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LaY OCTOBER 16, 1941
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
r-"i i n
lva In Easy Game
,.! Team From
L Rifled To Hold
Jing Mountaineers ne
tn-7 to their
r . defeated teams
F . v. Seating Sylva on
Kid last Friday, 84 to 6.
Lae that was scheduled to
f .-. the visitors had won
Suite ' -
L games this season and
trf of the ream mauo uF
L from last year, it turned
L track meet '
feii the game, Waynesville
to Sylva ana me twiwi
. iinwn and were appar-
t the march when the for-
1 all of the locals dug in ana
ad to punt. The Moun-
i took the ball on tne mia
roe and in two plays were
for the first- score of the
Inman broke loose and ad
th hall to the 15 where
took over and carried the
le remaining distance, A
I, Wvatt to Henry was
r the extra point.
Leeond score came late in
U nnarter after .Wavnes-
Eovered a fumblf,'on their
and began to torch with
la alternating in carrying
I: down to the Sylva 20.
Iirain sprinted the remaining
ore. Yount drove through
lor the point.
in the second period the
ton their third scoring
hith Yount gaining plenty
Imd on spinner plays, and
driving from the three-yard
the tally. Wyatt drop-kick-extra
lug back after the half Sylva
I mint from deep in their
Iritory and Waynesville took
mid-field and on three plays
hman. Henry and Yount
another score was chalk-
tor the locals. Yount mak-
i score from the 4-yard
An attempted pass for the
I as no good,
et-nn for th last. scor for
Juntaineer came when Henry
fted a pass on the Sylva 48,
Sets New World
HIGH POINT Jimmy Wilburn,
Portland, Ore., speedster, set a new
world's record for the 25-mile dirt-
track race here today and won the
Dixie sprint championship for
the National dirt-track circuit.
Wilburn drove 25 miles over High
Point speedways banked mile
course at a speed of better than
100 miles an hour and finished
ahead of the field in 15 minutes, 38
and 421-00 seconds more than two
minutes under the old mark set in
Minneappolis by Gus Schrader,
and after driving to the 2-yard
marker, Wyatt drove the remain
ing distance to score. . Yount
drove the extra point across.
The last period was played
mostly by the second and third
teams of the Mountaineers and the
visitors were determined that they
would not go home with goose eggs
for their score and after intercept
ing a pass on Waynesville's 45 be
gan their touchdown march with
Morgan reaching pay dirt from the
one yard line. An attempted drop
kick for the point was blocked.
LE Francis .......
THE NEW COACHES - By Jack Sords
LT McRorie ...
LG Evans .. ......
C Arrington ..
RT Clark .. ......
QB Henry .. ........
LH Yount .. ................
FB Inman ..
Fisher, Jackson, Owen, Davis, An
ders, Harris, McCIure, Coin,
Scruggs, Fie and Rogers. Sylva,
Womack, "Henry and Morris.
Score by periods:
Waynesville . 14 7 13 034
Sylva . 0 0 0 6 6
wives everywhere are
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iundry saves the m
money and energy.
your laundry to us for
A Our modern me th
rill prove to you that it
jheaper and easier on
clothes to let us do
Having qualified as administra
trix of the estate of C. L. Atkins,
deceased, late of Haywood County,
North Carolina, this is to notify
all persons having claims against
the estate of said deceased to ex
hibit them to L. N. Davis at Way
nesville, North Carolina, on or be
fore tTie 11th day of September,
1942 or this notice will be pleaded
in bar of their recovery. All per-
t sons indebted to said estate will
please make immediate payment.
This the 11th day of September,
1941. .; :
LUCILE D. ATKINS,
Administratrix of the Estate of
C. L. Atkins, deceased.
No. 1110 SeDt. 11-18-25-Oct 2
EXECUTOR'S NOTICE TO CRED
Tlnwino- nualified as the execu
tors of the Estate of Minnie S.
Ray, deceased, late ol Haywooa
County, North Carolina, this is to
notify all persons having claims
against the Estate of said deceased
to exhibit them to the undersign
ed at Waynesville, on or before the
18th day of September, 1942, or this
notice will be pleaded in bar of
their recovery. AH persons in
debted to said estate please make
This the 18th day of September,
KATHERINE RAY ATKINS,
J. W. RAY, . .
Executors of the Estate of Minnie
'No. 1112 Sept 18-25-Oct. 2-9-16-
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THE NEW COACHES By Jack Sords
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First Of 2-Game
Series Will Be
Played In Canton
Both Teams In Pink Of
Condition And Ready To
Add Another Score To
Shoot Her the Bacon
As in many other forms of life,
the female of the chigger lamuy
is more deadly than the male. She
burrows under your skin when
ever she get a chance. Then she
NOTICE OF SALE UNDER
DEED OF TRUST
Under and by virtue of authority
contained in a certain deed of trust
executed bv tied-pe W. Williams
and wife, to The Citizens National
lays her eggs and promptly ex
pires. The larva feeds and fattens
on your flesh. This raises itching
bumps and the more you scratch,
the more it itches. :
If you want to embarras the
chiggers, get some hyposulf ate of
soda, which photographers use as
fixing agent, mix into a liquid so
lution with water and rub it on your
legs. Chiggers run from it. The
same solution, if you have already
been bitten, will kill them. Solu
tions of salt water, soda or ammon
ia are also said to help. ;
And then, of course, there is
the plain old bacon rind, advocates
of which maintain that it has no
equal so far as results alone is
Got a Stray Molar, Mister?
. -..in 1 U1.
, . , . . T r TfnofoA ' i nis win come as n uBiiii-ui miwtn.
Bank, of Raleigh, N C Trustee, profession since, once
on he 10th darof May, 1928 re- 4culated) thcre wi
corded in noo.c 20, Page 179, Keg-1 be few fishermen within a month's
istry or naywooa uouny, ... . mfl that win haye false t(?pth
Carolina, default having Deen maue Eecentiy on Lake Dallas in Tex
in the payment of the indebtedness R an gg.year-old fisherman, a Mr.
secured thereby, the undersigned , Welch from Frisco, Texas, showed
rnmmissioner of Banks, under and the state game and fish warden
bv virtue of authority contained in two large white bass. His story:
1 was preuy aisguswia urn
afternon for I hadn't caught a fish
and I had a toothache to boot. This
Chapter 87, Public Laws of 1SM,
will offer for sale, at public auc
tion, for cash, in front of the Hay
lion, xor cusu, m iiwui. - Jin 1,
wood County courthouse door on . tooth was pretty loose and I finally
Monday, October 27th, 1941, at 1 jerked it out of my jaw. I was
Llveclock noon, all that certain I will.ng to Jry any hrngf just then
I n lnnH v. t BU 1 JtttBLCIllTU. tuai, M'uiu J
piece, Par'";n"""g'; Lkv Cove andl dropped it in the water.
near Dick's Creek on the East Fork
of Pigeon River, in Pigeon town-
ship, Haywood County, oiaie oi
North Carolina, described and de
fined as follows: v ;
Adjoining the lands of Baxter
Blalock and Ben Terrell and more
particularly described as follows:
BEGINNING on a hickory below
some large rocks, said "hickory be
ing a corner of Baxter Blaylock's
line and standing north 8 degrees
west 76 poles from an old Spanish
onk corner, and runs south 77
degrees west 6 poles to a hickory,
white bass. Not much later a
second white bass bit my tooth and
here he is. But I lest the tooth in
catching the second fish."
Football fans to Haywood county
have been waiting (not very pa
tiently) for Friday night when the
Waynesville Mountaineers and the
Canton Black Bears meet in the
first of a two-game series with the
first game to be played on the
Canton field. The kickoff is sched
uled for 8:00 o'clock.
Again this year the teams seem
to be about on an even keel, with
both teams having one defeat
chalked up on their score sheet,
Andrews took the locals 13 to 6 and
also the Black Bears, 13 to 0. The
Mountaineers have ran up higher
scores than the Back Bears, but
in a Waynesville-Oanton grid con
test this plays a very small part in
the prediction of the outcome of
This is one of the most looked-
f orward- to games of the year and
will be the deciding game in the
Blue Ridge Conference for these
two teams, although they have
been defeated by a conference team,
neither team ever gives up
To add a bit of color and music
to the annual affair, the Waynes
ville and Canton bands will be on
hand to give demonstrations,
If the weatherman keeps his hand
out of the bag of bad weather, it
is estimated that around 2,000 to
2,500 fans will be on hand. Can
ton is preparing to accommodate
a capacity crowd and adequate po
licemen tyill be preient to handle
the traffic. ' ' .
: Both teams are expected to be
in the pink of condition. The
Mountaineers suffered several
slight injuries in their game with
Sylva, but by game time Friday
they are expected to be in tip-top
shape. It is reported that James
Bryson, tackle on the Black Bear
eleven, will be out of the game
due to injuries received in the An
The forward wall of both teams
will be about evenly matched In
weight with the backfleld of Can
ton a little edge over the locals.
-T-h probable starting- lineup,
giving both the weight and the
numbers of the individual players
is as follows:
Pns.No. Name - Weight
LE 58 Francis .... ,160
LT 51 McRorie ..................IS!)
LG 27 Evans ....i........,.......;....l 40
00 Arrinirton ,lfi
RO 50 Albright ..;.................200
RT 26 Clark 100
RE 59 Jaynes ..............,,..........175
QB 52 Henry :...:..........140
LH 50 Yount 150
1I 55 Wyatt . ...155
FB 53 Inman ....145
For Canton: .
pORKo.' Name : Weight
LE 61 Grogan ..;... ..U.-180
LT 74 Barton 160
LG 76 Stnmey 175
C -83 Carroll ..........155
RG 81 Mathews ..,.....'................145
QR 66 Owen ..............145
RE -72 Tucker- . i w
RT 75 Phillips 165
LH 60 Smathers ......................160
LH 60 H. Smathers ........:.....160
RH 63 Miller 155
Of Two Football
Teams In County
The result of the contests be
tween Waynesville and Canton in
the past 17 years are varied with
Waynesville having a slight lead
over the Black Bears.
The results since 1922 are as
1922 Waynesville 19, Canton 25.
1923 Waynesville 31, Canton 13.
1924 Waynesvlle 7, Canton 0.
1925 Waynesville 0, Canton 7.
1926 Waynesville 20, Canton 0.
1927 Waynesville 19, Canton 0.
1928 Waynesville 12, Canton 6.
192 Waynesville 18, Canton 7.
1930 Waynesville 0, Canton 6.
, 1931 Waynesville 19, Canton 6
1932 Waynesville 12, Canton 0.
1933 Waynesville 12, Canton 0.
1934 Waynesville 80, Canton 12.
1935 Waynesville 13, Canton 6.
1936 Waynesville 18, Canton 6.
1937 Waynesville 6, Canton 19.
Waynesville 0, Canton 26.
1938 Waynesville 6, Canton 18.
Waynesville 0, Canton 9.
1939 Waynesville 13, Canton 0.
Waynesville 20. Ct'nton 25.
1940 Waynesville 0, Canton 0.
Waynesville 0, Canton 21,
Deer, Bear Hunt
To Open Nov. 6 .
The seventh annual deer and
bear hunt in the' Pisgah National
Forest will be held from Novem
ber 6 through November 29, it was
announced by H. B. Bosworth,
A total of 1,200 hunters will be
allowed to take part in three types
of hunts, which are under the direct
supervision of forest officials.
State laws will be observed and
State hunting licenses will be required.
Proceeding the main hunt, there
will be a special archery hunt The
wilderness area bunts, which will
be special three-day events, con
stitute the main hunt, and the third
phase will be the regular daily
check-in and check-out hunts.
Results Last Week
Wake Forest 6; South Carolina 6
Fordham 27; North Carolina 14
Duke 50; Maryland 0.
N. C. State 0; Furman 0 (tie).
Mississipi State 0; Louisiana State
0. : '
Alabama 61; Howard 0.
Auburn 34: Louisiana Tech 0.
Notre Dame 20; Georgia Tech 0.
Vanderbilt 39; Kentucky 15.
Tennessee 26; Dayton 0.
Sewanee 7; Davidson 0.
Appalachian State Teachers 35; Mass.
Games This Week
(1940 score shown)
Appalachian State vs. Catawba
Newberry College (20) vs. Pres
byterian College (7) at Clinton, S.
' Erskine College vs. Tampa U.
at Tampa, Fla.
Saturday' t Games
Auburn (13) vs. S. M. U. at
Birmingham, Ala. .
Univ. of Alabama (12) vs. Ten
nessee (27) at Knoxville, Tenn.
Georgia Tech (19) vs. Vander
bilt (0) at Nashville.
University of Georgia (13) vs.
Columbia at New York,
University of Kentucky (13) vs.
Xavier (0) at Cincinnati, O.
Louisiana State (7) vs. Rice
(22) at Baton Rouge.
University of Mississippi (34)
vs. Holy uross (7) at Worcester,
You hear so many don'ts, dry
precautions, and general advice
about being careful with your guns
that you get tired of it all and pay
no attention to any of it. That's
when you start getting dangerous
with a gun
TO ALL PARTS OF
WESTERN N. C
I- WHAT is
Cavity Wall Construction?
It means Twin Walls tied together with
steel, giving a blanket of air between the
walls, insuring complete insulation meaning
warmer houses in winter and cooler homes
Let us show you how CAVITY WALLS
are particularly suited to the modern small
ETOWAH BRICK BUILDS
M 0 L A N D - D R Y S D A L E
If you will remember that death
started most of these slogans, and
Ben TerreH's corner;- thence with , that; you can kill or cripple some-
Terrell's line north 86 aegrees 0ne before you realize what nas
west 17 poles to a stake on top of the happened, then perhaps you would
mountain; thence south 68 degrees look on these seemingly hum-drum
west 26 poles to a stake; then north ' warnings in a new light. Know
degrees west 18 poles to a steke where your bullet is going wnen
aegrees wcovxoF ..... von hnot t ft tin can. Alwavs
handle a firearm as if it were load
ed and cocked. Never leave an arm
loaded while in camp or in a car.
Lastly, liquor plus gunpowder
equal death. ;
nn main too of Well's mountain;
then south 68 degrees west 8 poles
to a stake; Tom Well's and Ben
Terrell's comer; then south 43
degrees west 20 poles to. stake;
then with Well's line south 35 de
grees west 55 poles to a stake;
then south 59 degrees 30 minutes
east i1 poles to a stake; then east
21 poles to a stake; then south
58 degrees 20 minutes east 26
poles to a stake; then south 62 de
grees 45 minutes east 25.62 poles
to a stake in the road then with
the road north 61 degrees east 5.4
poles to a stake; then north 60
degrees 45 minutes east 22 poles
to a stake; then north 2 degrees
east 35.44 poles to an old Spanish
oak corner in John Blaylock's line;
then north 8 degrees west 76 poles
to the BEGINNING, containing
61.75 acres, more or less.
The successful bidder will be re
quired, at the time of the sale,
to make a cash deposit of 10 per
cent of the amount of the bid as
a guarantee of compliance there
with in the event that no resale is
Dated this the 20th day of Sep
GURNEY P. HOOD,
Commissioner of Banks.
No. 1114 Oct. 2-9-16-23.
V Doggone Smart Dog
Edward Rowe, a farmer, writes
that he has a mighty smart dog.
While driving a cow to pasture
Mr. Rowe was overcome with heat
and nearly fainted. Mr. Rowe
said that his dog ran to a nearby
creek, jumped in and hurried back
to shake water on him.
Mr. Fish Hnnter
The archer fish can project a
drop of water with such accuracy
and force as to bring- down any
insect which may alight near the
surface of the water.
The fish rises cautiously be
neath a fly or bug until his snout
projects into the air; then he aims
deliberately and shoots with such
precision that an insect within a
range Of 12 to 18 inches is a cer
Dove and Quail Trouble
Perhaps you're having the same
trouble we had last year. Our
full choke twenty was just right
for doves. We'd let them get
stretched out about forty yards
Western Carolina Teachers 0,
Army 27; Virginia Military In
Cornell 7; Harvard 0.
Texas A. & M. 49; N. Y. U. 7.
Penn 28; Yale 13.
: Minnesota 84; Illinois-6.
Texas Christian 20; Indiana 14.
Nebraska 32; Kansas 0.
Missouri 35; Kansas State 0.
Michigan 40; Pittsburgh 0.
Ohio University 20; Western
Kentucky Teachers 7.
Baylor 20; Arkansas 7.
Rice 10; Tulane 9
Southern Methodist 34; College
of Pacific 0.
Texas 40; Oklahoma 7.
Oregon State 10; Stanford 0.
Washington 2 3; Washington
I University of the South vs.
Southwestern at Memphis, Tenn.
Tulane Univ. (14) vs. North
Carolina (13) at New Orleans.
Vanderbilt University (7) vs.
Kentucky (7) at Lexington, Ky.
The Citadel (7) vs. Furman (36)
Davidson vs. V. P. I. at David
soa. .' '
Duke (13) vs. Colgate (0) at
Durham. - '
N. C. State (14) vs. Wake For
est (20) at Raleigh.
University of Florida (19) vs.
Maryland (0) at College Park.
Guilford College (0) vs. Lenoir
Rhyne at Guilford.
West. Carolina Teachers (25) vs.
E. C. T. C. (14) at Greenville.
GUARANTEED REPAIRS ALL MODELS
Delivered tach AVcclncudny to the American Fruit Stand.
Address Main Street :
;,; Phone 328
Ashcvillc Radio Company
.- Asheville, N. C.
FB 68 C. Smathers ..................160
awnv nnd mist 'cm right off 1 But
it's different hunting quail.. You're
generally snooiinK ai ciune imigc
and it doesn't give the shot time
to spread out enough. So you've
got a problem.
An increasing number of sports
men are telling us that the choke
apparatus which makes in reality,
they say, several guns in one
answer this question. ' You can
open or close to any desired choke
you want. I'm going to investi
gate it further. If you want to,
write The Poly-Choke Company,
178 Tunxis Street, Harvard, Con
necticut, for their free booklet.
And don't wait until hunting sea
son opens to do it I
In 1932, only 40 per cent of
the nation's livestock went to mar
ket on the highways. By last
year, department of agriculture
studies of 67 major markets show
ed that 62 per cent of the cattle
and 68 per cent of the hogs went
to market in motor trucks.
Having qualified as Executrix of
the estate of O. T. Alexander, de
ceased, late of Haywood County,
North Carolina, this is to notify all
persons having claims against the
estate of said deceased to exhibit
them to the undersigned at Way
nesville, North Carolina, on or be
fore the 1st day of October, 1942,
or this notice will be pleaded in
bar of their recovery. All persons
indebted to said estate will please
make immediate payment.
This the 1st day of Oct, 1941.
(Mrs) Anna Katherine Alexander,
Executrix of the Estate of O. T.
No. 116 Oct. 9-16-23-30-Nov.
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Aircraft Warning Message I "
Over telephone wires the
warning of approaching ene
my bombers is flashed from
Observation Post to Filter
Center to be plotted, evalu
ated, and transmitted to an
Army office for action.
No fictional dream, but a
glimpse into the intricate
and efficient lystem of dis
seminating aircraft warning
information by telephone
to Army Interceptor Com
mands. This system of tele
phoned aircraft warnings,
which will be tested during
the Army maneuvers in
this state, is vital to our
practice aircraft warn-
ing messages will place an
additional load on the state's
busy telephone lines. Caro
linians will understand, how
ever, that this it necessary
to insure the perfect func
tioning of this invaluable
Should you suffer tempo
rary inconvenience while the
Aircraft Warning Service it
being tested, we are confident
that you will realize that, al
though an "Army flash" mes
sage may delay an individual
call during these maneuvers.
itmaysrwm tune of
war. Most assuredly, the
telephone could not
serve a better purpose.
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