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Prospective Baseball Talent Have Chance
To Preform Before Big League Scouts Soon
Managers From Big Leagues To
Be On Hand To See Prospec
tive Players In Action to a recent letter receiv
ed from Oliver French, President of
the Asheville Baseball dub, interested
players will be given an opportunity
to attend a baseball camp which will
beg-in in Asheville on March 30.
President French announces that no
charges will he made for tuition or
any equipment used during the try
outs, and that all the candidates
will be furnished uniforms.
The announcement may be of par
ticular interest to some Hazelwood
boys having a splendid opportunity
to break into organized basebaU.
Managers aad scouts from the St.
Louis Cardinals, the Tourists, the
Huntington,' W. Vai Club, and the
Martinsville, Va. Club will be pres
ent to select any prospect for one of
the many Cardinal farms.
AW young (players desiring to at
tend thi baseball camp are asked bo
be present Monday morning, March
30th, fully -prepared to take part in
daily practices.
Read The Ads
Snlve-Nono Drops "-
General Merchandise
It is easier to shop where you
A Complete
Our Prices Are Right Our Quality
The Best.
New Spring Patterns in Dress
Prints, per yd. . . .... ..... . 15c
Ladies' White Shoes . . $1.49 to $3.95
Men's White Shoes
Men's Dress Shirts,
We are in the Market for both Chestnut
Oakland Hemlock Tan Bark. If you have
any to Sell, Come to Our Office at once
and Secure Contract. Turn Your Tan
Bark Into Cash.
Junaluslta Tannery
Hazelwood, N. C.
Richard Queen Wins
Honor At Brevard C.
Word has been received here that
Richard Queen, former student at
Waynesville High School, won third
position in the state-wide oratorial
contest which was recently held in
Charlotte and sponsored by the junior
colleges of North Carolina.
i Mr. Queen obtained the privilege
of representing his school by winning
the college medal at commencement
last ye-r, by attending the meeting
of the southern group of the Interna
tional Relationship Club held WhM
year at Winthrop College, Rock Hill,
S. C., and by winning the contest in
hia school on the oration "Must War
Go On," the same speech which won
state honors for the former orator of
the local high school.
With the exception of two, all junior
colleges of the state were represented,
and for young Queen to win third posi
tion besides winning first places in
contests of Brevard College, is con
sidered an honor.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Swanger an
nounce the birth of a daughter, Tues
day, March 17.
Mrs. C. S. Davis i on the sick list
this week.
Earl Massey is in the Haywood
County Hospital where he underwent
an operation on Monday.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Austin Mor
gan, a daughter. Mrs. Morgan is the
former Miss Edna Birchfield.
Ernest; Truitt is very sick at his
home on McClure street.
can set it all at one place.
Line Of
$1.95 to $3.95
$1.00 value . .59c
Furniture Plant Whistle
Likely To Blow Any Minute
The whistle of the Waynesville Furniture Plant is likely to
blow at any time now, it was learned by this paper from a reliable
source yesterday.
The new roof has been placed on the plant. The motors have
been dried out and replaced.
The boilers have been inspected, and final aproval for "firing
up" is expected to reach officials any minute.
Unless something unforeseen happens, there will be some lum
ber placed on the yard this week-end.
In the mean-time, work will go right ahead in getting the
remainder of the plant in shape for "full ateam" ahead.
Some 40,000 feet of steam pipes will be tested in the dry biln,
probably today or tomorrow.
-and from the most reliable sources, the whistle cord will,
likely be pulled any time the (tune of which will remind citizens
of the good old days, and that "better times are here again."
It Happened
When Shakespeare's "herald of the
morning" .... or what I would call
game rooster . . announces the com
ing dawn I want to ride the paper
route with Joe Liner . ; interesting to
see the towns at that hour . . and
I'm told that a few people move about
then on their way homeward . . the
calmness then cause3 a strange feel
ing . . and a cup of coffee . . or some
thing . , helps one to stay awake. . .
and another sensation .... not so
strange as it is wonderful ... is to
be in the saddle carried by a powerful
horse ... feel the pull as he takes
the rider from the saddle in his inher
ent desire to rush onward. . , Bill
Harris can move from the height of
happiness . . and he has a splendid
sense of humor-.'. . to the depth of
despair at a moment's notice. . . The
ladies say ; . . and I guess the men
agree -.'.. . that Fannie Pearle Felmet
had the niftiest dress at the Seven
Club dance . . and Neil Henderson
wondered if the seven club means boys
have seven club feet. . . No! . . some
of them are the best dancers in town
there's .Steely, Wagenfeld and
"Billy" Prevost . . and there were
several dresses of the type which are
large enough on the ground to cover a
tobacco bed . . . while the top would
There will be a congregational meet
ing following the .morning service
Sunday. It is hoped that every mem
ber and other interested persons will
be present.
Attendance continues to be most en
couraging, both at Sunday school and
church services, The adult Bible class
gives a special invitation for others
to come.
Dr. John J. Fix, director of Relig
ious; Education, in" the Synod of Ap
palachia, will be with us on Friday
night, April IS, for a conference on
leadership' training. Dr. Fix who re
sides in Bristol, Tenn., has been with
us on several previous occasions and
we look forward with interest to his
coming again.
Rev. and Mrs, Orie C. Landrum,
Miss Catherine Walls and Mr. Rufus
A. Gaddis attended the memorial
service for Dr. R. F. Smith, at the
First Presbyterian church, Asheville,
on Tuesday night.
The church year ends next Sunday,
March 29. The annual every member
canvass- has about been completed
and we expect to have the budget for
the new church ysar fully subscribed.
We have been able to pay the entire
benevolent budget this vear. for the
first time in several years and will
probably exceed last year in payment
on current expenses and pastors sal
ary. A furnace has been installed
and other improvements made in ad
dition. Next Sunday's program will be:
Sunday school, morning and evening
preaching services, and young people's
meeting. There will be special music
at both services. We welcome all to
worship here who do not go else
where. .
Bethel Future
Farmers To Meet
The Bethel chapter of the Future
Farmers of America will hold its an
nual Father and Son banquet Satur
day night, March 28, at 7:30 o'clock
Mr. 3. A. Glazener, County Aeent
of Transylvania county, will be the
principal speaker, Burton Cathey,
of Bethel, will act as toast master.
The F. F. A. boys will be hosts to
their fathers. With the aid of the
Home Economics department, un
der the puiHirvision of Mis
Mary Emma Ferguson, the boys will
try to prepare the banquet, a much
as possible, from home grown pro
ducts. About sixty persons are ex
pected to attend.
Eeraral Ore f Nickel
There are ereral ores of nickel,
wMci are found In different parts of
the world, Including Germany, Aus
tria, Cornwall, and Scotland. For
many years the greatest source of sup
ply wag In New Caledonia, a French
Island in the South seas. But more re
cently the greatest producing district
has been Sudbury. Ontario, Canada.
Tom Reeves
only make a windshield wiper for a
horsefly. . . The great white way here
does not appear to be on the main
drap . . but rather at "Bun" Milner's
place on Number 10 . . where he sells
ga, and oil and has some of the neat
est tourist camps in the country. . . .
Golf is a great game . . but wouldn't
that course look good with some sheep
. . some pureblood whitefaces . . ves.
and a horse or two. . . Vaudney Mas
sey had to use engineers to locate his
spring during the enow drifs . . and
another good one from Frank Davis .
there were snow drifts to fifty feet
in the Fines Creek section. . . And
just a moment of honest talk . . Cap
tain fara vveicn dominated play in
the Cullowhee tournament . . . she
must be considered as one of the
Highs greats, . , Joe Davis and that
larjre group of Hazelwood at the
Teachers College will tell you the
same. . . I understand that my old
friend of football fame left us. .
Dewey Patton got married. . . . And
here's a fatst one from the political
frontier. . . "My candidate will shave
if yours will get a haircut" ... and
the governor's race goes on and on
while I'll be seeing you tonight at the
junior play. . . .
Looking In On The
Brighter Side Of
The Great Floods
While the flood in Eastern Amer
ica was doing a billion dollars worth
of damage, there were also some in
teresting bits of humor that went
along with the tragedy of it all.
ORANGE, Mass. A, woman - resi
dent of Erving remembered her pen
nies at the height of the Connecticut
valley flood. She asked telephone
headquarters here to disconnect her
telephone, saying she did not be
live she would need it any more.
"You'd better hurry," she told the
operator, "the house has started down
the river."
By the time linemen arrived, they
reported, the house was far down
BRUNSWICK, Me. They named
him Moses because he was; saved
from the flood.
Moses is the son of Mr, and Mrs.
Emilien Racine, born prematurely
yesterday, Dr. Maurice Dionne said, in
a house surrounded by raging flood
waters of the Androscoggin river.
ChHd and mother were taken from the
house by boat and moved in an am
bulance to safety.
HOL YOKE, Mass; When the pow,
waters of the Androscoggin river,
er plant of the American Tissue mills
wa, short circuited by the flood, the
company pressed into service a calli
ope, ordinarily used for advertising
purposes, to operate lights and tele
phones. -,''' .
The calliope was equipped with a
gasoline driven electrical generator.
PITTSBURGH. Two nolicemen
laboriously rowed their boat along
side a house partly covered by the
floods to rescue a man hanging from
a second floor widow.
They cautioned him not to be ner
vous and he replied:
Don't worry." :
Then he leaped and went through
the bottom of the boat, carrying the
officers with him.
The police worked lone hours durine
the flood with little time out for food.
One was found, in full ukform, 'lean
ing against the city-canty building
in the rain.
He was sound asleep.
,, French India '
The five provinces In India belong
ing to the French are : Mane, Karikal,
Pondlchery, Tanaon and Chanderna
gor. They are under a governor, whose
seat la at Pondlchery. In Farls they
?.-e represented by one senator and
an dejjUtT. -
Teachers Are
Entertained By
The Booster Club
The Hazelwood Booster Club enter
tained the, Hazelwood faculty at the
their regular monthly meeting Thurs
day evening of last week. The meet
ing was held at the Town Hall.
The president, L. N. Davis, was in
charge of the meeting. After a boun
tiful dinner served by the ladies of
the Baptist church, the chairman of
the program committee, Sam Knight,
took charge. The members of the
faculty were introduced and each gave
a response. The speakers of the
evening were introduced in turn.
They were R. L. Prevost and L. M.
Mr. Prevost spoke on "The Thrift
Campaign," and what it would mean
to Hazelwood as a community for it
professional and business people to
practice thrift.
Short talks were given by other
Boosters, including Superintendent
H. Bowles, Superintendent Jack Mes
ser, Major J. H. Howell, C, N. Allen,
and E. L. Withers.
Farm Questions
and Answers
Question: How can I make a profit
from my hens when egg prices are
Answer: l'eak production usually
means low prices on eggs and this
condition is natural at this time of
the year. The logical method of cor
recting this trouble is to cull the
flock' and remove all low producers.
This will materially cut the feed bill
and .brink, up the average production
per bird. Another way is lay down a
supply of eggs in water glass. Direc
tions for this work may be secured
by writing the Poultry Department
at State College.
Read The Ads
On Monday, April 6, 19I?6 at eleven
o'clock, A.M., at the court house door
in the town of Waynesville, Haywood
County, North Carolina, the under
signed Receiver Will offer for sale at
public outcry, to the highest bidder
for the terms of one-third cash, and
the remainder in two equal annual
installments bearing interest and
secured by deed of trust, the follow
ing described lands and premises in
the town of, Waynesville, adjoining
the corporate limits of the town of
Waynesville, and known as the
Haywood Furniture Manufacturing
Corporation property, and more
particularly described as follows:
BEGINNING on a stake in the cen
ter of the Southern Railway track, and
Southwest corner of the H. W, West
cott lot and run,s thence S. 34 E. ,251
feet with Wescott's line to a stake in
a ditch; tihenee S. 22" 30' W. 100 feet
with the ditch to a stake; thence S.
51 30' W. 204 feet to a stake in line
of Factory Street; thence S. 41" 30' E.
258 feet to a stake in Northen line of
street; thence S. 49 30' W. 176 feet,
passing Mrs. De Neergard'S corner at
20 feet in South side of said street,
and with the line of her line to a
stake on the North side line of said
highway, (Mrs. De Neergard's South
west corner; thence S. 88 30' W. 100
feet with said line of said hisrhwav to
a stake; thence S. 72 W. 100 feet
with side line of said hiirhwav to a
stake; thence S. 78 W. 200 feet with
side line of State highway to a stake ;
thence N. 88" W. 300 feet with said
side line of said highway to a stake;
thence West 160 feet with side line
Of said highway to a stake; thence
iNortn bu leet to a stake in the cen
ter of Southern Railway track ;
.thence N. 52 E. 1230 feet up the
center of track to the BEGINNING
Watch Our Town
We Carry Everything
W. A. Bradley's Store
On No. 10 Phone 326
containing 10.71 acres, more or W
subject to the rights and easemer
of the Southern Railway. "s
Said land will be subdivided ir.a
parcel and & map exhibited at sa i
sale, and1 the property will be ofiVed
for sale in parcels and then as a who'e
to the highest bidder.
Sale made pursuant to an order o
the Judge of the Superior Court m&i,
at February Term, 1936, of the su
perior Court of Haywood County in
an action entitled, "Citizens Bank 4
Trust Company, et al. vs. Haywood
Furniture Manufacturing Corporation
et al." and the sale will be subject t
the approval of the Court.
This 6th day of Marohj 1936
Receiver of Haywood Furniturs
Mfg. Corpe.
No. 451 Mar. 12-19-26-Apr. 2.
R. E. L. Ratcliff and wife, Calie Rat.
cliff, G. H. Palmer, Ermie Crym
Reeves, Admrx. of M. H. Reoves
dee'd., S. R. Felmet, and w. r"
Francis Administrators; W. a
Burgln and O. O. Burgln, Trading'
as Burgin Bros. Mrs. J. T. Jones
C. P. Clark, O. L. Briggs, Chair!
man, P. H. Walker, J. v. Hoyi,
F, E. Messer, and J. H. Way, Sec-retaty-Trefin,,
Trustees Waynes
vllle Firemeii' ftpllef Fund.
On Monday, April 20, 1936, at elev
en o'clock, A. M., at the eourt home
door in the town of Wayneavllle, Hay.
wood County, North Carolina, thn un.
dersined Commissioner of the C'nurt
will sell at public outcry, to the high,
est bidder for cash, the folhiwir.ij
described lands and premises, lying
and being in Waynesville 'Township,
Haywood County, North Carolina, ful
ly described as follows:
All that certain piece, parcel or
tract of - land containing 211) acres,
more or less, situate, lying aini beiiii:
in what; is known as the 'Ratclift' Cow,
on the Ratclift' Road about three iml,-s
Northeast from the town of Waynes-',
ville, in Waynesville Township, 'liar-!
wood County, North Carolina, having
such shapes, metes, courses and
tances as will more fully appear l y.
reference to a plat "thereof m:n!e l,y
J. R. Terrell, Surveyor, April, lsl.i,
which plat is now on file with the
Federal Land liaiik of Olurnliia, s
C, and being bounded as follows:'
North by the lands of Dora Ratelnt
and Hardy Liner; on the East Ly the
lands of Hardy Liner, Albert Francis,
and LeRoy Francis; on the; South !
the lands of Dock RatclilT, and on Ihe
West by the lands of J. R. Meiif"fl
and Dora Ratolitf. Above plat wis
copied by W. R. Francis. Altortn'v,
This being the same tract 'of lab!
heretofore conveyed to R. K. I.: lit--:
cliff by J. R. M eilford' and wife Lola
Medford, .and Pearl Ratclil'f by
dated December 1, 191 (. and recnr.i
ed in Book 48, page 204. U.T..r.l f:.
Deeds for Haywood County, too'trer
with the lands heretofore conveye.l
to the said R. K. L, Ratclil'f by .1. X.
Ratclift and wife, Mary Koicliff ly
deed dated September 9, i:T. ;;! -recorded
in Book 21, page li.'.i;. I'ie'eoj : l
of Deeds of Haywood County.
EXCEPTING front the i.!'"ve
Veyanees a tract Of 20 li acre-;, mcmv
or lesH, conveyed to H. 11. Liner In
deed dated January 19, 1!1, ah'! re
corded in Book 57. page ltn, to which
deed reference is hereby made
This sale is made pursuant to, un
der and by virtue of the power ef
sale conferred upon me my order an -1
judgment of the Superior Court of
Haywood County, dated March If'.'
193G, and entered in above entilh-.i ,
action, and wherein the undersign' t
was duly appointed Commissioner- of
the Court to sell said lands to satisfy
the judgment rendered in this cms
on a first note secured by deed "f
trust, taxes and insurance advanced
by the above named plaintiff.
This the 16th' day of March, l'J.3-. .
Commissioner of (he - Court. -
Xo,. 433 March 26 Apr.2-9-lti.

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