indebtedness must levy sufficient taxes
to maintain buildings and pay inter
est and principal of school debts.
They are also allowed to levy, pre
sumably, at their option, sufficient
taxes to continue vocational and agri
cultural instruction. No fund can be
levied for extending the length of
the term except by a vote of the peo
ple in the new units as laid Out with
not less than 1,000 children, and this
can only be done in towns and coun
ties that are, meeting present obliga
tions. Counties and municipalities
that are defaulting on present, in
debtedness must make good on that
before they can add to operating
cost1, which is but common honesty.
The minimum requirement for num
ber of pupils necessary to operate a
high school is. reduced from 80 to 60.
C II. Reeder. former mayr-v e
Miami, and at present a member tn
the board of commissioner.-' of th.n
city, is spending his vacation in AVay
Mr. Reeder was a guest of the loca.
Rotary' club last Friday and express
ed d. light in the scener.and 1 lim. it'
ll,' found here. lie was ptn t ieul.u'h
intiiested m the Country Club Clot?
Course. He state,! that a splendid
golf course was one of the greatest
drawing cards a tourist city could
"Several years ago the .-rtv -.
Miami invisted ,',:iOu,O00 in a golt
colli se, and the touri-ts began to come
there to play. Today we have 12
eoursos a fid the one built by the city Is
paying seven per cent on the invest
ment." be stated.
Mr. Reede,. suggested that with a
few minor improvements made on trie
local course i'. would be far
ahead of other courses in this sec
tion. He suggested drinking foun
tains and 'shelter, sheds on the course
Local Farmer Finds
Money Can Be Made
From Sale Of Plants
I. S. Fulhnght. who lives near Fake
.1 i;nabis ka, has found that there is
m.-: ey to :e made from plants -when
;:.;,(' ijuant it ies are planted.
The ye . 1 a- 111 the pa ! ten y, ars,
11 l-'ulhi igbt lia . made a cash cl op
', . a'ai luy io';ito plant Thi-. year lu
,, .-i.lel 7: u-hel-, and c ( im ited that
i.c Would get about t! I I(K) plants
from his bods. The potato plants
tins yea,- are retailing ai twelve .10, 1
a half cent -: per hundred.
Not only does, he have -potato plaol-,
!' 1, le ha- f'oi ;-, :le. or at teu-t had
for sale, about L M ) , t( H) tomato p. an.
to say not hing of 'lOillOO . , ;ili'.i;uti
Xi'M year Mr. I''ulbiight iiitend--to
plant about '' bushels of jiotntoes
in his special hot beds. His hot .'beds
re so made thnt he can -heat (hem
A' h I ' '' I no' li i e to depend en
tirely upon the sun's heat for the
plant', to grow.
Mr. Fulbright stated that be has.
.' 'I'M I hat il -is nut prolitalde. I o' grow
feauls for the in u'ket . o;,. a "mai:
scale, as it, takes larg; qiianl i'lies
to return ;i prolit . so wil l, t bal in
mind he is really going. put ;M .-,
"I.iii'e ei'iip" for ih-l year.
Final pi.,.,,, ' have be,.,, .m;,. to,
:be second meet ing ,,f the V':i ni
villi' tennis team ami th- Cull.'vvbee
l( am her,' l-'riday afternoon 011
Hi., ' (telle .Meade I 'l.aygt ,.,und coui tli.
The gam" will gel iindei w; v at 2
Two u-eelis : ago the Way no: v - ll
team eompo-ed of Padgett, Maweit,
llaynes. .Mi-ssa.,., ;,j..s an,) VVeathediy
uli t the strong college am n the
('ullowhee courts. The local players
lost several of their .matches ufler
hard foilgh games.
The YVaynesyi.lle ti-am i. in better
Condition than they were when they
played the ('ullowhee team before, and
it is expected that the score will aW
eb-ser than when they last met
, The. C'ullowhee 1( am. expected tfl
p!;iy here. Friday includes R-Uch-tman,
Heilileti, Lyday; Keever, liuiv.
in.ih and .Mcf'urry.
federal 01 firer
Capture Men AM.
dim lu eve- and Henry Miller vain
ai rested near the Tennessee line early
Tuesday morning with 66 gallons of
liqUor in a I' ol d coupe, said to be
long to Lee Gordo.i. The arrest WiiS
made by federal revnue r.'riceis.
Forties, Ranks, Vance and JenkiriB.
The men we're bieught to Waync'i
ville and given a hearing befoe., Fraiik
At. Her, - UniteJ Fr.v-te s Ctniniisio', r
The men: ma !e bend Tuesday aftct
Large Display Of
Rye Brought Her p
Mrs. E. E. Mease brought to The
Mountainter office last week a bunch
of rye. measuring over six feet, seven
inches high and having .81- stalks in
the bunch. All this was grown from
one seed, according to Mr. I. B. I'iess
of Cruso, 'who grew the rye.
The large display has been placed
in the front window of The Moun
taineer office and has cr?ated quite a
bit of comment from the public.
PARK SIGN IS
ACROSS MAIN ST.
0. I.. I!rit!gs Hopes Tu (iel Sign'
I'lnntcd And l.ighud ilh
in A Wick
C'scar I., liriggs. who ,- liane of
the construction of the hug ir!t
sign across Main slice: ..; I k-pot
stieet iH'gait work Tuesday t.lglil hi
assembling the sign acro-s tiie sli-t.
It wa, hoped that the task would be
lempieted Tuesday night, but u hih
tension w ire had to be n moVcd be
lere the arch across Mam aiivct
could be put ill place.
The arch across l'epot j'.icu Wus
erected Tuesday night, and the sign
proper is expected to be , placed
Tlu- total weight of tin sign uiul
support is about two tons, according
tu Mr liriggs. The manner in which
tliV. sign is constructed will stand a
wiivl pressure of ." tons, it v.is said.
The sign will be painted within
the net few days. The large part of
the sign will have the letters, "tlreat
Smoky Mountains. National Park,'' on
it while the large arrow which will
he .-u-pended under the sign- will have
Large lbodlights will be phuej utl
the sign and will enable travelers to
read the sign.
Mr. liriggs has been -I well, on
' he f I a ' . c ;. . -i v , i a i u .. . J tit
frame is braced every tiw inches
within itself and assure.- sa'.ty in
every respect in that it i- welded and
riveted at alt joints,
Tlu. cost of erecting Ho- -ign w a
made hy giving a special bi netit pic
ture show here and by populai :n''
Mr. Withers Receives
Ki.nost .W ithers, secretary of the.
Chamber' of Commerce, stated yestei
dav that inipiiries for hotel and board
ing bouse accommodations: were he'.cv
ier ibis year than fo,. -evrral sen
sons. Mr. W'il liers stati'il that in one
day he luul st'iit replies to 'tl leltefy,
all of Whom Here seeki!::' i n f. i in i
tion ahotrl Waynesville,
"I f i l it it i ries ,a re any He I lea I ion ,T
to a good ..e.i.-on. we air certainly
going to have on, ," Mr. 'it her- con
! mil, , I.
U';i n,'s iff (.ill Kfc.'ics '
llor.or.ilil' .Meiili in
M: - Mary Anne Turin , r,,eiv,',l
hoiioi a lie . oii-nt ion ' in tie- nalioir.ii
conle. i for h-(- c--;iy on "How .My
llollle Kl OllOlllil S I',, , ;,! '.,,,
neip; ,i iL. ,'. Monie.
'I'lu ; '' , : i ' i -u a- op j; . ,, Hi. in,
Fconoiiiir - ...i udetit'S in I'la.HM a.ro'i
ell, go !liri(ighoii' l lie iv.ir.n ,: i:'l
wit b hundred ' ,1' , ante tain: ,',m'Iv'
liy, j i i s - wioe igven and :;!':een , -a.v.
i,''eie, honorable locution,
M uch credit i. du,- Nl i - 'i'lii ner foi':
this aeeom il is hnieii".. Sli'is .only
Hvelve yea r old and a tin rnher i f
the : f res'hnian class of ti, W .;. in.
vi I Ic High Sclioid this' y,ai': She in
the daughli r ( I'. t,.,. 'i'uruer, of
())t!i ilmisc Will lit Ilcld
Al II. .id ar. -sili
' .The public j.s, cordially- ir.vite'! . :o
attend the. tea from 1. . to ii o'clock
this' afternoon which will mark th1
furnial opening of: th' !!etej Way
Mrs. (iradv Boyd, manager of the
hotel, w ill iie ..-.-i - '.-I - rt r ceiVirnx
the gu.ts by Mr-. W. W.. ,. -,- .: of
tiridin. (,'n.i iga. . ;
Strons I Sea con Team ''(Scheduled
To IMay At Hazelwood Next
A . rally in the, seventh inning w:ith
eleven hits and l.'l runs was too much
for the Bleacherites of Bi It more, and.
gave Hazelwood ii :17-I. wi:1' The
game was close until the. .-c'. ,1.1' h in
ning, the score being 4 to ij with
Hazelwood on the long end. .Putnam,.,
local hurler, started the rally'-.'' with .
a single, Kuykendall followed , with
a single, his third straight hit in '. he
game, then Glen Wyatt was hit w:
a pitchjed ball, loading the 1 ase-.
Fisher, the ball play ingt alderman, get
a tripple and cleaned tne bases, Af
ter 'hat it was just a . bairage of
triples, doubles and singles.
Putnam pitched a good g:ime of
ball, giving way to Powers in - ihe
eighth inning. Robmson i- 1 '
pocking the old apple, getting a l.o.ot
run. a triple and a double in five
tries. Kuykendall, A. Wyatt, "Fisher..
(COTtinued on back page)