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THURSDAY. JULY 12, lgfo
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
y1RSl I'KESBYTEKIAX CHURCH
I -The i-ittle Church on the Corner"
-lir ami nicmuci 3 ait: uir-
,,e so many vlmijis oui
i ... , u..
!!i Sunday School and at
andav Or. Vaiker: the pastor
! tU on "The Glory of Vii Age."
I "no, a' mvfage to old peopH but
r . ' iy from little vliildren to the
J'Y: ,1- "are mo-t earnestly urged to
f ''iV V: iVel like you mast "dress up"
L a -tend church. Come just like you
T . it j the worship of the Lord and
So a .-.'octal event. The man 'ih 'over-
U receive a hearty welcome.
'cumiay'. Program: Sunday School
-40- .norninjr worship and sermon,
II a' m.: Christian Endtayor.'7?lf.j
J,.; Md-weck service Wednesday 8
A Revival Meet in-,'
Xt!$t Sunday mormnc;. Ju; . 1". wi''
beuin our revivi! .r :.. o-.... j..
Gravi? Methodist thu: h' on 7.nV,i,',;,
cieek. Service will h., i,..i i .1.
, : ' iun
week at 10:3(1 m the morninir and at
r..0 in the evening The pastor will
he assisted in the nieeiinu bv Rev J
L. Reynolds of llurn-vi!!e. X. C 1
trust every member of the church,
who possibly .an. will make his plans
to attend all these services.
We shall look for you Sundav niorn.
mir at the first srvi, ... ( ..... i
tiring some one with vuu.
V. M. Uobbtns, pastor.
FIRST .METHODIST i
Paul Hardin, Jr., Pastor j
All service, Kiinrhv ... .1,.. .. 1...J
ine church school at 9:45 a. m.,
with classes for everyone. Mr. Hugh
Sloan is the superintendent.
Morning chur. h service at 11 o'clock.
Sermon by the pastor.
The young people meet at 7:15 in
the evening and extend a cordial in
vitation to visiting young people.
The evening church service is at
s ..'clock. The rirst part of the ser
v!c. is devoted to the congregational
su.gnij of familiar hymns. Sunday
i vening we are to. ..have the added
pleasure of hearing the Rev. J. H.
Barnhanit former popular pastor of
our church, who Ls now pastor of
t!i ace church. Wilmintrton. X. C.
aie happy ove. the number of
s who are attending our ser
if you arc temporarily without
ih home we hope that you will
: fi'ctlv at home in ours.
t l'C. ;
Rev. R. P. Walker will preach in
the rrancis t. ove Chape! Sunday after
noon at ; o'clock.
Intertiation.il Jnw is best known by
the successful violations of It.
Mrs. Bill Eagle- of Decatur. Geor
gia, arrived yesterday for a few
days' visit to her muster, Mrs. Grady
Boyd, and Mr. Boyd.
Mis. Alain Kirkpatriek returned
to her home in Shelby Wednesday
after a visit to her mother, Mrs. J.
Mr. HaVrold Massie srxnt last
week-end in Charlotte as the guest
of h:., :.utu, Mrs W. A. Short
Mrs. Humes Hart and little
ii ughtiv '.oft Sunday to' spend sever
al day- in Cincinnati, Ohio.
Mr. .John H. Wills and children,
of Fort i.uulerda.le. Fkvida, are
amont the recent arrivals in the citv
and are residing at the Shuford
Howell cottage for the summer.
Dr. and Mrs. .John Smathers hav
as their guests Mr. and Mrs. Waldo
Sherman and Miss Flo Phillips, o
St. Petersburg, Florida.
Miss Hester Ann Withers left
Tuesday for Greenwood. South Caro
lina where she will visit one of her
ehool mates. Miss Mildred llooten.
.y Rev. and Mrs. Roy J. Donaldson
nn cniuiren. Miss Betty Jean and
Roy, Jr., of Atlanta. Georgia a.v
truest of Mrs. A. M. Maxwell
Mr. Frank Hardin, of Cincinnati
Ohio, arrived last week to spend his
vacation with his parent- Mr and
Mrs. W. I,. Hardin.
Mrs. W. W. Norman and Mrs Av$!
Davis, of Griffin. Georgia. an ivod
Monday for a visit to the former's;
iiiiugmer. .11 s. riicmiru H:rher. Jr
ml Mr. Barber.
Dr. and Mrs. Lay ton Hoy:.- and
Mr. :nd Mrs. F.ank Hoyi.-, of I'h.ir
lette, spent Sumiay in the citv as
UWft' of their aunt. Mrs p.". W.
Mrs. A. C. McLean, of Tamp.
Honda arrived Tuesday for a twa
week's visit to her parents, Dr. and
Mrs. J. F. Abel.
Differ in Keenness of Smell
Individuals differ so in keenness at
smell that some Mowers seem fragrant
to some people and odorless to other
Half Man, Half Hor..
In classic mythology centaurs rer
heinss wlio were half man and half
horse. They l'mi-lit ith the Lapltha
a poop'e of 'Phcssaly at the mar
riage feast of Ilippodaiuia and 1'irlt
hous, and were expelled from their
country. Chiron was the most famous
of the centaurs
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