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THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
Rock Hill Boys; Hazelwood Girls
Win Elementary Basketball Tilts
The opening rounds of the ele
mentary basketball tournament
were started last week between the
Bock Hill boys and the Central
Elementary boys. Rock Hill won
the opening tilt 18 to 13.
Following this the Hazelwood
koys played East Waynesville and
won 9 to 8.
In the finals Kock Hill emerged
elementary champions by defeating
tke Hazelwood boys with the score
of 34 to 6.
In the girls' opening games
played on Wednesday afternoon
the Junaluska girls lost to Maggie
girls, 72 to 6.
Following this the Hazelwood
girls defeated East Waynesville
girls 29 to 6.
In the finals the Hazelwood
girls were victorious and earned
the elementary championship by
downing the Maggie girls, 12 to 9.
Trophies were awarded the cham
pionship teams at the close of the
Rock Hill (18) Central Ele. (13
F Hannah .. ................Gibson(4)
F Riddle (16) Carswell (4)
C Ramsey .. ...Hightower (2)
G Carver .. ................Warren (2)
G E. Riddle ....Plott (1)
Hazelwood (9) East Waynes. (8)
F Powers (4) ..Franklin
F Robinson (1) ..........Morgan (6)
C Arrington (4) ......Sutton (2)
G Rudisell ......Smith
G SUllwell ....Leming
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Rock Hill (34) Hazelwood (5)
F Riddle (18) ........ ..........Powers
F Hannah (10) ........Stillwell (2)
C Ramsey (7) Arrington (2)
G Carver ...........Smith (1)
G E. Riddle ..........Rudisell
Maggie (72) Junaluska (6)
F Ball (60) ...McElroy (2)
F Mehaffey (12) ...Haney (4)
F Setzer ;. ...McCracken
G Miller .........Bradley
G Sutton .. ................... .t..McGaha
Hazelwood 29 East Waynesville 6
F Chambers (18) Boone
FR-Moore (6) .......Knight
F McClure (6) ............. Robinson
G Kirkpatrick .. ............Franklin
G Revis .. ..........i.............Inman
G G. McClure .........Miller
J. D. HYATT
E. C. WAGENFELD, the new
secretary-treasurer of the WHL
Softball League. Mr. Wagenfeld
has taken an active part in all
sports of the community, and has
led his Tannery Softball and base
ball teams to many a victory.
Photo by Sberrill's Studio,
Hazelwood (12) Maggie (9)
F Moore (3) ..................Ball (7)
F McClure (2) Mehaffey (2)
F Chambers (7) ................Setzer
G Kirkpatrick ...Evans
G Revis .. ......Miller
McClure .. .....::........Sutton
All persons will take notice that
the undersigned has qualified in the
office of the Clerk of the Superior
Court of Haywood County as Ad
ministrator of the estate of Callie
McDaniel, deceased. All persons
having claims against the said
estate will present the same to the
undersigned on or before the 25th
day of March, 1943, or this no
tice will be pleaded in bar of any
right claimant may have to re
'eover. AH per softs isted to
the estate will make immediate
This 25th day of March, 1942.
HARDY LINER, JR.
Administrator of the estate of
Callie McDaniel, deceased.
No. 1171 April 2-9-16-23-30-May
Club To Be Back
Home On Sunday
Bill Delancey brings his hust
ling young Tourists back to Ashe
ville, Sunday, May 3, after the
first road trip of the season, to face
the Durham Bulls, 1941 champions
of the Piedmont League, and one of
the largest crowds of the early
season is expected to be on hand
at McCormick Field when the two
clubs square off.
The veteran Lee Sherrill will be
on the mound for the Tourists.
The classy righthander, who prom
ises to be the ace of the Tourist
staff this season, will be making
his first appearance in an Ashe
ville uniform since 1936, and the
fans are expected to turn out in
large numbers to see him in ac
Durham will also be here Monday
and Tuesday afternoons. May 4 and
5, at 4:00 p. m.
Another former Asheville fa
vorite,' Ben Chapman, will make
his debut here Wednesday after
noon, May 6, when he leads his
Richmond Colts to Asheville for a
three-game stand with the Tour
ists. Chapman, one of the speed-
iest outfielders in the majors for
years and a former Piedmont
League star, is the new manager
of the Colts, and his many Ashe
ville friends are expected in the
stands, May 6, to see him perform.
HELLO, SPORT FANS! This past week must have
been a very sad week for the hundreds ; . . yes, even thou
sands of fishermen all over the state .
They know and we know that the fire which was
perhaps maliciously started last Sunday at the foot of
Shining Mountain and the dozens of other fires all over
the country which have been burning furiously have
ruined for many years to come, not only valuable for
ests, and personal property, but many of fine fishing
These fishermen realize, too, that the fish which were
perhaps lucky enough to live through -the fire will be killed
when it rains as the ashes and lye start pouring into the
streams . . .
It seems a shame that after the painstaking years
spent in stocking our waters with the finest species of
fish for the enjoyment of fishermen . . . it all was to
be wiped out in just a few minutes ...
It seems that just about the only thing left to do is
to stock the remaining streams that were not affected by
the fire with all the fish possible . . .
Cody Plott says that although all fishing has been
cancelled on all government land because of the fire
there is still a chance ... if it rains! The government
says that as soon as it rains fishing will be resumed
the nearest open date afterwards.
MORE ABOUT SOFTBALL
L. N. Davis, president of the softball league, has asked
that all firms who want to have a team in the league this
year or who want to be represented to have a representative
at the meeting which is to be held at the Chamber of
Commerce at 8:00 this Friday night.
They are very anxious to complete plans for the
softball league at this meeting and to get the season
underway . . . so all of you who want in on this please
have your representative at the meeting tomorrow night.
Having qualified as administra
tor of the estate of the late Robena
Bishop, deceased, late of the coun
ty of Haywood, North Carolina,
this is to notify all persons having
claims against the estate of said
deceased to exhibit them to the
undersigned, at Clyde, N. C, Rt 1,
on or before the 26th day of
March, 1943, or this notice will be
pleaded in bar of their recovery.
All persons indebted to said estate
.will please make immediate pay
ment.' This the 26th day of March, 1942.
R. C. BISHOP,
Administrator of Robena Bishop.
No. 1168 Mar. 16-April 2-9-16-23-30.
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT.
- :- VS.
It appearing from the affidavit
of Fred Ivey, that the said Otillie
Ivey, the defendant therein, is not
to be found in the State of North
Carolina, and after due diligence
cannot be found in the County of
Haywood, State of North Caro
lina, that the said plaintiff has a
good cause of action against the
said defendant, for an absolute
divorce upon statutory grounds.
It is therefore ordered that
summons be served on the satd
defendant by publication, and that
to the end that notice of this
action be published in a newspa
per in Haywood County requiring
the defendant to appear at the
office of the Clerk of the Superior
Court within thirty days and an
swer or demur to the same or
the plaintiff will apply to the court
for the relief demand in the com
plaint. C. II. LEATHERWOOD,
Clerk Court for Haywood Coun
ty. This is the 11th day of April,
No. 1173 April 16-23-30-May 7
BLACKBURN, LOUIS' TRAINER, DEAD
We were sorry the other day when we read that Jack
Blackburn, Joe Louis' trainer and friend, had passed on.
"Louis would have been a great fighter and a cham
pion without Jack's help . . . but he was a greater fighter
and a greater champ because of Blackburn".
Blackburn himself was a great fighter in his young
days. . . . His real name was Charles Henry Blackburn and
he was a lightweight fighter during his days in the squared
circle . . . he fought for 20 years, starting in 1903.
Until one day he engaged in a cutting scrap and
down one side of his face was a long red line which
reminded you of all the weary years he spent in a peni
tentiary for killing a man. ,
Although must of this was forgotten by Jack in the
joy he gained in the development and the success of the
Brown Bomber . . . because through Joe Louis he could live
over his own days in the ring when he was really a fine
Laundry trucks don't pull a cannon
--but they are mighty important
in National Defense!
YOU Can Help Your Laundry and Dry Cleaners
Maintain Their Efficient Service!
Have your laundry 'and dry cleaning ready when the
routemari calls, avoiding wasteful "call-backs."
Have payment handy when items are delivered.
Arrange for receiving your bundle the day it is finished!
To conserve metal, please return a hanger for every
Elementary Girl Basketball Champions
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The above Hazelwood team, won out in the girls' division of the recent elementary tournammt
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Moore, Gladys McClure, Ada McClure, Pauline Revis, Georgia Stewart, Ruth Phillips. Back Row
to right: Maggie Kirkpatrick, Rosalee McClure, Henerietta Chambers, Nola ; Kirkpatrick, Mary
By Mrs. Claude Hill
is a very busy little
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pince tfus weefc wilii paxdi-o,
teachers and students preparing
fnr ha nrnafirnivi t.n Vtp civen Fri
day by the students.
We have had interesting pro
grams in our school this year and
we hope we may be fortunate
enough to have the same teacher
for the coming term.
The P. T. A. is sponsoring an
oriprfi house sincinfr and cake walk
on Friday night, May 2nd. We
hope to have all the good singers
from Balsam, Hazelwood, Allen's
Creek and Waynesville.
The Duckett quartet will be on
There will be an all day service
at the church, May 10th, with
singing, speaking and dinner.
First there will be the commun
ion service, then the Mother's Day
program, followed by the honors
which will be given our service
We have made a service flag in
honor of bur men who are now serv
ing in the army, navy and marines
with the following names: Bill
Ryder, John Trull, Arthur Styles,
Glenn Smathers, Gene Brooks,
Waldo Swayngim, Fred Swayngim,
Clyde Swayngim, Robert Smathers,
Virgil Shelton, Linwood Rogers,
Ernest Hooper, Edgar Cook, Tom
Millard Hill, Noel Hill, George
Rickman, Cecil Arrington, Guy
Arrington, Carol Arrington, Lowe
Arrington, Bill Arrington, James
Arrington, Hugh Arrington, Frank
Arrington, John R. Arrington,
Frank Arrington, William H. Stev
ens. If anyone has a son, brother or
loved one now serving the army
from our church or community,
whose name is not on the list,
please send the name to our pas
tor, Rev. Ben Cook, as we want
each one remembered.
Each mother, sister, or anyone
3 Haywood Girls r.
Alpha Phi Sigma Degre
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Freeman '
Jackson, daughter nf m '
Jackson, both seniors at Vesit.
vaioniia leacners College
Clara Carver. Hfinchto, .J.
and Mrs. Smiley Carver, of Cd
ton, and a freshman. Via,,. ..rl
ed their novice decrees in J
Aiuna rni aigma, a national hJ
orary society, at the college.
In order to receivf.
degree, one must have made I
nonor ron ior two successive
WPB's order haltine the mJ
tion of golf clubs will save 3M
000 pounds of steel for the
having a loved one in the leni
bring a red flower to place U
neath this flag on Mother1! rj
We .also weuld like to obtain
small picture of each soldier
this list to pin beneath the stuJ
After May 1st
and before the 1st of June
Pay your taxes NOW and avoid further penalty
Tax Collector for Town of Waynesville
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