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THE WAYNES VILLE MOUNTAINEER
To Fines Creek In
mi tt l m
i nree nay wooa i earns
Go To Semi-Finals
Fines Creek defeated Waynes
Mile. 25 to 20, Saturday night for
the championship of the 11th an
nual V. N. C. Gold Aledal uiorna
ment for high school girls' teams
at Canton high school.
Mills River downed Canton, 2,r
to 2H. for third place.
The tournament all-star team was
announced as follows: Baldwin of
Mills River, Trantham of Fines
Creek and Hampton of Waynesville,
forwards; and Scates of Waynes
ville. Price of Fines Creek and
Griffin of Canton, guards.
Best all-around players, in the
order named were: Scates, Bakl
v in and Griffin.
A capacity crowd saw the final
Pos. F. Creek '25) Waynpsvillo'20i
F McElrath C . Bryson :
F Caldwell '12) Hampton 4
F Trantham i7i Blankenship il
G Walker Scates '9
G Hay nes Mehaffey
G Jenkins Messer
Subs: Fines Creek, Price, Woody
Waynesville, McCracken. CrOuser.
By Jack Sorcfs
Pos. Mills River 2.r'
F Baldwin (tii
F Allison HO)
F Whiteside 9i
Suhs: Mills River, Orr, Corbin
Ho'den. Canton. Wooclrouil. B
Grillin 1 1 1
Friday night's games
Pos Waynesville 1 129 ) M. River i26)
F Bryson HD Baldwin 1 "7
F McCracken il Allison !'
F Hampton dai Whiteside )5
G Scates Plemmons
G Mehaffey Whitaker
G Messer Halyean
Subs: Waynesville, Blankenship.
Pos. Fines Creek 26) Canton 22
F McElrath i2i Watts MO'
F Caldwell M5) Taylor )4
F Trantham '9) Hendrix '8
( Price Griffin
C; Walker Robinson
G Haynes Keno
Subs: Canton. Webb.
The games Wednesday night
Po. Clyde (20) Edneyville (34)
F L. Mann (3) Maxwell U2i
F Evans (4) . Freeman H8
F Chambers (13) Barnwell '3
G Collins Whiteside
t; Pressley Drake
G Medford Metcalf
Subs: Cyyde Cole, Stamey. P.
Mann. Edneyville Martin 1, Er-win.
C? UP . - - -
The Following Haywood Men Have Received
Honorable Discharges From Military Service,
AccOrdlnn To Records Received Here.
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uoois a sip piny cjAa iA-iie
Mis sUeMrfA Se6A
Among the men discharged dur
ing the past week from the Waynes
ville area of the county include:
Pfc. Jack Sease, Jr., from army
at Fort Bragg.
Starlie Chandler, CM, second
class, from liavy at San Pedro,
Cpl. James L. Fie, from marine
corps at Camp Lejeune.
William Lawrence Medford,
Rdm., second class, from navy at
Charleston, S. C.
Robert Bowne Colkitt, AMM 3c,
from navy at San Pedro, Calif.
Lee Roy Frisbee, seaman second
class from navy at Charleston.
Harvey Theodore Nations, KM,
third class, from navy at Camp
John Calvin Summerrow, from
army at Camp Shelby, Miss.
Mont Harrison Wright, from
marine corps at Camp Lejeune.
Pfc. William I. olios l):tvr. from
army at Fort (ieoir.e Mcvlr, Ml.
Pfc. Robert Joseph Ihnwn. Iriim
marine corps at Cain) l.cji line.
Pfc. Clifford L. l-i, sncll, from
army at FOrt Hi "IRR.
Calvin Warren McDaniel, AO,
third class from navy at ( 'havles-ton.
Western Union Paying
New Wage Schedules
The Western Union Telegraph
company is now paying retroactive
wages to local employes represent
ed by the American Federation of
Labor, and also, by special decision
of the company, to all employes
not in collective bargaining units,
it was announced today by Helen
M. Lengyel, local manager of the
Retroactive wage payments to
over (iO.OOO employes of the com
pany except general ollices will,
when completed, total about $31.-000.000.
DR. W. KERMIT CHAPf
OFFICE fN SOYD BUILDinq
WAYNESVILLE, N. c.
Discharged from the Canton
of the county during the past '
were the following:
Luke Jackson Swanger. Pr
Charles Haynie, John Cole
Rickman, Garland Lee Green,
ward Franklin Williams, Her
Jennings Rogers, Jr., William .
Patton, James Leroy Davis. J
Webster Cat hey, Grover ('
land Glance, Jr., William
Woodruff, Jack Lei ov While. I
a I In
War-conli act set
1 fi llliO in January.
i-ments )iit at
n-nce McKinley Rhodes.
John Robert Cochran, Ray Mc
Dowell. Bill Harvey Cochran, Bill
Harvey Pickens, Garland WiHiam
Paxton, Carl Milton Gillis, How
ard Glenn Jaynes, Charles Jack
Warren, Charles Thompson. Jr.,
'Col. i. Hubert Gibson, Alfred
Bruce Cable. Plezze Saine, Thomas
1 EXPERT MECHANICS..,
QUALITY PARTS AND
. Oil . . . Accessories . . . Confetti
On the Highway Hazelwood
Schedule For Fall
Black Bears Have
On 194(i Gridiron
Po. Canton (41) Flat Rock (11)
F F. Watts ilO) Beddingfield r
F Tayolr '10) F. Justice (3
F Hendrix 6) R. Justice 'C
G Cinfhn Hi Orr
G B. Tatham '2i Cornwall
-T 1eno Drake
Subs: Canton Haynie 2. Andcr
son 2. Woodruff 4. Wehh J
Tatham 4. Robinson,. Flat Rock
Hunnicutt. Jackson, Lanning.
Po. Waynesville (24) Crabtree (12)
F Bryson 8 1 Hogan '3
F Hampton (11) Chambers '7
F Blankenship 3) Wells f 2
G Messer Crawford
G Metcalf Dobson
G Scates 2) Bishop
bubs: Waynesville McCracken
Rathbone, Crouser, Phillips, Wyatt
Crabtree Ledford, Justice.
Thursday night's games were:
Po. Eedntrville (18) F. Creek (24)
F Maxwell (9) McCurry (D
F Barnwell (6) Tatham (18)
F Freeman 2 Sutton
G H. Whtieside (1) Price
G Huntsinger Walker
G Drake Honey
Subs: Edneyville Erwin. D
Whiteside. Fines Creek McF.irath
2. Caldwell 3, Woody, N .land, Jenkins.
Po. Canton (49 Woodfin (11)
F F. Watts (6) Youne (2i
F Taylor (18) DeWoese i'h
F Hendrix (6) Carson Hi
G Robinson Jones
G B. Tatham Ellis
G N. Tatham (2) Buekner
Subs: Canton Reno 2, Haynie 2.
Woodruff 4, Anderson 1, Griffin 4,
Webb 4. Woodfin Reese 2, Ham
lin, Duvall, Israel.
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CANTON' The Canton Tlifih
School Black Hears will face a
touch 194fi football schedule.
Coach C C Poindeter has an
nounced the fiiliowins; schedule:
Sept 6 . N'isht i Greenoville,
Teiin , here
Sept. 14 iyhf ' Erwin, Tenn ,
Sep! L'l Niuhl ' - Warren-Wilson
Sept. 27 'Night' - Morganton,
Oct. 4 N'ii'lil Forest City,
Oct 1 1 - 'Xiehl Wavnesville.
Oct 10-- N'iL'l.t ' - s h e v i I I e
Oct. 2.-, ..!o ... s ha. then.
Nov. 1 - N il'IiI 1 l!rev aril. Ik re
ov f - t!iT!ii.on Christ
Sc hool iherc.
Nov. If) - - Ni ;hl Keidsville.
Nov. 2." Afternoon' -sheville
School, i In re.
Nov f i "moon '--Way nes-
ville. hero. i
Capt. C. C. Carpenter
Discharged From AAF
Capt. Clarence A. Carpenter, son
of Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Carpenter,
of Canton, has been discharged
from the service at Fort Bragg.
Capt Carpenter entered the ser
vice in March, 1942, in Asheville.
He served overseas from October,
lf)4:i to October, 1944, as a four
engine pilot and operations officer
uith the Air Transport Command
in the China-Burma-India theater
of operations. His last army air
force station was with the Fourth
Ferrying Group, Ferrying Division,
Air Transport Command, in Mem
He hold the Distinguished Flying
Cross, air medal, presidential ci
tation, China-Burma-India theater
of operation ribbon with one bat
tle star, American theater ribbon,
and Victory medal. He completed
lOti trips over the famed Himalaya
Hump, with a total of 365 hump
hours. He is a graduate of the
Canton high school and attended
I'.revard College and Blanton Busi
Prior to entering the service he
was employed with the Atlantic
Slates Motor Lines as accountant.
He plans to go to medical school in
DANCE IN CANTON
The Canton Post of the Ameri
can Legion is sponsoring a square
dance at the Canton Armory Sat
The Amcrirnn Mecl industry used
29.337,000 tor.- of limestone last
Mr and Mrs. Dewey Hyatt and
children, J. D., Aaron and Kathryn,
spent the week-end in Asheboro
Money Or Advice
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a homp. or refinance an old mortgage, we invite
yon to come to Haywood Home Building & Loan
for money or advice.
Our Direct Reduction Loans
can be made on a long term basis, repayable
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Phone 17 Wayartvitle
Sure! You've got a bundle of War Bonds
but how big a bundle?
feriough for that home you're going to buy?
Enough for the trips you want to take? Enough
for education, and security, and retirement?
Tf you have, that's swell!
If you haven't it's up to you to keep on
What's the best way to save?
You know the answer, or should! You, and mil
lions of other Americans, have discovered that
the easiest, surest method of saving money
is the automatic purchase of bonds through the
payroll savings plan.
That's why you'll want to keep your payroll
savings plan going . . . want to keep on buying
U. S. Savings Bonds, regularly!
What are these new bonds?
U. S. Savings Bonds are exactly the same as the
"War Bonds'' you've been buying. They come
in the same amounts. They'll be sold inthesf
ways, except that thete'll be no "drives.
And they pay the Same generoM inM
every $75 you save today, Will com
10 years as $100.
So ... if vnti haven't pot vour hotnt '
box just yet, if you haven't got all the motd
all the bonds vou'll ever need, don t v
a good habit!
Keep buying bonds ort the payroll ovinfl'r
Buy all the Bonds you can... keep all the Bonds you buy
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R. B. DAVENPORT, Manager
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