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(One Day Nearer Victory) THURSDAY, NOVEMBER
THE WAYNES VILLE MOUNTAINEER
Mud, Mud, Mud
Church rooms on the second floor
of the Masonic Temple.
Authorized Christian Science
literature available from lending
library after church services each
Sunday church service at 11 a. m.
and the subject of next Sunday will
be, "Soul and Body," with the Gol
den Text taken from Psalm 84:2,
"My soul longeth, yea, even fain
teth for the courts of the Lord;
my heart and my flesh crieth out
for the living God-
Pastor, Miles A. McLean
Sunday school at 10:00 with
classes for all ages.
Church service at 11:00 at which
time the pastor will introduce the
Nation-wide Bible Reading move
ment sponsored by the American
Bible Society. The topic for the
sermon will be, "The Enduring
Word," and the text, I Peter 1:25,
"But the word of the Lord endureth
forever.'' There will be an anthem
by the choir.
The young people will meet at
7:30 p. m.
Schedule of Masses
Waynesville, every Sunday, 11:00
Bryson City, every 1st Sunday,
6:00 a. m-
Franklin, every 2nd and 4th Sun
Jay, 8:00 a. m.
Murphy, every 5th Sunday, 8:00
Canton, every 6th Sunday. 8:00
Cherokee, every 3rd Sunday,
8 00 a. m.
Sylva, every 1st Sunday, 6:00 a
Welch Cove, every 1st Sunday,
11:00 a. m. (C.W.T.).
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
L. G. Elliott, Pastor
Supt. Earl Messer is anxious that
all officers and teachers of the Sun
day School be in their places at
9:45 Sunday morning. This is the
teaching agency of the church in
which Biblical instruction and in
spiration are available far all ages.
At the morning worship . hour,
11:00, the pastor will speak on
this . subject: "As God hath Pros
pered Him." At the close of this
message the Finance Committee
will present the proposed budget
of the church for 1945. Let all the
SIGN OF A
Cold Preparations as directed
Having qualified as administra
tor of the estate of W. H. McCrack
en deceased, late of Haywood Coun
ty, North Carolina, this is to notify
all persons having claims against
the estate of said deceased to ex
hibit them to the undersigned at
Waynesville-, Route Two, North
Carolina, on or before the 1st day
of November, 1945 or this notice
will be pleaded in bar of their re
covery. All persona indebted to
said estate will please make imme
This the 1st day of November,
MRS. GUSSIE M. McCRACKEN,
Administrator of the Estate of W.
H. McCracken, Deceased.
1401 Nov. 2-9-16-23-30 Dec. 7.
ThU'is to notify all p rsons. that
M. O. Galloway and Grace Gallo
way trading and doing business as
Waynesville Lumber Company has
been dissolved and the said Grace
Galloway no longer has any inte
rest in aaid business; that the aaid
M. O. Galloway will continue to
operate said business as bis own,
as M- O- Galloway, trading and d
iag business as Waynesville Lum
ber Company. All persons having
claims against the aaid Wayneaville
Lumber Company are requested to
present the same to M. O. Galloway
This the 30th day of October,
M. O. GALLOWAY and GRACE
Galloway, Doing Busineaa as
Waynesville Lumber Company.
1402 Nov. 2-9-16-23.
Having qualified as Adminis
trator of the estate of W. R. Brad
ley deceased, late of Haywood
County, North Carolina, this is to
notify all persons having claims
against the estate of said deceased
to exhibit thfm to the undersigned
-f r.ivHe. R.F.D. No. 1., North
Carolina, on or before the 9th day
of November, 1945 or tnis nonce
will be pleaded in bar of their re
covery. All persons indebted ta
said estkte will please snake imme.
This the 9th day of November,
1944. ' '
Administrator of the Estate of
W.'R- Bradley, deceased.
1403 Nov. 9-16-23-30 Dec. 7-14.
Mud, oozy and clinging, fails to
halt the ever faithful jeep as it
is piloted by SSgt. James F.
Rogers, of Waynesville. Sgt. Rog
ers manages to fight mud as he
drives along near Nancy, France,
but the ieeD and the serireant's
tlothing are well caked with the
stuff as can be seen by the above
Signal Corps photo sent The Way
nesville Mountaineer by the Office
of War Information.
members be present and participate
in the discussion.
Training Union, under the di
rection of Mix Hatsie Freeman,
will meet at 6:30 p. m. This is the
training agency of the church in
which the whole membership may
find valuable help in "growing in
grace and in knowledge."
Sunday evening, 7:30, the pastor
will speak on this subject: "A
Grain of Mustard Seed." A cordial
welcome awaits you at all services
of the church. Worship somewhere
The Mid-week service on Wed
nesday evening at 7:30 is attract
ing a large number each week.
These services are held in the main
auditorium. Last week we had
seventy-five in attendance. Our
goal is one ihundred. This is the
church at prayer. If the church
is derelict in anything it can be
charged to lack of prayer.
The Union Thanksgiving Ser
vice will be held at the Presbyter
ian church on Thursday morning
at 9:00 o'clock. A thank offering
will be taken for the Orphanage.
CHURCH OF GOD
Itev. S- C. Lowery, Pastor
Sunday school at 10:30.
Preaching at 11:30.
The Re.v J. M. Woodard of Ha
elwood will be the speaker at the
evening service at 8:00 o'clock.
The public is cordially invited to
attend all services.
GRACE CHURCH IN THF.
Rev. Robert G. Tatum, Rector
Sunday next before Advent
Sunday school at 10:30 a. m.
Morning Prayer and sermon at
Young People's service League
at 6:00 p. m.
ST. MARY'S CHAI'KI.
Evensong and sermon at
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
J. C. Madison, Pastor
Church School with classes for
all ages opens at 10:00 o'clock.
The pastor will be in the pulpit
for both services. At the morning
hour his subject will be, "God Hath
Spoken" At 7:30 he will speak
on the theme, "Our Bible and How
to Read It."
The Methodist Youth Fellowship
meets at 6:30.
Man Sorry, old man, but I can't
lend you any money. Lending
money breaks up friendships, you
Friend But what of it? We
never were very good friends.
Recently a bridge player holding
a power-house of a hand, made the
four no-trump bid thus asking his
partner for aces. Suddenly rea
lizing that he himself held the
four aces, he exploded with:
"Wasn't that a foolish ask?"
Each and every day of our lives
we make some "foolish ask.'' Per
haps we ask ourselves: "Why
should I buy more bonds when I
already have all I want?" or: "Why
should I d'.ny myself this, that or
the other when I know some peo
ple are getting all they want?"
"Why should I save on gas when
I see a dozen or more wasting gas
that we are urged to save?" WHY?
Perhaps the most colossal and
foolish ask of modern history was
that made when Hitler queried:
"Why can't I rule the world?"
And the second was like unto it
when Japan, bowing low to conceal
the dagger at her belt, smoothly
and smugly cooed: "And, honor
able please, may I have the extreme
pleasure of aiding you in this hap
py task?" And you see the reply
they are getting.
Somehow it has always seemed
to me that the fellow who uses bhe
act of the other fellow to salve his
Support Of 6th Drive
The members of the American
Legion Auxiliary are cooperating
with the Sixth War Bond Drive
and all members are being urged
to buy a bond during the campaign.
Members who are buying bonds are
requested to get in touch with Mrs.
Leo Martell and give her the
amount of the bonds bought so that
the information may be kept by
This information may also be
left with Mrs. Lester Burgin at
Burgin's store on Main Street. The
Auxiliary is anxious to learn how
many members are taking part in
the drive. If the information is
not ready before the next meeting
on Drc. 2, the members are asked
to bring it to the meeting.
own conscience, is hunting even the
tiniest loop-hole through which he
can escapi- a duty that is unden
iably his. Just because a hold-up
man drapes a gun caressingly
near your ribs and extracts the in
ner lining of your wallet, would
you think that a justification for
you to go thou and do likewise?
How often we have heard this:
"We really should charge them
more than the other people because
when we go to their resort, they
push op the prices to exhorbitant
heights." All of these excuses
seem such pitifully weak alibis
that we should, if we find ourselv
es needing such outlets, provide
some new ones. The others are
bromidic and worn thread-bare.
Let's ask ourselves wise ques
tions instead of foolish ones. Why
not this: "If I go without that new
what-you-may-call-it, why can't I
buy that extra bond so sorely need
ed?" "Why can't I walk instead
of putting in those extra gallons of
gas to which I am entitled?"
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LITTLE HELPFUL AT THE BAT
In the middle of the night, have
you dropped a glass or bottle on
the tile floor of the bathroom and
heard that sickening crash that
tells you glass has flown to the
four corners of the room ? And you
dare not use that old stand-by:
"I'll just leave it until morning."
Well, listen. Get the broom and
carefully sweep the glass particles
into a neat little pile in one corner,
easily accessible. Then get a
couple of sheets of old newspaper,
soak thoroughly in water for a
minute or two, then drop outspread
over the broken glass Carefully,
without pressing too hard, scoop
up the wet paper. The glass will
cling affectionately to its dampness.
See if it doesn't. No cut fingers,
no muss, no fuss.
A Fraziergram: If some women
had more hindsight instead of fore
sight, there'd be less slacks worn.
Buy War Bonds and Stamps.
Your Future -
Put Something Aside Each Week
Building and Loan
New Series OpeJ
Building & Loan
The Demand For More Pasteurized Milk By
The Armed Forces Means We
Prices Were Never Higher
Pet Dairy Products Co.
Phone 10 Waynesville. N. C.
The Greeneville Tobacco Rflar
Is Ready To Open On December 11th
High Prices Are Again Expected to Rule for This Cr
Due to much of the crop taking second growth, it hasn't cured out, and but
tobacco has been graded. In fact, a large percentage of the crop should not
stripped before January. Because of this fact, and the labor shortage, the
season will likely extend over a longer period. There should be no complain!!
this respect in view of the fact that the ceiling prices will remain the same throaj
out the entire sales season.
The War has caused much shifting of tobacco forces. However, Greeneville beind
ESTABLISHED MARKET, both small and large manufacturers, as heretofore
be represented, assuring strong competition on all grades. In this connection,
following is copied from a recent issue of the Southern Tobacco Journal:
Trk re-dura h 11 v i i, or svnaniua ii Sa nmmvn fnr Pninnonini In nlace bujmi
nrffora . . . this w fnifi1lv tniA nn tha cmallap mnrlrota
Thna a rnmnnnv ifwtm4 tf mnirpinn tlin ornoTiaa nf maintaining 1
OWN BUYER on a certain market, places a buying order with a LEAF PEAUl
who has a buyer at that market.
"This buyer bids not only on behalf of his employer, but possibly half
dozen other companies.
"Were it not for the multiple buying orders it is probable that many
smaller markets would cease to operate, and the existing trend tow
nation of small markets would be more pronounced.
"Viewed alone, multiple buying may become an abuse which is
the interests of the growers by reason of the fact that competition m
diminished." Southern Tobacco Journal
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onallan marlrnla A h U,.: xl al.allH hpUT that 1
..iiiiuivi iuaiu miu me giunci Having luurc lIlcLU Mil BUC O"""1"
mind, and if not a to long haul, sell it on an ESTABLISHED MARKET.
thf. RR.rRYfrr: STF.MMrvn Arn cTADArc ox a twins ARE LOCATED
GREENEVILLE. THE MORE TOBACCO THE GROWERS HAUL
DIRECT ON THE GREENEVILLE FLOORS, THE LESS THE
COMPANIES HAVE TO HAUL. HELP CONSERVE GAS AND Ki
BER BY SELLING DIRECT ON THE GREENEVILLE MAB&&'
Two Sets of Buuers - Two Daily Sales
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