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Tka Both Bagwell Circle of the
First B?ptUt Church met to tie
i of Mrs. Bill Costello, Monday
___ , November 11.
Mrs. Claude Monteith, chairman
presided over the meeting. Mr*.
Boyd Davis opened the meeting
with prayer. Community missions
were discussed and also plans for
the Christmas party in connection
with the December meeting.
Mrs- Herman Edwards gave a
very interesting program on 'Three
knocks st the Door". Mrs. Costello
closed the meeting with prayer.
Refreshments were served to the
following nine members present:
Mrs. Marvin Hampton, Mrs. W. T.
Brown, Mrs. Herman Edwards,
Mrs. Claude Monteith. Mrs. Walter
Puett, Mrs. Verlin Jones, Mrs- J.
B. Hall, Mrs. Boyd Davis and Mrs.
Teachers and Officers of the
First Baptist Church of Andrews
have been installed as follows:
General Superintendent of the
Sunday School, J- E. rtufty; Assist
ant Supt. Peter Gernert; member
ship, Supt. Richard Ramsey;
Secretary, Mrs. T. W. Axley.
Superintendent of the Children's
Division, Mrs- Fred Babbington ;
Nursery class leaders: Mrs- Neal
Matheson and Mrs. Hugh Hamil
ton; Kindergarten: Mrs- Ray Math
eson and Mrs. Glenn Matheson;
Primary: Mrs- Walter Brown and
Mrs- J- E. Rufty; Junior Boys: S
J. Gernert, and Tom W. Axley;
Junior girls: Miss Vera Moore and
Mrs. S. J. Gernert; Senior Girls,
Miss Jean Christy and Mrs- F.
Babbington; Senior Boys: John
Christy and Richard Ramsey- Supt.
of Youth Division: Miss Ruth
Superintendent of Adult Division:
The following Serv
ice Stations will be
Thursday Nov. 28
In observance of
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lira. W. D- Tovnson wm hostess
for * Joint meeting of all the cir
cles of the Woman* Society of
Christian Service of the First
Methodist Church at her home last
Monday at 7:30 p m.
The study book of Race Rela
tions was taught by the Rev- R. T.
Houts- All members joined in the
At the conclusion of the program,
Mrs. Townson served coffee and
cookies to the 20 members pres
With Mrs. Ramsey
ANDREWS-Mrs. R. W. H. Ram
sey was hostess for the Wesleyan
Service Guild at her home Monday
tt 7:30 p. m.
Ml?s Jean Christy presented the
program topic, 'Higher Education
and our Responsibility as Metho
dist Women". Mrs. H. H- Enole
gave the devotional message
Mrs. Olen Stratton, president pre
sided, and announced final plans
for the Annual Christmas Bazaar
to be held at the Nantahala Power
and Light Company's store build
ing Friday and Saturday Decem
ber 6 and 7.
A social hour followed, and re
freshments were served
To Hold Regular
The Providence Hospital Auxil
iary will hold its regular meeting
Monday night at 7:30 in the Hos
pital dining room.
ANDREWS? Thanksgiving Ser
vice will be held at the St. And
rew's Lutheran Church Thanksgiv
ing day at 7:30 p. m.
Special music will be provided
by the choir under the direction of
Mrs. G- W. Cover.
A most cordial welcome is ex
tended to every one.
Mrs. Olen Stratton; Young Adult
Class leaders: Mrs. Florence Huff
man and Mrs. Harry Hawk; Offi
cers: Harry Hawk, president, Mrs
Wendell UUn, vice-president; Mrs.
Louise Collins, sec -treasurer.
Sara B. Dewar Class? leaders.
Mrs. Zeb Conley and Mrs. Wayne
Battle; Mrs- Herman Brauer pres
ident, Mrs- Connie Holder, secre
tary-treasurer; Mrs. J. E. Rufty,
Fisher Class? leaders, Mrs
David Swan, and Mrs. Mina Whis
enhunt; Mrs. Clara Whitaker, pres
ident. Mrs. Cleve Almond, vice
president and Mrs. W. T. Forsyth,
Men's Bible Class: leaders, Char
les Frazier and J. P. Matheson;
Hubert Fuller, president, Wayne
Battle vice-president and Ray Mat
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TEACHER HAS THE RIGHT IDEA
Her life has been filled with more work than play, more sacrifice than pin or
acclaim, but she considers the results worth all she has given of herself. She has
learned to fulfill responsibilities with a glad heart, finding contentment and tran
quillity in accomplishments. Her brilliant mind and talents would have earned her
much more in material endeavors. She chose teaching as her profession, with the
conviction that if Just one boy or one girl each year was turned about and started
in the right direction it waa worth more than all the material gain she had sacrificed.
She finds contentment too, in her regular attendance at church. It buoys her up
to face the problems of each day and week. It restores her spirit, as the psalmist
promised, and it renews her strength and convictions. It aids in many ways. It will
do the same for you if yon bat give it a sincere trial.
First Baptist Church
REV. J. ALTON MORRIS, Factor.
Sunday School I.-4I A.M.
Morning Worship 11:00 A.M.
Training Union IdO P.M.
Evening Services 7:90 P.M.
Wednesday Night Hoar of Power. 7:10 P.M.
First Baptist Beal Town
Services Every Sunday 2:SO P.M.
Calvary Baptist Church
REV. RAYMOND CARROLL, Pastor
Services Every 2nd and 4th Sundays
tt 2:M P.M.
Wednesday Night Prayer Service* at
Episcopal Church of the
BJCV. ALEX HANSON, Pastor
Saadagr School 9-M AM.
Maniag Service 11 AM.
Dally Service 7:80 A.M.
Eveaiag Service S:S0 P.M.
St Williams Catholic Chapel
REV. JOSEPH DEAN
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First Methodist Church
REV. B. T. HOOTS, Pastor
Sunday School 9:45 A.M.
Morning Service 11 AM.
Tooth Fellowship 6 P.M.
Evening Service 7:80 P.M.
Wednesday Night Prayer Meeting 7:80 P.M.
First Presbyterian Church
REV. ROBERT POTTER, Pastor
Sunday School 9:45 A.M.
Morning Worship 1140 AJL
Evening Worship 7:90 P. M.
Wednesday Might Services 7:90 P.M.
Free Methodist Church
REV. EARL NORRIB, Factor
Sunday School 10 AJML
Morning Service UM A.M.
Evening Service 7:M P.M.
Yoaag People's Ben Ice Snd and M
Sundays ?:4* P.M.
Prayer Meeting 7-Jt PJL Wednesday
Thursday Night Community Prayer
Service 1M P.M.
Church of God
REV. W. H. CROTTS, Pastor
Etadigr School MiM A.M.
Mooing Worship UM A.M.
Evwh? Service TM P.M.
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