THURSDAY, NOVembeb 2,
THE WAYNESVELLE MOUNTAINEER
PAGE FOUR (Second Seclfony
Both Teams Are
Set For A Hard
Mountaineers Are Out
To Seek Revenge For
5 0 Defeat Earlier
In the Season
Both the Waynesville Mountain-.ii-:.-
r.ncl the Canton Black Bears
;,ro .-ill set for their annual Turkey
n.-.y dash at the local stadium
liUi-.-day afternoon. The opening
kickoir is set 'or 2:15.
Colli teams have had two weeks
;. .;iaut a game and they are ex-jn-vtcd
l.i be id top strength.
Mountaineers have been
!-.--. tj ,t work for the past week
!!,..!! in;' their firid machine to
tr ......i o!Vret the strength of the
!...,!,. The Black Bears defeated
:; . lount.-.inecTs earlier in the
. ,n 1 y a score of 25 to 0 on the
.:...' l! :d. Since that time the
'....ipt.ii.ucis have shown much
r; ;mhc;.i'ii1 and arc going to be
i.r. tin- field Thursday to try
a ,, I ' rnill'U'.
Word comes from Canton, who
e.i-o been hard at work for
!':e : ..,.11114 flame, that they are
( !.;-.. i-ni ct sunning again from
tie I'.- :,R hut are still keeping
the odds down to a low point.
Mountaineers and Black
t : 1
at-, have been meeting on the
lor some 20 odd years.
,.r. t from the very leginmng a
:-i. rivalry has been in evidence.
': m. v,. me will not be an exeep
t.::i. barring some unforseei
i '...nv in the weather. It is ex
I 'C'ed that a large following o.
C.-.nti'ii fans will migrate to Way
i.esM le lor the game, and of course
j..ost .f Waynesville will be oi.
K.iiil ior the annual affair.
Ci'li the Waynesville liigh school
1 ;.;!: ..-.id the Canton band will be
o'i it, .i.d for the game, to perforn.
I, n re the game and again at tin
i a!i -time. These two bands have
..'.; -! a strong a rivalry as tin
. : t ! teams, and are expected to
I it! en a colorful show.
Ti.e Mountaineers have encount
i , ed I'liic opponents and have wor
!:'Ui jj.,mes, lost four and tied one.
1 in y are as follows:
Waynesville 14, Bryson City 0.
W.r ttesville 21. Murphy 12.
ayuesville (i. Marion 6.
Waynesville 0, Elizabethton
Y nn :'!).
Y a: m vsville 0. Canton 25.
V. a .Mies', ilie 0, Hendersonville 18
V ..; i v.'--v 1 1 i e "(i, Christ School 6.
V a m .A ille 39, Murphy 7.
Vi av ne. -vtlle 1-1, Asiieville School
l ie Canton Black Bears have
: !; : t J lu games having won seven
!ot two and tied one. They are
.! ft ilows:
Canton 4f!, Havesville 7.
Canton 2U, Krwin. Tenn. 21.
l anion 20. Morganton Deaf 0.
C'l tm ti. Morganton High 6.
Caii'un ;fS. Warren Wilson 0.
:.'i'o-n 25, Waynesville 0.
i a : i ' o : i 27. Ashcville School 6.
Canton 44. Sylva 13.
' aii'ion 7.1, Franklin 14.
Canton 12, Christ School 25.
i!e thought which comes to
mini at the reminder that Hitler's
I Miiy hasn't been found yet is that
the man wasn't a good fellow even
v. lien he had it.
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Asheville, N. C. , James E. Walker, Jr., Manager
25 Haywood Men Going On Bear
Meet Champion Y
hi Armory In A
Close Game In
Prospect For Tilt
Starting At 7:45
Dayton Rubber basketball team
will meet Champion Y quintet to
night (Wednesday) at the Waynes
ville Armory in the first home
?ame of the season, and also for
the first time these two teams have
met in the WNC Basketball league.
Prospects for a close game is
Ned Tucker, coach of the Day
'on Rubber team, said today that
his team was in excellent condition,
ind showed great iorm in their
?ame against Beacon last Saturday
night as they won 72 to 49, with
Arrington high scorer of the game,
"ol lowed closely by Brown and
There are three vacant berths on
he team, Mr. Tucker said. The
ocal team is now composed of for
ner stars of both college and high
Noble Arlington is a forincr
Fines Creek star. Charles Beck of
Salsam, played for Sylva, and
'Sug" Green also starred for Sylva
jefore moving to Hazelwood.
Malcolm Brown is a former
Sylva star, and Marion McDonald
s coach at W.C.T.C. Sol Fulbright
Jlayed good ball at W.C.T.C. as did
Frank Cowan. Charles Sutton will
be remembered as a former Crab
ree star, and Dave Rogers was an
iiitstanding star of Fines Creek.
Zarl Arrington also played for
Fines Creek, and June Sinathers
vas a star on the Waynesville
In the first game of the season.
Oayton Rubber lost to Ashcville
Waste Paper 69 to 48, and won
heir second game 72 to 49.
WP (69 Dayton Rubber (48)
? Dowtin (21) ... Arrington (8)
F Hawes (11) McDonald (10)
C Patton (13) Brown (19)
G Carter HI) Fullbright (3)
G Garland 2) Sumner U)
Subs: AWP, Fogle (10), Masters
1. DeBruhl, Fox; Dayton, Beck
Green (3), Sutton, Cowan (4),
Referee: C. C Poindcxter.
Beacon (49) Dayton Rubber (72)
F Sides (10) Arrington (2G)
F Starahala G Beck
C Vallcncourt (5 Ardrey (2D
G Hardin (10) Brown (22)
G Rudeen U5 Sumner (2)
Subs: Das-ton Rogers (1), Mc
Elroy, Arrington; Beacon Mills 3,
Ernest Messer, U. S.
Ernest Messer, who has served
in the U. S. Navy for the past three
years, has been discharged and
has returned to his home in Can
ton. He plans to resume his work
with the Champion Paper and
During his tour of duty in the
Pacific theater he sasv action in
the islands of Marshall, Kavieng,
Einirau, Hollandia, Saipan, Leyte,
Samar, Mindoro. Lingayen, Subic
Bay, lwo Jima, Okinasva and Saki
shima. A first-class argument can arise
over a second-class subject debated
by third-class people.
Scores Of Last
Mississippi State 54, Northwest
ern Louisiana 0.
Cleinson 47, Tulane 20.
Chattanooga 28, Murray Teach
Florida Normal 8, Edward Wat
ers College 7.
West Virginia State 47, Bluefield
Alabama 71, Vanderbilt 0.
Tuskegec 32, Fort McClelland 0.
Camp Lee 26, Bainbridge 0.
Georgia 35, Auburn 0.
Florida 41, Presbyterian 0.
Virginia Tech 44, Richmond 6.
Wake Forest 14, North Carolina
Virginia 40, Oceana Naval Base
Louisiana Stale 9, Georgia Tech
Catawba 14, Virginia Military
William &. Mary 25, Kings Point
Eastern Kentucky 54, Missouri
Kentucky State 31, Morris Brown
Mars Hill 44. Brevard 0.
Jacksonville NAS 48, Pensacola
Tennessee State 36, Lincoln U. 6.
Florida A. & M. 24, Clark 19.
Colgate 7, Syracuse C.
Connecticut 54, Boston U. 0.
Cornell 20, Dartmouth 13.
Navy 36, Wisconsin 7.
Yale 41. Coast Guard 6.
Temple 14, Holy Cross ti.
Army 61, Pennsylvania 0.
Bullis Naval School 27, City Col
lege of New York 6.
Columbia 32, Princeton 7.
Harvard 14. Brown 7.
Boston College 12, Scranton 0.
Rutgers 13, New York U. 7.
Lehigh 14, Drexel 9.
Swarthmore 26, Johns Hopkins
Atlantic City Nasal Air Station
12, Lafayette 7.
Indiana 19, Pittsburg 0.
Michigan 27. Purdue 13.
Ohio State 27, Illinois 2.
Michigan State 33, Penn. State 0.
Ashland 35, Kenyon 0.
Ohio University 14, West Vir
losva 20. Minnesota 19.
Notre Dame 34, Northwestern 7.
Marquette 19. Kentucky 13.
Missouri 14, Oklahoma 6.
Great Lakes 47, Fort Warren 14.
Iowa State 8. Drake ti.
Kansas 27, Kansas State 0.
Nebraska 53, South Dakota 0.
Tulsa 26, Baylor 7.
Oklahoma A. & M. 46, Texas
Otteihcin (Ohio) 12. Albion 7.
Hutchinson Navy 39, Pittsburg
tKans.) Teachers 0.
Southern Methodist 21, Arkan
Texas 20. Texas Christian 0.
Rice 6. Texas A. & M. 0.
Upon hearing that some of his
audience threw tomatoes at former
Premier Daladier during a speech
in Southern France, we were less
struck by the lesc majesty than
by the reminder that anyone in
France has food to throw away.
San Francisco Chronicle.
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IN THE SUPERIOR COURT
NOTICE OF SUMMONS
The defendant above named will
take notice that an action entitled
as above has been commenced in
the Superior Court of Haywood
County, North Carolina, to obtain
a divorce absolute on the grounds
of two years separation; and the
defendant will further take notice
that he is required to appear with
in thirty days from the 26th day of
October, 1945, before the Clerk of
the Superior Court in the Court
House in Waynesville, North Caro
lina, and answer or demur to the
complaint filed in said action, or
the plaintiff will apply to the Court
for the relief demanded in the
This the 26th day of Oct., 1945.
GERTRUDE P. CLARK,
Asst. Clerk Superior Court
of Haywood County, North
In the Superior Court
The defendant, in the above en
titled action, will take notice that
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WALTER KETNER, Manager
Phone 130-M East Waynesville
Play First Momeyfiamie
By Jack Sords
, pick esSAeusAev a
eecoeto of 41 coAJeRSois
an action as above has been com
menced In the Superior Court of
Haywood County, State of North
Carolina, for the purpose of secur
ing an absolute dis-orce from the
defendant on tsvo years separation.
Defendant will further take notice
that he is required to appear before
the clerk of the court of said coun
ty, at the court house in Waynes
ville, on the 30th day of November,
1945 and answer or demur to the
complaint therein filed or the
plantiff will apply for the relief
This the 8th day of November,
GERTRUDE P. CLARK,
Asst. Clerk of the Superior
Court of Haywood County,
1475 Nov. 8-15-22-29.
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Wake Forest vs. South Carolina
at Charlotte (Thursday).
Newberry vs. Fort Bragg at Lum
berton (Thursday 1.
Catawba vs. Guilford at Greens
boro 1 Thursday).
North Carolina at Duke (Satur
day!. Cleinson at Georgia Tech (Sat
urday. First AAF at Cherry Point (Sun
Virginia vs. Maryland at Wash
ington. Tennessee at Kentucky.
Notre Daine at Tulane.
Louisiana Tech at Auburn.
Mississippi at Mississippi State.
Colgate at Brown.
Dartmouth at Columbia.
Cornell at Penn.
Lafayette at Lehigh.
Brooklyn at Merchant Marine.
Holy Cross at Boston College
Penn. State at Pitt.
Yale at Princeton.
Illinois at Northwestern.
Purdue at Indiana.
Iowa at Nebraska.
Kansas at Missouri.
Ohio State at Michigan.
Michigan Slate at Miami iFla.),
Wisconsin at Minnesota.
Oklahoma A. & M. at Oklahoma.
Arkansas at Tulsa (Thursday).
S. M. U. at Baylor.
Rice at T. C. U.
Texas Tech at New Mexico.
Colorado A. & M. at Colorado
An Act to Prohibit the Sale of Fireworks in Haywood t,,unly
1 a .
watKcrs, lorpeaoes, cap
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as uicworhs in me county 01 najwu .... a
that for tho niIrnon e : 1 a;, A,t the -herin
miinlir nnA 4k u:t
uu i,,c imei Vl
r- uuhimiku iu issue ueruuis iui use m uins
Hurt nf w; w.uui , . - .- f ll dcscripM'l
humi.v ciiiiuiuuus, sucn as iairs, carnivals, snu.- w h.
L . I ,(1 til IU
puoiic celebrations, but
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v oa.u iv 1 uicciinics win
An.r J ? .
f"" ucsinng io secure a permit as aioremenuoneu,
to the sheriff of said countv nr in ih rhief of nolice of the niuniciiw1"-
said pyrotechnics are to be
Section II. That anv
ishable by a fine not exceeding fifty ($50.00) dollars or imprisonnie
Lions Club Will
Not Have Regular
In view of the fact that Thanks
giving comes on Thursday of this
week the Waynesville Lions Club
will not have their regular meeting.
The next regular meeting will be
Thursday, November 29th.
At the last meeting Fred I. Wal
ston, with the State Department
of Revenue, was received into the
club as a new member and was
immediately assigned to the Citi
zens and Patriotism Committee.
The secretary read a detailed
report from the Board of Direc
tors with reference to the budget
for 1945-46. A total amount of
$1,628.00 will be required for the
various committees to carry on
their work for this period. The Fi
nancial Committee was appointed
to look after the "Dime Board" to
make whatever repairs necessary
and to see that it is ready to re
ceive the Christmas Cheer Fund.
The president appointed a buy
ing committee composed of Gray
den Ferguson, Johnny Edwards,
Francis Massie, Lawrence Leather
wood, and Henry Davis. The duties
of this committee are to purchase
merchandise, fruits, and candy for
the underprivileged at Christmas
The club was very much con
cerned about an overcoat swap be
tween Lions Tony Davis and
Charles Metcalf. It is feared that
the Tailtwister profiteered on the
In lieu of the program, which
did not materialize at the last mo
ment, the club enjoyed a contest
of songs. Each table contested be
fore three judges and the final
result was a draw.
Herbert Buchanan, chairman of
the Lions Educational committee
will have charge of the program
at the next meeting.
Colorado U. at Denver (Thurs
day). Utah State at Utah (Thursday).
Sell Or Shoot
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The Law Will Be Enforced
Go To Sherw
Best Bear h
Area Will BeTf
rr i woDav
will leave ln-e '
ing, sw'.h alH,,n ,'; 1;'
dogs in tu.
bear limn ti!., s, in
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and as he ;, ul
rangements art- ix'.v
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Dogs ti um .a,-c ,
Medford. Mr Si,
be used mi uv i i;;l.'''
each pack v
hunt. Onlj li e
at one tune m
Many nf the Lie-,',-,
only one da s ;
which means that ;:i :,
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Present p,, m. .
here Friday ami,; :;, j
early Saturday n.on.:i:.
Local hunters art' it!
the prospeets f P;.;85
game in the tor,-t n rk
already this tear s ;
been killed en the toa
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exciting all-clay ih.i-e
Knob, when the dogs
bear and chased hi:n to
of Campbell Creik lira
of the area's rou;lM 1
200-pound hear si as IC
same .section ta wet
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put a slop to the i.
that fellow that tistil to
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