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THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
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5r ? A. to Canton
P1- April 8th
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teS honors The
fSTk dispensing with a
(he Y.'8 Men 8 v
Mres tel the
L hi club.
f Bof!eM"Printende"t V
1" .., .h n schools,
i'Sfc the highest ranK oi
?li,hardis the son of
He i in the senior
iito Waynesville high
jtmuhip band. '
Seouto Carey Wells, Jr.,
-n... both of Canton
1 fOl be awaraeu wuu
Zl.. emits Bobbv Smath-
tfOnton troop 7, and Odes
Luclwood troop 6, will tie
L to the Life Scout rank.
& higher running
, -tented will include Star
.Licementg for Fred Mar-
mi nnver. and FranK
lton, all of Waynesville
I Tommy Cannon, w wuw
!jad Mark Hipps, Canton
Senator Josiah W. Bailey
inat strikes and ait-downs.
branded them as dangerous in mac
they will defeat all our plans lor
defense work. He made these as
sertions in a lormai statement tnis
week, when he said in part:
Thn Question now is whether
this Government is strong enough
to see to it that agitators, commun
ists and German agents shall not
obstruct the necessary program of
production. I believe that it is.
"We cannot aeiay in sucn a
matter. If the President needs
further legislation, all he has to Jo
is to ask for it. Order must be
"We need now the work of every
worker, and the right of any worker
t work must be protected, and
that without paying for. the priv
"If there are grievances, let them
ho referred to Government arbi
tration, but in the meantime the
wvrL- must, co on. In all contro-
wersies between workers ana em
ployers, the Government must now
ha iimnire its decisions must be
"I am confidently expecting ad
AniiAto action bv the President upon
his return from a vacation which
"I am for whatever measures
may be necessary to eliminate all
possibility of strikes or sit-downs
against the security of the people
of the United States; and I am for
'Tiolav is not onlv dangerous, it
amounts to defeat of all our plans."
An advancement ribbon will be pre
sented to the troop of the Haywood
district which receives the greatest
number of awards at the court of
V f WW ' ITTl 11 ' TT . ".A "T -I
iiour uwn Home Will nave a i aru
Jkere They Can Play In Safety
Tour children deserve a place where they can
play outdoors, and where they can be safe
from traffic and undesirable characters. Pro
vide them with a yard where you can watch
Hem at play and know that they are safe.
New Series Opened April 1
Haywood Home Building
And Loan Association
Entire Mountainside Blasted for TVA Dam
f i i3"2 '' " ''5'-d
p - '
Local Music Students
Win Superior Rating In
District Music Contest
The annual Junior Competitive
Festival of the Western North
Carolina division of the National
Federation of Music Clubs which
was held in Asheville on Saturday
the Waynesville Junior Music Club
had three superior ratings.
Those winning Trom the local
group included: iaa l,ou vjidsoii,
soprano; Marie Strange, soprano;
Janet Abel, contralto. Marie
Strange received an excellent rat
ing in piano Class B.
Miss Grace Crocker is tne teacn-
.... i . .I.
er ox tnese stuaems ana
counselor of the Junior Music Club.
The prohibition party was organ
ized to 1869.
rims VOOK CHAP
WOULD UKE TO
IF jOU WEED HELFJ
TRY OURVAKJT AOS
. . . L . i nfwmloftivea are used to tear down
In one of the greatest man-made explosions in owwry. vaUey Authority. Nearly half a mil-
Tennessee mountainside at the Cherokee Dam site of the M V.Uey - au y. waterf&11.
lion tons of rock are pictured cascading aown we :
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
H. G. Hammett, Pastor,
ti,o ..luirMi will meet for train
ing and study of the Bible school
q.ak q and the B. T. U. 6:30
v.-xt " "" . .
n m. sunaay. ine jjic-oo
ux-vWa which beein at me mom
nt 11 -f)0 a. m. continue
in the evening worship at 7 :30 and
n;rViHv throuBTh the weeK.
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The pastor will preacn ai vneo
the central theme, "The
Examination of the Cross." This
series of sermons will be an earnest,
personal, intimate appeal mat
Christ be real in the hearts and
lives of His followers. The subjects
of these sermons, built arouna tnis
central theme will be as follows:
Sunday a. m. "Testimony oi me
Sunday p. m. "Testimony oi w
Monday o. m. "Testimony oi
Money-Changer." . , c.
Tuesday p. m. - leswrnony ui
mon Peter." .
Wednesday p. m. "Testimony of
Thursday p. m. "Testimony of
Christ.,, ,. .
Friday p. m. -lesumony i "
Finished Task." ,
Sunday a. m. "Testimony of the
Empty Tomb." ,
Sunday p, m. Candlelight Com
munion and Baptismal Service.
The Rev. S. R. Crockett of
Franklin, former pastor of the
. u in oiivor the sermon at
the Communion service which will
!, hold at 11 O'CIOCK on ounu,
t r tl.irrtrin Jr.. Pa8tOr.
Special services will beheld, at
the churcb aunng n y
ginning on Palm Sunday with the
subjects as iouowo:
o..j AnW 6th. at 11 a. m
.: "u"iLj; Jim:- at 7:30
, onrl FrmtS Oi
Jfie AyOHUIW""3. .
Monday 7th, at 7:30, "A Call to
ReCsTyth, at 7:30 "Rebuild
ingour Loyalties.", v .
urnsulAV Sin. t l.Wf
(A Recorded to Monday Noon
Of This Week)
J. L. Johnson, et ux, to H.
Mills, et ux.
.1 W r,aron. et ux.' to C.
Murr, at aL
I. H. Powell, et ux, et al, to C. E.
Sutton, et ux. ,
A. E. Burnett, et ux, to Jack
Ivy HH Township
W. R. Francis, et ux, et al, to
Pinkney Carpenter to unver
Finger, et ux.
Mrs. Cory by Tr., to Carrie Sue
Dewey L. Snyder, et ux, to Ed
Buchanan, et ux.
L. N. Davis, et ux, to L. IK Hud-
tnn. At. iiv
Henry Francis, et ux, to carl
High tower, et ux.
Lillie Green to Clifford ureen.
R. G. Rathbone, et ux, to Moser
Osborne, et ux. .
Moser Osborne, et ux, to William
P. Dodds, et ux.
Mattie Snipes to Moser Osborne,
et ux. .,
M. C. Ketchum, et ux to Elna-
Hazelwood Baptist BTU
Leaders Attended Meet
Held In Canton
Mm Rai Knieht. leader of the
informediate B. T. U. of the Haiel-
church and reprcBen-
tatives of the group attended .a
regional B. T. U. meeting at Can
ton on Friday and Saturday.
PenrPfumtatives of the junior B.
T. U. and their leader, J. U, tiioos, i
oi attend the meeting. Polly
Anna Gibbs won first place in the
junior Bible memory verse drill and
hn nne nf the three represen-
' tatives of Western North Carolina
at Ridgecrest in July.
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Thursday 10th, at 7:au, A cam
ouflage of Evil."
Friday 11th, at 7:30, "The cross
Faster Sundav 13th. at 11 a, m.,
"The Burning Heart; at 7:30, "Our
Great High Pnest."
Have A School Forest
the most dependable resource of our mountains
is timber. Here is a chance to have some trees or
your own, and watch them develop with you.
Any school, class, 4-H aub or other" JVlTc
obtain 500 WUtaTlne transplants, WITHOUT CHARGE fb Canton
THE CHAMPION PAPER & FIBRE COMPANY. These trees arc
heady 10 to 15 inches high, stffl dormant.
Only qualifications required- normal enthusiasm for growing timber,
W directed by your leader.
Orders will be filled as received while the stock lasts, and not later than
April 12th. . .
Address Forestry Dept.
The Champion Paper and
Friday, April 4, 7:30 p. m. Litany
Sunday, April 6, Palm Sunday,
a. m. Church school.
11:00 a. m. Holy Communion and
Thursday. April 10, Maunday
10:00 a. m. Holy Communion.
Friday, April 11, Good Friday.
12:00 noon, 3:00 p. m.
Three hour devotional service.
Sunday, April 13, Easter.
g.M d m . Holv Communion.
9:45 a. m., Church school, presen
tation nf mite boxes.
11-00 a. m.. Holy Communion
FINES CREEK METHODIST CIR
T.. Shackford. Pastor.
n. will he nreachinz services
t the Fines Creek church on April
6th. at 11 a. m. Visitors passing
stoDDintr off in the
action are cordially mvitea to ai
tend the church services.
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE LESSON
"Unreality' will be the subject
of the lesson-sermon at the Sun
hour at the rooms in
tv, Masonic Temnle. The Golden
T.vt will be from I Timothy 5:7;
n,.r thpm that are rich in this
world, that they be not high mind
ed, not trust in uncertain ncnes,
but in the living God, who giveth
us richly all things to enjoy."
ST. JOHN'S CHURCH
Waynesville, every Sunday 11 a,
ol. E S. T. -
Franklin, every 2nd and 4th Sua
day 8:00 a. m, E. S. T.
Cherokee, every 8 Sunday 8:00
a. m- E. S. T.
Andrews, every 1st Sunday 8:00
a m., C S. T.
Murphy, every 5th Sunday 7:00
a. m C S. T. ..
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