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THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
Champion 'T' To
5 To 2 Victory
Playing in an All-Star softball
game at Hazelwood last Saturday
the Champion "Y" All Stars de
feated the W. H. L. All-Stars, 5
to 2.. ;
Lester Trantham, pitching for
Champion MY" All-Stars held the
W. H. L. All-Stars to 7 hits and
made four strike-outs. Putnam
pitched for W. H. L.
Bud Blalock led the W. H, L.
All-Stars in hitting with 2 for 4
and George Price and Steve Scar
borough tied for batting honors
for Champion "Y" with 3 for 4.
8ATUHOAY, AUGUST 2
Canton "Y", 5
Dewteaa 8b 8 1
1 lAII-8ura ab
I IWyatt If . 4
I lYount rf . 4
1 iBIalock aa 4
IC'bell lb S
1 morgan Sb t
1 IWyatt ib . I
I Putnam p S
1 IHenrv cf I
ILan e . I
1 I Robinson af S
( IMUliwr U
Fowler e .4
Price if . 4
T man cf
Allen lb . . 4
Israel If . t
MiU-hclI 2b 4
T'man p . . 4
S'borouarh as 4
Rhea rf . 4
Totals. . 40 6 It I ToUls.38 t 7
Enka Beats Tryon
In 11 Innings, 5-4
By scoring ene run in the eleven
th inning, the league leading Enka
nine won their 13th game of the
season by defeating Tryon at Try
on in an Industrial League base
ball game, 5-4.
Culler of Tryon hit a home run
in the eighth.
Enka ..;........0OO 001 030 01 6 9 3
Tryon 100 000 210 00 4 7 4
Case, Gudger and Munday; Ward,
Thompson and Arle, Capps.
Beacon Mills Wins
Over Balfour Nine
Home got four hits in five trips
to the plate and W. Martin chimed
in with a home run to help Beacon
Mills defeat Balfour Mills in a
W. N. C. Industrial League base
ball game at Balfour yesteday, 8
Stansell and C. Peek, of Bal
four, were the beBt for the losers
each with a pair of singles in four
Beacon 02O 102 2108 17 3
Balfour ..000 220 00044 1 2
Home and Q. Martin; Shytle and
Canton Nine Beats
Sayles Outfit, 5-3
Troutman led the hitting for
Canton with two hits in five trips
to the plate as Canton defeated
Sayles Bleacheries at Sayles in
an Industrial League baseball
game, 6 to 3.
Morgan, with three for five, and
Clark, with two for five, Were
tops for the losers.
Canton 5 4' 4
Sayles . ..3 10 4
Moore and S pence; Carson, Capps
and Cunningham. :
Your best store for medium
C. E. RAY'S SONS
Batting Pace In
Woody Case Is Leading
Pitcher; Hazelwood Leads
With the season more than two
thirds gone Jack Alexander, play
ing manager of.Ecusta, is hitting
his stride at the plate to lead the
W. N. C. Industrial League base
ball hitters with , an average, as
tabulated of last week, of .558, Bud
Blalock, of Hazelwood, is his near
est rival with an average of .512.
Woody Case, of Enka, continues
to dominate the pitchers with 8 vic
tories and only 2 losses. Bryant,
of Beacon, Whitaker, of Ecusta,
and Gudger, of Enka, are also close
up around the top among the
Hazelwood is still at the ton to
lead in team battinff with an av
erage of .333, while Enka is tops
in team fielding with a percent
age: of .951.
Balfour To Play
The Balfour Industrial League
nine is scheduled to meet the Ha
zelwood nine in an Industrial
League tilt here on the home field
Balfour played Beacon Mills last
Saturday and lost 8 to 4. Hazel
wood played Ecusta and lost 9 to 4.
Other games scheduled to be
played this week are:
(Enka at Beacon.
Sayles at Tryon.
Ecusta at Canton.
Game To Sayles
The Hazelwood Manufacturers
dropped a make-up game to Sayles
here Sunday. 21 to 13.
The Hazelwood batters sent 13
hits into the outfield, while Sayles
gathered in 19. Burrell, local
pitcher, led his teammates with 8
runs, while Garrison. Morton. Cun
ningham and Capps each got 3
for the visitors.
won lost pet.
lEnka 12 2 -.857
Ecusta : 9 ; 4 .692
Beacon Mills 9 4 .692
Sayles .. 8 6 .571
Champion "Y" 6 8 .428
HAZELWOOD ....... 5 10 .303
Balfour 4 10 .285
Tryon v ,...:..........3 10 .220
I'naiaisU ab r
fa ILIons ab r
Robinson af 8
Hill aa . . . 3
lrevoat 3b 8
Robinson p 8
Sincleton lb S
T'man cf , 8
T'man 2b . 8
Calhoun If . 8
Kuy'dall rf 8
Robinson c 1
1 JOueen 8b . 3 0
1 I Parkman cf I
HWeath'by u t
0 IC'bell p . 3
1 IWrtaht at 8
1-ISUnlcy rf 8
1 IDavia If . 8
1 I Crocker o 8
0 IToohey lb 8
1 iMaa.it 2b 1
Totals.. 2 8 4 i
ToUla.i 8 4
R&P No. 2, li
b IRAP No. t ab T
Iron Duff, 20
Inn Duff ab r
Smith as i t
S IDavia lb . 4 1
Miller c .8
Crawford p 4
Fenruaon 8b 6
Parker !b . 4
L'hamoen lb 4
Morrow af 4
Tat cf . 8
4tephnaoii rf 4
Caldwell If 4
t lAr'arton aa S
1 lUraham ib 8
2 : Da via 8b .8
2 I Kinney o . 3
0 Finney p 8
2 IWhit'ner cf 8
1 IT'man af 8
0 I Frailer rf 8
1 Itireen If 8
Totals. .40 20 14 I
Totala.81 11 4
J. Creek, 21
L'wood it I 1
Meaaer lb . t t
t I Rotary . . ab r
8 IWatkina eat
2 iPrevoat Sb 4 1
L'wood Sb t 1
Meaaer c .58
IBowlea aa 4 v 1
L'wood af . 8
Steph'aon aa t
Moody cf . 4
L'wood Sb . 4
Da via ..4
Howell If . 2
4 INeal rf
1 lliaaaey Ib
1 IT man af
1 !L better p
1 I-ynn lb
1 IMedford If
Totals.. t 21 1 I Totals. 8 It
Olyd ab: t
b i Tannery ab I k
Green a 8 0
0 I Lane If . . t 1
1 IWyatt lb 4 11
Greene p S
Medtord cf . 8
Hardin lb . 8
Moran 2b . 8
Justice kf S
L'wood 3b .3
Gaddia c . 3
Gaddia rf . 8
Meaaer If . 2
1 IWyatt aa 4 0 1
0 i Henry af 4 11
2 IRatcllff cf 8 1 t
ITruitt p 8 8 2
LScnunra Sb 3 1 1
1 I Burrell 2b S 1
2 IWyatt rf 8
IByrd e . 8 11
T I Tots la. 83 11 It
B Jewelers, 5
R. Jeweler ab T
Enaley lb . 3 1
h IPet ab r b
1 IDavia 2b 2
0 IWyatt a t ' 0
0 iToohey lb I 1 1
1 lYount H 8 I
T man af ,
Smith 8b .
Scrucara p .
Jonea cf .
Green a ,
Roarer rf ,
She ban ib
Bryson If ,
1 IRob'aon af 8 .
I Leopard o 3 2 2
Means If .
1 I Carver lb I I 1
0 I Hinar' ton cf 8 S O
Totala..t t 6 1 Total. t t
TUESDAY. AUGUST 5
Iron Duff. 10 J. Creek. 2
Iron Duff ab r h IJ. Creek ab
Miller c . 4 18 I L'wood rf . 3
Smith aa . a a IVmi lk
Crawford p 4 t 3 1 1. 'wood 8b I
Fervnaon ah a A 1 ll.'manil m a
Parka ib . . 4 1 1 IMeweer e . I
Morrow af a 1 Htenh'm
Chambers ib a n a lUnoriv r4 . a
Crawford cf 3 0 1 IL wood 2b t
Tate IDafra p . 3
CaJdweD rf 8 IHowell If 2
Steph'aon rf I
Total. .38 It 111 Total. tS-S I
ef ends Title
Beating Lorraine Fischer, of Nev
York, in th 100-yard free styl.
event at an American Athletn
Union meet in Oreland, Pa, Patri
cia McWhorter, of Newark, N. J.
successfully defended her A.A.U
title, setting a new pool record of
one minute four and seyen-tenths
Did you know there were six
no-hit games in the big leagues in
1915, four in '16 and five the fol
lowing season, for a total of 15
over a three-year period ?
Lefty Grove, has at last attained
the goal he had his heart set upon
he won his 300th game recently
when he beat the Cleveland In
dians, 10-6. In hia own words "It
was a lousy pitched game, the boys
with the bats won it."
Harold (Red) Grange's $50,000
libel suit against Athletic Director
Wendell S, Wilson of the Univer
sity of Illinois has been erased from
In Pearl Harbor
It hasn't been so long ago that
Gordon Hendricks learned to swing
through with a gold club on the
Not long after he got to running
low scores on the local 18-hole
course, he decided to see more of the
world, and joined the navy. In due
time he was stationed in Pearl
Harbor, and for recreation was
shooting golf balls over the course
on the mid-Pacific island.
Hendricks has improved in his
golfing, and as a member of the
Ellett, one of Uncle Sam's large
ships, he has acquired the nick
The other day he went into a
golf tournament, and when it was
over he had a 12-inch trophy and
acclaimed runner-up in the finals,
by shooting a76 against the win
won lost pet
Tannery ... ....13 2 .866
R&P No. 1 9 4 .692
Boosters ; 9 5 .642
Pet 7 7 300
UnagusU ...u 7 8 .466
Lions 6-8 .428
Clyde ........ . 6 11 .352
Reliable Jewelers .. 8 11 .214
Iron Duff .. IS S .812
Jonathan Creek .. 9 6 . .600
Rotary . 3 9 .250
R&P No. 2 .. 3 10 30
B. Blalock . ..41
W. Milner . .19
J. Fisher ,.50
E, Manus ..16
Gordon Wyatt 56
J. Scruegs u.51
Glenn Wyatt 49
L. Woodard . 4
C Weatherby . 11
R. Putnam 17 ,
F. Wyatt ; 24
Gene Wyatt 19
S. Henry c. 26
L. Woodard 8 3
R. Putnam .7 1
D. Holsenbach 2 0
Bethel Boy Scout
The installation of the Bethel
Boy Scout Troop 12, the twelfth
white troop in the Haywood dis
trict, which was to have taken place
with a special service at the Bethel
Methodist church last Sunday night
at 8 o'clock, has been postponed
until the coming Sunday.
The troop is sponsored by the
Bethel Parent Teachers' Associa
tion. The congregation of the
three Bethel churches have been
invited to attend the service, with
the pastor of the Bethel church,
the Rev. J. W. BliUfh, district
chairman William Medford, chair
man of organization B. E. Colkitt,
and vice chairman of organization
A. M. Fairbrother and otherss in
Will Be Auctioned
The property known as the D.
D. I. L. Smathers bottom land, justs
opposite the new Clyde high school,
on the highway, will be offered at
public auction on Saturday, August
16th, Mrs. John Morgan, owner
The property will be sub-divided
into desirable lots, and will be
auctioned by the Cyclone Auction
and Realty Company, of Forest
City. Free prizes and a band con
crt will be a feature of the sale.
The sale will start at 1:30 Sat
urday, August 16 th.
J. D. HYATT
court records. Attorneys for the
former Illinois football star said
he withdrew the suit after receiv
ing a telegram from Wilson retract
ing a statement made about Grange
during the recent Athletic Depart
Charlotte Book of Lancaster, PaM
set a new junior national A. A. U.
swimming record recently in win
ning the one-mile free style cham
pionship in 26 minutes 23.5 seconds.
Joe DiMaggio leads the majors
in runs batted in with 84 and
second in homers with 22.
Jr. League Wins
3 To 2 Victory
The Junior League All-Star.
, . . ,
met the Hazelwood Independents
last Saturdav in an All-Stnr anft.
last Saturday in an All-Star soft
b8U .v'S.,: Junior Leaguers
won the tilt 3 to 2
, . . .
Laffie Scrutres Ditchinir for the
to 4 hiU. Walt Wyatt pitched
for the Independents, allowing five
w v.... ... msjuch.
Hazelwood ab r
Jr. All-Sters, 3
hlJr All-SUr ab r h
Wyatt lb . 2
Wyatt p t
Bobineon lb t
O lord lb . t
Aimee aa 2
Oreen f . 2
Tman c . 2
Phillip rf 2
Sinerleton cf 2
Arrinarton ib I
0 I L'wood ss s 0 t
1 ITeaaru ib 8 0 S
0 IScruam p 2 0
0 I.Tavnes lb 8 10
1 IKnivht cf 1 0 0
1 I.Smith af t 0 1
0 lOriftin 8b t 0 1
0 ICatance e 8 0 0
IHvatt rf . 8 1 1
Uah If . 2 1 1
ToUla. .24 t i I Total."27 "7 t
Junior League Scores
Eagles 2, Termites 7.
Eagles 12, Independents 13.
Independents 5, Troop 3 0.
All Star No. 1 6, All Star No. 2 6.
All Star No. 1 3, All Star No. 2 3.
Eagles .......... .. .18
Troop 3 m...........l3
In an exhabition game Tuesday
afternoon between Fort '-. Meade
Agriculture boys, who are visiting
her airvt tha jnnlnv T , .i
local youngsters took the cams, ib
Royle & Pilkinotnn V. t
- a. va.
Boosters vs. Unagusta,
Friday. Aumj)t k
Pet vs. Royle & Pilkington No. 1.
lannery vs. Keliable Jewelers.
Monday, Augrut 11
Reliable Jewelers vs. Lions,
Iron Duff vs. Rotary.
Tuesday, August 12
Boosters vs. Clyde.
Jonathan Creek vs. JJinvU t, pnv.
ington No. 2.
Wednesday, August IS
Went On Sale the
First Of August
Hunting licenses went on sale
the first of this month, according
to G. C. Plott, county game and
fish warden, who predicts that
there will be a record breaking
sale for the year, from the growing
interest in the hunts in this sec
tion. Non-resident licenses sell for
$15.25; combination state resident
hunting and fishing license sell
for 33.10; state resident hunting
license sell for $2.10; county hunt
ing license sell for $1.10.
Last year, Mr. Plott stated that
the hunting license sales amounted
to $2300. .
County Farm Tour
Is Set For 15th
(Continued from page 1)
Time) and will go to the Claude
Francis farm in Ratcliffe Cove.
Here an outstanding Hereford bull,
Laurie Domino, will be seen by
persons making the tour. Also
other good breeding cattle and a
good demonstration in pasture im
provement with the use of lime and
phosphate and reseeding will be
seen. From here the tour will pro
ceed to Fred Mann's farm in Beav
erdam townshp. Mr. Mann has a
very good demonstration of good
farm management. Here Short
horn cattle, sheep, workstock, and
good crops will be seen.
The next stop on the tour will be
at the demonstration farm of John
H. Allen in Beaverdam township.
Home conveniences, beef cattle, and
pasture improvement will be stud
ied on this farm.
From here the tour will go to
the Osborne farm, one of the out
standing dairy (Guernsey) farms
in the South. The persons making
the tour will see the result of the
use of good bulls and proper feed
ing. , ",;
Lunch will be served by the P. T.
A. at the Bethel school building, at
a reasonable price. At the lunch
period a demonstration by the Ten
nessee Valley Authority will be
given on the curing of hay. Also
a demonstration will be shown of
water systems and bathroom equip
ment The first ston after lunch will
be at Frank Sorrell's farm. Mr.
Sorrells has a good demonstration
in pasture improvement and truck
From here the tour will nroceed
ta T. L. Gwyn's farm in East Fork
township. Here the group will
see a good demonstration on barns
and barn lots.
The next stop will be at the farm
of Joe Rose at Balsam. Some very
Outstanding Aberdeen-Angus cat
tle will be seen at ths farm, also
two carloads of fat cattle. Also
" wl" De lce-cola
v vu: av a.1 ;n i i
watermelons ior everyone on the
tour Everyone ig t0 g
I ., ... . 6
tne tour ana get their nil of wa
Prizes will be awarded at this
I win uc awuruea ai mis
otm t ti, ..,u. i
largest numDer ol persons on the
tour. A silver loving cup will be
awarded to the 4-H club havinir the
largest number ol memhon nn tv.-
X II.. . .. .
iuur. Aiso, a Sliver lovino- run
will be awarded to th H" p a
chapter having the largest num-
oer oi memtters on the tour at this
stop. . ' . .
The safety of the persons making
the tour will be in the hands of
corporal E. W. Jones, of the State
There will be official cars for
the following organizations: Town
officials of Waynesville, Clyde, Ha
zelwood, and Canton; the Lions
Club of Waynesville; the Lions
Club of Canton; Civitan Club of
Canton r Rotary Club of Waynes
ville; Boosters Club 'of Hazel
wood; Waynesville Chamber of
Commerce; the AAA officers;
officers of the Haywood Counl
ty Mutual Soil
and Land Use Association; officials
C "j-wooa tjounty Livestock
nay wood county commis
sioners; the Haywood county board
or education; Pu.. t.,.
Granpe; Haywood Milk Producers
UtXi a AS80C,ton; the Min
isterial Association. ..J .1.. 1
tional Defenge Council of Haywood !
ionOpe - Burnetf Rm,v.
I . -iinni
Set For Sunday, Angost 10
The annual Shope-Burnett r.
nnion wiU be held Sunday Aa
in Buncombe County cuurcn
canitai nf v:.rr".ujc clSr
ion of the city i, iined "JZ?
shops and cigar factorie Ti
1 ROO oon n.t. . ne M over
lr&W,000 Havana cigars are nude
A great advnnn
Last rites were held on Monday
morning at 11 o'clock in Bethel
for Wade Burnett, whose death oc
curred at 7:45 p. m., in Detroit,
Mich., from injuries received when
accidentaly shot. Rev. Oder Bur
nett and the Rev. Thos. Erwin of
ficiated. Burial was in the Bethel
Pallbearers were: Raymond
Duckett, Walker Brown, Glenn Par
ris, James Singleton, Earl Thomp
son, and Scott Burnett, Nieces and
friends were in charge of the flow
Mr. Burnett was bora in Canton,
route 2, on Oct. 15, 1913. He was
married to Miss Beatrice White, of
Union, S. C, on June 25, 1932.
Surviving are his wife, two chil
dren, Clifford and Martha, father,
J. B. Burnett, and seven brothers,
Edgar, Carl, Thomas, and Wil
son, all of Canton, Harley, Van,
and Roland, of Detroit; four sis
ters, Mrs. Verna Huskey, Mrs.
Mollie Long, Mrs. Mae Hughes,
of Canton, and Mrs. Arvella Cam
erer, of Montreal, Canada. -
James Mehaffey, 4-month-old
son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Me
haffey, of Allen's Creek, passed
away .last Thursday, following a
short illness. Funeral services
were held at 2:30 Friday at '"Allen's
Creek, with Dave Wiggins in
Pallbearers were Homer Norman,
Ed Crawford and Sam Mehaffey.
JAMES M. DOTSON
Funeral services were held at
2:30 on Saturday afternoon at the
Beaulah Baptist church in West
Canton for James M. Dotson, 76,
who died at his home in the Phil
lipsville section of Canton at 11
o'clock Friday morning.
The Rev. Mr. Raby, the Rev. Fate
McCracken and the Rev. Forrest
Ferguson officiated, Burial was in
the family plot in the Iron Duff
section of the County. The body
lay in state from 1 to 2:30 o'clock
Saturday afternoon prior to the
Survving are the widow and the
following children: Mrs. J. (E.
Chambers, of Clyde; Mrs. J. W.
Hipps, of Canton; Homer Dotson
and Mrs. Roy Palmer, of Clyde;
Kaywood, Charlie and Horace Dot
son, all of the Iron Duff section.
Showing also at $2.95
various types of oxfords
suitable for school and
all general use.
Our showing includes low
heel oxfords with mocca
sim toe. Also the official
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For Boys Also
AN OUTSTANDING GROUP OF SCHOOL
-Shoes $1.49 up Oxfords $1
O.,. BUY. YOUR SHOES
OUCC BUY THEM AT RArM
C E. CATS SOf
For Mrs. (ll
this section, n. ..I
ork of the Mel
which she .. .Tl
years. She WM
her charities, her Z.
her deep affectionfo
. A large number d'
friends from out of to
the funeral service.
ham; f our daughteii i
Frances, and R0Ml
ville; one brother V
IT 'O i. i
w. o. -ommis8ioner
sisters. fro i? t .
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nesville Mro ta .
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-umiBon Lity, Tenn
Clinic In Co
' ffmH... I
1; number advised to I
turn examined, 6.
The results of tl J
in the Canton area el
persons and 3 colortJ
new positive cases, 1,1
advanced 1; childhood!
tive 13; latent 13; prevl
nosed 8, (7 white injl
probable 1; doubtful? I
(65 white and 2 colon!
advised to take hoitJ
5; number advised X r
ber advised to have j
The examinations a
Dr. W. M. Peck, ofthf
rium,- and consisted o!
observace of the chest
sical examination whe
Dr. Peck will swu
weeks in the other wti
district health depsrtmi
Haywood county is i pi
Swaggtr nw vl
able valuta! BROW!
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