THURSDAY, AUCUST,, THE WAYNESVIIXE MOUNTAINEER Page 8 1 WsKslm ?uillOfife)DDi(! 1 About Fifty Boys Expected To Be On Hand For Work Hard Schedule On Foot For Weatherby Men; Many Men Lost By Graduation. The thud of the pigskin will be heard once more Monday evening, August 25, as the first football prac tice of the Mountaineers gets under way. , Coach Weatherby was optimistic yesterday in that he expected about 60 candidates to report forwork outs and said practice would start promptly at 3:00. ' ' There will be keen rivalry among the boys this season as they fight to fill the gaps left by some of the star players of the '40 eleven due to graduation. According to the schedule releas ed yesterday by Coach Weatherby, the boys have some pretty tough games in line for them but under the capable direction they should make a very good showing for themselves. The boys are scheduled to play six Blue Ridge Conference games in connection with the schedule which is as follows: Sept. 19 Bryson High at Way nesville (Night game). 'Seot. 26 Andrews at Andrews. Oct. 3 Marion High at Way- nenville (Nieht game). Oct. 10 Sylva at Waynesville fKiirht eamei. Oct. 17 Canton at Canton (night game). Oct. 24 Hendersonville at Way. iienville (Nieht game). Oct. 31 Christ School at Christ School. Nov. 7 Mars Hill at Waynes ville (Pending). Nov. 11 Brevard at Brevard. Nov. 21 Canton at Waynesville, Belmont Loses To Hazelwood, 5-10 The Hazelwood nine met the Bel mont nine from Beimoni, xm. w last Sunday on the home field and defeated them 5 to 10. The Bel mont nine was taking the place of the Rex Mills who were origi nally slated to meet Hazelwood. The Hazelwooa nine easily won the game, starting witn a large lead and easily keeping it all through the game. Although Bel mont used four pitchers' to try to stem the flood of tallies they found it useless. Moore uitching for Hazelwood allowed the Belmont boys only eight hits while the Belmont pitchers gave up eighteen. Blalock led the Jiazeiwooa nine hittinfir honors with four out of five and was also the only one to hit a circuit. Broom iea tne Belmont boys with two out of three All-Star Games To Be Played Tonight In Canton at 8:00 The Waynesville All-Star team vs. the Enka All-Star team tourna ment tilt which was scheduled for last Tuesday night will be played tonight in Canton, starting at eight o'clock. On the same card will be the Champion "Y" defending cham rions vs. the AG Stores. These two games are part of the Softball tournament which is to decide the championship of the western district. Finals are slated to be held Friday and Saturday re spectively. The tourney winners will represent this district in the Btate tournament at Raleigh. Old Men, 11 Old Men Mnwr . Boyd p ... Howell lb . bbelton 8b . Rueaell 2b Rirbeson If L'wood it Wert cf . . Greer M . Haynes f . tries. . Score: Belmont: Player Pos AB R H Phillips cf 4 11 H. G. Burrell ss 4 1 1 Broom . 3b 3 1 2 Bradford 2b 2 1 0 Jones c 4 1 1 G. C. Burrell p 4 0 1 H. Perkins If 4 0 1 Stroupe rf 4 0 1 Day lb 1 0 0 Horton p 0 0 0 P. Perkins p 2 0 0 Totals 32 5 8 Hazelwood: Player Pos AB R H Scruggs 3b 3 1 1 Milner If 5 2 3 Fisher 2b 5 2 3 Blalock ss 5 1 4 Knight lb 4 0 1 Glen Wyatt rf 6 1 1 Gordon Wyatt c 5 12 Henry cf 3 1 2 Furman Wyatt cf 2 0 1 Moore p 3 1.0 Totals 40 10 18 Score by innings: R H . Belmont . ....000 300 0205 8 Hazelwood ..300 204 lOx 10 18 Softball Standings Hazelwood Nine To Play At Tryon The Hazelwood nine of the In dustrial League is scheduled to play Tryon this Saturday on the Tryon field. Tryon lost 5 to 3 in her game last Saturday with Say lea Bleach ery and Hazelwood won an easy victory over Balfour by winning 7 to 2. Other games scheduled for this week-end are: Beacon at' Ecusta. Sayles at Balfour. Canton at Enka. Major Leagne .-.'V;-'', , - won lost pet Tannery .. 14 2 .875 R&P No. 1 10 5 .666 Boosters . ................. 9 6 .600 Pet . 8 7 .633 Unagusta . 8 8 .500 Lions .. 7 9 .437 Clyde . 6 11 .352 Reliable Jewlers 3 13 .187 Minor League Iron Duff ...13 4 .764 Jonathan Creek 10 7 .688 Rotary . 6 9 .400 R&P No.2 3 12 .200 Softball Results WEDNE80AY, AUGUST f Girls, 20 h lOlrU b I IKnUrht e . t 0 IH llock Sb 4 1 iLewi lb 8 1 Istshl lb . 4 1 IWelch m . 4 $ McKorie p 1 Roes If . S iPlott sf . t IB'weU rf 0 IBurrell cf Total.. 8 11 Hi totals. 80 WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 6 Rotary, Rotary Watkuis 0 Lmn lb , . McBrid cf . Maui 2b . 0T M ... Bowie ft . L 'better p Meal 8b ' ... Haruuiett rf Medlord sf 19 sb Total!. . 1 THURSDAY, Unagusta, 14 J. Creek, 11 h U. Creek b r 1 IL'wood rf 6 lliemr lb 6 f IL'wood 8b 4 I IL'wood sf 4 t IMesaer e . 4 1 Woody cf 4 1 IStepb'son h 1 0 IL'wood lb 4 1 IDsris If . 4 : 1 IHowcll P 4 lb I Total!. 40 11 11 IfeaffUlta Hill M . . . T'man if . Prevoet 8b Robinson p T'man cf . Bmilb lb . Calhoun If Hineleton lb 4 Kuy'dall rt I Robinson c 4 Total!.. 84 14 THURSDAY, R&P No. 2, 1 KIlV No. 1 b Green c . . 8 Gtlliand lb 8 Arriwrton sa 8 Dvt b . 8 Dart! lb . 8 Finney f . Finney cf. 1 Green If . 2 Wbitener rf t T'man p AUGUST 7 . Boosters, 4 b IBooaterb: ab 0 ; Moore sa 1 S iWoodard If 1 1 IWriicht rf . 8 1 lllanu! c , 8 1 ! Wyatt 8b . 8 1 I Moo re af 8 1 IHoyle 2b . 8 I IRotrers 6th 0 IHarris cf . 2 t IWoodard lb 1 Phillip p 2 13 I . Totals. 25 AUGUST 7 Rotary. 12 England-Walton Athletic Group , Sponsor Nursery ti' rvimmunitv Nursery school which is now located in the Hazel wood school building has added kw sponsor to the list already interested in the work of the group. The Athletic Association of the England-Walton Company has re cently pledged its support to the project. ; . Other sponsoring organizations of the nursery school include tne Woman's Auxiliary of the Waynes ville Presbyterian church, the wo man's society of Christian bervice of the Methodist church, of Way nesville, the Woman's Missionary Society of the Baptist churcn, ana the local Red Cross chapter. The school now maintains a high average attendance of pupils. Miss Sue Willard Lindsley, Mrs. Henry Fnv anrl Mrs. S. H. Bushnell are in charge of the nursery. 4 7 r 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 R&P No. 1, 8 RAP No. 1 ab Scrmnrs sf Collins 0 . Milner If . Putnam p . Monran n Biaukoff 8b Sinirleton lb Kuy'daU cf Gaddi! 2b Frady rf b I Rotary ab 1 ! Medlord p 4 0 IH'mett lb 8 0 iMaaai 2b 4 1 I Prevoet 8b 4 0 Mr Bride if 4 0 IBowlea sf 8 I) Hly as . . 2 IL'wood c 2 0 lAnael cf . 8 1 I Lynn rf . 8 Totals.. 2 1 I Totals. 82 12 10 WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 6 Lions, 4 r h ILioni sb I 1 Vvieen 8b . 1 II I Stanley rf 4 1 1 IWeath'by ss 2 2 IC'bell p . 8 0 1 IParkman cf 3 1 OlMaasie 2b 8 1 1 IHyatt sf . 1 1 MDavia'lf . 8 0 0 IToohey 0 . t 0 0 I Wyatt lb . 8 Totals.. 27 8 8 1 9 Pet, Pet Davis 0 . . ScruKK! ss . Toohey lb . Yount rf , Robinson if 8eae If . . Wyatt 2b . Phillip cf Mull 8b . . L wood p Totals. 28 FRIDAY, AUGUST 6 . R&P No. 1, b IRAP No. 1 ab 4 It IScnKCK: f 0 ICollin c ' 8 I Milner It . 1 IPutman p 1 lUaddis 2b 8 I Fisher ss - 1 Kuy'dall rf 0 ISing'ton lb 2 1 Graly cf 2 0 iRob'son 8b 2 Balfour Loses To Hazelwood, 7 to 2 ti Hnrolwood nine playing on the home field won in an Industrial League baseball game witn cai tnnr nt Saturdav 7 to 2. ' Gene Wyatt led the Hazelwood nine in hitting honors with three out of four tries. B. Crisp led in hitting honors for Balfour with three out of four. The game was played fairly evenly until the sev enty inning when Hazelwood broke loose and scored six oi ner cou Softball Schedule Total!. .87 FRIDAY, Tannery, 16 Tannery Byrd c . Wyatt lb . Wyatt 2 b . Burrell 6th Blulock sa Ratclilf cf Henry af . Truitt p . Senium 8b Richeaon if Wyatt rf . 11 Total!. 24 AUGUST 8 R. Jewelers, 2 h iR. Jeweleri ab r 1 IKnley lb 8 0 IT'man 8b 8 ITmltt 2b IHcruiwi p 4 lUreene a 1 IJones it 0 i Byrd c . 2 IRodxers If 8 IKvuii rf 2 I Medlord cf 01 2 8 I; Totals.. 40 18 161 Totals. 25 MONDAY, AUGUST 11 2 7 Hazelwood Independents Are Junior League Champs The Hazelwood Independents managed by "Pig" Troutman, have won a total of thirty games and lost only three to win the Junior League championship. The Eagles are second with a total of 18 won and 16 lost The Termites are third with a total of 14 won and 19 lost.- Troop 3 is fourth with a tntnl nf 13 wnn And 19 lrRt ' Small trophies are to be awarder them at the close of the major and minor softball league season. The playoff for the majors will begin around August 26th. Thureday, August 14 Jonathan Creek vs. Rotary. Unagusta vs. Pet. Friday, Augutt IS Reliable Jewelers vs. Boosters. Tannery vs. Royle & Pilkington No.. 1. Monday, August 18 Iron Duff vs. Royle & Pilking ton No. 2. Pet vs. Clyde. Tuesday, August 19 Iron Duff vs. Jonathan Creek, Royle & Pilkington No. 1 vs. Lions. ' Iron Duff, 11 Iron Duff ab r Miller c . 4 Smith is . 4 Crawford D 4 Fenruaon 8 b 4 Parka 2b . . 4 Chambers lb 8 Morrow l . 8 Caldwell rf 8 Tata cf .. 8 Stephenion If t BASEBALL McCormick Field, Asheville Aug. 15-16-17-18 Asheville vs. ". ... ' Norfolk Aug. 19-20-21-22 Asheville " . ' .vs.' . Charlotte Double headers will be play ed on the 19th and 20th. First frames to start 6:30 P. M. Special Nite August 21 Lions, 16 v Lioni ab Queen 8b . . 8 Stanley rf 4 Weath'by M 4 Campbell c-p 4 Musicians From Lake Provide Rotary Program Four members of the Lake Juna luska music department gave ) musical program for, the Rotary club here last Friday, at which there were 28 visitaors from states.: .." The visiting artists were intro duced by Charles Ray, chairman of the program committee. They were: Thomas Edwards, tenor, of Monmouth College, Monmouth, 111.; Miss Gwyn Holler, pianist, Greensboro; Miss Ella Fay Wood son, piano, Salisbury; and Miss Helen Owenby, soprano, Greens boro. Rotary, 14 h I Rotary ab T h 1 IWatkin! C 4 1 1 0 IH'mett cf 4 8 1 1 ILynn lb .4 4 2 I Medlord H 4 8 1 1 I Prevoet 8b 4 S i 1 IMaaaie lb 4 I t SIGav aa .. 4 O S 0 I Bowles sf 8 0 0 2 iNeal rt . t 2 1 1 IL'better p 8 0 11 12 1 Totals. 86 14 14 Death Claims Devere Medf ord, Prominent Mason (Continued from page 1) death wss due to a sudden heart attack and he was ill for only a few hours. ! At the time of his death he was a member of the Clyde Baptist church, a member of the board of directors of the Clyde Buildine and Loan Association,' of which he was .the first secretary Surviving are the widow, the former Miss Helen Riel, of New York city; -three sons, D. K. Jr., Millard, and David, of Clyde; one daughter, Virginia; one brother, Devoe; four sisters, Mrs. J. L Waldin, of Charlotte; Mrs. G. J Burney, of Charlotte; Mrs. Felix O. Bell, of Burlington, and Mrs, John R. Williams, of Atlanta ; and his mother, Mrs. Luxie Medf ord, of Clyde. His father was the late Dr, Sam M. Medford. Mr. Medf ord was an active mem ber of the Masonic fraternity in Waynesville and As,heville. v At the time of his death he was serving as senior warden of Ashe ville Lodge of Perfection, Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite. He de voted much time to Scottish Rite Freemasonry in Asheville. He was the degree team leader who con ferred the 5th degree, the 23rd de gree, the 30th degree, and worked in the 32nd degree at 11 the re unions held in Asheville. He was honored by Scottish Rite bodies with the rank of Knight Command er, Court of Honor. : His activities Were not confined to Scottish Rite alone. He was Emi nent Commander of Waynesville Commandery, Knights Templar. He was deputy grand master of the 31st Masonic district in the Grand Lodge of North Carolina for six years. He was also grand master of the Third Veil of the Grand Royal Arch Masonic chapter of North Carolina. He was gifted with an unusual memory for Masonic ritual. He tallies. Score: Balfour: Player Pos AB R H L. Allen 2b 5 1 . 2 C. Stansill c ' 2 0 0 B. Peek lb 5 0 0 B. Crisp If 4 0 3 C. Peek ss 5 0 0 C.Erwin rf 3 0 0 R. Tillotson cf 4 0 1 E. Shytle 3b 1 3 12 J.Parker p 4 0 0 I Total 35 2 8 Hazelwood: Player J. Scruggs W. Milner C. Fisher T. Blalock C. Weatherby Glen Wyatt Gordon Wyatt S.Henry Gene Wyatt Pos 3b If 2b ss lb rf c cf AB 4 2 4 3 4 4 4 2 i 2 R 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 2 1 H Wade Hill Elected Head Postmasters Of 11th District Wade Hill, postmaster of Can ton, was elected chairman of tne 11th district of postmasters at tne neeting which was held here on Saturday evening at the Methodist church. He succeeds E. K. Yel- ton, of Spindale, as head of the group. Mrs. Annie Lou bcott .postmis- tress of Sanford andbl the state group, m pal talk of the evenh,. introduced by E .1 come to the visitor, ness session and J. g, fiW IT! Vl a vera . L - ' H 6V v me progrm ' btill, if it weren't for (, uw wuuiu anyoody know coueges were open for U Ready AtRAYSJ With Shoes For Fall and Scho Totals Score by Balfour .. Hazelwood . 29 7 innings R H . 000 010 0012 8 000 010 60x 7 9 Totals.. 84 MONDAY, AUGUST 11 Maui 2b Parkman cf Daria If .. Hyatt sf .. Wyatt lb . Toohey p-c Totals. .87 It R. Jewelers, 14 h IR Jeveler ab r h 8 lEmley lb 8 2 2 0 IT'man a ' 8 t 1 ISmith 2b . 4 8 2 IScrusxi P 4 1 0 IByrd 0.4 1 0 iHheehan 2b 4 1 2 iTeaaTie 2b 4 2 2 iBvana cf .8 1 1 iBryeon It 4 0 2 iRoKers rf . 4 O . IJones sf 2 2 IS I Totals. 87 14 12 Extra Large Crowd Expected To Make Fann Tour Friday . (Continued from page It Cove. Here will be seen an out standing Hereford bull, Laurie Domino, other good breeding cattle, a good demonstrauon in pasture improvement with the use of lime and phosphate and reseeding. The next stop will be at the Fred Mann farm in Beaverdam town ship. Here may be seen an illus stration of good farm management, Shorthorn cattle, sheep, work- stock, and good crops. The farm of John Allen in Bea verdam township with home con veniences, fine beef cattle and pasture improvements will be the next stop. From here the tour will go to the Osborne farm, one of outstand ing dairy (Guernsey) farms in the South. Here may be observed the results of the use of good bulls and proper feeding. The party will then stop for lunch and demonstrations, at the Bethel Bchool, where the members of the P. T. A. will serve lunch at a reasonable price. Other stops will be made at the Frank Sorrells farm and Spring- dale farm on East Fork owned by T. L. Gwyn, a part of the original Knrincrrln la Parmo nnm nnmsil tv il. l.. i t li , "J w.c wiuy man in iNorcn A,aro- the Springdale school. I The last stop will be made at the farm of Joe Rose at Balsam. Here very fine Aberdeen-Angus cattle will be seen and two car loads of fat cattle. Here ice-cold watermelon will be served to all those taking the tour. At the close of the tour a num ber of prizes will be awarded in cluding two silver loving cups, one to 4-H club having largest num ber on tour and the other" to" the FF A chapter having largest attendance. Corporal E. W. Jones, of the State Highway Patrol, will be in charge of routing the group. Let Us Show You School Shoes And Shoes For the Family MAN LOOKS AS CM O t D AS HIS ...TiatsWiy Smart Men Cioose Peter Shoe! lina who could confer any degree in any branch of Masonry at any time. His work was alwavs Tjerfect in diction and delivery. His worth was recognized by the many Ma sonic honors conferred upon him during his lifetime. TUESDAY, AUGUST 12 Girls, 7 Girls Knia-ht c . Stahl lb . . Plott sf .. Welch ss . . Robinaon If McRorie p . Blarkwell rf Milner 8b Shehap 2b . Wyatt cf Old b lOld 0 lOreer lb 0 I Wert rf . . 2 iRuaaeU 2b 1 I Howell p 1 IPlott cf . 1 Reeve o 0 IBurrell as 1 IShelton It 1 I Bin-' ton if 0 I Finney Sb Men, 4 lien ab r Totals.. 2 7 7 1 Totals. 22 S TUESDAY, AUGUST 11 J. Creek, 20 J Creek ab L'wood rt . 4 Stereneon ss 8 Crabtree Methodist 1 Cemetery To Be Cleaned On Friday, August the 22nd, the members of the Crabtree Methodist church and all others who have friends buried there, will meet and clean the cemetery. Saturday fol lowing will be observed as dec oration day. At 11 a. m. D. S. time a sermon appropriate to the occa sion will be delievered by Rev. J. G. Huggin, Jr of Waynesville. The afternoon hour will be given to singing and brief talks by vol untary speakers. Everybody is welcome. WM. H. NEECE. Mesaer lb L'wood 8b L'wood t . Measer c . L'wood 2b , Davia p .. Howell cf . Morrow H R&P No. 2, 12 h lRAP No. 2 ab r b 1 I Davia c . t I Finney p 4 1 IT'man f . 4 0 lOilliland lb 4 2 lAr'ton as t 1 I Devi, rf . 4 0 I Graham 2b 8 1 I Pinner 8b 4 2 IFraiter If 2 1 IWhitner cf 8 Total.. S 20 111 Totals. 15 12 7 Industrial League Standings won lost pet Enka 12 2 .867 Beacon Mills .... 9 4 .692 Ecusta . . ...9 5 .642 Sayles .. ...:........,...9 6 .600 Champion "Yn 7 8 .466 Haselwood .. ...6 10 .375 Quilt And Rug Show Will Be Held Wednesday, 20th (Continued froa page 1) rug, floral design $1.00 Class 6 Best hooked rug, con ventional design i..i....;.....S1.00 Class 7Best hooked yarn rug $1.00 Class 8 Best hooked silk rug Class i Best large rug over 36 inches . ........... .....;...$1.00 Class 10 Best small hooked rug under 36 inches ...... i..$ .50 Class 11 Best hooked chair seat i ...... .;.....$1.00 SPREADS Class 12 Best knitted new spread .....................:.;.$1.00 Class 13 Best new crocheted spread $1,00 Class 14 Best tufted spread $1.00 Class 18 Best new modern woven spread ..... Si nn Class 16 Best old woven spread .. . $1.00 Class 17 Best embroidered spread t. .. ; .... ti .no Class 18 Best afehan .... , Si nn TABLE CLOTHS Class 19 'Best crocheted table cloth . ...........,........ $1.00 Class 20 Best cut work cloth $1.00 ' OTHER CRAFTS Class 21 Best piece of needle Pint - .-.I......... $1.00 Class 22 Best display of hand weaving .. .... ......$i.oo Class- 23 Best collection of carved animals $1.00 Class 24 Best PfilWt inn Crabtree-Iron Duflf PTA Will Meet Thursday 21st The Parent-Teacher Association of Crabtree-Iron Duff high, school will hold the first meeting of the fall term in the auditorium on i uesoay night, August 2 1st, at 8:30. AH patrons are urged to attend, as matters concerning the work will be discussed and an in teresting speaker has been secured ior tne occasion. The meetings will be held throughout the school term on the third Thursday of each month. ; Champion "Y" Shuts Out Ecusta, Score: Ecusta .. Champion Jackson, Whitaker Moore and Spence. 000 000 0000 401 000 OOx 5 and Riddle; Sayles Nine Wins quilts exhibited by any home demonstration club in the Score: I Sayles : ...000 300 100 5 10 Tryon .100 OOO innu k I Capps and CnnnWlian,. -ar-j . ond keep Choon They'll corry yoo for , their mart appearanc. yovn from a wide selection of the newer, finer pattens ...ho ill and width that will fit yo perfectly. Peters Oxfords $2.69 up -Boys' School Oxfords $1.98 AND A NICE GROUP OF SHOES TO SHOH ,Tkere's a Diamond tm M WORK SHOE FOR EVERY JOB! No miner what your plscs la Induttry ... there's Peter Work Shoe that fit both your feet and your job... st a price you can afford to pay. Jill SIZES ' AH 1 J Shoitlit (in both,. fVU' Vn Peter's - Other Work etas.--. Work Shoes-? Shoes- Outstanding van ATS SON) Balfour 4 H .266 Tryon 3 11 .214 county. . i.uu i una Arie, Kob Capps,

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