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TRSDAY, SEPT. 17, 1942 (One pay Nearer Victory)
THE WAYNES VILLE MOUNTAINEER
Dual Sspsidl l!
Ronton Drops Opener
io Hickory By 6 and 2
due to a
U their season's football opener
FV . .. p-Mq nicht. 6-2. and
n cKory i."-. - -
I. the services oi
U., star halfback,
Lken right leg received in the
.nd period oi me gome.
Coach Scarborough's Hickory
eVen held the Bears pretty well
. bay and gave up a safety in the
M quarter w"c" ""c"ci u"
r j v.. il.
fjnton line as he attempted to
lick out 1 rolll ms uvn enq wins.
he visitors were put on their own
teven-yaru i """'wn a
lathers got off a 53-yard quick
Hickory registered in the second
uarter. Getting the ball on their
n 38, the visitors cracked Can
on's line for three first downs to
-each Canton's 29. A short pass
from Parker to Havnaer put the
Li! on the 21 and then barker
passed to Buff, an end, in the end
m for the toucnaown.
Miller's leg was broken just
' , i if ,i ru
prior to me nitmij nwic. vu
Lervers reported that Miller at
tempted to break up Hickory's in
terference on a running play ana
hen he fell to the ground his leg
Lag stepped on and broken.
A crowd of 1,500 attended the
season s opener. .
Canton (2) Pot. Hickory (6)
Soesbee ............ LE .. Havnaer
Sorrells LT Winkler
Fish LG , Camp
Rickman C Wilson
Shope RG Huffman
White RT Frye
H. Smathers .... RE Buff
Owen QB Parker
J. Smathers .... LH . Pope
Miller RH Hallman
Carroll FB ...... Greene
Score by periods :
Hickory .............. ..... 0 6
Canton .......... 0 0
Subs: Hickory Bolich, Murphy,
J. Jackson; Canton G. Stamey,
Hardin, B. Smathers, O'Diear,
CONVERTED GUARD - - By Jack Sords
Rev. S. R. Crockett, Pastor.
Sunday school 10 a. m., Paul
Preaching services at 11 a. m
and 8 p. m., except 2nd and 6th
Sundays. On these dates the pas
tor preaches at Bethel in the morn
ing and at services as usual in the
evening at the Hazelwood church.
Young People's Union at 7:16.
On next Sunday morning the
pastor will have as his subject,
"The Wrong Blackout."
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Haywood football players have
a habit of going on up the grid
iron ladder after leaving the coun-
Starts Off New
Year's Work Today
Mrs. Jule Noland, chairman of
program for the Parent Teacher
Association of Lake Junaluska
school, will be in charge of the
program to be presented on Thurs
ty. Some of the county's best day afternoon at 3 o'clock at the
players have made national names
for themselves, all the way from
All-American on down.
This year Bill Milner as a jun
ior at the University of South
Carolina is expected to stay in the
sDortlicht of big-time football
Last year he was an outstanding
sophomore player at guard. Bill
is expected to gather m many
honors this season for the Game'
Down at Chapel Hill, Jimmy
Stringfield, a six footer, and tip
Dine the scales at 200, will make
many a hole for the runner at his
place at tackle in the line. Jimmy
played good ball here several
years, and he should also hang up
some honors this season.
Several of the graduates of the
1941 Mountaineer squad are in the
army or on defense jobs.
Last week, Richard Inman, cap
tain and full back, joined the 60
men from Western North Carolina
in making up a marine battalion.
If he fights like he carried the ball
in 1941, he'll give the Japs and
Germans a fit.
Billy Fisher, the fighting half
back of '41, is in service, and do
ing his bit to carry his country's
flag to victory.
Joe Francis, an outstanding end
, of the '41 champions, is helping to
make planes in a Baltimore factory.:.'";
Canton will be well represented
on the Wake Forest team this year
by Don Hipps, a former Black
Bear star. He has been mentioned
frequently in pre-season predic
tions as one player the team will
rely on heavily.
Up in New York on October 12,
the heavyweight title bout between
Champion Joe Louis and Billy Conn
will be staged. The event will be
at Yankee Stadium, at four o'clock.
Conn and Louis are now soldiers in
Uncle .Sam's army, and were
friendly when they met. They acted
just like two soldiers on furlough
school, the opening meeting of the
current school term.
Mrs. Jerry Liner, president of
the group, urges all members and
teachers to attend as the goals of
the organization will be set up for
the coming year. '.
Serving with Mrs Liner will
be the following officers and chair
men; vice president, Mrs. Homer
Owen ; secretary, Mrs. Tyson Cath
ey ; treasurer, Mrs. Edward Gla
vich; chairman of budget and
finance committees, Edward Gla
vich and Tyson Cathey; Founder's
Day, Mrs. Jule Noland and Mrs.
W. H. Burgin.
Membership, Mrs. Mary Wil
liams and Mrs. James Noland;
program, Mrs- Jule Noland; pro
cedures and by-laws, Mrs. R. H.
Terrell; publications, Mrs. Guy
Messer; publicity, Mrs.: Guy Ful
bright; hospitality, Mrs. Carey
McCracken and Mrs. Palmer; his
torian, Mrs. Horace Crawford. j
Question : Should all timber cut
for firewood be seasoned first?
Answer: Although most trees do
require seasoning before they are
used as fuel, the small amount of
moisture in some timber at the
time of cutting makes seasoning
almost unnecessary. Among such
trees are black locust, shagbark
hickory, lodgepole pine, American
beech, Virginia or scrub pine,
white ash, red pine and a few
Bethel PTA Board
Meets Today 2:30
The executive board of the Beth
el PTA will meet this afternoon
at 2:30, in a special meeting.
The board members are: Mrs.
Horace Peek, Mrs. Harris Sentelle,
Miss Adeline Boone, Mrs. W. P.
Whitesides, Miss Agnes Reeves,
Mrs. Guy Wels, Mrs. Paul Hyatt,
Mrs. E. B. Rickman, Mrs. Clef tor
Terrell, Mrs. Tucker, Mrs. J. D.
Moore, Mr. Francis, Mrs. I. A.
McLain, Mrs. C. Church, Mrs. M.
Hoyle, Miss Davis, Mrs. Keller,
Miss Boyd, Mrs. Welch Singleton,
and Mrs. Hugh Terrell
The principal of the school, W.
P. Whitesides, will also be present.
Question: How can one deter
mine which hens to cull from the
Answer : If the comb is blood
red and waxy, the hen is on the
job; if the comb is pale and
shriveled, she is loafing. If the
bird belongs to one of the common
yellow-skin? varieties and if she
is laying, the color will be faded
or bleached out. Also the skin
of the layer has a soft texture,
while the non-layer has a hard, dry
skin that is relatively tight. Then,
too, the laying hen has a soft,
pliable abdomen and well-spread
Question: What are the symp
toms of internal parasites in
Answer: Loss of flesh and diar
rhea are the principal symptoms.
As the condition becomes more se
rious, the skin turns pale, and in
extreme cases the skin under the
jaw becomes baggy from the ac
cumulation of fluid there. Drench
ing with a recommended drug, such
as phenothiazine or a copper sul
phate-nicotine sulphate mixture,
has proved effective treatment.
Out Good In
Opening: bate Set for 25th
August Andrews In Night
Game Here; Others
The Waynesville Mountaineer's
1942 football squad, after two
weeks of hard physical drill,
is getting into shape for their
opening game on September 25.
Many new faces will be seen in the
starting lineup this season.
The local griders suffered heav
ily from graduation last season,
losing such men as Captain Rich
ard "Scratch" Inman, Harry Evans,
Fisher and Wyatt out cf the back
fti Id and Francis, McP.orie, Al
bright, and others whore places
will be hard to fill in the line.
Men who are showing up as
promising material for the cur
rent season are Henry and Yount,
two veteran backs, Scruggs and
Arrington, the latter a 200-pound-er
who switched from his center
position last season to the fullback
position. Other backs showing
promise are: Rogers, Harris and
Davis. The line will be made up
of B. Jaynes, Clark and Evans,
veterans of last season supported
by Caldwell, Medford and Hoyle,
According to Coach Carleton
Weatherby, there are several kinks
that will have to be ironed out of
the line, but on a whole the 1942
team is showing good prospect.
The Mountaineeer schedule has
been undergoing many changes in
the last two weeks due to the Blue
Ridge Conference not being active
this year and games scheduled
with teams of the conference hav
ing to be filled in with prep schools
or any team that is available. Due
to the shortage of coaches in the
various schools the Blue Ride
Conference seems to be discontin
ued for the duration.
The tentative schedule of the
Mountaineers follows: ,
Sept. 25 Andrews at Waynes
Oct. 3 Asheville School, there.
Oct. 9 Bryson City, here, night.
Oct. 16 Canton at Waynesville,
Oct. 23-Hendersonville, there.
Oct 30 Christ School at Way
Nov 6 Mars Hill, there.
Nov. 13 Open.
Nov. 20 Open.
Nov. 2fi Canton at Canton, afternoon.
A triple program Is being arrang
ed by the First Baptist church
for Sunday, September 27, accord
ing to Rev. H. G. Hammett, pastor.
The observance of Sunday School
Promotion Day, a church rally, and
featuring two soldiers from Camp
Croft will be the program during
the morning worship hour.
Complete details of the events
will be announced more fully next
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