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A MURPHY PASS deep in Bethel territory cot
?way from thin would-be rrrrlvrr (renter fore
Kround'. Bethel plavert in on the play Include
Jnf Bui) Flub, Carroll llrnaon. and Bad Phillip*.
(Mountaineer Photos i
CONVERGING on a Bethel back returning a kirkofT late in the
second quarter of the Bethel-Murphy game Friday were these two
Murphy players, who have eluded a block thrown by end Daryl
Gant (en ground).
HALFBACK JOHN MORRIS (left) led the Mur
phy Builders to a 26-6 win over Bethel Friday
afternoon by scorlnc two touchdowns and two
extra points. Others here are Bert Blrchfield.
Murphy quarterback (center), and Wayne I.edbet
ter. Bethel back.
Fast Murphy Squad Tops
Bethel Blue Demons, 26-6
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iu; < .uipuv UU1IUIH, Uin ?v
field led by Halfback John Morris,
who scored two touchdowns, prov- j
ed too powerful for the Bethel
Blue Demons Friday afternoon as |
the visitors won. 26-C
Morris scored twice in the first
half for the Bulldog*, racing around
end for 53 yards for the first
touchdown, and 20 yards for the
second The Bulldogs' third touch
down of the first half came on Bert
Hirchfield's 10-yard pass to Bed
After a scoreless third quarter,
both teams scored one touchdown !
in the fourth quarter Bethel tally
ing a Tl) on Carroll Hanson's pass
to Gerald Hill, which covered a
total of 36 yards, and Murphy reg
istering on Birch field's one-yard
Three Bethel drives were halted
in the first half by fumbles and
two more by intercepted passes
The game was played as a part
of the eighth annual Pigeon Valley
This Friday the Blue Demons
will Journey to Hendersonvillc to
meet the Blue llidge Conference
Nothing Sells Like
(Continued from page 1)
Puppies under six months, either
sex: first, Clara. Albert Burnetts;
second, Arthur, Albert Burnette;
third, Crickett, Jerry Jenkins.
Male under 6 months: first,
Woody, Gay Bradshaw; second.
Cork, also Bradshaw. Female, first,
Creeper. Lloyd Jones; second, i
Dixie, Dwight Donaldson.
All aite male first. Hock Woody,
Gay Brawshaw; serond, Litters
Hi ley. Dr R. R Jeter.
All age female: first. Bonnie,
Pair of hounds. Dixie and Belle.
Blue Ribbon class. Rock Woody.
Best hound in show. Hock
Woody. Gay Bradshaw, with sec
ond place going to Albert Burnette.
Best opposite sex, Bonnie, Albert
New Guinea, with an area of
JM7.450 square miles. Is the second
largest Island in the world. Green
land Is the largest.
(Continued from Pile 1)
Two resolution* passed by the
group were that (1) the tour will
not exceed 12 days in duration, and
?2< will be taken at approximately
the same time as the 1933 tour
i July 19-29i.
In addition to the business ses
sion. colored slides made on this
year's tour were shown, and square
duncinK was held.
TotaPkttendance for the evening
was reported at 213.
in'/nr. rtDW I
(Continued from Pace 1)
County Agent Virgil L. Hollo
way said this morning that special
permission has been received to
continue the program through
September, and urged all farmer*
interested in having their cattle
tested to contact the county agent's
office of veterinarians immediate
Testing is done free of charge,
he added. The program is open
to all farmers except owners of
Grade-A dairy herds.
Over eight million persons were
in tlje natfcMtol farm labor force,
in 1955. Some 23.2 per cent of this
figure were hired workers.
I BUT -
Its OM j
CARRYING A LARGE WAD OF MONEY AROUND IS AN
OPEN INVITATION TO THEFT OR LOSS. MONEY WON'T
GROW IN YOUR POCKET . . . USE IT THE MODERN WAY
- - - INVEST IT WITH US.
? WE PAY A CURRENT
ANNUAL DIVIDEND RATE OF 3ir
BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATION
1NSTKED UP TO ^llAM BT
THE FEDERAL RATINGS AND
LOAN INSURANCE CORPORATION
Clyde Takes Skyline Conference Lead
By Whipping Spruce Pine, 40-0 I
HAYWOOD COUNTY LEAGUE
RESULTS OF SEPT. 17
| Charlie's Place 3. Haywood
i Dayton 3, Team No. 6 0.
WBC 2, WellCo 1.
IIIGII TEAM SERIES
Charlie's Place 2868
Haywood Hdwe. 2636 i
HIGH TEAM GAMES
Charlie's Place 999'
| Wellco 903 j
HIGH INDIVIDUAL SERIES
O Yount 564 j
H. Valentine 539
J. McCreary 512
HIGH INDIVIDUAL GAMES
J. Rudolph 236
O. Yount 232
R H. Stretcher 192
Charlie's Place .... 3 0
Dayton 3 0
WBC 2 1
Haywood Hdwe. 0 3
Team No. 6 0 3
II. Valentine 176
R. 11. Stretcher 1698
J. ItiKKins 168
J Smith 165.3
T Atktns 164.5
O Yount 164 1
J. Jackson ... 163.1
J. McCreary 162
R. Fowler 158 5
J. Judd 156 3
SCHEDULE FOR SEPT 24
Dayton V9. Wellco.
Haywood Hdwe. vs. Team No. 6
Charlie's Place vs. WBC.
RESULTS OF SEPT. 18
Howell Motor 2, Waynesville
Bowling Center 1,
Wellco Shoe 2, Ro-Search, Inc. I.
Friendly Bank 2. Parkway Mo
HIGH TEAM SERIES
Wellco Shoe .. .... 2307
Howell Motor 2200
Ro-Search. Inc .... 2199
HIGH TEAM GAMES
Wellco Shoe 846
Howell Motor ... 787
HIGH INDIVIDUAL SERIES
M. Hamlett 463
I. J. Yount 457
J Knight 457
G. Rogers 437
HIGH INDIVIDUAL GAMES
R. Career 188
M. Hamlett 182
J. Knight 178
Howell Motor Co. 5 1
Wellco Sho.? 4 2
Ro-Search. Inc 3 3
Waynesville Bowling Center 2 4
Friendly Bank 2 4
Parkway Motors 2 4
M. Hamlett _ 158
A. Wyatt 149
J. Knight 144
C. Elliott lift
I. Yount 139
L. Carver ....... 136
G. Rogers 135
I. Bowen 134
M. Harrell 131
R Ray 129
P. llcCrearv 139
SCHEDULE FOR SEPT. 35
Waynesville Bowling Center v?.
Wellco vs. The Friendly Bank.
Howell Motor vs. Ro-Search. Inc
TORRANCE. Calif. (API ?The
new city Jail here has all Its eaUa
1 painted in gay colors. Including
one done in lavender?bars and
The Clyde Cardinals soared into !
the lead of the Skyline-A Con
ference Friday night by virtue of
ar impressive 40-0 win over Spruce
Fine, while Marshall was being
flattened by Owen High, 47-7, in
a non-conference clash.
The win Friday night on the 1
Spruce Fine field was Clyde's
I fourth against no losses. In four
games to date, the Cardinals have
allowed only one touchdown to
I cross their goal.
Spruce Fine won the conference
championship last year, but the
host team was helpless Friday'
, night against Clyde's well-balanc
ed attack, led by halfback Danny
Caldwell who scored three touch
downs?two on long runs of 50
and 36 yards, and a two-yard
Passes accounted for three if
Clyde's TD's ? two coming on |
heaves from quarterback Bob Mc- j
Cracken to end James Green and ;
the other from R. A. Martin to the !
other end, Ray Seay. McCracken I
kicked four extra points for the
Friday Coach Griffin's Maroon
and Gold eleven will play one of
their toughest games of the season
when they Journey to Marshall to 1
play the Tornadoes. Until their
less to Owen, a Blue Ridge Confer
ence school, Marshall ^'as unbeat
en and unscored on.
Spruce Pine Clyde
First downs 4 7 j
Yds. gained rushing 67 207 i
Passes attempted 17 7
Passes completed . 3 5
Yds. gained passing 54 146
Passes intercepted by 1 5
Yds. gained Inter. 0 30
Punting average 29.6 22.5
Yds. kicks returned 2 30
Op. fumbles recov'd 3 4
Yds. lost penalties 10 5
Most of the 1,200 victims who |
lose their lives in boating accidents i
each year are in the 20-24 years i
old age group.
(Continued from pace 1)
to restore petitioner's driver's li
Louise Phillips Hampton vs. Roy
Hampton. First National Bank of
Waynesville, First Sftte Bank of
Hazelwood: plaintiff to recover
S4.000 from defendant as agreed in
compromise by both parties; res
training order dissolved.
Non-suits were ordered in the
cases of Southern Landscaping Co. j
vs. H. B. Calhoun; Robert J. Mes
ser, by his next friend, Alice Put
nam vs. Charlie H. Messer, Maggie
Grasty, and James Thomas Grasty;
Sue Pless Cole vs. Charles William
Cole; Lee M. Hannah vs. Nellie
A divorce was granted in the
case of Denver Love vs. Loraine
Jurymen for the second week of
court are: G. W. Wines, Filmore
Hicks, L. P. Brock, Felda Scar
borough, C. W. Devlin, Robert E.
Allison, Max Bryson, Earl Phil
lips, Tom Lee Holcombe, Mack
Edwards, Way Ratcliffe, Norman
Stuart. George H. Johnson, Nelson
C. Pless, James Liford, M. Parris,
James R. Kirkpatrick, and J. H.
; YIORE ABOUT
(Continued from page jjk
New county officers and'^Ueie
gates to the State Democratic Con
vention will be elected.
Speakers will include Ernest
Messer of Canton and Richard
Queen of Waynesville, secretary to
Congressman George Shuford.
Walter Clark of Canton, outgo
ing YDC president, will preside.
Use the Want Ads for result*
IN REMEMBRANCE QF
Bobby was the best in the land
He is with God's Angel Band
God needed Bobby more than us
And Bobby said, "In God I Trust."
If we put our souh in God's hands
He will take of us to the last man
Then we'll meet Bobby on that
Where we will never part anymore.
Bobby is living with God now
He's waiting for us to get there
Let's get ready so we can go
And he'll be waiting up there I
Written by his best pal,
Horace Enlow Wyatt
THIS IS WHERE TOMORROW STARTS
A new inner car gives you
a NEW KIND of FORD
for 1957! Coming October 3rd.
On Wednesday, October 3rd, Ford Dealers throughout
the United States will unveil a new kind of automobile!
Cars are involved in every American's life. News of a new kind
of car is the biggest kind of news to millions of Americans.
The Big New Kind of Ford is that kind of news . . .
a car totally new in design from crest to trunk lock.
? This completely new automotive package will sell at
the traditionally low Ford prices.
This makes possible a new high standard of such honest-to
goodness value that it actually increases the purchasing power
of your automobile dollar.
When you see it, other cars will look out of date, because .::
This is Where Tomorrow Starts . . . with a Big New Kind of Ford!
The New Kind of Ford is the fullest, most
eloquent expression of Ford's spot i.il per
sonality?the youthful grace, the whiplash
action?and the reputation for durability
known wherever there's a road.
To all this we have added true elegance
?a kind of elegance never before seen in
. the low- price field. To make a car truly
elegant, you must start deep-down inside.
The Now Inner Ford
The Inner Ford?the car y<xi cannot see?
is a x-ery remarkable structure. Its frame
is actually a cradle. Side members extend
almost the full hodv width; thev serve not
only as supporting members but as con
cealed side bumpers of immense strength.
Tho Now Ford Body
The new Ford body it a triumph of engi
neering in steel. The doors close with the
solid finality of a bank vault. Even the
door-lock button has been moved up
front?easier for you to reach, but out of
the children's reach.
All these features were engineered to
give you a solid new kind of comfort.
Tho Now Ford Rido
?six elbows wide in each seat, with deep
space around each one of six knees. And
alxtve all that space, there's hat room to
spare ior~all six passengers.
The 1957 Ford rides low, solid, with a
firm, deep road-holding feel. Yet it's a
light-hearted, Bight-hearted ride?this car
is responsive, nimble, agile, with a proud
The New Ford Choice
Ford offers not only one. but two sires of
cars ... each on its own extended wheel
base ... each with its own body shell ...
each with its own styling.
Firit, the two Fairlanc Series on a 118
inch wheelbase. The Fairlane 500's come
in 5 body types, a four-door sedan, a two
door sedan, a two- and four-door Victoria
svith no center pillars, and a convertible
coupe. The same txjdy tvpes (except for
the convertible) are available in the Fair
Second, two Custom Series mounted on
the 116-inch wheelbase chassis. In the
Custom 50t) Series, a four-door and a two
door sedan are distinguished from the
Custom models by more luxurious intc
riors and elaborate trim. The Custom
Series also includes a Business Sedan.
Beyond all these, you also have your
choice of five Station Wagons?the famous
glamour cruisers that are the champions
in this fie Id 1
The New Ford Look
That low, low cradle-span frame means ^
low, low car. The Fairlane 50vf is only four (
feet eight inches from road to roof! The
Custom is just over four feet nine inches!
The new Ford is not only low?but long.
Ford gives you more than 17 feet of ele
gant length in the Fairlane Series, a shade
less in the Custom. It's a nice kind of fun
just to look at it. It's high-priced in every
way except price.
The New Ford Performance
You can have up to 245 wonderful Thun
derbird horsepower in any Ford model.
There's a moderate?'hnd reallv moderate
?extra charge for this engine of 312
cubic inches with its 4-barrel carburetor.
For "Six" lovers, we've got the 144-hp
Mileage Maker Six. Whether you choose
Six or Y-8, the going is great! '
Here is where
your own tomorrow starts
It starts at your For J Dealer's showroom!
The ears will be there on Wednesday,
These are the best Fords of our lives.
They are the first symbols out of Detroit
of the new automotive age that is begin
ning for you.
Thit U where tomorrow itarti?at your
This it when your tomorrow itarte?
Thf New Kind of Ford sits six people is _ , , _ ..
no other low-priced car has ever sat them Come in and lee US for the Big New Kind of Ford!
PARKWAY MOTORS, Inc.
HATWOOD ST. FruefcM Dealer No. 1138 ? ReaWtmUon N<*. 11# W A YNXSvn l ? .