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WllWboro tr*mp*ed Tayters-
»aie la-e on the '^Jlkenhord
^ Friday afternoon.
V The llrst drire carried 90 yards
Wldlag vith the acore when Mose-
l^r.VMVqnNli^trdm thelO. J. Lln-
ymk^To>» fast triple
Wtfeat aaatterback, added the
point by gmnyment.
Thn Tirlve started when
•>T«r8d a. liiyloiWille fumble on
1 40. V/llkesboro
lost the baU on downs two years
•hort of the goal but gained It
teck> two liinya later when Den-
■la ihtenmpted on the 18. Lin-
•ey scored a few plays later.
The last score was by a thril-'
itag 88 yard run by Llnney on a
take reverse. He ran through
hoth teams to score standing up.
Wilkesboro, which showed
vast improvement over early
season play, played well as a co
ordinated unit but it was Llnney
In the backfield who stood out as
s high school player of unusual
ability. He was ably supported
hy Dennis and by Hayes, who
Wilkesboro players wbo started
the game_ Friday were: Blevins.
Mayberry, Greene, Kennedy, Don
Llnney, Whittington. Hayes, J.
Llnney, Dennis, Littman and
Moseley. Substitutes were Dula,
Robinson, B. Steelman, Foster.
Sturdivant. H. Steelman and
For Taylorsville: Watts, Elder.
Ecbard, Zachary. Barnes, Jones.
Gant, C. Watts, Chapman, Fox
and Herman. Substitutes were
Sharp, D. Baker, K. Baker, Beb-
ber, Harrington and Adkins.
A alrge crowd, including sen
iors of other schools, guests at
Wilkesboro’s senior day, saw the
The game places Wilkesboro
iiW their netr-
HEROIC EXPLOIT of capturing 132 Ger-nan soldiers hlmost single-handed during
the Argonne offensive of World War 1, male Sergeant \lvin C. York America’s great
est war hero. Here we see Gary Cooper, who play .the title role in the motion pic
ture “Sergeant York,” bringing in his prisoners. The picture will be shown locally
at the Allen Theatre Wednesday, Thursday and Friday of this week
ALL IN READINESS
TO BEGIN TH^ RED
CROSS DRIVE 11th
(Continued from page one)
on Thursday night supplies were
I distributed and final instructions
were given relative to the mem
bership drive. The meeting was
well attended and much interest
as a slight pre-game favorite for w'as shown.
Mrs. W. D. Halfacre will be
secretary at Red Cross headquar
ters, which will be maintained
all this week at Hotel Wilkes
lobby. Any additional supplies
needed may be secured from Mrs.
A. F. Kilby is chairman of
the canvass of North Wilkesboro
business district and Mrs. Gordon
Finley heads the house-to-house
canvass of residential districts.
Dr. J. C. Stokes Is Wllkeaboro’s
I chairman and each community
: in the county has an appointed
I worker, as well as each of the
j The gcal for Wilkes is higher
1 than in former years but it Is
' believed that the people will re
spond liberally and in great
numbers in view of the great
need for Red Cross funds.
Charlie Monroe At
the annual Wilkesboro - North-
North Wilkesboro defeated
Taylors”ille by one touuchdown,
, > ■
Girl Scout col^isshmr in the
Wllkesborog. TOey cannot find a
better need at this time, in her
opinion than to share their
knowledge with girls wiio are al
so eager to serve.
‘"We need many more adult
volunteers in Girl Scouting,”
Mrs. Finley said, “and would cer
tainly appreciate the ' help of
women who are already equip
ped to meet specific needs.
We need women who will serve
as group leaders; as program
consultants; or as members of
troop or neighborhood commit
tees, to serve as sponsors of
In the light of Girl Scouting’s'
Importance to the defense pro
gram. and to the future of dem
ocracy, service as a troop leader,
(or adult sponsor, becomes one of
] the most important posts open to
' women. The Girl Scout council
has on their waiting list names
of many girls who would become
Scouts If there were enough wom
en to lead them. This service
to young people has advantages
even beyond the Important one
of making Scouting available for
more girls, because many women
active In our organization are
trained workers occupying key
positions in the community de
fense set-up. The training, which
given In North
Wilkesboro, is an asset to every
They ghouhl know whom
h CUM. of a ^erlong
pstorgMMF, and whM apeefOofar-
ff» :«ar'.nnH of tro^tiUm af-
In many Ihkys^Seoata can be
trained to aMume 'rasppnaibillties
and to r(e)i6ve adults tor more Im
portant -work,” she Mneluded.
"Bnt thdy can be 'trained only If
enough women volunteer to
serve their oopmunity by hoping
girls In -their complicated prob.
lem ot growing up In an upside-
down world, filled with unknown
qquantities. Women are the cus-
todtena of the units of national
U C^ais^ j
Wllker cidiidb^f«ddflae^T0iUltota q
died Thursday at her home fa *
pi» fi bnt had 1
■befoPS' her neatt.
darvivingr.. members of ^ her
immediate-family are heyT hus
band, Bli p,-. Kilby, one son and
one daughter, W F. Kilby end
Mrs. Ambrose Whittington.
REV. LEROT ELLER
AT HINSHAW CHURCH
Rev Leroy EQer, of Moaman
Falls, will preach at Hinshaw
^ Street Baptist ', church ,ln 4hls*
life; the family, the social group | city on Sunday evening, Novem-
and the community. Through the her 16. seven o’clock. Tim poblk
work In Girl Scouting they may' has a cordial invitation to the ser-
extend their Influence beyond' vice,
the immediate| needs, into the ^
Ads. gat attoBtSoD—and neolta
Charlie Monroe and his Ken
tucky Partners’ one of the most ]
popular groups of radio entertain,
ers, will present a show at the woman alert to the needs and the
November 15, 7r30 p.
m. The show
will be sponsored by Moravian
Falls school, which will share in
the proceeds from the admission
Mt. Zion Church ^
i-p If P * 1 charge of 16 and 30 cents. All are I
1 O llaVC f\.0VlVo.l .invited and a moat eniovahle occa-
I invited and a most enjoyable occa
sion is assured.
Revival services will begin at
Mount Zion Baptist church on
Sunday night, November 16. Ser
vices will be held at seven o’
clock each evening and the pub
lic Is cordially invited to attend.
Rev. J. G. Huffman, pastor, will
conduct the revival.
Ada. get a.ttentio»—and reaidts
Corduroy GuacUnteed Tires at FORESTER’S
NAVY SAYS 100
LOST IN SINKING
Washington, Nov. 6.-—The na
vy. still checking and recheck
ing the list ot casualties and
opportunities of the times. It
furnishes her with the techni
ques of organizing and adminis
tering groups for many kinds of
"In our new organization
plan, of developing committees,
to sponsor Girl Scouting within
their own neighborhoods, we are
organizing groups for the effici
ent workmanlike participation
of women in the defense plans,”
Mrs. Finley continued.. "Such
groups of women and girls, who
, survivors on the torpedoed de-1 are resourceful, self-reliant and
’stroyer Reuben James, reported'and means of their communities
I tonight that its records showed J are of great value in times of
100 officers and men were lost, crisis. ^
Novemiier 15th Is
The Dead line!
If you hove not paid your Burial Aasociatlon
Dues, November 15th is the^ last day on which
you may do so and still remain in good standing
in your association. Be sure to pay before the
To all who have already paid their dues (the
largest nundber in the history of *the sissocia-
tioii), we say; “Thank you. Your hearty co
operation is greatly appreciated.”
Mutual Burial Asso.
W. k. STURDIVANT, President
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