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(One Day Nearer Victory) THURSDAY, NOVEMBER i9
THE WAYNES VILLE MOUNTAINEER
Up 65 Points Against
Tryon Here Last Friday
The Waynesville Mountaineers
completed their home schedule last
week by downing a tryon eleven
by a score of 65 to 0, with the locals
using some 45 players in the game.
The Waynesvile griders started
crossing the pay dirt marker early
in the first period with the regulars
running wild when Coach Weather
by began sending in substitutes.
The second team also began scoring
at random and the little boys under
the direction of Coach Carl Rat
cliff were sent in to do their stuff.
The did, playing the bigger part
of three quarters the lightweight
team also put on the pressure and
scored at random. The defensive
ability of these little fellows was
also a brilliant thing to watch.
The feature of the game came on
the kickoff at the beginning of the
second half. Tryon kicked to the
third stringers of the Mountaineers
the ball going to "Bub" Teague on
the one yard line. "Bub"' began
his advance from that point and
was not stopped until he crossed
the goal line, a run of 99 yards.
The defeat of Tryon only leaves
one more team in the way of the
Mountaineers to complete a perfect
season, Canton on Thanksgiving
day, markes the end of the season
for the locals.
Pos. Waynesville Tryon
LB Jackson . M. Edwards
LT Clark Martin
LG Evans Morris
C McClurc- Butler
RG Caldwell Bishop
RT Constance G. Edwards
QB Henry Brown
LH Scruggs Melton
Rll Yount McKarg
FB Arrington .. .. . Beatson
QUICK RELIEF FROM
Symptoms of Distress Arising from
due to EXCESS ACID
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Must Help or it Will Cost You Nothing
Overtwo million bottles of the WILL AKD
TREATMENT havebeen sold for relief of
symptomsof distress arising from Stomach
and Duodenal Wears due to Excess Acid
Poor Digestion, Sour or Upset Stomach,
tSasslness, Heartburn, Sleeplessness, etc.,
due to Excess Acid. Sold on 16 days' trial!
Ask for "Wlllard's Message" which fully
explains this treatment Ires at
Smith's Cut-Rate Drug Store
Fuel Oil Held Today
The dates for holding the con
sumer registration for applicants
using fuel oil, diesel oil, or kero
sene for domestic, institutional and
agricultural uses have been set
for Thursday and Friday of this
week, it was learned from the local
In the Waynesville area M. G.
Stamey, chairman of the fuel oil
advisory panel and his committee
composed of Riifus Siler and Ben
Sloan will assist with the registra
tions. Jack Messer, county sup
erintendent, who is instructing the
teachers who will serve as regis
trars in the county, is also assisting.
Registration centers on the two
day period will open at 10:00 o'clock
each morning and close at 6 o'clock.
Any person using fuel oil, diesel
oil and kerosene even in small
amounts will be required to regis
ter. Registration centers will be as
follows; citizens : of Waynesville,
East Waynesville and Hazelwood
will register at the courthouse ; lo
cal colored people at the school
Citizens of the following areas
will register at their prospective
school building's: Aliens Creek
Saunook, Dellwood, Maggie, Rock
Hill, Fines Creek, Cataloochec, Big
Creek and Crabtree.
Whenever mention is made of
North Carolina's all-star team, the
name of Stanley Henry is sure to
come up as one of the backs which
will play down in Charlotte against
all-stars from South Carolina.
Henry has bad a good season with
the Mountaineers, and his work is
destined to carry him up the ladder
to receive some worthy honors
when the season is over and honors
are passed around.
This is the season when most
sports centers around the Rose
Bowl game and the one great
question WHO? This season, the
most frequently heard answer is
Georgia Tech, with Georgia as
second place. With the two schools
so near to be at the top of the
list reminds one of the years past
when Carolina and Duke were fre
quently mentioned to get the bid.
The first great hurdle for the
Rose Bowl game has been cleared
out of the way, since the army
has given official approval for the
game to be played on New Years.
grinding out hard practice this
soil, the Blue Devils of Duke are
brinding out hard practice this
week in preparation for State,
which so far has not tasted defeat
in the state. Last year Duke de
feated the "Pack" 56 to 6, and
Blue Devil coaches are warning
the Durham team that State will
be out for revenge. Duke and
Several hundred acres a week, in
Panama and Costa Rica are being
cut from the jungle and seeded, to
Manila fibre plants as a step to
ward filling the United Nations'
need for rope.
Score by periods:
Waynesville 23 7 21 1405
Tryon ...... 0 0 0 0 0
Scoring touchdowns: bcruggs,
Hunrv. Davis. Fie. Teague. Hen-
drix (2), Hosaflook, Phillips. Points
after touchdown: Yount, Arrington,
Fie, Rogers, Phillips (15). Hosa
flook and Green.
fk MIMSIK i
AMERICA'S MOBILITY ON THE HOME FRONT
DEPENDS ON YOU--
and your thousands of fellow-motorists who command
the horsepower of the country.
was created to serve America and American" motor
ists by establishing an alliance of car and truck
operators cooperating to ''save the wheels that serve
WATKINS CHEVROLET CO.
is Waynesville Headquarters of the
VICTORY SERVICE LEAGUE
You are invited to join this nation-wide organization
of car and truck owners who are uniting in a great
crusade of car conservation as a patriotic duty in
these times. . ,'
Come in today for your free mem&ership card and
car emblem. And bring your car in. for a free con
FOR SALE Hampshire Red ca-
- pons. 25c per pound alive. See
Lindon Smathers, Jones Cove
Road, Clyde, N, C, or write
Waynesville, Rt. 2. Nov. 5-19
By Jack Sords
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FOR RENT Furnished apartment
four room, porch and bath. 100
Pigeon Street. W. T. Shelton.
FOR SALE 9 head of calves. J.
W. Crawford, Willits, N. C.
Waynesville Headquarters of the National
VICTORY SERVICE LEAGUE
THROW YOUR SCRAP INTO THE SCRAP!
FOR RENT Four rooms acre
garden good spring. $6.00 a
month. About one mile from
Hazelwood corn land joining.
H, G. Stone. . Nov. 19.
HELP WANTED Will give 2
room apartment and small sal
ary to settled woman or couple
in return for light household
duties and cure for semi-invalid
5 days a week. Mountaineer A.
FOR SALE Lionel Electric train
with extra track and light sig
nals'; good as new. Girls' used
Elgin Bicycle, size 26. Girl's
camel hair coat, size 12, good
condition. Portable Remington
typewriter. Call 170-J. Nov.. 19
WANTED Girls for cafeteria
work. 18 years of age up. No
experience necessary. Write or
apply to Harvey's Cafeteria,
Durham, N. C, for interview.
Nov. 19-26-Dec. 3-10-17-24-31.
WANTED A good Reliable man
to supply customers with Raw
leigh Products. Write Raw
leigh's, Dept. NCK-245-127, Rich
mond, Va. " Nov. 19.
FOR RENT Stoker heated apart
ment, vacated November 27th.
Private entrance, front and rear.
Electric kitchen, living room, bed
room, kitchenette, sleeping porch,
bath. 425-M 24 Pigeon St.
I Dick Covington To
Game At St. John's
Dick Covington, international
tennis star, will staee an exhibi
tion t.pnnia Tierformanee at St.
John's court, Waynesville, on Sat
urday, November ; zlst, at zim p.
A mono- ot her coveted tennis
honors, Mr. Covington has won the
North England Doubles Champion
ship at Liverpool with Jacques
Brugnpn, former French Davis
Cup player, several years ago. ;
Waynesvile residents can still
recall the nerformances of Mr.
Covington at St. John's this past
summer, when he played in another
No admission will be charged,
WANTED 2 or 3 rooms for light
house-keeping, furnished or un
furnished. Would consider board
for working Couple with child in
first grade. Must be near school.
Reply "Couple" Box 511, Way
nesville. Nov. 19
FOR RENT Six room house on
Main St. in Hazelwood. Phone
Waynesville 77, or Canton 4165,
Carolina tied last Saturday on a
13-13 score, and State has already
defeated Carolina', which does not
add any smiles to the prospects of
the Blue Devils.
Carolina is taking a rest period :
in preparation for Virginia on j
Davidson proved themselves a
touchdown better than Washington
and Lee Saturday as they won 21-
The most exciting game nearer
home was the Knoxville-Asheville
contest, in which the Maroons kept
up their winning streak by a 27
to 0 score.
Other games of Saturday includ
Georgia Tech 7, Alabama 0.
Auburn 25, Louisiana State U. 7.
Georgia 40, Chattanooga 0.
Tennessee 14, Mississippi 0.
Furman 6, South Carolina 0.
Maryland 27, Virginia 12.
Vanderbilt 27, Union (Tenn) 0.
Richmond 26, Hampden Sydney
Miami 12, Florida 0.
Mississippi State 28, Duquesne 6.
Pay Respects To
At their regular third Monday
meeting held this week the Hay
wood county board Of commission
ers passed the following resolu
tion in respect of the late Robert
T. Boyd, former member of the
board who was re-elected to serve
for a nother term two days prior
to his death: '
"WHEREAS on the 5th day of
November, 1942, death removed
from our midst the Honorable Rob
ert T. Boyd, long a valuable mem
ber of the board of county com
missioners and long a leader in
civic and political circles; and
"WHEREAS, the county and
state has suffered a severe loss
in his passing;
"NOW THEREFORE, the board
of commissioners of Haywood
county in regular session oh this
the 16th day of November, 1942,
does hereby adjourn its said meet
ing out of respect to the memory
of the said Robert T. Boyd.
"IT IS ORDERED that a copy
of this resolution be spread upon
the minutes of the board of county
commissioners of Haywood coun
ty and that a copy hereof be im
mediately transmitted to the mem
bers of the family of the deceased
and that a copy of these proceed
ings be furnished the press.
Done at regular session this the
16th day of November, 1942.
GEO. A. BROWN, JR,
D. J. NOLAND, :
: Member of the Board.
. J. R. HIPPS,
Member of the Board.
The pressure eroun that always
wins when it gets aroused is the
TENNESSEE VALLEY AUTHOR
ITY Reservoir Clearance labor
era wanted immediately The
Tennessee Valley Authority has
immediate need for 100 workers
in connection ; with reservoir
clearance labor; the rate of pay
is fifty cents an hour. Those
interested in immediate employ
ment should apply to the local
office of the United States Em
ployment .Service or the Author
ity's personnel office located in
Bryson City. Persons employed
in war work should not apply.
Relief ill Last
For Your Cough
Creomulslon relieves promptly be
C&use It goes right to the seat of the
trouble to help loosen and expel
germ laden phlegm, and aid nature
to soothe and heal raw, tender, in
flamed bronchial mucous mem
branes. Tell your druggist to sell you
a bottle of Creomulslon with the un
derstanding you must like the way it
quickly allays the cough or you are
to have your money back.
for Coughs, Chest Colds, Bronchitis
About one-fifth of the families
in the United States live on farms
and make their livelihood there, ac
cording to the latest report of the
U. S. census bureau.
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Waynesville KVJeet Her
On Friday Afternoon
Richard Setzer, 18,
Held In Jail On
Richard Setzer, 18, sin of Ellis
Setzer, charged with forgery, is
being held in the county jail
awaiting trial at the November
term of criminal court.
At a preliminary hearing be
fore magistrate W. H. Noland, yes
terday he was bound over to Su
psrior court and his bond set at
Setzer is alleged to have forged
the name of Carroll Bell on two
checks and that of Ott Ledbetter
another. He was said to have sent
the checks to the bpnk for cash
ing by Arnold Stevens, 13 year od
son of Will Stevens, of Old Fort,
who was visiting relatives here.
Young Stevens was a witness in
the hearing yesterday and stated
that he had been sent first to the
bank for bank checks which Setzer
later filled out and asked him to
return to the bank for cashing.
Union Youth Group
To Hold Banquet
The annual Youth Fellowship
banquet of the Haywood county
Methodist church union will be
held at 7 o'clock on Tuesday eve
ning, November 24, in the Bethel
high school gymnasium. The la
dies of the Bethel Methodist church
will serve the dinner.
The Rev. G. W. Bumgarner, pas
tor of the Morning Star church,
will make the principal address
of the evening. Rev. W. L. Hutch
ins, superintendent of the Way
nesville district, will present the
newly appointed pastors in the
A special program has been
planned by the officers and pastors
of the Youth Fellowship organiza
tion. Assembly singing will be led
The WivnHtjtii. w
will not be in action CSl
to an open date on the Ik ,1
they will rest: ti,i " ...e
ration for th " , m M
with the !4
Thankssrivinir r Bean
camp ia chorli,lj it
.,cu lur 2;3Q
The lightweight tD .' .
j will see plenty of a'
afternoon nt 9. on . rni
:r ,. ----- nen thev ,
the lighter squad oftheBwY
of Canton in a return eArl
local gridiron The MountaJ
wcal m canton (
several weeks Blrn k.. . n(
rto6 The teamthatViS
aarainst Trvon i , B:f
the lighi-wes: :U"ems861
The Canton varsity also ii J
inn 1 (
the Thanksgiving game.
bv flhnrloa Tcloi. k-j
. uauu anfl ft .
director of the Waynesville toJ
snip nign scnool.
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uroups irom the MethoJ
churches of Canton, Clyde, U
wood and Waynesville will preJ
musical numDers and
And Your Strength and
Energy Is Below Par
It may be cauted bv ojrder o!
ney (unction that permiu polioi
waste to accumulate. For truly tn
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other sign that something is wrouf I
the kidneys or bladder.
There should be no doubt that prof
treatment la wiser tnan atglert.
Doon's Pills. It is better to rely
medicine that baa won couhtrvwidi
proval than on something less favori
known. Doan't have been tried ud 1
ed many years. Ara at all drui it
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There are short cuts to money, but none towards the know!
edge how to spend it wisely.
There are short cuts to the possession of a library, bul
none to knowledge or culture.
fhino-a von cannot hurrv. culture, as the vera
name applies, has the slowness of the seasons about it anl
cannot be hurried.
And thdi-o nre t.hino-a about a business . that cannot H
hurried You cannot hurry reputation Reputation, like thl
coral-reef , is the result of innumerable small addition tniouk"
out the years. It is created by thousands of honorable trans
actions every day, week and month.
PntMit-ot ta-av a n rl rr the character o!
J.VCUkdVIVll "I1U vuillivvi'v. v. w r' v- . ,
i the thine that cannot be hurried
Fidelity is the boon companion of character and character 4
a man is the product of hidden thoughts which prompt acf
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