North Carolina Newspapers

    L-rsDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1937
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
Page 7
Merica's Rotten Spot Is
Discovered At One Glance
By A. C. Honeycutt.
- - one has we'1 said that- "Home
also been said that,
earth
bio-
It hu
' fh.. onlv spot on
'"'. f iuits and failings of fallen
hidden unuer me mantle
if the home is one
jv are
rity .
And
it
f- 'ht'l' Lilt LHllU'Vllil
'"the mother's world and the
r'Ttrue citadel. Home is a place
.' j'rife i shut out and where a
M 'i,lVt. is shut in, if God is in it.
is i'1-eatei- than the homes
A-o it mi anil nil himin
. ,T,i u ui.it ''
Legless Swimmer Finishes 147-Mile Trip
1ULR CHILDREN." Bear in mind
both the above quoted command and
promise are STILL IN" FORCE. Ca-.
any sane parent read this and cm tem
plate its far reaching importance to
both parent and child without a feel
ing of seriousness? I trust that the
thousands uhn rn-iH t.'-
lu e
u., ..n . '
mtr iun measure 01 importance which
it should anu d
Deuteronomy
enth chapter
.
demand. Turn to
and read the full elov
uid tnen ponder over it.
a parent u will ceita:r:
It you are
sober vou.
The Koiten Spot on the Body I .iitic
II I were asked to put my linger on
the rotten spot of the United St.-it,.-..
. 1. nvin I ne Liuruumi jl lii
1 f I 1 t:V,.,, I ..... I...:.... .
inmates worsnip. an j u"i iiesuaie to point low
i and written about
which the
I has been sale
, import awe
that it
of the home and home
is hard to think of
sav or write on the
t-air.jr
k-W new to
At Ta!ma-e once said that the
(is "A church within a church, a
"jjic within a republic, a world
...II If ikinivo in ..irvVif
t-.in a wonu. i mma Bw nsm
e, they go right everywhere; if
p go wrong mere, tney go wrong
l-phcR'. Ihe ooor-siu or me
Ulintr house is the foundation of
fECH AND STATE."
. . . i r ci.n. 1 ..
Ujr I mm iroiiiniB out nj
.Mosaic baw
'he subject for the Sunday school
U for September 12 is:
A Nation Needs Religious Homes, '
b the printed text selected is Deu-
,omv ti:4. 5; 11:18-25.
Hear Israel: THE LORD OUR
P. COP IS ONE LORD. And thou
it love the Lord thy God with all
b heart, and with all thy soul.
with all thine might. Therefore
; ye lay up these my words' in
heart and in your soul, and bind
i for a sight upon your hands,
i; ye may be as frontlets between
eyes, AND YE SHALL TEACH
b! TO CHILDREN, SPEAKING
THEM WHEN THOU SITTEST
THINE HOUSE. AND WHEN
OU WALK EST BY THE WAY,
E THOC LIEST nnwu
the smtul neglect in the early home
training. It is our weakness as surely
as we are Americans. And unle.-s we
start building up along that lin-. we
shall not long last as a national v o. ld
power. I am not one who wouid op
pose progress and a change in living
conditions which naturally come with
inventions and greater enlighten
ment, but too many of us, both young
and old are living too much in automo
biles and not enough in the home. We
must get back to the hearthstone and
there spend more time in teaching
our children those old virtues which
are so essential to the building of
character, HONESTY, MORALITY.
SOBRIETY, INDUSTRY AND GOD
LINESS. It was this home training
which made George Washington the
"Father of his country." He com
manded the army of the American
Revolution, BUT MARY WASHING
TON COMMANDED HIM FIRST.
When Henry Clay lay dying his pas
tor sat by his bedside to do what he
could to comfort him. As the hours
wore away and the great Kentucky
statesman grew weaker he appeared
to be again living in the past. He
was again in the days of his boyhood,
and as the minister held his hand he
heard the 76-year-old, "Old Man Elo
quent," as he had become known, keep
r - -s -jgis
Swimming from Albany to New York, H7 miles, Charles Zimmy,'
legless swimmer, has announced he is reaily for longer swilns in the
future. His remarkable floating powers', attributed to the fact
that he is legless, enables him to drift wi'h the tide and even sleep
while in the water.
EX THOU LIEST DOW'N. AND saying over ar over aain: My
ILN THOU RISE ST UP.
a terrible responsibilty Uod
:ed on the parents of children.
I yet what a privilege He gives
p to build character into the
It lives of their off-spring. And
p. to the implied promise from
to the implied promise from Him
never breaks a promise:
And thou shalt write them upon
DOOR POSTS OF THINE
SEA.VD UPON THY GATES:
T YOUR DAYS MAY BE MUL-
LIED, AND THE DAYS OF
A BUSY MAN
REPORTS . . .
mother! My mother! My mother!
That revealed the story of Henry
Clay s greatness.
Let us have more real homes
Christian homes. It is our duty to
ourselves, to our children, our country
and our God. And what a power is
the Christian home. What a power
it is to the child when he is FAR
AWAY IN THE COLD TEMPTING
WORLD, AND WHEN THE VOICES
OF EVIL ARE FILLING HIS EARS,
AND HIS FEET STAND ON SLIP
PERY PLACES
May American parents again start
heeding the command which we get
IiUlll AIIi3(JllCU Ull IJtUt e, 1 lAlll
UP A CHILD IN THK WAV HE
SHOULD GO," and rest on the prom
ise that, "WHEN HE IS OLD HE
WILL NOT DEPARH FROM IT,
IpIT laughed at me when I
6u tu answer me quesuon:
Itt do you think of the labor
PlC5?'
P7 lauehed because thev
t I couldn't express a sound
Mi on a current subject. But
I started, they realized that I
" hat I was talklne about!
itfe Was a tlm whon T ia1
W when they asked me for my
Mi: 'I don't, linnm
r rae time in o munv.
Bfte headlines.'.
Jotttat was before I discovered
' Wted States News and
41 Sow quick and a it. ic tr.
Wormed. a
lint ci , """"
hlr News 1 now sPeak
-mtrFRANCE on questions of
''7 Prtance. My conver-
CONVINCINO than ever
1 used to do when I tried
filer L '""nation by piecing
.-"icidcea news articles."
Go to Church Sunday
"Grace Church in the Mountains"
EPISCOPAL
Rev. Albert New, Rector
Sunday, September 12th
8 A. M. Holy Communion.
10 A. M. Church school.
11 A. M. The Rector will preach.
Everybody cordially invited.
ST. JOHN CATHOLIC CHURCH
Rev. Howard V. Lane, Pastor.
Morning mass at 11 A. M. Bene
diction of the Blessed Sacrament after
the mass. Sermon "The Command
merits," by the pastor.
Morning mass in Franklin in the
American Legion hall at 8 A. M.
High Meat Prices
Due For Decline
Housewives who have been howl
ing about the high cost of meat had
the- word of government experts this
week that prices had reached a peak
and declines would follow shortly.
Charts on retail meat prices at the
Bureau of Agricultural Economics
showed they had touched seven-year
highs recentlyespecially for tender
juicy steaks and savory pork chops.
The economists said high prices
were caused by droughts and business
recovery.
The American Federation of Labor,
stating living costs in July were' 4.3
per cent higher than during the same
month last year declared workers will
be' forced to a lower living standard
this fall unless their pay checks' are
at least 5 per cent larger than in lD.'SU.
PEACH CROP IN N. C.
WAS 921 CARLOADS
New Yorkers have consumed more
than half of the 921 cars of peaches
shipped from North Carolina through
August 9, Harry T. Westcott, asso
ciate marketing specialist of the
North Carolina Department of Agri
culture, announced.
"North Carolina growers have had
a decided advantage in the marketing
of their peaches this season in view
of the fact that Georgia had an ex
ceedingly small crop as compared with
previous years," the markets division
specialist add.
Car Plates To Change
Color To Black On Orange
North Carolina automobile license
plates next year will have black fig
ures on an orange background.
Motor vehicle officers announced
that tags made at Central prison al
ready were being shipped to district
sales offices,' where the plates will be
stored until they go on sale December
1.
To date this year, 547,954 tags
have been sold, compared with fi()ti,72li
last year. Total sales of 550.07:1 dur
ing 19.'i set an all-time high mark.
Laundry and
Dry Cleaning
Service
Is Being Handled From Our Tempo
rary Office In Old Laundry Building
Office (Boyd Avenue-Near Bridge).
Phone 205
Laundry or clothes for Dry Cleaning can be left at office,
or our trucks will call by and pick them up if
message is given in to office.
(These quarters will be used until new plant is completed)
New Cruiser Launched;
Warship Is Honolulu
At the Brooklyn Navy Yard last
week the new light cruiser Honolulu,
first warship to be so named, slid
down the ways. As East River tugs
whistled salutes, Miss Helen Poindex
ter, daughter of Hawaii's governor,
smashed a bottle of champagne across
the ship's bow, saying, "I christen
you Honolulu. God bless you and keep
you safe."
'" wjr ',k&t ''
' ' ..
fi y v- a
HOW MUCH
CAN YOU SAY
IN 3 MINUTES?
l:or Example:
.Siiiixo H.ish.iiKl in a distant cily calls Wife .il home, like litis
Mr: "Ufllii, ilathng."
She: "llrllo. Gemer
I'm surrly
glad to hear viur writ e. How are
' you" getting on with the 'li
dean" v
Mr: "Great. ( looks like iurress
in -capital letters, and I think the
ileal will he closed tomorrow."
She: "That's fine, dear. Hut then,
I knew you'd do it. Are you stay
mg at the Governor Hotel?"
He: "Yes, ami my air conditioned
room is iiery comfortable. How
are the kills? Is Junior's cold
better?"
She: "Junior's, feeling fine now,
and Hetty is thrilled over a new
red swim suit. When are you
fuming home?"
He: "I'll leave here tomorrow eve
ning, but if my plans have to be
changed, I'll call you."
She: "All right. Wait, Hetty and
uriKr want to say 'hello' if we
have time."
At Last, Hungary Is
To Pay Post War Debt
Official?, iir the White House have
announced that the government of
Hungary has notified the United
States it will begin payments on its
post war debt to this country.
Of rour, lirtty anil Junior will havn time to nmy "hll" to dal
fop although 120 word, hare, l.n apokra man? a qumlion an.j
annwer ronvryed aboul FOLK time am many word can b aaid
in an average three-minute telephone conveniation.
The pleaiur you will get from talking with a friend or relative
in another city the prolit you can add to your luine will far
outweigh Ihe (.mall cot of a long dintance telephone call. A.k the
Ung UiHianre" op.-ral.M- about the call you want to make. The
low cool will pleane you.
Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co.
I H C O ft O R AT I O
tnitnt
States News gives
A'ntt n. iv . D
PS nei , u tllese ciays: Tne
Lf"J In CONDKWsim onH
''CTEd form. ,
4,S:a;Lcf "Pert writers, re
i: " research srvoiaHeta
fr4 f t0 read for yu
Kfci needs to be
pasir, .;: " taa 06 iouna-
Faen thousands of busv.
tcucai 7"en are using this
h'xt n,,ind. sensible means
: -formed.
Pt.'to. Join with
Oaths f i, uc ror the
in
tUr0rdr
FIRST PREBYTERIAN CHURCH
The public is cordially invited to all
services of this church.
Church school at 9:45.
Sermon at 11.
Christian Endeavor service at 7:30
Service of prayer and praise Wed
nesday at 8 p. m.
"... ROBERT PETER WALKER,
Minister
FIRST M. E. CHURCH SOUTH
R. S. Truesdale, Pastor.
Sunday school at 9:45 A. M.. Mr
Hugh Sloan, general superintendent.
Preaching at ll A. M. and at 8 P. M
by the pastor.
Young people's meeting at T P. M.
Doffs Chew Off Tails
Of Prize Cows At Fair
r- ..
There was a reason for Dog Warden
Robert Parker's diligent roundup of
stray dogs the county fair seasons
coming on in Derby, Conn. ' -I
Cattle owners complained to Farker
that Hoes chased their cows and
"chewed the tails off."
A cow with its tail off, the com
plainants pointed out, isn't much good
for exhibition purpose.
Railroad Strike Is
Forstalled By Board
(Written for last week.)
A general strike of 350,000 railroad
workers who are members of the Big
Five Brotherhoods, which was sched
uled to start Sept. 6th, was forestalled
hv swift intervention of the National
Mediation board on .Thursday, after
the date for the nation-wide walkout
Wayn
AUCTION SALE
OF
raE
sm$m
SATURDAY P0STIVELY THE LAST DAY
Balance of stock consisting of Haviland China, Imported Rugs, Interna
tional Silver, French Serving Lamps and Vases, Blue White Diamonds,
Standard Watches, and Sterling Ware.
MUST BE SOLI) WITHOUT LIMIT OR RESERVE TO THE HIGHEST
BIDDER :.'.-'.'';-;.
10
30
A.M.
TWO SALES DAILY
AUCTION SALES
7
30
P.M.
CITIZENS BANE BUILDING
MAIN
STREET
had been officially announced.
    

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