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,Ayf OCTOBER 30,
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
L r victory march last
Y vx" arm at
i01 v- .ii;nff over
. 07 tn 0.
rfnstriy 1,500 enthusiastic
irBed out wr .
Mountaineers began their
,rir marcn -nBV.i
UtoB spinner play net
Urst score. Wyatt drop-
Ue extra point.
Wnd score of the evening
ct aerial on his own 81,
the locals began their
i Mniil t)lav of
Iaaa uii - " ,
aid quarter Inman scored
the line irom
Wyatt's kick was wide
t Bearcats " " -k
and marched down to the
ia nrtiara t.ViPV hopped
Ind the ball went to The
ineers. un me nrsi piuy,
r from punt formation alter
L the local's third tally of
Wn Wyatt netted the extra
lersonville staged another
late in the second period
he Bearcats had recovered
iMvillfe fumble deep in the
territory and marched down
one-yard marker before bo
pped by the forward wall of
untafneers. ': ;
last score of the game came
midway of the third period
aarch from midfleld by the
with Fisher ending the
Jfrom the five-yard line to
A pass combination, Henry
an was good for the extra
locals again threatened in
jt period but strong forward
Games This Week
(1940 Scores Shown)
Friday' t Gamut
The Citadel (6) vs. South Care
Una (31) at Orangeburg, S. C.
Clemson College vs. Geo. Wash
ington at Washington, D. C.
Elon College (19) vs. High Point
(0) at High Point
Saturday' t Garnet
Auburn (13) vs. Georgia (14)
at Columbus, Ga.
Univ. of Alabama (25) Vs. Ken
tucky (0) at Tuscaloosa, Ala.
Georgia Tech (6) vs. Duke (41)
Louisiana State (0) vs. Ten
nessee (28) at Baton Rouge.
Univ. - of Mississippi vs. Mar
quette at Milwaukee, Wis.
Mississippi State (13) vs. South
western (0) at Memphis, Tenn.
Tulane University vs. Vander
bilt at Nashville.
Davidson College (7) vs. V.M.I.
(13) at Lynchburg.
N. C. State College (7) vs. North
"Carolina (13) at Chapel Hill.
V.P.I. (6) vs. U. of Virginia
1 (0) at Norfolk, Va.
, Wake Forest College (31) vs.
Marshall College (19) at Hunt
ington, W. Va.
Guilford College vs. Haverford
at Haverford, Pa.
Western Carolina Teach, vs.
Emory & Henry at Cullowhee.
k Itching Rashes Pimpjes
'.h ntrv so many thousand of
lot Koone'i Emerald Oil hare bn
btv sufferer find quick iw and
Biihes, Pimple and many other
from the itchinc and torture of
It ctused skin eruption that we
W ty to you . Try Moone
Oil to help clear uo any unaiirhtly
ly caused skin trouble. Try it for
M then you are not fully and
itisfied the makers will refund
r price without Question. What
pol could we nive of our belief fn
p ind value of Emerald Oil than
punnte as this. Why not try It.
""in, imig store or your druggist
' t bottle and prove it. -
.ating every day between
f'tal and Rubber Plant.
' Hospital on the half hour
hour. Leavps Ruhber
f n every hour. SUrting
"w 8:30 p. m.
Hade 7nino arA Mtmtno
hderson's Corner, McKay's
"""7, Hardin's Grill.
ES From Hospital to
ville 10c. From Way-
e to Rubber Plant 10c.
ANK DAVIS, Manager
wall of the visitors held the
Mountaineers on the five-yard line
as the game ended. -
Statistics on game:
--Us ::: W, H.
First downs 11 11
Passes attempted .. 2 6
Passes completed ...... ... 2 2
Yds. gained passing .......... 19 19
No. punts .................... ...... 8 5
Avg. yds. of punts ............ 28 29
Penalties inflicted 30 30
Pos. Way'ville Hen'ville
LE Francis ..................... Spears
LT McRorie .................... O'Bryan
LG--Evana .. McCorkls
C Arlington Hawkins
RG Allbright Cole
RT Clark Staton
RE-Jaynes ........ ..................... Pace
QB Henry A. Johnson
LH Yount Strider
RH Wyatt ..........:.......... Nanney
FB Inman . ......... Chandler
Score by periods:
Waynesville 7 13 7 027
Hendersonville .... 0 0 0 0 0
Subs.: Waynesville - Compton,
Fisher, Jackson, Anders, Caldwell,
Gibson, Scruggs, Fie, Harris and
McClure. Hendersonville Sparks,
Anders, Johnson, McMannaway
and Drake. :
Our human laws are but the cop
ies, more or less imperfect, of the
otormi laws. n far as we can
read them. J a m e s Anthony
TTavino nnaliftad a.a executrix
of the estate of Anderson Sanford,
deceased, late oi uaywooa iounty,
MnrrVi nnrnlinsi. this is to notify
all persons having claims against
the estate ol said aeceasea to ex
hibit them to the undersigned at
Waynesville, North Carolina, on or
Kfn tha nth Hav of October. 1942.
or. this notice will be pleaded in
Dar OI tneir recovery. u ycr
1n1ahtrl tn aaid estate will
please make immediate payments.
This t.ne etn aay oi wwum,
, MRS MAKDY SANFORD.
RYwnr.ri of the Estate of An
derson Sanford, deceased.
No. 1116 Oct. 9-16-23-30-Nov
By Jack Sords
n( to fa J2id of Some J(oney ?
n become involved In an ''McldcM wttnout being
Yered ku SM..m PweJkart VAHfliif with flood
Automobile mkI Accident Ifiwiience.
L. N. DAVIS & COMPANY
Real Estate Rentals Insurance
?0NE 77 MAIN ST.
' yta "WT " ,
By Marion Bridges .
The rivalry between Waynesville
and ' Hendersonville is rapidly
reaching the fever height, only sur
passed by Canton. Last Friday
WaynesvUlians did not know what
was taking place when motorcycle
policemen with sirens open led a
number of cars up Main street
But when a band dressed in scarlet
marched up the street they readily
knew that Hendersonville had in
vaded the city.
We like the spirit of the Hender
gonville fans who follow their team,
it is good to see that they have
so much confidence in them and it
adds a lot to the game in both
color and the spirit of the players.
County Group Staging
Bear Hunt In Sherwood
Results Last Week
Alabama 27; Georgia 14.
Georgia Tech 28; Auburn 14.
Kentucky 18 ; West Virginia 8.
Mississippi 20; Tulane 13,
Wake Forest 13; North Carolina
The game Friday night was one
of the most colorful that we have
seen. In fact it could compare
with some colleges. Just before
the opening kiekoff, the Hender
8onville band, dressed in red and
white, and the Waynesvile band,
dressed in gold and blue, marched
down the field in solid rank and
opened the game with the national
anthem. It is very seldom that
anything as colorful as this has
been seen on the local gridiron.
Also at the half both bands per
formed in first class style. Both
towns should be proud of their
This all brings back to our mind
two years ago when the Bearcats
brought their band to Waynesville,
and with the then popular song
hit "Roll Out The Barrel," swept
the favored Mountaineers in de
feat. The Spark for a local band
was kindled and by the next year
Waynesville took their band to
Hendersonville, and performed in
grand style. Now this year they
mingled together and both were
PRETTY GOOD ARMY AT THAT
Did you know that more than
twelve million sportsmen in the
United States have bought fishing
licenses in a single year? It is
said that approximately this many
more do not have to buy licenses
for one reason or another. How
does that leave anybody to play
golf and hoe the garden!
PERHAPS ITS AN AIR RAID
Trappers from over the South
tell us that opossums seem to be
deserting their hollow trees for
ground holes to an increasing ex
tent Ten years ago it was some
thing short of a believe-it-or-not to
find a 'possum denning up in the
ground. Maybe the wat has them
The first two-day bear hunt of
the season in Sherwood Forest got
underway yesterday morning, with
favorable weather conditions, and
numerous signs that would indicate
that bear was plentiful.
The hunt was awarded to W.
Jack Patton, whose name was
drawn recently. And while Mr.
Patton is host, the hunt will be
-i. 1 ..-J 1L. I JVI Ta
IBU1KU Uliucr tile icuji ouifr w
A. Hargrove, a veteran bear hunt
er for the past 40 years. -The
party plans to camp at jLake
Logan and hunt the Sherwood area
from that point.
Those on the hunt include: W.
Jack Patton, J. Boyd Smathers,
Levi Haynes, Roy H. Patton, Von
! H. Byers, Gilbert Parris, Wesley
I Holticlaw, Dr. J. L. Reeves, Dr.
Roy H. Moore, Dr. A. P. Cline, S.
M. Robinson, Bill Coman, Joe A.
Hargrove, A. J. Hutchins, T. A.
Clark. Larry Justice. I. H. and J. T.
Powell, and O. M. Smathers, all of
Canton, and Dr. N. M. Medford,
Felix Stovall, Bragg Wood, and
Bob Boone, of Waynesville ; J ohn
, Tate and Walter Culberson, of
Asheville; Gus Hargrove, and Mr.
Strickland, of Durham.
Guy Teague is along as pho
Western Kentucky Teachers 27;
Eastern Kentucky Teachers 20.
Western Carolina Teachers 12;
High Point 0,
T, P. I. 12; Sewanee 0.
Furman 31; Davidson 13.
Army 13; Columbia 0.
Cornell 21; Colgate 2.
Fordham 28; Texas Christian 14.
Navy 0; Harvard 0 (tie).
Dartmouth 7; Yale 0.
Duke 27; Pittsburgh 7.
Notre Dame 49 ; Illinois 14.
Minnesota 7; Michigan 0. "
Northwestern 14; Ohio State 7.
Wisconsin 27; Indiana 25.
Purdue 7; Iowa 6.
Missouri 6; Nebraska 0.
Kansas 13; Iowa Stats 0.
Texas 40; Rice 0.
California 14; Southern Cali
Nevada 7i Santa Barbara State tographer, and Wallace Shuler is
0. in charge of the camp cooking,
NOTICE . '
Having qualified as Administra
tor of the Estate of Mrs. Artie
Mull, this is to notify all persons
having claims against said estate
to file the same with the under
signed at Waynesville, N. C, on or
before the 15th day of October,
1942, or this notice will be pleaded
in bar of recovery. AH persons in
debted to said estate please make
This October 15th, 1941.
HERBERT H. BRAREN,
No. 1119 Oct. 16-23-30-Nov. 6-13-20.
! Infantile paralysis in U. S.
found only 15 per cent above 1904
Having qualified as administra
trix of the estate of T. W. Fergu
son, deceased, late of Haywood
County, North Carolina, this is to
notify all persons having claims
against the estate of the deceased
to exhibit them to the undersigned
at Waynesville, North Carolina, on
or before the 23rd day of October,
1942, or this notice will be plead
ed in bar of their recovery.
All persons indebted to said es
tate will please make immediate
This the 23rd day of October,
MRS. T. W. FERGUSON,
Administratrix of T. W Fer
guson. No. 1125 Oct. 23-30-Nov. 6-13-
NOTICE OF SUMMONS
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF HAYWOOD.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT.
The Defendant above named will
take notice that an action enti
tled as above has been commenced
in the Superior Court of Haywood
County, North Carolina, by the
Plaintiff against the Defendant
on statutory grounds and the De
fendant will take further notice
that he is required to appear be
fore the Clerk of the Superior
Court of Haywood County, in
Waynesville, North Carolina, on or
before 30 days from November
13th, 1941, and ansver or demur
to the complaint herein filed.'
You will take further "notice that
if you fail to answer or demur to
the complaint within the time re
quired by law. the Plaintiff will
apply to the Court for the relief
demanded in the complaint, namely,
an absolute divorce.
Given under my hand and seal
of the Court, this the 20th day of
C. H. LEATHERWOOD,
Clerk of the Superior Court of
Hayword County, North Carolina.
No. 1122 Oct 23-30-Nov. 6-13
In my opinion as well as some
of the others around town, Hender.
sonville put up about as stiff a
competition as any team that the
locals have been victorious over
this season. Never at any time did
the Bearcats give up, and were
fighting to the last second. They
made several threats and only by
stamina and hard playign on the
part of the Mountaineers were
they held scoreless.
GLAD THEY WEREN'T TUR
Just about the time you decide
that this old world is going along
fairly rational and that you know
a few things after all something
smacks you on the chin so hard
you fall back in the old rut of
believing black is white and white
Latest shock to the uninformed
fisherman is that the white or sil
ver bass is a true bass all right,
but the large and smallmouth bass
are not they belong to the sunfish
HOW YOU FISH FOR THEM BY
The shape af the California fly
ing fish has been likened to that
of the hull of the Bellanca plane,
It has been estimated that in "tak
ing off" this fish attains a speed
of 35 miles an hour. While it can
remain in the air for 30 to 40
seconds, most flights last for only
2 or 3 seconds. It reaches a foot
or more in length and lives in the
open ocean from off Southern Cali
fornia to Baja California.
Two Teams About
For Annual Game
Mountaineers Came Oat Of
Hendersonville Game In
The Mountaineers will journey
to Arden Friday to meet the un
defeated Christ School Greenies in
an afternoon encounter.
This is classed as one of the
toughest games on the schedule
this season and the Mountaineers
are not at all optimistic about the
The records of the two teams
are about even in years past and
always the Greenies have classed
the locals as a hard team to lick
with the Mountaineers having the
same opinion of the Episcopal lads.
The Mountaineers came out of
the Hendersonville affray with only
minor injuries and bruises. The
ankle injuries suffered by Wyatt
and Fisher ssemed to be only
slight and the first of the week
they were as "good as new".
It is expected that a number of
local fans will follow the team
Friday and lend their support from
is seen most irequeniiy on im
ground, from which it gets it name
or "ground dove." It is not mi
gratory and is protected by most
states since is Is not considered a
game bird. And then, of course,
there is the white-winged dove of
our border country which, reports
Veen pointing out, are straying a
little farther north from the border
ench season. They are great gams
' KEEPING TRACK ' "
Don't let anyone kid you when
it comes to how big certain cat
tracks were they saw in the dim
light of the dank swamplands.
The track of a full grown bob-cat
averages from one and one-half to
two inches in length. A mountain
lion's track measures about four
Ice cream is the most popular de
sert in the U. S. Navy. It is to the
sailorman of today what rum used
to be to the sailor of yesterday.
NOTICE SERVING SUMMONS
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT.
CARMEN LUCILE ROBINSON,
VS. v. .
The defendant, Ed Robinson, will
take notice that an action entitled
as above has been commenced in
the Superior Court of Haywood
County, N. C, to secure an abso
lute divorce from said defendant
on grounds of two years separation;
that the said defendant will fur
ther take notice that he is re
quired to appear at the office of
the Clerk of the Superior Court of
said County and State in the Court
house in Waynesville, N. C, within
TWENTY (20) days after the 23rd
day of November, 1941, and an
swer or demur to the complaint filed
in said action or the plaintiff will
apply to the Oourt for the relief
demanded in said complaint.
This October 21, 1941.
C. H. LEATHERWOOD,
Clerk Superior Court of Hay
wood County, N. C. ,
W. R. FRANCIS,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
No. 1124 Oct. 23-30-Nov. 6-13.
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News Item: "Fisherman kills
hawk with his fishing rod when
bird attacked -him while fishing."
The paper even had evidence, it
said. May be so. After all, it's
quite possible , There's just one
little point we're worried about
Perhaps there were snakes in that
country. Maybe the fisherman
wanted to make sure he was pro
tected by taking a little snake
medicine in advance. The more
he took, probably the scareder he
got. Presently a fly buized at
him and he swung at it with his
rod.' , :. .
; Recruits in Uncle Sam's Nary
learn the rudiments of sailing a
boat by actually navigating a ves
sel under the watchful eyes of in
structors. Experience has taught
the navy that this is the fastest,
most thorough method of teaching
are to be reunited,
SAME OLD DOVE
The accepted common name of the
dove, which is growing in popular
ity as a game specie, is "mourning
dove." In many states it is locally
called "turtle dove." In most of
the South there is another specie!
of dove, considerably smaller, which
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