UsDAY. AUGUST 25, 1938
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
BOth Anniversary of Grace Church Observed
' Address Of Day
church In The .Mountains
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: , a!t htlii last Sunday morning
V, in the church.
'v' Sunday morning was
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. .....vn,! ill a series celebrating tne
. . .,, nf the erection of the first
tscip;il church in Haywood county.
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Church in the Mountains,"'' Episcopal.'
as it stands today, having been built j
exactly sixty years ago. Appropriate1
services were held here last Sunday,'
in observance of the sixtieth ann'i-
versary of the laying of the corner-'
Pictured below is a photograph
made ten years ago at the 50th an-!
niversary of the persons living here,
who attended the laying of the corn-!
erstone t0 years ago.
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All persons liv::ig ip tins section who
attended the laying of the corner
stone sixty years were invited to th.
service last Sunday.
The rector, the Rev. Albeit Xew, in
an interesting manner traced the be
ginnings of the Episcopal church in
this county. He stated that the first
service of the faith was held in 1847
at the home of James Norwood, who
with his family had moved here front
Hillsboro, N. C. The house stood on
the site of the present residence of
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest J. Hyatt.
The Rev. Dr. Jarvis Buxton, then a
young minister, located in Ruther
fordton, was holding services once a
month in Asheville. and Mr. Norwood
invited him to come to Waynesville
and baptize his young son, the late
Judge William Norwood. Later ser
vices were held at regular intervals
in the Norwood home.
In 18t!l the Rev. Fowles conducted
services at a home on the site of the
present residence of Dr. Sum String-
held. In 1 S the Reverend Dr. Hill
house Duel, still remembered bv ;i
number ot people locally, was the
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Now Being Canned
1'nder the supervision of .Mrs. Rufus
Siler, W'l'A county project supervi
sor, gardens have been planted and
vegetables are now being harvested
and canned for use in the lunch rooms
ol sixteen .schools in the county.
The land for the gardens has been
mated by various communities m.il
they were planted and have been
cared for with Wl'A labor. The
sanio womoii vh., t,m.l..l tl,.. ..... ...1.,.,..
are now busy canning the vegetables, I
which will be used this winter in the
It is ' planned that every- under
nourished child in the schools under!
the projects will be fed in the school
cafeterias. The selection of the
children will be made by the teachers.
Recently one woman in the county
notified Mrs. Siler that she would like
to donate three bushels of tomatoes i
to the lunch room project. It is said
that others are following her example. '
Anyone desiring to make such a con-!
tribution to the lunch rooms are !
asked to notify Mrs. Siler, or to take j
the vegetables to the school building I
in their community, where the can
ning is now being done.
The following schools in the county
will have Wl'A lunch rooms this year:
Saunook, Allen's Creek, Waynesville
Elementary. East Waynesville, Juna
luska. Dellwood, Maggie, Rock Hill,
Crabtiee. Fines ("reek, Clyde, West
Canton, l'.ethel, Cruso, and the Way
vino colored school.
HAS DRIVERS LICENSE RE
VOKED d'lenn Parris, of Canton, has had
his drivers' license revoked for driv
ing drunk according to the .state high
LITTLE FEET NEED
Have Their Hjioes Repaired
Rest Of Material
MRS. LEON A DUCKETT, Mgr.
NEXT TO WESTERN UNION
next rector. Dr. Duel, with the per-
mission of the members ot the Meth
odist church, held services at that
edifice. The Hible used today by tho
Methodist church was the gift of
Grace church members of that time as
a token of the grat itude of this permis- i
sion. The same Hible was loaned on
Sunday by the church and used by
the Rev. Mr. New in the services.
In 18(Jfi formal application was
made to the Diocese of North Caro
lina for the establishment of a parish
in Waynesville. It was signed by
William L. Norwood, Samuel L. Love,
Jos. N. Kenners, W. L. Tate, Thus. J.
Lenoir, W. W. Lenoir, S. F. Norwood,
George C. Hanson, M. H. Love, and J.
Colonel R. G. A. Love, of the Dith
North Carolina Regiment, ol the
Confederate Army, donated the lot
on which the church, rectory and the
Parish House now stand.
On August the 20th, 1878, sixty
years ago, Hishop Atkinson, also
remembered by several persons now
living in the community, laid the
foundation stone on the northeast
corner of the church. It is said that
the weather was as ideal on that day
sixty years ago as it was on last
Sunday. Among the persons who
witnessed the laying of the corner
stone sixty years ago, present on
Sunday, were: W. T. Shelton, Mrs.
I, J. Brown, Dr. Thomas Stringfield
and Mrs. Harry Marshall, the latter
the only one a member of the church.
Mr. New told of the various activ
ities of the church during the sixty
years since its organization, stating
that the first woman's missionary
society in this section in any church
was organized in Grace church, on
April the 17, 1887, at the home of
Mrs. Robina N. Tate.
The only ordination of a minister
ever held in the church was that of
the late Archdeacon W. H. Hardin, by
Bishop Horner in 1!0;!, Mr. Hardin
served the parish as assistant to the
rector, the Rev. Stone, from 1!0:5 to
1907. Another priest of the church
who was educated in the Waynesville
school was the Rev. Rufus t Morgan,
who was ordained in Murphy.
The following is a list of the rectors
who have served the church: Dr.
Jarvis Buxton, Dr. D. Hillhouse Iiuel,
Rev. William Stanley Burrows, Rev.
F. W. Wey, Rev. Edward S. Stone,
Rev. George Sutherland. Rev. Walter
Hughson, Rev. J. W. Areson, Rev.
Grant KnaufT, Rev. illiam B. Allen,
and the present rector.
Bishop Gribbin administ red the
James McFall, of Canton, Route 1,
operative case, is .much better.
The condition of Bruce Sellars, of
Clyde, operative case, is go d.
Mrs. .I.H. Lowe, of Clyde, Route 1,
operative case, is resting comfortably.
Mrs. Carter Parham, of Canton,
Route 1, is improving.
Mrs. Letch Hall, of Canton, opera
tive case, is resting more comfortably
Elbert Trull, of Cruso, operative
case, is better.
The condition of Mrs. Jarvis Mc
Cracken. of Waynesville, Route 1,
operative case, is good.
Miss Fay Parton, of Clyde, Route 1,
medical case, is improving.
Miss Joan I'laylock, of Canton, op
erative case, is better.
Claude McCarthy, operative case, is
resting more comfortably.
Mrs. Vina Lanning, medical case,
is resting fairly well.
Mrs. Fannon Lowe, of Clyde, Route
1, medical case, is better.
.Mis. Sam lflirress, of Canton, op
erative case, is resting more comfortably.
Mrs. Walter Rathbone, of Joe, op
erative case, is better.
Miss Mary Elizabeth Copeland, op
erative case, is improving. '
Mrs. Martha Aikens. of Clyde.
Route 1, is resting olilv fairly well.
Mrs. Cornelia Barr, of Waynes
ville, Route 1, medical case, is about
Among those discharged from the
Haywood County Hospital during the
past week are: Marie Strange, Mrs.
Dallas Webb, Mis. J E. Whitaket,
Mrs. Emma Willis, Mrs. Fred Brown,
Mrs. Mary McClure, Avery Allen,
Master ('has. Russell, William Hoyle,
Mrs. Will Maney, Day Green, Miss
Anna Dee Kmgsmore, Baby Samuel
Henry Burress, Mrs. J. B. Lee and
baby, Mrs. M. II. Clarke and baby,
Mrs. W. O. Mintz, Miss Edna Stuart,
Fred Mehaffey, 'George Brown, Mas
ter Robert Lee Curtis, Mrs. J. H.
Griffin, Miss Geticvivie Smith.
Ishmael Parton, Eulas Inman, Mrs.
Nora Smith, Mrs. James Kuykendall,
Miss Caroline West, Master Edwin
Winchester, Charlie? Smith, W. V.
Haynes, Jr., Miss Virgiloo Blanken
ship, Mrs. Chas. McClure, Jack Mor
gan, J. R. Hardin, Miss Sarah Mc
Connell, Mrs. Bertha Green, Mrs. Bess
Moody, Mrs. Vera Tomason, Mrs.
Nora Hannah, Mrs. A. J. Sorrells.
For A Delightful Place To Dine
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The Waynesville Golf
and Country Club
(i()RI)() OTTO, Of Miami, Manager.
V V H I. 1 (' W E I. COM E
ordinance of confirmation on two
candidates. He also congratulated
Mr. New on his twenty-three years
of rectorate here. Mr. New leaves
the church the 1st of October to be
gin his work as rector of the Church
of the Ascension in Clearwater, Fla.
The collection of the morning, which
amounted to $450 will be applied to the
debt of $2,000 which the rector is
trying to raise before he leaves for
his new charge.
Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Patton an
nounce the birth of a son on August
Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Lee, of Hazel
wood, announce the birth of a son
on August the IGth.
.Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Liner, of Lake
Junaluska, announce the birth of a
son on August the 17th.
Mr. and Mrs. Sanl Williams, of
Waynesville, Route 1, announce the
birth of a daughter on August the
Mr. and Mrs. Lane Watts, of Can
dler, announce the birth of a daugh
ter on August the 22nd.
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Mr. J. W. Phillips and Mr. and Mrs.
Walter Phillips and family and Miss
Etta Phillips, of Greenville, S. C,
were the guests during the week of
relatives and friends in Waynesville.
They were en route from Cullowhee
where they had attended the Phillips
reunion on Sunday.
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