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The Rev. Grady Barringer, Pastor j
10:00?Morning Worship. Ser- j
mon by ths pastor.
11:00 ? Church school. Taylor
6:30 ? Intermediate MYF. I
7:30 ? Choir practice for the i
10:00?Church School. Jack Ar- I
rington, Supt. 1
7:45?Rev. Raymond Bodie will |
be in charge of the beginning re
vival lasting through Friday even- .
MAPLE GROVE i
8:00?W.S.C.S. will meet* in the
home of Nancy and Mrs. Will , <
10:00?Church School. Leonard
11:00?Morning Worship. Ser- i
mon by the pastor.
7:^^?' Choir practice for one
Sunday, July 29th ? Morning
Worship, sermon by the pastor. |
This will also be Homecoming at
Maple Grove. Picnic lunch will be ;
spread at 12:00 noon. We cordially
invite all our old friends and form
er pastors. After lunch there will ,
be quartet singing and a program
carried out by C. R. Palmer,
Church Lav Leader. COME AND
LETS MAKE THI& A REAL
The Rev. Hobert Shope, Jr., Pastor
"I was Glad when they said un
to Me. Let us go into the house
of the Lord." Psalms?122:1.
10:00 a.m.?-Sunday School. Earl
11:00 a.m. ? Morning Worship
Service. Message by the pastor.
3:00 p.m.?Service at Dixon's !
Rest Home on Balsam Road
7:00 p.m.?Training Union. J. L.
8:00 p.m.?Evening Worship Ser
vice. Message by the pastor.
7:30 p.m.?Prayer Meeting and
choir practice. Bible study in book
of I Corinthians.
If you are not attending Sunday
School or Church anywhere, we in
vito you to come worship with us.
Visitors are welcome.
First Baptist Church
The Bev. T. E. Beolmett Puter
?Sunday S< hool, The Teach-,
Lng Ministry. Mr. Glenn W. Brown
9:45 to 12:00?The Nursery Is
11:00 ? David Livingston Sun
11:00?Morning Worship. Ser
mon by the pastor.
Music under the direction of
8 00?Evening Worship. Sermon
by the pastor
2:45 ? William Wallace Sun
beams meet at the church.
7:30?Intermediate G. A's. meet
st the parsonage
7:30?Intermediate R. A's. meet
at the parsonage
7:30?Midweek prayer service.
3:30?Junior G A's meet at the
Bethel Baptist Church
The Rev. Thomas Erwin Pastor
10 00 a.m.?Sunday School. Ma
jor Burress, Supt.
11:00 a.m. ? Morning Worship.
Message by the pastor every 1st and
7.00 p.m. ? Baptist Training
Union. Mrs. Lillian Styles, Direc
8:00 p.m. ? Evening Worship.
Message by the pastor every 2nd
and 4th Sunday.
7:15 p.m. ? Mid-week Prayer
Service and choir practice
7:15 p.m.?Weekly meeting of the
Sunday School Teachers of Beth
el and Mt. Zion Baptist churches.
Many visitors attend and all are
invited to come.
Richland Baptist Church
Telephone GL 6-3507
The Rev. Edgar Willix, Pastor
7 30 p.m.?W.M.U meets to or
ganize RA's, GA's and Sunbeams.
10:00 a.m. ? Sunday School.
Wayne Caldwell. Superintendent,
Ernest Miller, Associate Superin
11:00 a.m.?Morning Worsrhip.
Sermon by the pastor.
6:45 p.m. ? Training Union.
Everett Cutshaw, Director, and
Roy Parton, Associate Director.
Youth- 01 the church Will have
7:30 p.m.?Song Service.
7 30 p.m.?Prayer meeting.
8:00 p.m.:?Choir practice.
We Belong to a Great Company
TO HAVE FAITH AND LOVE CHARACTERIZES
i \ Scripture?Acts 2:H-b7; Hebrews 10 19-25; 11:1?13:8.
By NEWMAN CAMPBELL
r OUR LESSON today is a ser
mon on real Christian behavior
and a fine study on what can be
accomplished by faith.
Our first Bible reference is
from Acts 2, telling of how the
members of the first church,
probably in Jerusalem, lived har
moniously together. Everything
j^^common property. Those who
possess ions, sold them and it
was share and share alike. When
someone was in need of anything
it was supplied from the com
Many a congregation of a new
church has begun with like har
mony among the members, but
all too often dissensions break
out, and how sad it is to see a
group of professing Christians
divided by quarrels and illwill
toward each other. The aim of
every such group should be to
obey the words of Jesus: "This
is My commandment, that ye love
C People were so impressed with
(MEMORY VERSE I
"Let us love one another; for love is of God."?-I John J.7. I
the love and harmony of spirit so
evident in this Christian congre
gation. that they were favored,
and "the Lord added to the
church many such as should be
J Now as to the matter of faith.
The writer of the Epistle to the
Hebrews wrote, "Having an high
|)riest over the house of God; let
,us draw near with a true heart
In full assurance of faith ....
let us hold fast the profession of
eur faith, without wavering.".
* Then he reviews some of the
accomplishments of the great
men in Hebrews' past. Through
faith Noah, warned of God of the
flood which was to destroy the
world, built the Ark and saved
his house and many of the crea
tures of the world.
1 Abraham had faith to go to a
strange country, not knowing
where he was going, to establish
his family in a new land. Also,
.when he was commanded to
make a sacrifice of his beloved
son Isaac, he obeyed God's com
mand, knowing that he could
trust Him and his faith was justi
Moses, refusing to be called the
son of Pharaoh's daughter, who
had taken him from the bul
rushes and brought him up, sor
rowing for the plight of his peo
ple, captives in Egypt, had faith
that he would be helped to lead
them out of bondage to a land
of promise. He overcame all ob
stacles, and with faith led his
people through the wilderness to
The early believers in Christ
had faith in Him and although
they were persecuted in the most
terrible manner, they kept their
faith, "choosing rather to suffer
affliction with the people of God
than to enjoy the pleasures of sin
for a season."
"Wherefore seeing we also are
compassed about with so great a
cloud of witnesses, let us lay
aside every weight, and the sins
which doth so easily beset us,
and let us run with patience the
race that is set before us."
Let' the teacher strive to in
spire the younger as well as the
older pupils with the faith to do
what is right in spite of tempta
tions. and to have faith that they
can accomplish' what ideals they
have in mind?whether it be
good conduct marks in school,
good scholastic standings or, for
the older ones, the joy of be
coming upright, useful citizens in
a world that so sadly needs right
thinking, and, above all, faith
that right will triumph over evil
We need go no further than
our own country to realize that
many men and women with little
money or influence in the begin
ning have succeeded in becoming
benefactors of mankind by found
ing schools to teach the ignorant
in places which sorely needed
such aid. By correcting injustices,
helping to repeal bad laws and
substituting better ones, etc.
In purely worldly matters how
many have risen to financial suc
I cess and eminence through their
fjaaea on C..pyri(rt.trr1 outline pn^urrd by t!,? P > n or LnriKiin woniiw.
^?UomI Council of Churchea of Chriat In tf S * ""d u??* b? P*rm Melon.1
Distributed by King Featuree Syndicate
HOLD TIGHT !
Ever find yourself caught out in the middle of a storm with
your umbrella blowing itself inside out?
r There you are, clinging like mad to that frail bit of cloth and
r metal... and you realize that if the wind gets one whit stronger your
> "protection" is going to blow right out Of your hands.
Fortunately, it doesn't hurt to get wet, so losing your umbrella
wouldn't be much of a tragedy. But when you're caught in one 0 I
of the other types of storms life deals out ... a storm that buffets
at your inner sense of security . . . or your idea of right or wrong
... a storm that tries to undermine your marriage, or your career
. . or a storm of sickness or strife ... then it's a very different
' How fortunate that in those more difficult moments you don't
have to rely upon something as flimsy as an umbrella. How for- I
, tunate that you can turn to the Church and find in it solace, pro- I
. tection, courage, and the faith to keep going. You will find that '
the Church is a shelter that will always protect you.
THE CHURCH FOR ALL . . .
ALL FOR THE CHURCH
The Church is the greatest (actor on earth (or
the building of character and good citizenship
It is a storehouse ol spiritual values Without a
strong Church, neither democracy nor civilization
can survive There are (our sound reasons why
every person should attend services regularly
and support the Church They are (1) For his
own sake (2) For his children's sake (3) For the
sake ol his community and nation. (4) For the
sake of the Church itself, which needs his moral
and material support Plan to go to church regu
larly and read your Bible daily.
U*y Book Chapter Vertet
Sunday Psalms 107 2J-32
Monday ... t....... 1 Samuel 15 20-25
Tuesday .Luke 12 22-34
Wednesday . Romans 12 9-21
Thursday ......... Matthew 8 14-27
Friday ........... Mark 4 30-41
Saturday .Luke 8 19-25
i i n*rvir?. StrMbyri. v*
Allison Construction Co., Inc.
? Asphalt Parlaf ?
Balsam Rd. Dial GL 6-5621
Allison & Duncan Oil Co.
Dlstiibntors of Phillips 66
Dial GL ?-3921 Haselwood
The Book Store
Haywood Typewriter Co.
Dial GL 6-3691 or GL 6-6839
Authorized Agents for
Cravenette Water Repellent
Church A Montgomery Sta., Dial GL 6-3671
Owners ? Charlie WoodarS
and Jimaole Williams
Complete 24-Honr Serrlee
Enloe & Reed, Distributors
Gulf Oil Products
Lake Junaluska. N. C. Dial GL 6-8309
"Dealers In Quality Seeds"
Feeds ? Fertilisers - Insecticides
Asherille Rd. Dial GL 6-5335
Farmers Hardware and Supply Co.
"Quality and Service At Reasonable Price*"
Depot Street Dial GL 6-8169
Firestone Home & Auto
Bill Cobb Dial GL 6-3071
"Something' from the Jeweler's hi
Always Something Special"
Garrett Furniture Co., Inc.
Dial GL 6-5325
Haywood Builders Supply Co.
"Where There Is A Material Difference"
Depot Street Dial GL 6-6051
Haywood County Farmers Cooperative
? Feeds, Seeds, Fertiliser ?
216 Depot Street Dial GL 6-8621
Ashevllle Road GL 6-8666
Haywood Esso Distributor, Inc.
? Heating: Oils ?
Day Phone GL 6-5056 Night Phone GL 6-8273
"Vour Friendly Hardware Dealer"
Main St. Waynesvilie
Junaluska Wayside Restaurant
Mr. & Mrs. David Riley, Owners
Open ? 6:00 A. M. to 10:30 P. M.
Dial GL 6-6285
R. R. Kibbe, Jr., Consignee
Texas Petroleum Products
Furnace Oil, Crystalite, Gasoline, Motor Oils
Railroad St. Dial GL 6-8591
Massic Furniture Company
Main Street Waynesvilie
T. S. Morrison - Foard, Inc.
Farm Equipment, Hardware, Seeds & Feeds
405 Depot St. Dial GL 6-8386
Red Wing Gift Shop
Gift and Decorative Accessories
Costume Jewelry ? Greeting Cards
202 N. Main
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Rogers Electric Company
Sales and Set-rice of AH Electrical Appilaasea
437 Main St Dial GL MU1
Smoky Mtn. Self-Service Grocery
Free Deli re 17
Balsam Road Dial GL 44541
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"Never Boy Before Toe Try TirawV
Waynesville Auto Parte
Wholesalers of Standard Parts A Aeeesmries
136 Main Street Dial GL 6-M7S
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Waynesville Radio Serriee
Waynesville's Leadin* Radio and TT Serrteo
116 Miller Street Dial GL 6-S2S1