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(One Day Nearer Victory) THURSDAY, SEPT. 21
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
Open Season For
Both Teams; Good
Game In Prospect
Mountaineers Will Average
About 157 Pounds; Several
1941 Stars On Team.
The Waynesville Mountaineers
went through a hard workout last
night under the lights at the stad
ium, in their final hard practice
for their opening game with An
drews here Friday night at eight
o'clock. This also marks the first
1942 game for the Andrews team.
The Mountaineers have- come
through the practice period of seve
ral weeks in fine condition, and
Bryson City Whitewashes Canton
Black Bears By A 6 To 0 Score
The scrap in the National League
over top position is almost equal
to the World Series, itself.
The Brooklyn Dodgers are mak
ing a desperate effort to climb
into the top position held by St.
Louis. General opinion is that the
r&rHinalH will cinch the pennant,
with a light limbering up scnemuea : amj meet the New York Yankees
for this afternoon, the entire squad jn the series which will start on
will be ready for action Friday next Wednesday in the park of the
night. National League winner.
The Waynesville squad goes into j "pne major portion of the pro-
the game Friday night aware on ceeds will go to the United Ser-
what happened with Andrews last
year. The Mountaineers dropped
their only game of the season to the
giidironers from Cherokee county
by a score of 13 to 7.
Word received here this week
vice Organizations, n is esti
mated that if the series goes the
full seven games the proceeds will
be approximately $680,000.
Landis said that the opening
date will stand, "regardless of
about the Andrews team is that it which team wins the National
is fast, and experienced.
The Mountaineers will enter the
But if the St. Louis Cardinals
game averaging about 157 pounds, jwin, the first two games will be
The squad has been working played in Sportman's Park with
hard, and any man that lands a f rida.v, October 2, left open for
berth on the team, will have earned travel. The 3rd, 4th, and 5th gam-
it. There is much competition, ana es then would De piayea on uciu-
many so-called second string men
are pushing first team men hard
for their places.
The probable starting line-up as
given out yesterday by Coach C.
E. Weatherby is:
Ends, Jaynes and Jackson.
Tackles, Constance and Clark.
Guards, Evans and Caldwell.
Center, H. Jaynes,
Backs, Henry, Yount, Arlington,
standing player of 1941 as was his
was made captain. He was an out
standing player of 1Q41 as was his
The high school band has been
put through their paces this week
in preparation for their program
M . . ...
With Purchase off & Pkgs.
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of the attractive FiMta.
Colored Bowla wrth roar
purchase of t package
of Miller Wheat Flakaa.
Choice of 4 colon. Juat
right for serving detV
cioue Miller' Wheat
Flake . . . tha aareal
whh "wake-up flavor."
ber 3, 4, and 5 at Yankee Stadium.
October 6 would be left open
for travel and the sixth game, if
necessary, would be played at St.
Louis on October 7. October 8
would be open and the 7th and
final game would be played in St
Louis on October 9.
If the Dodgers win the pennant,
the rotation between National
and American League cities will
be the same. But the only open
date would be between the 6th and
7th contests. Landis explained
that this was necessary to ar
range for the sale of tickets,
vrfhich are sold in three-game
Originally, it had been intended
to divide the bulk of the series
receipts between the USO and the
Red Cross. But the Red Cross ve
toed the plan because its rules do
not permit the use of its name in
a promotion where another agency
share the receipts.
The seat scale for Yankee Stad
ium ranges from SI. 10 for bleach
ers to $ 6.60 for boxes. It will be
slightly higher if any games are
held in St. Louis because of higher
state and city amusement taxes.
Twenty-five Yannee players
were certified as eligible for the
series, 24 Dodgers, and 23 Cards.
While the series will occupy
much of the sportsman's mind for
the next ten days, it must be re
membered that football gets down
to dead earnest this week-end, with
practically all teams groihg to
When Tennessee and South Car
olina mix on Saturday, Waynes
ville fans will watch with interest
the Gamecock's guard Bill Milner.
Bryson City punched across a
touchdown in the third period Fri
day night to hand the Canton
Black Bears their second defeat
of the season, 6-0.
Fullback Painter hit the center
of the line from the one after J.
Williams had returned a punt to
the 16 and added eight more to
put the ball on the 10. Painter
slammed center four times and
went across on the last try.
Canton took the opening kickoff
all the way to th3 Bryson City
three, but from then on the in
vaders held them at bay. The
Black Bears managed to get to the
Bryson City 19 in the final period.
Bryson City kept plugging along
in the second period after being
stopped in the first and got as
far as the Canton 27- but lost the
ball on downs. The winners also
reached the Canton 20 in the last
period, only to lose the ball on
Canton Pos. Bryson City
Chapman LE Sherrill
Sorrell ..... LT Bishop
Fish LG Erwood
Rickman C Close
Shope RG .... B.Williams
O'Diear .... . .. . RT ... Abbott
H. Smathers ... RE Wright
Owen .... ..... .. QB J. Williams
J. Smathers .... LH White
Carroll RH Goodson
Soesbee ............ FB .... .. . .. Painter
Score by periods:
Bryson City 0 0 6 06
Canton 0 0 0 00
Scoring touchdowns: Painter.
Substitutions: Canton Sutton,
Stanley, Hardin, B. Smathers,
White, Bentley and Ward; Bryson
In this state, Carolina plays
Wake Forest, and Duke meets
Davidson, while North Carolina
State plays Richmond.
Don't Neglect Them!
Nature designed the kidney to do a
marveloue job. Their tuk ia to keep the
flowing blood stream free of an excess of
toxic impurities. The act of living lt
! ia constantly producing wast
matter the kidneys must remove from
the blood if good heath is to endure.
When the kidneys fail to function as
Nature intended, there is retention of
wast that may cause body-wide dis
tress. One may suffer nagging backache,
persistent headache, attacks of dizziness,
getting up nights, swelling, purhness
under the eye feel tired, nervous, all
Frequent, scanty or burning pamages
are sometimes further evidence of kid-
Getting back to baseball, the
Greensboro Red Sox took the Pied
mont League pennant from the
Portsmouth Cubs, Tuesday night
in a 3 and 2 score, before 3,162
Having qualified as Administra
tor of the Estate of Henry R. Win
chester, deceased, late of Haywood
County, N. C, this is to notify all
persons having claims' against said
estate to exhibit them to the un
dersigned at Waynesville, N. C. on
or before the 2nd day of Septem
ber, 1943, or this notice will be
pleaded in bar theruoi. AU per
sons indebted to said estate will
please make immediate settlement.
This September 2, 1943.
R. L. PREVOST,
No. 1231 Sept. 3-10-17-24-Oct.
With Men In Service
Made During The Week
The following reclassifications
were made by the local draft board
during the past week when thirty
men were placed in Class 1-A:
Ronda Daton Henderson, Ellie
Willard Francis. Jr., Garrett P.
Howell, Klaus Hans Rollman, Ar-1
Pvt. Paul C. Blackwell
Transferred To Blanding
Private Paul C. Blackwell, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Rufus H. Black
well, who has completed special
training at the Aberdeen Proving
Grounds, Md., visited his parents
during the week.
Pvt. Blackwell has been in the
thur J. R. Moore, Carl D. Mooney, 'service , since May and was induct
Albert Donald Hawkins, Samuel ed at Fort Jackson, from where he
Rueben Jordan, Lee Roy Beck, Ar-was sent to Maryland He has
ling McGaha, Jerry W. Mehaffey,
Boyd R. Hannah, James Williams,
James H. Leon Yount.
Elford Sutton, William P.
Moody, Thomas G. Moody, Fred
Webb, Dewey McCoy, George F.
Mehaffey, Howard Almarine Best,
Sam Ben Beck, Carl Beasley, Ber
lin A. Vonner, Joseph Frank Mar
tin, John Way McCracken, Bill
G. Hill, James Way Hendrix, Ern
est Bill Williams, and Robert L.
William Clinton Medford was
placed in Class 1-C; Henry Bryson
Rider and Clinton Moss Truitt
were put in Class 3-A ; Gay Wilson
Manus in Class 2-B.
Glenn Cecil Palmer, Jr., was
placed in Class 2-A. Put in Class
2-B were: Bernard Ray Campbell,
Charlie Elbert Giles, and Her-
Placed in Class 1-C were: Jarvis
Vinson Underwood, Jr., Jack Er
vin Rogers, Zeb Vance Trammell,
Richard Harrison Inman, and Wil
liam Marcell Revis.
Put in Class 3-A were: Fred
Brown, Lacy Kermit Rowland,
Jessie Eckles Pressley, and Jack
Placed in Class 4-F were; Jack
R. Whitener, Henry Noland Mes
ser, Carl . Odell Ray, Lee Grant
Clark, James Rufus Inman, Wiley
Caldwell, William Lee Robinson,
Willie Albert Wright, and Donald
vice, Pvt. Blackwell held a position mission soon
Pvt. Robert Plott In
Air Corps Training
assigned to flight training in the
U. S. air corps. Young Plott was
formerly employed by C. E. Ray's
Pvt. J. Boone Reeves
Stationed In Virginia
Pvt. J. Boone Reeves, son of Mr.
and Mrs. C. Reeves, of the Cove
Creek section of the county, is
now stationed at Fort Eustis, Va.
bffore the game and during the
half under the direction of Band
The public address system will
be used, and the lights will be the
best in years.
A best-selling laxative
ALL OVER THE SOUTH
nev or bladder disturbance.
The recognized and proper treatment
is a diuretic medicine to help the kidney
get nd ol excess poisonous boqy waste.
Use Uoan't Pi lit. They have had mora
than forty years of public approval. Are
endorsed the country over. Insist on
Doan'a. Sold at all drug stores.
and tits most folks needs
Follow label Directions
Pvt. J. Gordon Reeves
Stationed In Alabama
Pvt. J. Gordon Reeves, who left
here in the August quota under
the selective service, is now sta
tioned at Camp Sibiet, near Gasd
den, Ala. He is in the detachment
medical department. He was in
ducted in the service at Camp
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF
The defendant above named will
take notice that an action entitled
as above has been commenced in
the Superior Court of Haywood
County, N. C, to secure a divorce
on the ground of two years sepa
ration; and the said defendant will
further take notice that he is re
quired to appear on or before the
12 day of Nov., 1942, at the Court
House in Waynesville, N. C, and
answer or demur to the complaint
in said action or the plaintiff will
apply to the Court for the relief
demanded in said complaint.
This the 23rd day of Sept., 1942.
C H. LEATHERWOOD,
Clerk of Superior Court, Haywood
No. 1240 Sept. 24 Oct. 1-8-15.
Albert Birchfield U. S.
Navy Visits Parents
Albert Birchfield, 20, U. S. Navy,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Lon Birchfield,
of Lake Juhaluska, who is now
stationed at Great Lakes, 111., is
spending 9 days furlough with his
Young Birchfield volunteered at
the Asheville recruiting station
six weeks ago.
NOTICE OF SERVING SUM
MONS BY PUBLICATION
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF HAYWOOD.
LETTIE, EVANS, Plaintiff
GRADY EVANS, (GRADY LET
The Defendant, Grady Evans
(Grady Letterman), will take no
tice that an action entitled as above
has' been commenced in the Super
ior Court of Haywood County,
North Carolina, wherein the Plain
tiff seeks an absolute divorce from
the Defendant: and that the de
fendant Grady Evans (Grady Let
terman) will further take notice
that he is required to appear at
the Office of the Clerk of the Su
perior Court of Haywood County,
North Carolina, in the Courthouse
at Waynesville, North Carolina,
within thirtv days after the 8th
day ol October, 1942, and answer
or demur to the complaint m said
action, or the Plaintiff will apply
to the Court for the relief demand
ed in said complaint.
This the 8th day of September,
Asst. Clerk of the Superior Court
of Haywood County, North Caro
. . Una.
No. 1236 Sept. 10-17-24 Oct. 1
The folio wing correction is made
in the story of the barbecue which
was held last week by the Una-
gusta; Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Scrug
gs, should have been Mr. and Mrs,
Roscoe Waddell, and in place ol
the names of Mr. and Mrs Fred
Green, there should have been Mr
and Mrs. Lewis Green and Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Campbell.
recently been transferrer! to 107th
Ord. Bn., Camp Blanding, Fla.
Prior to his entering the ser
Three Brothers In Service
The three brothers shown above, sons of Mrs. John R. Carswel' I
of Waynesville, have made rapid progress in the U. S. Army. SamnJ
1 ' n i' rt maw BaAAn1 llailfonQnf. Ta1h T3 : .. 1 , , "CI.
. r.t ing-f in tns 1 9Cli, Tnf.n... t . H
and Rufus (right) is taking officer training and will receive b.
with the Champion Paper and Fibre
Company in Canton.
Make Fine Records
The three sons of Mrs. John R.
Carswell, of Waynesville have
made fine records as soldiers in the
Private Robert Plott, son of Mr. jU. S. Army. The brothers-Sam-
' 1 a r ....I) 0. lAkM DiAhn H
here for Camp Croft on September , Carswell, 24, and Rufus T. Cars
11th, with the August quota of well, 22-left Waynesville m Oc
draftees, has been transfered to 1940, with Company H, 120th
St.' PprrWr Yin.-. wher ia .
a commission as stcond lieutenant
on oept. 4.
jonn Kicnara, also a gradut
oi me waynesvme high school,
nua recwjveu several promotions
ana is now nrst sergeant with M
neauiuai LeiB company ol the 120t',
Infantry at Fort Jackson.
Rufus Thomas is takine offiJ
training at Fort Benning, and r.j
ictcivc a uuiniiussion as a secoa
lieutenant in about two months
All three received their initial
training with Company H of Wav
Their record follows;
Samuel, a graduate of the Way
nesville high school, was selected i nesville. Their father is the lati
to attend officers training school (John K. Uirswell, Waynesvill,
at Fort Benning, Ga., and received merchant.
NOTICE SERVING SUMMONS
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT.
JENNIE R. HENRY, SALLIE
LOU JUSTICE, ELIZABETH
MOODY, RECTOR MOODY,
W. H. LINER, MYRTLE CON-
NELL, WALTER CONNELL,
ETHEL WATSON, LEONAKU
LINER, MARY LINER,
MARK LINER, JR., ETTA
LINER GAMBREL, AND
TOWN OF WAYNESVILLE.
The defendants Myrtle Connell,
Walter Connell, Ethel Watson,
Jess Watson, Leonard Liner, Mary
Liner, Mark Liner, Jr., Etta Liner
Gambrel, will take notice that
action entitled as above has been
commenced in the Superior Court
of Haywood County, North Caro
lina, to foreclose liens for taxes
due Haywood County; and said de
fendants Will further take notice
that they are required to appear
at the Office of the Clerk of Su
perior Court of said connty at the
Courthouse in Waynesville, North
Carolina, within thirty (38) days
after the 6th day of October, 1942,
and answer or demur to the Com
plaint of said action or the plain
tiff will apply to the court for the
relief demanded in said Complaint.
This the 2nd days Sept., 1942.
Asst. Clerk Superior Court,
No. 1234 Sept. 8-10-17-24.
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