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LnAY, DECEMBER 11. 1941
fc ctmams In Park Have
Q Stocked With Many Trout
lUllV to a close u the
"fl total of 208,690 fish
!!, the period Decern-
a total of
2, when planted. Of
unte .,er,er brook
yjj x n v
lianDeri ' - --nnJg. the
iKh,nB trout All
nu'f " nhn trout All
h-h were reared in either
Mshe.. rvwlea Cove, or
Spools, and the remam-
w in sice from 3 to
r . ..., itributed in the
P;Creek, Hazel Creek
rwk Deep 'r
rv. ' -otiloochee Creek,
in the North Caro-
:8 u . .v ar1r ATln in
man, an increase 22 per cent over
the previous year, which repre
sents the greatest increase in take
for ftnV Stream in tile narlr trvr nr
single years. The census on Abrams
creek showed that the catch was
sightly greater than during the
previous season; Very few large
fish were stocked in this stream
between the two seasons though
many legal size fish were placed in
the feeder streams.
It is planned to continue these
creel census in order that an accu
rate picture can be obtained on the
natural production and the amount
and type of stocking that is needed
to maintain the fishing. Barring
unusual occurrences such as exces
sive droughts and floods which de
stroy the food and fish, good fish
ing can be maintained throughout
the waters in the park.
It has been the practice to open
I Tree m ws - - r-
Ct n of the park, and in -the larger streams each year and
l1 . . flii. nlmAii Pivpt I RAma rtf ta smaller fines Tn Vi ia
t. Tittle rJKeon iuyw
L wdWft Prongs), Little
and Mid"e rr""B T'
Abrams Creek in the
JT section of the park.
' Uees and trucks were used
the immediate supervision of
ildlife Technician. No plant
M done during the months
july, and August The
e season was exceedingly
Jul, less than 60 fingerlings
lost in tmnsit. The fish
transported from the rearing
in iO-gttllon miiK cans nu
lion drums. ' -:
e 1938 census of the trout
in'an's creels have been taken
veral streams in the park,
.nrollees have been stationed
t streams under observation
the fishing season, and every
man was contacted for in
ition oh his catch. The date
ied in this manner has been
in planting the fish manage
program for the park,
the North Carolina section of
ark, Cataloochee Creek and
ey Fork were covered during
ut season. The census on a
n of Cataloochee Creek shows
aii average of 3.86 fish per
man were caught an increase
per cent over the previous
n. This fall many more fish
been planted there than were
it, ao that the next season
d prove even more success
ban the last. Bradley Fork
feed excellent fishing during
tirst part of the season, but
i the first week of July there
flood there, after which vir
no fish were caught. The
undoubtedly destroyed many
the Tennessee section of the
for the fourth consecutive
m creel census was taken on
ition of Little River. The aver
Jcatch was 6.37 fish per fisher-
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER :V : - - - '; ' -
ni 'v r r 1 nil I
ISiue Kiage umierence i,naiiipiuiis
' '. ' ' m.iwW- -.vwj '"., ,
Band Will Give
First Concert In
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some of the smaller ones. In this
way no water is bad. By stock
ing the smaller streams, which do
not retain their fish like the larg
er one. and allowing them to re
main closed for a year or so, it
has been possible to keep a fish
Donulation in them. Manv of the
smaller streams carry the native
brook trout which are more suscep
tible to lures, 'so that at the end
of a fishing season the remnant
left is very small. In the large
streams there is usually a fair
sized number of fish remaining
after the season.
On 90 miles of fishinff streams
where creel census were taken, 2,129
fishermen caught 11,371 fish in the
season of 1941, It is estimated
that approximately 20.000 fisher
men spent one day on the streams
of the park, their catch averaging
4 fish per fisherman.
Pishing is the only form of
harvest that is permitted in the
National Parks. It may be con
sidered a special privilege. The co
operation of the fishermen has been
excellent, so that it has been pos
sible to build and maintain a better
i,. w.vrw-Tille . - Hicrh School
Band will opn its. winter series
t nnMrt with a Christmas con
cert in the high school auditorium
on Thursday, the lHtn, at a:i.
The bund has had a busy season,
making 27 public appearances in
the 1 4 weeks since ; nchooi openea .
last September. "During this, pe
riod they have made two trips out
of town and have entertained two
out of town bands ' here. t 1
The band has been rehearsing
for thi concert which will include
nntrintic selections: oonular tones.
marches, and overtures, : since the
closing of the football season.
Of more 'than 100 appearances'
of the band since it organisation,
this .will be only the lourtli to
which . there has bwn an admis
sion charged. ' '
1 . - j V of theif 1941 schedule, woring 2 poinU to opponenU 67. t tfcat Ib'ert .will lie
WAYVFSVTT T17 MDTTKTAtNEERS Won eight and lost two games Ol their "--.- ..I.I. nnnnnent. O. I A ..JiJ Airn.
This picture includes both varsity and reserve team. .The latter: --oflr 2T.IS4!?M,t. Inman, McRorie, Caldwell, Henry, Wyatt; secondLjves his assurance thaj; there.wfll,
Reading left to right. Mrst row: K. acrugK, v.. - . pie Anders! third row: Gibson, Medford, H. e-vana, k aW interesting program. Tick-
row: Compton, Harris, Fisher. Davis, J. Jayi nes, -wrm """"rf 'urth row- Manager Teague, E. Arrington, Sherrill, Messer, oiDson, ets wfl, 0A tah Friday, and, as
Crawford, Crocker, Rogers, Knight, Hoyle Jaynes. Robinson, Frazier, Phillips, Hoyle, Collins, has Wli the custom the past,
Hendnx, B. .Mcuure, Nicnois, carver; .mm. iuw. v.., - -- ;iptul.p wa8 made for eaeh ticket bought in, advance
Troutman, Coaches Ratcliff and Weatherby. Jackson was absent when pictuie was made. nT,nthrr ticket will. be. given free.
To Meet Clyde
The Waynesville high school
caeers are scheduled to clash with
Milner Rated High
As Foothall Star
Bill Milner, local gridiron star,
is still rapidly climbing to the
pinnacle of football success.
Bill, who is a sophomore at tne
'c " Dili, wno is " buj"""""
the Clyde high school basketball university of South Carolina, was
.i T.. ,!.,.. nirrht in U .. i f (ko All.
tuimi novt TnpRdav mint in a
double billing which is to be played
on the Clyde hardwood.
Coach Weatherby reports that
although his teams have not had
time to pvatice that they are ready
to take on the powerful Clyde
Clyde has had several engage
ments this season and have been
playing their usual fine brand of
The local team is expected to
meet quite a lot of opposition from
the Clyde team.
recently chosen as one of the All-
Star Sophomore. BUI nas uone
very good job of filling the posi
tion of guard.
Wo have been hearing little
things about Bill all alonit and this
only bears out our firm belief that
he will soon become one oi ue
best players that Coach Weather-
by has ever turned oiii.
Bill is a former captin of the
A. C. LAWRENCE
Bowling results December 9th
Cut Sole No.
Out Side ......
Cut Sole No.
B & O
Hifi-h single. Ed Swaynsrim 121
High 3rd string, Ed Swayngjm
MRS. TINIE INMAN
Funeral services were held on
Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock
nt the Friendlv House Chapel in
the Sunburst section of the county
for Mrs. Tinie Inman, 67, who died
at her home in Canton, route Z, at
12:16 p. m. Wednesday. The Kev.
Utarmin- Mann officiated. Burial
in the Inman cemetery.
Mm. Inman is a native of this
county and the widow of the late
Surviving are three sons, Sam,
ir.nlr anA Hoorirp Inman. all of
he Sunburst section: two daugh
ters, Miss Julia Inman and Miss
Maggie Ininan, also of sunburst.
Local Man Goes
Duck and Goose
Hunting In East
Woliv Stovall. alone with T. N.
Massie, Phil Stovall, and Ray
three of Sylva,
rt' vv ij i - -
v.ouq rotiimed from Currituck
where they spent three days last
week duck and goose numm.
Thev cameome with 46 birds.
m Stovall has an aluminum
band that was taken from one of
legs of a duck that interests him
It hears the "Inscrip
tion "He Cares for Me," I Peter
5.7Write Jack Minor, Kings
Canada. He is
planning to comply with the re
Kill IS u luiuicr v jiii.ui..r ' ----. ,
Wavnesville Mountaineers and was quest and write the man who placed
J . r J .L-.i I KSrH'a loir.
a well liked Star, ne pmytru uui-ine wu, uh
standing football for four years
under Coach Weatherby.
Tf he keens climbitf at the rat
he has started, he will soon be one
of the top ranking football stars
in the country.
Keep your eyes of him wiks, ne s
ADMINISTRATOR'S- NOTICK TO
of the esUte of J. W. Rogers, de-
Tho R,vcr.lnm home demonBtra'
tion club met on December nd w of Havwood County.
with Mrs. Goble McCracken ior thi8 u to notify all
the combined November and le- vB.in rbims airainst the
cember meeting, which was an ' . . . . Hneoamd to exhibit
all-day affair. At noon a delicious underwimed at his of-
lunch was enjoyed, nce i Waynesville, N. C, on or
New officers were elected for the I before the 10th day. of December,
nmino- vear. They are: presiaeni, 1040. r this notice will be pieadea
u. Willloma- vire nresi-1 v..- f tk.ii runnsiini All. iwr-
.,1121. I iwiiiv - . 1 ill uai miwi - - r
dent, Mr. Troy Davis; eecreUry-1 Bong indebted - to Miri -mUto' will
treasuren Mrs. iviarK owmu, F'ipieaxe muKe immwiwiuf pMynrcni.
The different memDers uiBiimv
ed hand made Christmas gifts
and told how it was made. Miss
ucn, Mirmrpt Smith crave a
iiiaij . ... "
number of suggestions and illustra
T. L. GREEN,
Administrator of J. H. Rogers.
No. 1145 Dec. ll-lH-26-Jan. 1-
terian church, officiated. Burial
was in Greenhill cemetery.
Snrvivinff are the Darents, one
brother, and his grandmotner, Mrs,
vrr Rtnvnll is enthusiastic over
shooting in Eastern Carolina, being
his first trip gunning on wie cobi.
An iirenne of R2 nerccnt over
the previous year in electricty de
livered to consumers ib iiwwu -report
of REA-lfinanced power
systems for the fiscal year ending
tha hosiery bill
The club will meet witn
Ester Moore in January.
Automobile sales in Brazil are
' iiAiih t nnBA fiT vtwr kv
tions on Christmas decorations and 'MERRY CHRISTMAS' FULL
a short talk on how to reduce pGE PICTURE IN COLOR
.1 . k..uti Kill : 1
The spirit of the festive holiday
season depicted in a charming
painting, reproduced ' in FULL
COLOR, by the well-known artist,
Henry Clive. Look for this-feature
in the December 21st issue of.
The Awcrican WfUy .
The Big Magasine i Distributed
On Salt At AU NewMtd
East Waynesville To
Give Pageant On 16th
On Tuesday night, December 16,
the children of the East Waynes
ville school will give a Christmas
pageant which depicts the life of
Christ in Scripture and song. '
The public is cordially invited.
Helpful Christmas Hint l:
GET HIM ARROWS!
Arrow shirts are the
answer to a man's Christ
mas wish. They ring the
bell with men because
the "Mitoga" figure-fit
makes them fit so well!
shrinkage less than 1 ).
Get the men on your
Christmas list Arrow
whites ... or Arrow
fancies . . . or both!
We've got a large selec
tion of Arrows for Christ
mas gifts. Come in today
and pick out your
A tipl Look im iho eottar
of ono of hi old MhirU for
hU am mnd $Uee-iengtht
We'd do the ret!
HQassie Dept store
C. J. REECE
VICTOR GLENN AKERS
Funeral services were conducted
on Sunday afternoon at 2:30 at
the home for Victor Glenn Akers,
infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Hamil
ton Akers, who died at 9 o'clock
The Rev. Malcolm Williamson,
pastor of the Waynesville Presby-
NOTICE OF SALE
Tn,w nd bv a virtue of an
order of re-sale of the Superior
Court of Haywood County, made in
the special proceeding entitled
"Bryan Heatherly, Administrator
of the Estate of Butler Kuykendall,
deceased, vs. Mrs. Time KuyKen
dall et al", the same being No.
the snecial Proceeding
jVot nt Rid Court, the under
signed Commissioner will, on Mon- j
day, December 15, 1941, ai li-.uu,
o'clock a. m., at the Court House
door in Waynesville, N. C. offer
for the sale to me uucai.
r.-'.-.i. 4kof -ortjin tract of land
lying and being in East Fork ;
Townsnip, njiAju i
and more particularly described as
follows, to-wit: ' ' I
Adjoining the lanas oi x.
1 n. Williams and others ,
and bounded as follows, vii:; BE
GINNING on a chestnut oak, T.
N Massey's corner on Anaersons
&k,' and runs down said creek
10 poles to a small poplar; thence
S. 19' W. 18 poles ana ve. m"v,
to a spruce pine; thence S. 24
W IS poles and 20 links to a
white walnut on the West bank
of a branch ; thence across the
branch, S. 40 E. 6 poles and 18
links to a stake in the old Ivester
and Evans line; thence wnn s-iu
o 17U' W. 91 poles and 23
links to a hickory ; thence with
Hyatt and Evans line, s. oo
W. 7 poles and 23 links to a poplar;
hence with Burnetts line .
r. ci io, unit 17 links to a chest
nut; thence N. 8 E 5 poles and
19 links to a poplar; mence
W. 68 poles to a staice in an-
rr thence down said
oersoiia -, .
ereek to the BEGINNING, conUm-
g 16 acres, more or less. .
t: ontne nronerty de-
scribed in a deed from Isaac Nor-;
ns e ux. to J. B. n-uyKenawi
,.ti n Butler Kuyken-
dall), dated November 2, 1914, and
recorded in Book 45, page 511,
Haywood County Registry.
This November z in,
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