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(One Day Nearer Victory) THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8, l9 J
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
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Rflouiniaiiieers '-.mmttd For -Strong ISirysoini wqj leai
Asheville School 33-0
Neither Team Has
Game Starts Here Friday
Night At Eight; Good
Game Is Prediction.
The undefeated Waynesville
Mountaineers will meet the Bryson
City eleven, also undefeated on the
local gridiron Friday night with
the opening kick-off slated for 8:00.
The visitors have the hest team in
the history of the school. The line
Is heavy and powerful and the
backs are fast and tricky. The
Bryson griders will be paced by
Captain Williams, supported by
fullback Painter, who has been
gaining much ground this year.
The Bryson team is undefeated,
having downed Canton 6 to 0 and
rolled over Robbinsville, and have
been working hard for their tus
sle with the Mountaineers Friday.
Coaches Weatherby and Ratcliff
have been putting the Mountain
eers through their paces this week
in preparation for the hard game
that is anticipated with Bryson
Frwlav nie-ht. Several
of the second stringers are show
ing much improvement and are
pushing for position on the first
eleven. Some of the more prom
ising are Scruggs, Gibson, Nichols
and McClure, and before the clos
ing gun of the Bryson game they
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College football scouts would do
well to keep their eyes on the
local griders, especially Evans,
right guard. In the Asheville
Khnni nme last week, he did al
most the impossible when he plow
ed through five linemen to get me
ball carrier and saved the day in
not letting the Blues reach pay
Here's how it happened. Ashe
ville lined up in punt formation
and instead of punting dropped
back to throw a forward pass.
Evans dropped back in the defense
area to protect the section back of
center. Instead of throwing a long
pass to either flank or down the
center, where the local backfield
men had their men covered leav
ing the center of the field clear, a
short pass to the line of scrimmage
was made. All of Waynesville's
linemen had rushed the passer,
leaving five Asheville linemen and
the nass receiver in the open. Not
to be outdone, Evans did not mind
the heavy odds that were against
him and plowed into the hve line
men, spilling them and making
the tackle with only slight gain,
where otherwise it could have been
pftsilv a score. Evans is only one
of the locals that are showing up
nicely this season.
ni. WavnMville Mountaineer!
added their second straight victory
of the season to their list last aai
the tram Died the
Blues ' of Asheville School, on the
.Unn nf th Cardinals over
the New York Yankees, by taking
four out of five games in me
While the fans are shouting
themselves hoarse, the Cardinal
players are busy banking $6,192.60
that each received for their ser
vices in five games. The Yankees
got $3,351.76 for their part.
For the five games, 276,717
people paid admissions; amount
ing to $1,105,249. The U. S. O. got
$100,000 paid for radio time, mak
ing a tota of $362,926 received
from the series.
TUtr mnnv lota of people
plenty of excitment and an unex
Dected result for most fans that's
a typical world series.
To Buy '
We Pay Highest Cash
C. D. KETNER, Owner
It is all over but the shouting
and that will go on out in St. Louis
for a long time, as they celebrate
will probably see action. .
Due to minor injuries susiainea
in th a Asheville School game last
week, Jackson, Henry and Bruce
Jaynes will probably be slowed
down from their regular.iast pace.
The probable starting lineup for
the Mountaineers win nna jacK
son at left end, Constance at left
tarkle. Caldwell at left guard and
H. Jaynes over the ball. The right
side of the line will find Evans at
guard, Clark at tackle, B. Jaynes
nt AnH. Tn the backfield. Henry at
quarter, Scruggs left half, Yount
right half and Arrington at run
Due to curtailment of manufacture of parts, we urge
you to have your radio checked as soon as possible.
On All Makes See
Miller Radio Service
WE HAVE A COMPLETE STOCK OF TUBES
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
10 Years Experience
Saturday brought a number of
upsets in football, with experts
taking a teriffic tumble in the num
ber of correct predictions.
Wake Forest trampled Duke iv
to 7, while North Carolina rolled
over the South Carolina Game
cocks 18 to 6. This was the first
time since 1926 that the Wake For
est Deacons have defeated the
Duke Blue Devils.
North Carolina State edged out
Clemson by one point in a 7 to 6
Georgia Tech lashed Notre
Dame 13 to 6,
Tennessee ran over Fordham 40
to 14. .,
Hunters are reauested to be
doubly cautious this season when
in the vicinity of telephone lines,
lest their gunshots accidentally
damage vital telephone equipment
which must be kept working full
time in interest of the war effort.
With the armed forces and war
industries deoendine so heavily on
telephone communication, it is es
pecially important that every line
be kept in service at all times.
To An thin, it is essential to
keep the equipment free of dam-
age. Shots fired near telepnone
wires or cables may miss their
mark and accidentally cut a wire
or shatter an insulator. Aside
from niittina' scores or DOSSibly
hundreds of telephones out of ser
vice, this might interfere with an
important war call.
W. L. Lampkin, local manager
of Southern Bell Telephone and
Telegraph Company, says that
caution against accidental dam
age to telephone facilities is just
another of the simple but vitally
important ways in which civilians
can help assure the best possible
telephone service for the calls of
letter's field, in a 83 to 0 score.
The Mountaineers had an easy
Hm in defeating" their ODDOnents,
and who in the past years, have
proven one I the tougnesi iesm
the local gridironers play.
Henry, Mountaineer quarterback,
scored three touchdowns two on
runs of 35 and 25 yards, and an.
other on a nass from Yount that
clipped off 35 yajrds.
Arrington completed a moun
taineer drive by crashing through
the line into pay dirt, and the fifth
Waynesville score came when Har
ris intercepted a Blue aerial and
sramnered fifi yards to score. .
Constance and Evans led the
Mountaineer line play. The block
ing of the winners was a ieaxure.
Pos. Waynesville Asheville
T.K Javnes . ......... ... ..... Hendrix
LT Constance Banks
Lfi Owens Carr
C H. Jaynes ................ Hardwick
RG Evans Steketee
RT Clark ... Straus
RE Jackson Widman
QB Henry Gantt
T.H Yount ' Crawford
RH Harris Chapman
FB Arrington Lipscomb
Score by periods:
Waynesville ..: -6 7 14 633
Asheville School ....0 0 0 0 0
Scorinsr touchdowns: Henry (3),
Arrington and Harris.
The home demonstration club
mt with Mrs. Irene Hudson on
Friday afternoon to her new home.
Fifteen members were present,
oi.n tvA vinitnra. Miss Hester
Owen and Miss Maria Palmer.
After the report of project lead
ers, the topie lor siuay "u uw
onstration was "Fashions for Vic
tory." The club studied many
ready-made dresses and will make
niH Hrpsses tn conform with
war regulations and still have at
tractive and becoming clotnes.
The club agreed to assist in ine
gathering of scrap.
During the social hour Mrs. una
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son served delicious reiresnmems.
In November there will be an
all-day meeting with Mrs. Tom
Miss Terrell Honored
At Western Carolina
Sara Phillia Terrell, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Terrell, of
Waynesville, was recently elected
to the office of proctor ol Moore
Dormitory, by the women resi
dents of same dormitory at West
ern Carolina Teachers Colleg at
The duties of these proctors are
G. M. Carver.
Social Committee. Louise Farton.
Marion Ellis Howell. Lois Cald
well and B. J. Morrow.
Others that were present were:
Francis Boyd, Max Allison, Jack
Allison, Jimmie Meadows, Tucker
Parton. Billy Howell. J. D. Mead
ows and William Meadows.
Several farmers and farmers
wives met at the Rock Hill school
on Friday with J. C. Brown, of
Wavnesville. to discuss plans for
producing more food for the com
ing year. We hope to have classes
soon for the study of producing
more beef, poultry, eggs, hogs, mut
ton and vegetables.
Miss Jeannette Dillard spent last
week-end visitiner her family in
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Upset By Canton
To Tune Of 7-0
Canton's high's quarterback, C.
S. Owen, intercepted a pass and
ran 80 yards for a touchdown at
Canton Friday night and then
helped his mates repulse numerous
Morganton high drives as the
Bears upset the highly favored
Playing before a turnout of 1,
500 fans, the Bears scored midway
of the opening period. The Wild
cats drove into Canton territory
and Simpson's pass was grabbed
by Owen on the Canton 20. The
Bear signal-caller sprinted to pay
dirt and Frank Hardin crashed
through the line for the extra
POint.'' ' :y -
From here on out the invaders
nushed the Bears all over the field
but couldn't score. The Wildcats
went to the Canton 12 in the sec
end period, to the 11 and then the
4 in the third session, and finally
to the three-yard line in the iourtn
only to be stopped on each drive
by the stubborn Bears.
Morganton piled up 17 first
downs to Canton's one ; and wallop
ed the Bears in every phase of
gridiron play except in scoring,
which is the most important.
Two weeks ago Morganton scor
ed a 7-6 win over Charlotte high
and entered Friday night's fray
favored to win by several touch
downs. The lineups:
Canton (7) Morganton fO)
LE Chapman Ross LE
LT Soesbee Eakers LT
LGR. Stamey Miller LG
C Carroll Wilson -C
RG Shope Oxford RG
RT Sorrells Perkins RT
RE B. Smathers Mode RE
QB Owen Rocket QB
LH H. Smathers Simpson LH
RHG. Stamey Read RH
FB-J. C. Smathers Poteet FB
Score by periods :
Morganton .............. 0 0 0 00
Canton 7 0 0 07
Scoring touchdowns; Owen. Ex
tra points r Hardin (line) . Subs :
Canton Sutton, Hardin, Pressley,
Morganton, nuason, urasweii.
The Methodist Youth Fellowship
members met with Mrs. G. M. Car
ver. Fridav nisrht. octoDer js.
The new officers elected were as
President. Marv Parton: Vice-
President. HaDDv Hudson: Secre
tary, Polly Allison; Treasurer, Mrs.
. UIt J-
council, to grant generj TT
ed her. ws. very' aeu
tr curriculum activity r I
member of the w.8
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tary of TTw. Z
of the Western Carolina w!3
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firadv Howell has returned from
South Carolina where he sold a
truck load of cattle.
Misa T.aura Allen who is attend
ing school at Mars Hill, was home
for the week-end.
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Macaroni 2 cans 230 J:r .. i
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Del Monte . . 2-25C Boxes j
Raisins 15 oz.pkg. 150 Only 400 J.F.G. - - lb. pkg. 30
Breakfast Bacon - lb. 290
CURED HAM - - - lb. 430
Cheese Spread - lb. 390
Sandwich Meats --lb. 330
Kraft Dinner 3 pkgs. 27
Millers (Bowl FREE)
Wheat Flakes-2 bxs 25
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12 Oz. Can
196 2 pkgs. 25
CEREAL - 2 pkgs. 29;
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2 Lg. 400
2 Sm. 150
2 Large Packages
2 P&G Soap
DUST MOP-49'Value -
Heinz No. 2 Can
Oven Baked Beans - -150
IS Oz. Jar Pure
Fig Preserves - - - - 250
Tenderoni - - 2 pkgs. 49
1 Package FRtb
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100 Lb. Bag
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73 Lb. m
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