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OWL CREEK NEWS
Rer Drew Luntford filled his reg
ular appointment here Saturday
Rev. Charlie Solesbee. of Tbpton.
N. C. was a visitor here Saturday
Mr. and Mrs. Lenrolm Roberts
have returned home from California
Miss Jane Walls, of Murphy, vis
ited her sisters. Mrs Wayne Hass and
Mrs. Columbia* Kephart Saturday
Mrs. Paley Oarrett. of Unaka. Is
visiting tier father. Mr W p Roc
Mr. Arvel Kephart. of Peachtree,
visited his mother Mrs Janie Odell,
Mr. Claude Marcus has returned
to Owi Creek from California.
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hass spent
ritt'.urd*. night *:th Mrs Llllie Kep
Miss Ruby Lovln. Virginia Kephart
*nd Jane Walls were the dinner
guests of the Misses Darcus and Dol
lie Hass Sunday.
The Misses Willa Mae and Grace
Kephart visited friends <.nd relatives
at Ebeneezer Saturday and Sunday
Mr Calvin Roberts. Vincent Mar
cus and Kemsey Card tii were the
dinner guests of Richard. Old and
Alden Hass Sunday.
Miss Mabel Roberts returned home
last week after visiting friends and
relatives at Unaka.
Miss Ellen McRae has returned
home after staying a few weeks with
Mr. and Mrs. William saiesbee.
Wllma, Leroy. Majore and Hubert
Solesbee visited Virginia and John
Ernest Kephart Sunday night.
Mr. Joe Walls, of Murphy, was a
visitor on Owl Creek Sunday.
Mrs. Qeneva Oarrett spent Satur
day night with her parents. Mr. and
Mrs Jerry Solesbee..
Clyde Roberts spent Saturday
nigdht with Leroy Solesbee.
The Rev. Drew Lunsford filled his
regular appointment here Sunday,
before a large congregation.
We are glad to report that Mrs.
To all members of the
Carolina Motor Club,
all AAA affiliates, and
all other auto owners
of Cherokee County
With tired belli* rationed, tire
thieves are getting active.
Uut week Austin Arrant, of
Murphy. Route S, left hb ear
parked on the highway, and re
turned to find It ? tripped of all
fear tires and two nma
There la only oae way to Identi
fy a stolen tire and that la by
These n ambers should be reg
istered. Then, In case of theft,
warning can be spread, thus Disk
ing It difficult for the thief to sell
them ? and also easier for the po
lice to recover them.
To help stop this thelvery we
? II register yoor tires, wlllisst
charge; keep a cheek on them,
spread the alarm. If they are
stolen, and then keep a look ? t
We also wtn bo glad to smell
yon In the Carolina Meter Ctak
which win entitle yoa to, redased
room - rates while travelling:
eheaper oil and gaa, and free tew
ing If roa have tire treahls
name of Woco Pep
gas and tiolene oil
New Army Meal Ticket Good News for Restaurant Owners
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I ta the Aimy*i ??w
I af eaah to mM? far the
Theae tlcketa allow a aoldier to
Ml to rcstonrutta aad 91 ? meal
_ _ iaatancea aon than h? would
?fend if he war* prnyin* cash.
The tickets (one of which ia reproduced below) are alightly
lai(? than a currency note, are white and moat be filled out by the
iaaainr officer. When a restaurant operator receives one in tender
far a mmh ho Alls k a for klub sad mails Dm ticket to Um
intw ifWtr At tks post f*em vhkk tkc aoldkr traveled. When
tke mm\ tickets srs locsltod by tks Imbc? officer, they are (irea
immediate attention sad ckscks for the fall smoant ore sent st
Now that the United Statoo is at war, more and more of these
meal tickets will bo used. Restaurant oprr.atora who wish to share
in the task of feeding the soldiers will acquaint themselves with the
new meal tickets and be prepared to honor them.
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Any concern (or person) serving meals to the public, on presentation of this request, s^ned by the Issi-;n?
Officer, is authorized to furnish . . John DO??_% _3AQ^000 and ._T?fO
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enlisted men of the Army en route from ... GlOV CrdoliC ? AlabtJJCii ?
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I crrtify thu .J..... m?i(.)|^]hani.!>cd by . .United .Nations. Cafe ?
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FOOD AND NOrOJjCOHOUC
Soldier's Meal Ticket ... Take a Good Look At It, Mr. Restaurant Mail
Eula Aberaathy .who has been 111. is
Mr. Bed Gadd is spent Saturday
night his patents. Mi aiiu Mr s.
Hie many friends of Mrs. W. B
Dockery. who is seriously 111. are
hoping, earnestly .for her speedy re
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Ctaddis and chil
dren spent several days of last weex
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C.
M-. and Mrs. Dewitt Deweese, of
Springfield. Ohio, and Mr. and Mrs.
Wllburn Harper spent several days
here last week visiting Mr. and Mrs.
R. L. Abernathy .parents of Mrs. De
weese and Mrs. Harper.
We are sorry iu repui t that Mis. I
Nina Arms )s ill In a hospital at
Franklin. Her many friends wlsh|
her a speedy recovery.
SUNNY POINT NEWi!
Mrs. Ruby Clare and small son,
Joe. spent Friday as the guests oi
Mrs. Mattle Whitener.
Mrs. Hallle Wallace and daugh
ter, Carolyn, spent Friday afternoon
visiting at the home of Mrs. Ader
Ben Helton spent Sunday with bis
parents. Mr and Mrs. Scape Helton.
Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Jenkins spent
Sunday with the former's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Jenkins.
Miss Sad.e Forrester Is visiting
relatives In Etowah, Tenn.
Mrs. Laura Jones spent Wednesday i
afternoon visiting with Mrs. W. T. |
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Whitener and!
family spent Sunday with their :
daughter, Mrs. Vesta Beaver, In'
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Standridge and
family visited Mr. Stadrldge's moth
er on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. James Anderson and
family spent the week end as guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Qlrtle Anderson, In
Ray Mantnon was the Sunday
guest o( Clemson Mason.
Miss Maude Shields was a Wednes
day visitor at the home of Mrs. Bdlth
Cecil Deweese, a sa.llor In the U. S.
Navy, stationed in Virginia was borne
on furlough last week, and spent
much of the time with his mother,
Mrs. Carl Standridge.
Mr And Mrs. Vernon Kltselburg
i an dson visited Mr. and Mrs. lee
Kisselbur? last Saturday.
M. L. Rice made a recent business
trip to Famer, Tenn.
Mr. and Mrs. Poley Payne and
family were Sunday afternoon guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Will Payne.
Mrs. Kinney Bryant was a Satur
day visitor at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Bryant.
W. N. C. Sunday School*
Will Meet at Notla
The Western N. C. AasociaUonal
Baptist Sunday School Convention
will meet with Notla Baptist Church
Sunday afternoon. February 22nd.
1:20 o'clock. Rank WaUh Assocla
Rev. A. B. Cash, Pastor
Services 11 A. M. and 7:30 P. M. I
Wednesday evening. 7:30 P. M.
Rev. Clarence Voyles
Services 2nd and 4th Sundays., 11 j
Hev. C. B. Newton. Pastor
Services at 11 A. M. and 7 P. M j
Epworth League 6:45 P. M. Prayer !
Meeting Wednesday nights at 7 PM . I
CHURCH OF THE MESSIAH
Service every Sunday 11 A. M.
Third Sunday: Holy Communion 11
A. M. Holy Days: Evening Prayer
S P, SC.
Henry L. Paisley. DD? Pastor
Services every Sunday at 11 A. M.
and 5 P. M., except on the first Sun
day mornings and the third Sunday
Rev. W. A. Hedden, Pastor
Services 11 A. M. and 7 P. M.
MT. CARMEL BAPTIST
Rev. E. A. Beaver, Pastor
Church services at 11 A. M. and 7
' P. M. Prayer services 7 P.M. Wed
Rev. W. T. Truett, Pastor
Church services 11 A. M. 6:30 P. M.
WOLF CREEK BAPTiST
Rev. W. A Hedden. Pastor
Services second and fourth Satur
days 7 P. M. Second and fourth Sun
I days 11 A. M.
I SWANSON BAPTIST
I Rev. BUI Johnson, Pastor
Services Saturday night at 7 P. M.
I On first Sunday at 11.
i SHADY GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH
I Fred Townson, Pastor
; Services held every third Sunday.
1 LIBERTY BAPTIST CHURCH
k Rev. Edgar Wllllx, Pastor
Church services at 11 A. M. and 7
P. M. every first and third Sundays
OAK GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH
Rev. E. A. Beavers, Pastor
Preaching first and fourth Bun
days. Singing every Sunday at 1
tlonal Superintendent will preside.
The following program will be given.
' Congregational Singing; Devotion
al by H. L. Mulkey. of Andrew*; Rolls
Cal lof Sunday Schools, Reports by J.
V. Hall. Secretary: Special Music, di
rected by Prank Coleman.
Demonstration Program by Notia
Sunday School; Special Music;
Round Table Discussion on Lords
Address. "What We Can Do to In
sure Growth In Oar Bandar Softool*
This Year." by Re*. M. L. HaO, of
j Calvary Church. Murphy.
MURPHY M. E. CIRCUIT
Rev. Alfred Smith. Pastor
1st Sunday: 11 A. M. ? Bellvlew ; 2
P. M. ? Martin's Creek; 2nd Sunday:
11 A. M.? Reid's Chapel; 2 P. M.
Unaka; 3rd Sunday; 10 A. M. ? Rog
er's Chapel; 11 A. M. ? Ranger; 7:30
P. M. ? Culberson; 4th 8unday: 11
A. M? Tomotla; 2 P. M ? Maggie's
Chapel; 7:30 P. M. ? Hampton Me
HATE8VILLE METHODIST Circuit
Rev. J. A. Clemmer, Jr., Pastor
1st Sunday ? Oak Forest, 11 A. M;
Hickory Stand. 2 P. M.; Ogden, 3:30
P. M. 2nd Sunday ? Hayesvllle. 11 and
7:30; Sweetwater. 2 P. ad.; Peach iree,
?:30. 3rd Sunday ? Hickory Stand. 11
A. M. ; Ogden. 3:00 P. M.; Oak For
est. 7:30 P. M. 4th Sunday ? Hayee
vllle, 11 and 7; Sweetwater, 2 P. M.;
Peach tree, 3:30.
SEVENTH DAT ADVENTIST
Wolf Creek; W. L. Oarren. Elder.
Services each Saturday 10:30 A. mm.
SNOW HILL CHURCH
Rev. W. C. Pipes, Pastor
Services second and fourth Sun
days at 11 A. M.
Waynesville, every Sunday 11 :M
Bryson City, every 1st 3unday
8:00 a. m.
Franklin, every 2nd sad 4th Son
day 8:00 a. m.
Cherokee, every 3rd Sunday 8:00
"Murphy, every 5th Sunday 7:00
A. M." <C. W. T.)
Rev A. P. Rohrbacher
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