The Waynesville Mountaineer (Waynesville, … /
Feb. 13, 1941, edition 1 /
Part of The Waynesville Mountaineer (Waynesville, N.C.) / About this page
page has errors
The date, title, or page description is wrong
This page has harmful content
This page contains sensitive or offensive material
'DAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1941
THE WAYNES VILLE MOUNTAINEER
Ralph Phillips, of Canton,
Lrold WWtted, of Canton,
i" 1 imoroving.
k case, ,
. V,.Km of Wavnes
. . nmtive case, is
. n.:Uara n Pan-
v M Clarke.
f medical case, is good.
State Corn Crop
Worth 32 Millions
North Carolina's 1940
was 6 per cent under the 1939 crop,
according to the Department of
Tar Heel farmers harvoef a a
733,000 bushels of corn, which was
estimated to have been worth $32 -
uo,vw. inis was based on 72
cents per bushel.
i TTatipv. of
route 1, medical case, is
iv- TTnnner. of CrUSO,
case, is resting' well.
Adolphus Lanning of Clyde,
case, u x
tii..,j Rmwn. of Canton.
v case, is improving.
William Walker, of Way-
,i i medical case, is
Jl Mehaffey, ol Lanton, mea-
.3e, is some Dewer.
Velma Moore, of Canton,
Jve case, is improving.
condition of Mrs. Kirkwood
. 11.. AiuMflVA Mod
Hugh Smathers, of Canton,
Ive case, is Dener.
1-man Gibson, or yanton,
1 case, is improving.
It Smith, of WayneBville,
modical case, is resting
Thotnasene Swayngim, of
sville, medical case, is fairly
COUGHS FROM COL OS
T WON'T TURN LOOSE
ONE SIT OF MENTHO-MULSlON
WAIT PIVP MINUTES
C0 FM. TO GET EXPECTED REUEP
m FPU TOUR MONEY BACK.
Mrs. Earl Gibson, of Canton.
WM.tA O .
luuw upcraiive case, is good.
Mrs. George Packett, of Clyde,
ruuve i, meaicai case, is better.
Among those discharged from
ine naywooa County Hospital dur
ing the past week were- Otis
Mints, Miss Rubv Constant Hf,
Rowe Hill, Miss Evelyn Teague,
Auyer jamerson, Mrs. Clarence
Smith, Miss Dorothy Rathbone,
Mrs. Dave NelsonMiss Wilma Al
lison, Mrs. Jennings Robinson, Mrs.
Charles Shepard, Mrs. Clifford
Stamey, Mrs. Clyde Sharpe and
oaDy, xars. Earl Brooks and baby,
Also, Mrs. Mary Wooten," Homer
Pruitt, Mrs. Wade Frmi ua
baby, Mrs. Floyd Whitted and
baby, Mrs. Calhe Putman and baby.
w. 1. Mark, F. E. Massie, W. H.
Heffner. Mrs. Paul N. TWin anH
baby, Mrs. Albert Herren, Mrs.
tiawrence J ames, Master James
Robert Gentry. Mrs. Herbert M.
haffey, Fred Roarers. Mm. J. M
uaddy, Miss Julia Kate Rector,
Mrs. Woodrow Leatherwood and
baby. Mrs. S. T. McFall. Mn sw.
rill Plemmons and baby, Mrs.
Harve Payne and baby,, and Ken
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Lowe, of
Waynesville, announce the birth of
a son on February the 4th.
Mr. and Mrs. Bass Medford, of
Waynesville, route 1, announce the
birth of a daughter on February the
Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Rhea, of Can
ton, route 1, announce the birth of
a son on February the 6th.
Mrs. Arthur Conard, of Cove
Creek, announce the birth of a son
on February the 5th.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Lee, of
Waynesville, route 1, announce the
birth of a son on February the 6th
Mr. and Mrs. Merritt Parton, of
Clyde, route 1, announce the birth
of a son on February the 7th.
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Franklin, of
Cove Creek, announce the birth of
a daughter on February the 7th.
Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Rogers, of
Canton, announce the birth of ft
son on February the 9th.
f Xpert Cleaning
Expert cleaning- and dye-
e can only be done by ex
rienced workmen and mod-
i equipment Inexpert
:anine often does more
rm than good. By our im-
bved, modern methods.
ery bit of dirt and grime :
I removed and no harm is
ine to the most delicate
IT PLEASES US TO PLEASE YOU
By Jack Sords
li V"Sfif T 368 T6TAU
C(AaRoaJ SuJGSBR op iWa
JAfiOlAU LEA6UB for tMs
The Dodgers announce that Pit
cher Van Lingle Mungo, Outfielder
Jim Wasdell and Infielder Don Ross
have returned their signed con
tracts for 1941. This brings the
total to 19, exactly half the squad.
The old controversy who de
veloped the football forward pass
has slipped over to Arthur W.
Briggs, coach of the Southwest
Missouri State Teachers College.
Briggs claims he has documents
proving the forward pass was de
veloped in the fall of 1905 at the
Springfield, Mass., Y. M. C. A.
physical training college, by Dr.
J. H. McCurdy and Glenn (Pop)
Jim Dockery of Chicago was re
cently named head football coach
shoot closed after the handicap
championship which was won by
J. R. Taylor, of Astor, Fla., break
ing 98 of 100 targets at 22 yards.
A new challenger for winter wo
men's golf laurels, Jane Crum, of
Orangeburg, S. C, took her place
in the semifinals of the Palm Beach
tournament after a 20th hole vic
tory over Medalist Elizabeth Hicks
of Pasadena, Calif.
Dominic (Mike) Ryka, famed as
baseball's one-man team, has for
warded his signed contract to the
Boston Red Sox from his Delancy,
Jean Bauer of Providence, R. I.,
a veteran competitor in the winter
at St. Ambrose College, succeeding I golfing tour, won the Palm Beach
Moon MuIIins. women's tournament Monday for
' .1. I j.1 a.1
tue bcvuiiu ume in mree years
The St. Louis Browns announced
ecently the sale, on a conditional
bases of left-handed pitcher How
ard Mills to the Brooklyn Dodgers
UU YCaHCtVtrCAN BSVONgi
Um EACH CALL XBFtt TO M,
' WON'T RELV ON MSMOWf "
the UMlrtvafif MtfwM
Pn. Whenever .!!..
loubt about a number, look it up In
directory.lt will iare you time in
The National indoor men's sin
gles and doubles tenni3 champion
ships have been awarded to .the
Oklahoma City Tennis Club, the
U. S. Lawn Tennis Association has
announced. Ed Moss, secretary
of the U. S. L. T. A., said no dis
position has been made of the Wo
men's title events.
Frankie Sinkwich, the boy who
quit football so he could have fun,
has now returned to practice. He
says that girl's will just have to
Minnesota's 1940 football team,
heralded as National mythical
champions in the sport in additon
to being the Western conference
titlistj will be given permanent po
session of the Knute Rockne Me
Bill Glenn, Eastern State Teach
ers College football back who had
the best completed pass average
in the country last fall, is a member
of the basketball and baseball
Joe DiMaggio, 1940 American
league batting champion, is dis
satisfied with the New York Yan
kee's offer for his services and will
send his contract back unsigned.
He says that the Yankees' offer
was too much like last year's re
B. M. Tennille, of Shreveport,
La., broke 95 of 100 targets to win
the doubles championship of the
winter Vandalia trap shoot. The
Charlotte's YMCA boxers settled
Kannapolis in their last deadlock
for once and all the issue raised by
pounding out a decisive 4 2
victory to maintain their undefeat
John Nogrady, Bill Tilden's un
derstudy, saya clowning Frankie
Kovacs gave Don Budge a sound
and regular lickings on the Coast in
practice -last fall. "He beat him
about 27 out of 30 times, and any
guy who can beat Budge once, even,
is a real tennis player, boy." No
Crabtree And Clyde
Divide Twin Bill
The Clyde girls defeated the
Crabtree girls, on their home court,
Friday night, Feb. 7, by a score of
30 to 17. Clyde's scoring attack
was led by Henson and Robinson,
each accounting for 12 points.
Tate baged 7 points for Crabtree.
The Crabtree boys met a much
improved Clyde team, but managed
to gain a lead of 5 points at the end
of the game. Crawford, of Crab
tree, marked up 8 points the last
half to lead the scoring attack,
while Milner followed with 7, and
Sutton with 6. Hill played out
standing ball for Clyde.
Pos Clyde (30) Crabtree (17)
F Henson (12) ...Tate (7)
F Donaldson (4) . Glance (1)
F Robinson (12) Hogan (3)
G Rogers Pressnell
G Jones ...Bryson
G Hill . ..... ....Bryson
Subs: Clyde, Hill. Jackson (2),
Robinson, Haynes, Dotson; Crab
tree, Parks, Ferguson (2), Med
ford (4), McElroy, Jolly, Justice.
Pos Crabtree (21) Clyde (16)
F Crawford (8) ......King
F Caldwell . Lowe (6)
C Ross ................. ......Dotson (21
G Milner (7) ...,......-.,...,.Hill (6)
G Fulbnght ...........Brown (2)
Subs: Clyde. ThomDson. Size-
more; Crabtree, Sutton (6).
Fines Creek News
Mrs. D. N. Rathbone.
Johnnie Lovette, member of the
U. S. Navy Corps on a ten day fur-
lough, visited On Fines Creek. He
was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Hu
bert Ferguson, after which he vis
ited his father, the Rev. O. G.
Lovette, former pastor of Fines
Creek Methodist church, who is now
located at Mills River Methodist
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
H. G. Hammett, Pastor.
At 9:45 ft. m. Sunday the Bible
school will contine in the Gospel
of Luke by Btudying Luke 17:1-19
with the general theme of "Prac
ticing Forgiveness and Gratitude."
After this Bible study the people
will come together for worship at
11:00 ft. m.
Last Sunday the auditorium was
only short of being filled with a
capacity crowd for this service.
All Baptist, and others who may
desire, are urged to be present at
this hour as the pastor preaches
on, "The Eternal Gospel"
In the evening both the young
people and adults will come fori
study and preparation for service'
through the Training Union and
the Brotherhood. Following this
period of study all will convene
at 7:30 for Gospel singing and
preaching. The pastor will preach
on the theme: "Strange As It
In addition to these Sunday study
and worship periods there will be
opportunity for prayer and praise
Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. as we
continue the study of the Parables.
Preparation for the next Sunday
services will : bring the choir to
church Friday night at 7:30 for
practice. At the Sunday evening
Gospel service the pastor will es
pecially recognize all entire fam
the gourd." . ; ' .
5 p. m. "The Harvest Field," sv
Foreign Mission Pageant and pro
gram by the Sunday schools.
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE LESSON
SERMON "Soul" will be the subject of the
Lesson-Sermon at the 11 o'clock
hour in the Assembly rooms in the
Masonic Temple, Sunday morning.
The Golden Text will be from
Psalms, 10:4: "Let all Those that
seek Thee, rejoice and be glad in
Thee; let such as love thy salva
tion say continually, let God be
ST. JOHN'S CHURCH, .
Wavnnavtlla. SiiIi 11 m
m., E. S. T.
D...1.1!. . . 1 , mil n
lau&iui, every na ana m am
day 8:00 a. m., E. S. T.
Cherokee, every 3 Sunday 8:00
ft. m., E. S. T.
Andrews, every 1st Sundsy 8:00
a. m., E. S. T.
Murphy, every 5th Sunday 7:00
ft.ro., C. S. T.
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH WAY
The Rev. W. H. Dandy, of Reids-
ville, will preach at the 11 o'clock
Sunday 'morning service at the
church on Feb. the 15th.
Lee Greene, Herman Trantham
and Milburn Trantham left Wed
nesday of last week for Newport
News, Virgfinia where they will bo
S. B. M. Ghiselin, Pastor.
11 a. m. "Thou has had pity on 1
I Afl ATRENTON.MJ.
V TEAM SCORED
ifMA M POINTS IN
VyO JUST OVER A
lSriT WITH A
PUT MUSCLE IN VtoUR MoToR.
Eyes Examined Glasses Fitted
Scientifically CONSULT At Low Cost
DR. A. C. DOWNS
Clyde, N. C. Phone 4107
Twenty years experience Over ten thousand satisfied patients
Among the young men that !
left Fines Creek Monday for Ral
eigh, where they will study weld
ing and electrical engineering, were
the following: Reeves Green, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Green,
Paul McElroy, Bill McCrary
son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
B. McCrary, Paul Rogers,
Boyd Messer, Milton Price, Char
lie Messer and Spencer Walker,
son of Mrs. and Mrs. Grady Walker.
The Fines Creek P. T, A, held its
re&rular monthly meeting Thursday
night, February 6th.
Most of the farm families of
Fines Creek that signed for elec
tricity have at last realized the
convenience of electricity. The cur
rent was turned on most of the
lines last week.
Mrs. Marving Webb and children,
of Marion, are spending a number
of weeks with relatives on Fines
Glenn Noland, who teaches at
Hazelwood, spent the week-end
with his 'parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Families who have made one
mattress under the eovernment
mattress project and have four or
more m their family may file appli
cations for a second mattress at
the county aerent's office, it wa
learned this week.
It was also pointed out that fam
ilies may still make an annlicatlon
for the first mattress, if thev have
not done so, provided their incomes
in 1940 was $600 or less. .
A deposit of $1.00 is reauired
with each mattress application.
This defrays the exnense of the
thread and needles.
The scale on which additional
mattresses may be secured is as
follows: family of four (including
husband and wife, one mattress;
family of 6, two mattresses; fam
ily of eight, three mattresses; fam
ily of 10, four mattresses. )
Rev. Jarvis Teague filled his reg
ular monthly appointment at the
Fines Creek Baptist church, Feb
Are You Looking at Insurance
This Way ? ? ?
WE GIVE OUR CLIENTS .
The SECURITY of strong company protection.
The QUALITY of a broad improved policies.
The SERVICES of a country-wide claims organization
The FACILITIES to handle all types of insurance.
There's a Great Deal of Satisfaction In Selling
Insurance of Recognized Leadership
- "The Agency of Service"
The L. N. Davis Co.
Insurance Real Estate Rentals Bonds
PHONE 77 MAIN STREET
...Til AUTOMOBILE R5
I nni - i im
Training School For
County Clubs Will Be
Held Here On The 19th
A county wide training school
will be held in the court room on
Wednesday, the 19th at ten o'clock
for the members of the 17. home
The school will be conducted by
Miss Pauline Gordon, extension
specialist in home management and
house furnishings, of Raleigh.
Bedding and its care will be the
main topic of study during the
morning. Anyone interested ia
invited to attend. ' .
ISMb 0 111)
Coram in and let us show you truck comfort
like you've never known before, CMC CradU
Coil Seats are a revelation In easy riding. CMC STEERS Uu H
BaU-Beartng Steering saves as much as 57 rptt MflT ft tXX
of the work at the wheel. Drive a CMC today. " ...
Thm Far through of own YMAC Horn at lewerf oyallobh rot '
DAVIS BROS. MOTOR CO.
PHONE 98 MAIN STREET
tUG OUT OF THE
LH RENT DISTRICTS
V ecu rnn r roe
, JJLLiLi rUlV liEiOD
Phone 88 Depots Jerry Liner, Owner Lake Junaluska, N. C.
The Waynesville Mountaineer (Waynesville, N.C.)
groups preceding, succeeding, and alternate titles together.
Feb. 13, 1941, edition 1
Click "Submit" to
request a review of this
page. NCDHC staff will check .
0 / 75
North Carolina Newspapers is powered by Open ONI. View system reports.
DigitalNC is a project of the North Carolina Digital Heritage
Center, the North Carolina Department of Natural and Cultural
Hill Libraries and our sponsors.
Background image: Grandfather Mountain,