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!f T?PAY, SEPT. 3, 1942 (ONE DAY NEARER VICTORY)
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
I Paje 7
ions And High School
fin In Softball Series
j d;1i School aoft-
TbUons '" - victory last
P tfSmSu. . ;i. of the two di-
M ,t! ,.",. to capture the
FtLTd by the League.
X m Rubwr team ws Kiyu
D,vton hud Reliable
tne nuniDer ui
IsM Won. , Lions de-
8 fl. Boosters dub 16 to 5
best softball games
t . 1...
ln0 . . .t on the local field,
Rubber and High School
I wd a scoreless Kie u-" w
II " . V i ,V.aA rnrnil tun
,h SohWU puniicv. ....
to win tne
The box score of the two games
, s follows:
Javnes lb .
Jaynes ss ...
vatt ss ,-
31 rf -
rieton lb ...
lrieson cf .....
jtman p .......
... 3 0
. 26 2 2
AB R H
... 3 0 0
... 2 0
23 0 2
m ABR H
migps sf . 4 1 1
arapbell c .. .... 4 2 3
leatherby ss 4 2 2
Ivatt 3b 4 3 3
uttonfield 2b ........... ........ 4 2 2
:ahl lb 4 2 0
atherwood cf 4 0 1
lavis If 4 1 1
I'oodard rf 4 13
Irj-son p ,.......,........ 4 .2 1
Totals 40 16 15
Imten , AB R II
routnian cf .................... ; 4 2 1
revost 3b 4 , 0 1
I'binson sf 4 11
tone lb 4 12
iraham ss 3 O 0
lischoff c 3 0 1
fright- rf 8 1 0
laykendall 2b .................... 3 0 1
ydelf ... ,......;..,... 3 0 1
lavis p 0 0 0
Totals 27 5 8
Here On Sept. 10
A representative of the Ashe
Ville field office of the Social Se
curity Board will be at the local
post office here on Thursday, Sep
tember, 10th at 10:00 a. m.
Wage earners who have worked
in a job covered by the Social Se
curity Act since December 31, 1936
and have attained acre 65, may be
eligible to file claim for themselves,
tneir wives, or minor children,
whether they have an account num
ber or not.
In addition, persons who have
need ol social security account
numbers or other information per
taining to the Act are invited to
meet this representative at the
time and place mentioned.
W. R. Harbeck, of Inman, S. C,
spent a few days in town during
the past week. He was accompani
ed home by his young daughter,
Faye Elizabeth, who has been vis
iting her grandmother here for the
ed to be present.
Any parents desiring the dedi
cation of their infants in baptism
will be given the opportunity at
the church on Sunday morning.
Kev. Hutchins To
'reach At Bethel
lurch On Sunday
I waiauoy ouivttUMiii-
Wt Of tho Wairnaatri'lU I'nfi.i.f
festern North Carolina Metho-
P-3t Conferpnria will maU 4ta
-.x., tiki vv
fthel Methodist church on Sun-
r, sepiemoer 6th, it was learned
Mr. Hntid f:n i i n
. 0iu iiuiu wic
r . 'j wviiAc&ctiw mm (Mi
eber5 of the conference are urg-
NOTICE OF SALE
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT,
- VS." '
BESSIE S. ATKINS, Admin
istratrix of the Estate of James
Atkins, Jr., BESSIE S. AT
KINS, individually, BEN AT
KINS, JOE JACK ATKINS and
wife, RUTH GREEN ATKINS,
HARTFORD ACCIDENT & IN
DEMNITY COMPANY &
STANDARD OIL COMPANY.
Under and by virtue of a judg
ment in the above entitled cause
in the Superior Court of Haywood
County, North Carolina, on Ap
gust 24, 1942, the undersigned
Commissioner will on the 28th day
of September, 1942, at." 12 o'clock
Noon at the Courthouse Door of
Waynesville, Haywood County,
North Carolina, sell at public uc
tion to the highest bidder for cash,
subject to the confirmation of the
I real property, located in Waynes
ville Township, Haywood County,
North Carolina, and more particu
larly described as follows:
Units 4, 5 and 6 Block II Lake
Junaluska Assembly, as shown by
plat of Southern Assembly
Grounds, made by J. W. Seaver,
Jr., C. E., and recorded in Map
Book "A," pages 1, 3, 5 and 7,
Office of the Register of Deeds for
Haywood County, to which refer
ence is hereby made for a more
full and complete description by
metes and bounds
Being the same property devis
ed to James Atkins, Jr., by the
Will of James Atkins, recorded in
Will Book 4, page 211. Office of
the Clerk of the Superior Court
of Haywood County, North Car
This the 26th day of August,
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Average Team Is
First Definite Game Is Set
For 25th; Game Sought
Here for the 18th.
Forty prospective members of
the 1942 Mountaineer football
squad will get their first taste of
hard and rough work this after
noon, as Coach Weatherby sends
them through the paces.
Heavy equipment was issued
yesterday, after the boys have had
a week's training in exercises and
the fundamentals of the game.
While it is too earlv to Dredict
what the J942 edition of the Moun
taineer eridiran sauad will re
semble. Coach Weatherbv used the
word "average" all the way
through when questioned as to
their speed, weight and experience.
"It looks like an average Moun.
taineer team. Of course, it can de
velop in either direction, but at
this stage it looks averaire." said
the non-committal coach.
The team will weigh between
140 and 150. unless thev dron
weight during the next week or so
as they get down to hard play.
Eight of the old 1941 men were
lost by graduation i backs and 4
Pays Tribute To
W. L. Hardin, Jr.
At the meeting last week of the
medical staff of the Haywood
County Hospital, resolutions were
passed in memory of the lat W.
L. Hardin, Jr., member of the
Haywood county board of trustees.
The resolutions set forth the
great loss to the hospital, the com
munity and to the state, for his
faithful service rendered, and also
expressed appreciation of) his
splendid ! character, ftyia qual
ities and his heroism as exempli
fied in his efforts to save others.
It was ordered that a copy of
the resolutions be sent to the fam
ily, to the Haywood County Hos
pital board and to the county
The first definite scheduled game
is with Andrews here on the night
of the 25th. Coach Weatherby
is trying to get a game here for
the 18th. He expects to complete
the season's schedule by the end
of this week.
Present plans are to play all
home games at night, with the
possible exception of Christ School,
and this game is late in October.
Iron Duff News
The Iron Duff Home Demon
stration meeting was an all-day
affair, held at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. E. W. White for both the club
members and their husbands and
County Agent Howard Clapp and
Assistant Agent Wayne Franklin.
Each family brought a picnic
lunch which was served on the
The afternoon was devoted to
the regular club meeting. The
men also had a business meeting
in the afternoon.
The farmers of this section are
beginning to harvest tobacco. But
the problem is where are they go
ing to put it. The crop is so
much better than usual. Looks
as if all the barns in the town
ship will be more than full.
Palmer, of the Jonathan Creek
section, has been visiting her. Also
her son, Cordell Caldwell, of Rich
mond, Vs., is spending a few days
Edwin Davis, son of Mr. and
Mrs. French Davis who volunteer
ed for service about two years ago,
has been given a medical dis
charge. He has as bis guest this
week his cousin, Billy Woody, ol
Mrs. G. B. Hogan has as her
guest her granddaughter, Judy
Harrell, while her daughter, Mrs.
Clifford Harrell, is recovering
from an operation in the Biltmore
The Rev. Jarvis League will
preach Sunday at 11 at Antioch
Ernest Crawford, of Newport
News, Va., is spending a few days
with his mother, Mrs. Tearl Crawford.
"Aunt Mag" Caldwell, who has
been sick for several weeks, is
slowly improving. Miss Maria
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