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THE WAYNESYHXE MOUNTAINEER
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an attractive pocket album in
which to paste his stamps until he
has enoueh to buy a $25 bond or
G Swings Stamps, at 10c, 25c, , one of higher denomination. Thirty
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CHRISTIAN SCIENCE LESSON-
"Everlasting Punishment" will
be the subject of the lesson-sermon
on Sunday- morning in the assem
bly rooms of the Masonic Temple.
The Golden Text will be from Prov
erbs 28:31, "He that covereth his
Bins shall not prosper; but who
so confe8seth and forsaketh them
shall have mercy."
FINES CREEK METHODIST
- Rev. Joe Shackf ord, Pastor.
Services at Fines Creek church
at 11 a. m. Sunday.
Services at Laurel Hill church
at 8 p. m.
J. G. Huggin, Jr., Pastor,
Holy Communion will be observ
ed Sunday morning at the Metho
dist church. The pastor will give
At the evening hour the young
people will meet at 7:15. There
will be no evening service, the pas
tor being in Clyde to deliver the
sermon before the graduates of
the Clyde high school.
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Canton Minister Elected
Secretary of Asheville
Presbytery at Meeting
Rev. George B. Hammond, pas
tor of the Canton Presbyterian
church, was elected temporary
clerk of the Asheville Presbytery,
synod of Appalachia, at the annual
meeting of the Presbytry held last
week at Mountain Orphanage near
The Rev. H. L. Paisley, of Mur
phy, was elected moderator.
And Class Choir to Be Held
At Mt. Zion Church Sunday
A class choir and congregational
singing will be held at the Mount
Zion Methodist church on Sunday
afternoon, : May the 4th, at 2
o'clock, according to an announce'
ment' this week from those in
The public is cordially invited,
and those attending are asked to
bring their song books with them,
GRACE EPISCOPAL CHURCH
Rev. Raymond E. MacBlain, Rector.
Friday, May 2
10:30 a. m. district meeting of
Woman's Auxiliary, Trinity
Sunday, May 4
9:45 a. m. church school.
Li Savings Stamp higher than
dl be given, free of charge,
RALEIGH, N. C. .
-f e protect the family"
New Resident Agent
Author of the best seller, "Out of
, the Night," and self-confessed f or
' mer agent of both Russia's and Ger
many's secret police, Julius Krebs,
better known as Jan Valtin, is pic
tured arriving at Ellis Island for
: deportation proceedings.
11:00 a. m. Holy Communion and
4 p. m. childrens service in Ashe
ville. Preacher, Rev. R. E. Mac
Blain. Cars will leave the Parish
House at 2:30. Each child is urged
to be ready on time. ' Transporta
tion will be provided for all.
The cover design of the aioums
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is in color. leaiunng a umuw
States battleship and an eagle
hpurinc the American Hag. un
the back cover is a painting oi
the Minute Man statue by Daniel
Chester French, which symbolizes
the American citizen ever alert in
defense of his country. The in
scription is "America on Guard."
Secretary Morgenthau said that
even a boy or girl who saved 10c
to buy a Savings Stamp would help
the country. He added that "you
can safeguard your own money
and your own future, while helping
the national defense, by buying
ushers will do every thing possible
to welcome every worshipper and
give all comfortable seats in order
of their arrival. Any overflow will
be amply cared for as usual by
placing extra chairs in every avail
able space. God calls to worship!
Hollywood the Loser
in iiiiih . a- mnuui ii II jim 1 1 1 ,. ,ii j
Hazelwood MA" Honor
Roll for Month of April
The A honor roll for the eighth
and closing month of the Hazel
wood school as announced on Mon
day by Lawrence Leatherwood,
principal of the school, "is as fol
lows: Sixth grade, Jean Hyatt,
Lucile Culberson, Nancy Jones,
Jean Ann Bradley, Charles Frady,
fourth grade, Joe Fortner, Bobby
Griffin, Dorothy Mashburn, Bar
bara Milner, Bobby Queen, Patsy
Rogers and Jim Swanger.
Second grade, Samuel Mehaffey,
Boyce Powers, Jimmy Swift, and
Betty Truitt; first grade, Carroll
Swanger, Terry Swanger and Ralph
There are thousands of hidden
taxes these davs. but alas, no place
and Beulah Mauney; fifth grade, w here the taxpayer can hide. St.
Harold Farmer and Flora Hyatt; Louis Star-Times.
One girl who prefers her Job as re
ceptionist in the U. S. Army to a
Hollywood career is Patricia Wing,
ex-actress and sister of screen ac
tress Toby Wing. Patricia is shown
with Lieut R. H. Goodrich at work
in the office at Fort Monmouth,
N. J. She in the mother of a four
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ST. JOHN'S CHURCH
Waynesville, every Sunday 11 a.
m., E. S. T.
Franklin, every 2nd and 4th Sun
day 8:00 a. m., E. S. T.
Cherokee, every 3 Sunday 8:00
a. m., E. S. T.
Andrews, every 1st Sunday 8:00
a. m., E. S. T..
Murphy, every 5 :h Sunday 7:00
a. m., C. S. T.
Peace The period during which
the licked nation prepares to get
even. Buffalo News.
Good, Bad Or . . .
George Is Well
TRENTON. N. J. Three-year-
old George Ziegler was struck by
an automobile. That was bad.
Taken to a hospital, he was
found to be unhurt. That was
A rash on his body indicated
scarlet fever. That was bad.
The rash disappeared and a doc
tor decided that George merely ate
too many strawberries. That was
Your Best Medium
Welcome and Guide
Our Visitors With
joe Ratnieif, SIGNS
Waynesville, N. C.
y United States Savings Bonds now",
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
H. G. Hammett, Pastor.
How can a church enlarge its
fellowship? How can we reveal
nersonal. vital Christianity T in
the Bible study at 9:45 Sunday
morning the answers are given to
these questions in the emphasis of
the subject, -Sharing Christ With
At morning worship at 11:00
further emphasis to personal, real
Christian faith will be given
by the pastor in the theme, "Effec
tive Faith." The evening worship
at 8:00 featured by gospel singing
and warm fellowship will have the
themft "Real Religion." A friend
ly " people arid efficient Christian
if .I. . tr J "
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