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OCTOBER 9, 1941
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
Vises Women To
I - Txtfle Institute in
PLZZ for maximum
To Address Alumni
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two-piece red dirndl dress
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and school girls would
from sera , ---
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tB all coat needs, Miss Smith
reversable coat of red
inularwith all girls. With
a owrseas cap and red boots,
iabutjine side makes per
.stume for rainy days. With
saer hat the corduroy covers
eg girls nave nuupicu
oiAtshirt made of broad
biee length, -with split Bides
iirt necklines exactly use
pa nsed to wear. Knee length
d terry and two-piece pa
of striped broadcloth might
ait of American Deauiy vei-
with matching hat, hand-
fcj gloves; a soft dress ol
velveteen would De very
if one could afford a few
up clothes, according to Miss
BOB StOCKingS Ol vnnuui
shoes, baps, hats and gloves
also be included in the all
wardrobe, so Hiss Smith
ktables high in vitamin C"
kt when they are taken from
, lose the body-bunding
Hient rapidly during the time
ten harvest and the dinner
DR. HOLLAND HOLTON, of
Duke University, will ; address
members of the Duke alumni of
Haywood and Jackson counties at
the annual meeting in Canton Mon
day evening. .'
Duke Alumni Of
Two Counties To
The annual fall meeting of the
Haywood and Jackson counties
Duke Alumni Association will be
j held at the Imperial .hotel in Can
jton on October 13, at 7 o'clock, it
was announced by the Rev. W. R.
I Kelly, president of the association.
Dr. Holland Holton, of Duke
University, will be the guest speaks
er. His subject will be "Duke Uni
versity in the Service of the Na
This meeting is one of many to
be held in North Carolina and
other states this fall. These will
reach a climax in a meeting to be
held at Duke University in De
cember, celebrating Duke Univer
There are now more than 16,-
000 located alumni of the Univer
sity. Every state in the Union is
represented in the list, and all the
hundred counties of North Caro
Officers of the two-counties group
are, the Rev. Mr. Kelly, president,
D. L. Lanier, vice president; Mar
tha Mock, secretarv-treasurer, and
Mrs. Jack ham pton, alumnae rep
resentative. : '
Christ Our Saviour
At a recent meeting of the di
rectors of the Waynesville Public
Library Association a committee
was appointed who drew up the fol
lowing resolutions on the death of
Mrs. B. J. Sloan:
In the death of Mrs. Sloan, the
Waynesville Library Association
lost one of its earliest and most
faithful supporters. For many
years she not only belped to raise
funds for the library, but she work
ed with her hands to keep the
rooms clean and attractive.
She -was a regular attendant at
the meetings of the board and
never refused her services when
called on. The town of Waynes
ville owes her much for her unsel
Waynesville Xibrary Association.
W. Frank Kinsey Leaves
Today For Charlotte
W. Frank Kinsey, Jr.t who is
now located in Waynesville will
leave today for Charlotte Where
he will represent the American
Trucking Association, Inc., at the
tenth annual state convention of
the North Carolina Truck Owners
Mr. Kinsey is southern field rep
resentative of the National Asso
ciation. He has been residing here over
for only a short length of time.1
He formerly spent sometime here j
during the summer vacations with
his grandparents, the late Col.
and Mrs. S. T. Graves, at the
HIGHLIGHTS ON THE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON
By NEWMAN CAMPBELL
(Tne International Uniform
Lesson on the. above topic for Oct
12 la Matt. 1:21: 20:25-28; Luke
19:1-10; John 3:16: 6:66-69; Acta
4:12; Rom. 3:21-26; 8:31-39;
n Cor. 5:14-21; Phil. 2:5-11; Tim.
1:15, the Golden Text being John
3:16, "For God so loved the world,
that He gave His only begotten
Son, that whosoever belleveth on
Him should not perish, but have
Eighty-six per cent of all motor
trucks are privately owned.
Over 20000 Pieces
Values Up To $1.00 Per Piece
Complete Set of 32 Pieces Only $1.60
Cap and Saucers
Platters (3 Sizes)
)n Sale Tmesday
(None Sold Before Above Date)
Dozens of patterns to select from. You'll be surprised to find that you can
probably complete or add to a set which you now have that cost you as
much as $1.00 per piece . . Imagine being able to pick up a 32-piece set
of Kood china for only $1.60 . V. Come Early.
The Home Of Better Values"
NO EXCHANGES OR REFUNDS
CHRIST OUR Saviour is the
subject of our lesson today, and
our first reference la In Matthew,
telling of His coming. The angel
of the Lord appeared to Joseph,
affianced to Mary, mother of
Jesus, telling him that Mary
i "shall bring forth a son. and thou
ghalt call Hia name Jesus?, tor He
hall Hia people from their
This message by the angel ex
presses the mission of Christ on
earth, and tne many other reier
ences contained In our lesson com
plete the story. Christ's words to
his ambitious disciples In Matt.
20, tells us what He knew His
mission on earth to be. The story
is that the mother of Zebedee's
children came to the Lord and
asked Him If one of her sons
might sit at His left and one at
Hia right In the Kingdom or ooa
He answered that even if they
suffered the fate that was in store
for Him as man. He could not
promise that, and when the dls
ciples were angry at the woman
for asking such a thing, He said to
Service the Test
M Ye know that the rulers of the
Gentiles lord it over them, and
their great ones exercise authority
them. Not so shall It De
among you: but whosoever would
become great among you shall be
your minister: And whosoever
would be first among you shall be
your servant: Even as the Son of
Man came not to be ministered
unto, but to minister, and to give
Hia life a ransom for many."
Self-righteous followers of the
Master (if any there be) may
well read and re-read this pas
age. Those who truly follow His
teachings will always be conscious
that a life of service is what He
expects of them. Never should
they think that they are better
than nen-Chrtstiana. that they
should be looked up to and wait
eoLupon. Always should they be
humble, devoting themselves to
the service of others unceasingly,
The oft-told story of the man
who was little in stature, Zac
chaeus, is also told in this lesson.
It is pleasant story and shows
the influence upon men of the
Master when He was on earth,
Jesus was passing- through Jerl
Of AAA Program
To Be Elected
The county farm agents are an
nouncing plans for the election of
the county and community com
mitteemen under the Agricultural
These committeemen play an im
portant part in carrying out the
AAA work, it was pointed out by
the farm agents. The agents are
asking that the voters give serious
consideration to the selection of
the committees to serve the farm
ers in this capacity. y
. Any person, either landlord or
tenant; who will receive a payment
under the 1941 Agricultural Con-
vote in the election of the com
munity committee and delegates to
the cenvention for the election of
Meetings are to be held in each
township for the election, those an
nounced for this week include: Iron
cho. Many had heard of Him and
multitudes flocked about to see
Him. Zacchaeus, being short, ran
ahead and climbed a tree to view
Him from its branches. Nothing
escaped Jesus' eye, and aa He
passed the tree He looked up and
called to Zacchaeus to come down,
saying, "Make haste, and come
down; for today I must abide at
Zacchaeus came down in haste
and received his maater Joyfully.
The people around murmured.
Here was a man whom they hated.
He was very like our dishonest
politicians and grafters, a Jewish
. . ... Maauw viio w-ei a.S
tax-gatherer, probably guuty ox ervation program( 5s eiigible
and squeezing his own people, the
Jews, and he had grown wealthy
at this game, and in consequence
was thoroughly disliked.
Zacchaeus la Converted
What was the effect of the pres
ence of Christ upon him? He said:
"Behold, Lord, the half of my
goods I give to the poor; and ir i
have taken anything from any
man by false accusation, I restore
him fourfold." In other words, so
impressed was he that he repent
ed hia sins and was willing to
impoverish himself if by so doing
he could be accepted of the Lord,
"And Jesus said unto him, Thir
day is salvation come to tlu
house, forsomuch as he also is tr-t
son of Abraham. For the Son ot
Man is come to save that which
Our Golden Text reiteratea the
same message of Christ's mission
on earth: "For God so loved the
world, that He pave His only be
gotten Son, that whosoever believ
eth on Him should not perish, but
have eternal life."
Came a time when many of
Jesus' followers would no longer
accept His teachings, thinking
them too hard. Then He turned to
the 12. and said, "Will ye also go
Simon Peter made answer:
"Lord, to whom shall we got thou
hast the words of eternal life. And
we believe and are sure that thou
art that Christ, the Son of the
Summing up our lesson, if we
accept Jesus and earnestly strive
to follow His teachings, our re
ward will be far above all earthly
recompense. In the beautiful
words of Paul in his letter to the
Romans, chapter 8, verses 37-39:
"In aU these things we are more
than conquerors through Him that
"For I am persuaded, that nei
ther death, nor life, nor angels,
nor principalities, nor powers, nor
things present, nor things to
"Nor height, nor depth, norany
other creature, shall be able to
separate us from the love of God,
which is in Christ Jesus our Lord."
BOY . QUITS SMOKING '
TRENTON, N. Jv As a prepara
tion for entering school, waiter
Crawford, 6, swore ofT smoking.
The child has smoked cigars) and
a briar pipe since be was one year
t . ;
Personal liberty is the paramount
essential to human dignity and
human happiness. Bulwer-Lyt-ton.'
Duff, at Methodist church yester
day at 6:30; White Oak, at Presby
terian church at 1 ' p. m. today;
Jonathan Creek, at Rock Hill school
today at 6.30 p. m.; Ivy Hill, at
Dellwood school on Friday, at 6:30.
Persons who have been notified
to sign their application for pay
ment under the AAA and have not
done so, may sign their applica
tion from 6:30 to 7:30 p. m., ac
cording to the county agents.
Before each election there will
be a motion picture, "Soil lor
Tomorrow," shown by the county
agents. All the scenes have been
taken in North Carolina.
S. R. Crockett, Pastor.
Sunday school 10:00 a. m.
Church services 11:00 a. m. and
8 p. m.
GRACE EPISCOPAL CHURCH
Rector, Rev. Raymond E. Mac
Blain. Sunday, October 12:
9:45 a. m. Church school.
11:00 a. m. Morning prayer and
Tuesday, October 14:
3:30 p. m. Auxiliary meeting.
24 lb. bag
24 lb. bag:
24 lb. bag
Hazelwood Group Enjoys
Weiner Roast and Outing;
The ladies of the B. A. U. of the
Hazelwpod Baptist church enjoyed
a weiner roast at the home of Mrs.
Clarence Scruggs last Friday night.
Those present were: Mrs, Oscar
Knight, Mrs. Spurgeon Davis, Mrs.
Raymond Crawford, Mrs. Philmore
Massey, Mrs, J. B. Hoyle, Mrs. Ad
die McHone, Mrs. Rufus Clark,
Mrs. Robert Cope, Mrs. Pink
Com pton, Mrs. Frank Underwood,
and Mrs. Scruggs.
THE METHODIST CHURCH
"Simon Peter's Heroic 'Never
theless' " is the pastor's sermon
subject for the morning worship
hour at eleven o'clock. In the
evening he will speak on: "The
Call of the Rich Young Man."
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
H. G. Hammett, Pastor.
The subject for study in the
Bible school Sunday at 9:45 a. m.
is "Christ Our Savior." This is
the second lesson in the study of
the gre at realities of God's eternal
"The Motive For Christian Stew
ardship," is the pastor's subject
for the morning worship at 11:00
o'clock. At the evening worship at
7:30 the sermon will be, "People
That God Forgot."
Mrs. G. V. Howell was hostess
to members of the Jonathan Creek
home demonstration club at a meet
ing held Friday afternoon at her
Thirteen members and one guest,
Mrs. Jessie Caldwell, were present.
After the business session Mrs.
F. R. Kennedy reported on poul
try. Mrs. Medford Leatherwood
on foods and nutrition, Mrs. lEiras
tus Owen on home beautification
and Mrs. G. V. Howell on clothing.
Miss Mary Margaret Smith made
a short talk on buying ready made
The next meeting will be" an all
day meeting on December 6th with
Mrs. R. W. Howell.
Mrs. J. W. Wood, of Newport,
has returned home after spending
three weeks with her sister, Mrs.
E. J. Howell.
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE LESSON
. SERMON !
"Aresin, disease, and death real," 8:00 a. m.
will be the subject of the lesson-ser-! Franklin, every 2nd and 5th
ounaay o:vu a, m.
Cherokee, every 3rd Sunday 8:00
mon at the Masonic Temple on Sun
day morning. The Golden Text
will be from Jeremiah 17:14, "Heal
me, O Lord, and I shall be healed;
save men, and I shall be saved;
for Thou art my praise."
ST. JOHN'S CHURCH
Waynesville, every Sunday 11:00
Bryson City, every 1st Sunday
Murphy, every 4th Sunday 8:00
Americans may soon be buying
more of their groceries in powder
form as a result of the move to
conserve precious shipping space.
'V' A vv -
3, s. 25
3 ibs. 25
3 us. 25
QUAKER OATS large size 231
3 No. leans 250
2 No. 2f cans 250
Clo- White . .
U L IE U 2for
s s s-BBsj b-m ae i : mm A
FOR WASHING DISHES
Larpe Heads Large Size Fla. Bunch
Lettuce Grapefruit Turnips
2 ,.15 2 ,q 15 3 f.r 25
Dairy Feed jgg IJg
Native and Western Meats
WALTER FRANCIS, Owner
' Opposite Masonic Temple