North Carolina Newspapers

    flrtHSDAV, SEPTEMBER 16, 1943 (One Day Nearer Victory)
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
Pag 13
ijfaynesvijte Jfaotball Seasomi Td pem Mere Firndlay
Lintaineers To
P Murphy, 8 p.m.
hlf,t Team In History
School WW Hit the Field
for First
..... -viUn high Mountam-
Tr .... ' ,heir 1943 football
VT.''"h'P Stadium Fri-
uWn .4 . . n,i nVloek. when they
' l.val gndsters have been
lSt i uvplf in nreDa-
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Neatneroy says uiey
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am this year 1B "e ui ulc
uan ever produced by
1, with only three
quad that has even
Coach Weatherby,
I
1 L,.,I
,four "t me
ttivni It"-'' rs
i.,.,rflinir to
I:, fifki is m nrst class conuiuon
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paMIU'u i'i i" r- " o
jjjt Waynesville nign scnooi Dana
on nanti 101 uie game, pti
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j!!j t me nau aim uut nig unr
I' k K .ml music. The local
& ha- niMilc a reputation for
ii i; anility 10 marcn ana
p.. ,,.-..i..tl!e starting- lineup Tor
Naval Cadet
Canton fleets
Warren Wilson
Eleven Friday
'1 he Canton high Black Bears will
mi-.! Warren Wilson junior college
rnday night a: 8 o'clock in their
second panic of the 1943, football
M'dil!l.
The Black Bears are working
hard this week trying to smooth
out the rough spots that showed up
in their game last Friday night
with Marion. Coach C. C. Poin
dexter is putting the Bears through
tough sessions on charging, block
ing, tackling, punting, passing and
pass defense.
At Camp Edwards
week for High Point, where he will
enter school.
V(nr F Sl'MMUMS by
publication
VC'ETH I AKOUMA,
;A.UlH)ii I OL .NTY
IN TliK SI t Kit I UK COURT
;ENK1VK GREEN
Ij'ALI.Ai'K GKLhN
The defendant above named,
.-o liieen, in vaive nuum
at an action enutiea as aDove
Ixbn-ii commenced in the Super
ior Court of Haywood County,
jr:h Carolina by the plaintiff to
irc an absolute divorce from
x diftiidant upon the ground
at plaintiff and defendant have
vl siparato and apart for more
law twe years next preceding the
irirpinp of this action; and the
lita-rdant will further take notice
Lit he is required to appear at
I it umce ot tne Lierk of the isu
wioi Court of Haywood County,
11 the Courthouse in Waynesville,
X. C. within thirty days after the
ay of October, 1943, and an-
Imr or demur to the complaint
i said action, or the plaintiff will
ply tn the Court for the relief de-
lundi-d in said complaint.
This ,11st day of August, 1943.
KATE WILLIAMSON,
Assistant Clerk Superior Court.
Ik i::21-Sept. 9-16-23-30.
BORN OF KOREAN PARENTS, Susan
Ann of Los Angeles, Calif., Is on
of eighty-five enlisted personnel
who recently enrolled In the U. S.
Naval Reserve Midshipmen's
School, Northampton, Mass. U. S.1
Navy photo. JXntemational)
I the Mountain-ox as tnll.w
1 At left end, Collins; left tackle,
Medford; left guard, Knight; at the
center position, Jaynes; right
guard, Caldwill; right tackle,
Scates; right end, Trout man. In
left half, Fie; right half, Phillips,
and at full, Evans.
' At the election of captain for
the 1943 season. Arthur Paul
Evans, vetilan guard of last year
ving full back this season.
e'i (1 to lead the squad.
eNpected that many of the
s will see action in the game
niu'ht. as eomiH't it ion lias
been keen in many of the positions.
The first casualty of the year came
to Bobbie Given who will not see
any action for several weeks due
to an arm injury.
The officials for the game Fri
day will probably be Wall, of sta
tion WWN'C as rcferei ; umpire, H.
Buchanan (V); and Headlinesman,
Mark (Tony) Davis (King l.
It is expected that a large con
tingent of local fans will assem-
Ll C . . .1. . ...
uie lor ine opening game.
and pi:
was eh
It is
rese rv
Friday
It is far better to risk losing the
peace than to risk losing the war.
Canton Wallops
Marion 40 to 13
Tht Canton high Black bears
opened their 1943 football season
before a large crowd last Friday
night by trouncing Marion high's
Rippem, champions of the W. N. C.
conference last year, 40 to 13.
Bobby Smathers scored throe
touchdowns, George Stanley tallied
two and Frank Hardin made anoth
er for Canton. Fowler scored three
extra points on placekicks and Har
din added on through th line.
Stanley thrilled the crowd with
a spectacular 70-yard touchdown
sprint in the third quarter and the
same chapUr saw Smathers race
d8 yards to score.
Padgett and Banks accounted for
Marion's touchdowns and Walker
made an extra point on a pass.
Canton scored a touchdown in
each of the iirst two periods, add
ed two in the third and counted
two more in the fourth. Marion
scored in the second and last per
iods. lite a number of Waynesville
farts made the journey to Canton
f r t ie game.
Jonathan Creek
News
SGT. JAMES WELCH, son of
Mrs. Jessie Medford Welch, of
Waynesville, rout? 2, who is at
tached to the U. S. army engineer
ing corps, is now stationed at Camp
Edwards, Mass.
Sgt. Welch was inducted in the
service at Camp Croft on February
11 of this year- From Camp Croft
he was sent to Fort Doyens, Mass.,
and from there was sent to his
present post.
Sgt. Welch was recently promot
ed to his present rank from cor
poral. He is a graduate of the
Crabtree high school in the class
of 1941.
Buy a Bond and provide sonu
the tools that our fighting men
need.
Mrs. K. W. Howell and Mrs. Lee
Howell were joint hostesses on
Friday to the members of the Jona
than Home Demonstration Club at
the home of the former. The house
was decorated with lovely arrange
ments of fall flowers.
Mrs." Troy Leatherwood, presi
ding presided. After the reports of
the project leaders, a demonstra-
of tion on, "How Safe is Your Home,"
Smith pointed out many hazards
found in bonus, which are often
; overlooked.
A contribution of $2.0(1 was made
! by the club to the Jane S. McKim
nion Loan Fund.
I A large number of members
were present in addition to the
; following visitors: Mrs. Queen, of
Virginia; Mrs. Allen and Miss Belle
McCracken,
At the conclusion of the program
delicious refreshments were serv
ed. Mrs. F. R. Kennedy will be
hostess to the October meeting.
Raymond Howell, of Jacksonville,
is visiting his mother, Mrs. E. J.
Howell.
Miss Mollie Queen, of Virginia
spent stveral days last week with
her niece, Mrs. R. W. Howell.
A revival has just closed at the
Shady Grove Church. Rev. John
son, pastor, was assisted bv Rev.
was given Dy miss .Mary Margaret : Higgins, of Highlands
Smith, demonstration agent. Miss
USfflM
The Rock Mil
ing nicely. The
last week.
school is progress
lunch room opened
tvery day INVASION battles are taking the livei ol
gallant boys lighting under the Stars and Stripes.
Your dear ones sons, husband, sweetheart, father,
brothers, relatives and friends are, or soon may be,
ngaged in those bloody battles where the scythe
ol the Grim Reaper flashes in every volley of the guns.
The 3rd War Loan of 15 billion dollars must pay for
he equipment, ammunition and food our boys need
o desperately and you must raise the money!
Buy at least one EXTRA $100 War Bond in Sep
tember besides your regular bond purchases. Go
ll-out with every dollar you can scrape up and
kP right on slapping every cent into the world's
est investment-War Bonds!
Make the 3rd War Loan a quick success-back
P your soldier, sailor or marine ALL THE WAY1
Attend The Rally Thursday
Farmers of this section are busy
lilling their silos, cutting corn, dig
ging potatoes, and getting ready
to make molasses. Labor is very
short.
Rev. Robbins. of Lake Junaluska,
pn ached for Rev. Joe Johnson Sun
day. Rev. Johnson will leave next
XOT1CE OF SALE OF LAND
TO CREATE ASSETS
NORTH CAROLINA,
HAYWOOD COUNTY.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT
BEFORE THE CLERK
L. GREEN, ADMINISTRA
TOR OF
D. LEE, DECEASED.
VS.
MRS. NETTIE MAE ALLEN ET
AL
HEIRS AT LAW OF R. D. LEE
Under and by virtue of and pur
suant to and order and judgment
of the Superior Court of Haywood
County, dated December 31, 1942,
in that certain special proceeding,
entitled as above, the undersigned
commissioner will, on the 11th dav
of October, 194.1, at 1 1 o'clock A. M.
at the court house door in the
Town of Waynesville, Haywood
County, North Carolina, sell at
public outcry, to the highest bid
der, on the following terms, to
wit: one half cash and the balance,
with 6 interest, in two annual
equal installments to be secured
by first mortgage on the property
sold, the following described land
and premises, to wit: That certain
house and lot, located in the Town
of Waynesville, Haywood County,
North Carolina, bounded as fol
lows: BEGINNING AT A STAKE,
CORNER OF Short (now Mead
ow) streets and runs along Rich
land street S. 6" 15' W. 100 feet
to a stake; thence S. 83 45" E. 90
feet to a stake, Merrill Shoaf cor
ner; thence N. 6 15' E. 100 feet
with Shoaf line to a stake in edge
of Short (Meadow) street; thence
with Meadow street about N. 83
45' W- 90 feet to the beginning.
And being the house and lot occu
pied by the late R. D. Lee for
several years prior to his death.
The right is reserved to reject any
and all bids and the sale is sub
ject to the confirmation of the
court. The successful or highest
bidder will be required to deposit
5 of the bid as evidence of good
faith.
This the 9th day of September,
1943.
T. L. GREEN,
C nm m ioei rT tfT
V LOANT J
J
Sergeant Vinson Howell has re
turntd to Sioux City, after a brief
furlough with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Gradv Howell.
Miss Opal Howell, of Miami,
Fla., left last week after a three
weeks visit with her family. En
route to Florida she visited friends
and relatives in Columbia and All
endale, S. C.
Private Lewis Williamson and
Private Troy Dotson, of Washing
ton, are home on furloughs.
vice in 1939 and enlisted at Ashe
ville. He has been stationed since
at Fort Bragg, Fort Benning, Fort
Jackson, and spent five months on
maneuvers in Arizona and California.
Mrs. Dotson, of Lake Junaluska,
has been visiting her daughter,
Mrs. Claude Leatherwood.
Cpl. Henry E. Reno
On 10-Day Furlough
Corporal Henry E. Reno, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Reno, of Can
ton, route 1, who is now stationed
at Camp Forrest, Tenn., has ar
rived to spend a ten-day furlough
with his parents.
Cpl. Reno volunteered in the ser-
SOT1CE SEHV1XG SUMMONS
BY PUBLICATION
NORTH CAROLINA
HAYWOOD COUNTY
IN SUPERIOR COURT
LII.LIE HANEY
VS.
ELMER HANEY
The defendant, Elmer Haney,
will take notice that an action
entitled as above has been com
menced in the Superior Court of
Haywood County, North Carolina,
against said defendant, for judg
ment in favor of the plaintiff for
an absolute divorce on grounds of
two years separation and one year
residence in North Carolina. That
the said defendant will further
take notice that he is required to
be and appear at the Office of the
Clerk of the Superior Court of
Haywood County, North Carolina,
in the Courthouse in Waynesville,
N. C, on or before September 27th,
194,'t, or within 30 days thereafter
and answer or demur to the com
plaint of the plaintiff filed in this
action, or the plaintiff will apply
to the Court for the relief demand
ed in said complaint.
This the 23rd day of August,
1943-
KATE WILLIAMSON,
Assistant Clerk Superior Court
of Haywood County, N. C.
No. 1320 Sept. 2-9-16-23.
Pfc. Chas. li. Medford
Returns To Post
Private First Class Charles B.
Medford, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Wayne Medford, has returned to
his post of duty in California, after
spending a 15-day furlough here
with his parents.
Pfc Medford was inducted at
Fort Jackson in January of this
year and from there was sent to
California, where he has since
been stationed.
NOTICE OF SALE OF
AUTOMOBILE
NORTH CAROLINA,
HAYWOOD COUNTY.
The undersigned, will on Friday,
September 24, 1943, at 1 1 o'clock
A. M., at the Court House Door
in the Town of Waynesville, N.
. sell to the highest bidder for
cash, one 1932 r'ord Coupe, Motor
No. 18-124789, said sale being made
to satisfy the lien that the under
signed has on said Automobile for
labor performed on said automo
bile and for storage of said auto
mobile. This the 31st day of August,
1943-
ABEL'S GARAGE
By Albert Abel.
No. 1322 Sept. 9-16-23
Buy War Bonds and Stamps.
Eyes Examined For Appointment
Glasses Fitted Telephone 2483
CONSULT
DR. R. KING HARPE
OPTOMETRIST
125 Main Street Wells Bldg. Canton, N. C.
Woolens Should tifi-fi I
Be Given Expert OCnirai
Care In Summer Cleaners
Every garment worth sav
ing is worth cleaning. Wool
ens should never be washed Main Strt
with soap and water, as it
often causes shrinkage ami
the finish of the material
SEND YOUR CLOTHES Phone 113
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