THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 1931
THE WAYNESVILLE M0UNTA1NEEU
Chief Sources of Tax Revenue in State
Non-tax revenue .
Froperty tax of loc
Total (icneral Fund
Title registration .
Total Road Fund
in 13 1-HW2
. .... 2,371.502
1 .471 .V 12
t months 1933-1934
S 16.332,600. OOt
These are actual collections to January 1, 19.3-1. with big income-tax
navin" period to come in March. Estimates for la.-t half of year are that
atleat ten million will be collected. Non-tax levenue alnuit one and one-
'r'vThee are estimates of highway fund, for whole year, not collections.
The above is a reprint from the current issue of The Noith I'.uolina
?1 1.941. ISO
HERE AND THERE IN SPORTS IN
Hv THOS. REEVES
Unavoidable left out l.t week)
All basketball games hay bwn
completed except those of the e-le-.iicntary
schools. They should prove
interesting to all high school coaches
hit are looking: for prospects.
ThoM' inlcrestcct in the Western;
arolina Boxing and Wrestling tourn.
.orient in Asheville should lie in good j
..million for the meet 1 understand !
that Canton will enter a full team. I
h. j. discouraging to the Waynesville j
.-.thleti to have no place to tram.
The hoys here have about eight or
ten ftlcs won in the last two years,
it no uiu enters from Waynesville
...!) ,-r live titles will be undefended
leserve- Tate, of Waynesville. Os
borne and Hurnette. of Hethel, and
Fi ancis. of Clyde.
Hoys: Suttles, Rcvoloy Owen and
Cabe of Canton; and Morris of Way
nesville. For reserves. Wells of
Hethel- Green of Clyde and a pick of
the other Canton player- after 1 have
.-con Speais play..
Tue.-day afternoon Ka.t WaynesT
villi- won two games from the lla.el-
i ici. ., 'in,.. M-..,,
their game by a score of 20 to 5, while
the boys won by a score of 16-6. It
was the first games for both schools.
Fast Waynesville will play their
next game with Lake .lunaluska
i 1 Suavely got the boys
lie looks like a business
lo me. I doubt if a player on
am would return to the line. up
lew days after breaking train
ule. . The Carolina alumni sure
in an excellent show at the Ix'-
he lobby looked crowded
new and prospective stu-
1 had the pleasure of talking to
' oach I'oindexter, former W ayncs-
ille- high -school coach, at the Caro
:.na banquet. Although in a hurry,
Coach I'oindexter is never, in too
j;rcat. a rush to not be interested in
:iis, former teams here. When asked
.vhat was the best team produced
while he was here, the former Car
olina all-southern did not hesitate to
-ay what he thought about his teams.
'The best team I produced wa my
tfirlV team which was composed ol
May Crawford, Hilda- Leatherwood,
Rebecca Beeves. Habe Welch, Gladys
Justice, and Grace Campbell." Ac
cording tA Coach I'oindexter this was
'.he best, girl's team that has been
;jTouueod in Western ( arolina. No
one will question the fact that they
ve re head and shoulders above any
team that has ever played tor Way
n sville high. Mary Ouckett, Mat
tie HatelrfT and Jane I'lott were the
'ut.'-t;;mling reserves on, this team.
Along with this girl's team Coach
f'oimloxter developed the second best
.v s team that has played for the
iigh- When these teams played
they won the Cullowhee tournament
:h(- only time any school has won
V'th cups the same year. George
Washington. Locke Howell, Fred
Crawford, Jack Phillips and Fred
( ampbell composed this great team.
Most Hideous Animal
What is sa'uj, to bo the M.osi .hid
eous of all living animals is the
mandrill. It is a ferocious -member
of (lie baboon family '. al in-
J liidiils West Africa. It grows to
huge proportions. Even when kept
in captivity until full grown -it re
mains very savage. They live in
groups and walk op all fours.
. 1!C.;3, Westoni Newspaper Union
AN ALL-COUNTY TEAM
Girls: Forwards, Underwood and
Phillips, of Waynesville; Stamey of
Bethel; guards, Taylor and Queen,
vf Bethel, and Brown of Clyde. For
E. .J. MEINHARDI
OF CHICAGO H EKE AGAIN
He will demonstrate the "Mein
l.ardi Rupture Shield" privately in
his rooms at the George Vander
bilt Hotel, Asheville, N. Car., on
Wednesday only, April 4th, from
1:00 P. M. to 7:00 P. M.
Ask the Hotel Clerk for the
numbers of Mr. Meinhardi's rooms.
Only men are invited.
Mr. Meinhardi says: "The Mein.
hardi Rupture Shield contracts the
Opening in 10 days on the average
case regardless of the size or lo
cation of the Rupture no matter
how much you exercise, lift or
strain." The Meinhardi Shield is
skillfully molded to each individual
as a Dentist makes false teeth.
(No leg straps and no cumbersome
It is water proof, sanitary, prac.
tically indestructible, and may be
worn while bathing or sleeping
(continuously day and night) until
no longer necessary.
After twenty years of experience
seeing thousands of cases Mr.
Meinhardi will be glad to answer
questions regarding all methods
; I)o not neglect to see him on the
above date. There is no charge for
demonstration. This visit is for
white people only.
Chicago Office, Pure Oil Bldg.
You can earn several hundred dollars this sumnier, and
you can secure a better position and a larger salary for the coming
year. Complete information will be mailed on receipt of a three
ent stamp. Send for it today.
Rural Schools and City Schools
Summer Work and School Year Positions
TEACHERS AGENCY, INC.
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Covers the ENTIRE United States
-ift , . "Thanks for sending me so many good positions to apply for. over
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By E. Y. Gl'DCEK
One of the painful things that the
years bring is that one is called on
to suffer the passing of old friends.
Twice recently this sad experience
has come to me: one in the passing of
Mr U M. Killian and later in the
death of Doctor McDowell. These
two men were men of character and
integrity who tilled well their sphere
in the community lif(. and going to
their entern.,1 home they leave va
cancies in home. community and
church not easy to till. Mr. .1. A
Francis has written fittingly of
Mr. Killian and 1 shall t . y
hero to give a brief sketch of Dr.. Mc
Dowell and to note whai he stood for.
During the winters of 1SS7-'SS and
1SsS-'S!. I taught in Transylvania
lounty and at intervals visited relative-
and .iiul friends in Hendorson
villf. There 1 met and came to know
and e-teem "Doctor Charley Mc
Dowell," a- be was generally called
by hi. intimates. He was about "-S
ye:rs of age. a tine, clean, upstand
ing man, well liked by everybody, a
man who was developing the charac
ler which w ... to.be the out. landing
thing in his life till the day of his
About 10 oi 1 1 years later ( I!'!')
he aim- to Waynesville to live and
from linn on until his dealh 1 saw him
in the summer.- when home on my va
cations1, mill mm,, to know him well.
From I'.Hio t, lit 1 1 j w.ls Professor of
Iliolotry a! ihe North Carolina Col
lege for Women and toward the close
of my time taught his older daugh
teis This brought me in closer con
tact with Doctor McDowell and his
tanv.W and 1 came to see more closely
thi1 ical worth of the man.
In all the 1 1 year, of my acquaint,
aiuc with Dr. Charley McDowell 1
nevi r knew him to do an unfair, un
just or little thing. He a- ,.mineul
ly a man of integrity and character,
an honest man not merely in bis
tir. uncial dealing but he was ethically
honest. Such men as all loo rare in
the-e Jays when the reaction from
'he heighls attained during the (Ileal
W.u ha brought so. iely to the
sl-.il.v level of the jac1.'. :.ge.
Doc'.ir McDowell ha., gone to hi.
iiw..id, and thai going ha' bereft
his family of a good husband and
father, hi. church of a faithful mcin-
RESOMTION OK RESPECT l
That whereas. Our Heavenly Fath-l
er has seen tit to remove from among!
us one of our Rivthers, Kay Clifford,
a brother that was always faithful toi
our Sunday School Class, and who
was always present when able to be
with us. A ged citizen a faithful
Father and Husband, and a loyal mem.1
her of the Church.
He it iheiefoic re..olvid by the Men'.
)!ibk (lass of (he I'n.t Methodi-l
I'huich of Wayne. ville:
FIRST: That e the mcmK-rs of
the Sunday S.-hool Class grea'.U uu..
Mr. (lifford who has been taken from
among us by a wL.e and loving Fath
er who doeth all things be..t.
SECOND: To this family, we ex
tend a warm and sympathetic love.
THIRD: That a copy of these reso
lutions be sent to the bereaved family
of Mr. Clifford, that a copy be kept in
the records of our class, and that a
cpy lie published in our local paper.
R. 11. lllaekweli
T. 1.. Ilraa.let
Orover C. Davis.
t'ii;,i i" grocei'. u isnlow : "We'll
ci'.i.a n. and it is but titling that thisi,, ,,,u in ,
estimate o! his lile and clu.i'acter bv j , ,,, . t (
one w ho bad know n him long- should , '' ,l1'
be put on record "'ic man wool in ;,. buy and pro-
Peace to Ins ashes J.'.itced a pict ure o! Abi .i;:a.i. I.ini-idu.
be : . . n.l hi. community of a good
ink better way
WOMKN who get into a weak, run
down xinditum can hardly epeet
to be free lrom tioubb some "small
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A New Way Fo Save Money
I!i inn Your Shoos To I s (o Ho Itopairod. The Va V
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HKIX(J I S YOl'lt OlA) SHOES AND WE'LL KKIT'KN
THEM LIKE NEW
THE CHAMPION SHOE SHOP
E. T. IHTKETT. Prop.
M I STREET"' NEXT W ESTERN I NION
Teacher "If I take a potato and i
divide it into two parts, then into
tour parties, and each of the four
parts into two parts, what would I
Little Emily "Potato sHlad.''
T IT PTH TT T T T
GIVE IN YOUR POLL
USTING Begins Aprtf 2nd
Beaverdam W. W. Pless.
Cataloochee Flora Palmer,
Cecil Charlie Moody.
Clyde Carter Osborne.
Crabtree Claud Williams.
East Fork-Willie Burnett.
Iron Duff Jarvis Chambers.
Ivy Hill-Jim Plott
Jonathan Medford Leatherwood.
Fines Creek Hiram Green.
Pigeon R. A. Cathey.
White Oak-Ben Wright
Waynesville C. C. Francis.
AH property owners and taxpayers in said township are required to return
to the List Taker for Taxation for the year 1934 all the Real Estate, Persona!
Property, etc., which each one shall own on the first day of April, or shall be
required to give in then.
All male persons between the ages of 21 and 50 years are to list their polls
during the same time.
All persons who own property and fail to list it and all who are liable for a
poll tax and fail to give themselves in will be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor
and upon conviction fined or imprisoned.
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