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THE WAYNES VELLE MOUNTAINEER
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vn. June 1
SALE Good used piano. See
J, Ward, 8 Winfield Street,
frFoi hound, small female,
Itt white and tan spotted
ftoed in right ear 19 A. Name
collar John Schlemmer, Jr.,
Irrison, Ohio. If found please
:ifv P. C. Mann. Clyde. It
1TMENT FOR RENT Mrs,
T. Crawford. June 19.
ET License tag from truck,
Siynesville and Fines Creek,
Mr please return to Floyd
lit near Fish Hatchery. It
pABLE AT ONCE nearby
Weigh Route. Good opportun
ity man over 25 with car.
We well established. Route ex-
inence helpful but not neces-
to start. Write at once, Raw-
W'j.Dept. NCF-245402. Rich-
H Va. June 19
IT Pair of shell rimmed elass
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near Legion Home Tuesday
Reward. Call 425-M.
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fGER AND sheets and indexes
ill all popular sizes, .at
SALE-138 acre farm on
F Creek. 3 milea West of
fitlwood. Approximately 50
Mtleared, about 200 fruit
Fj; bout 85 acres in timber.
watered. Priced reasona-
f See Fred Nichols, care of
uiuine, route one, Waynes-
BOTHERED WITH people
iuS on your land, get
ine -no tresspassing
fEWRITER RIBBONS for all
JMcnmes, In solid black
1 mo red, at The Moon-
r Good salary and steady
e AUl axenange,
Sylva, N. C. Jun 12-19
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SeU a Used Car
First Jerusalem Conference on
HIGHLIGHTS ON THE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON
By NEWMAN CAMPBELL
(The International Uniform
Lesson on the. above topic for
June 22 Is Acts 19:1-35; GaL 2.
the Golden Text being Acts 15:11.
"But we believe that we shall be
saved through the grace of the
Lord Jesus, In like manner as
WHILE PAUL and Barnabas
"abode long time with the dis
ciples" In Antloch, trouble makers
were coming from Judaea. These
men were Jews who insisted that
In order to belong to the Christian
church, Gentiles should obey the
Jewish laws that had come down
to the Jews from the time of
Isn't it odd that practically no
group of people can continue long
working together, even In a reli
gious community, without some
one "starting something" get
ting some idea of what shall be
done which makes dissension? .
Now this Idea of making the
Gentiles who Joined the church
into Jews was repugnant to Paul
and Barnabas, who saw clearly
that it was not certain laws that
certain people of a race obeyed
that made a man a Christian, but
the acceptance of the Lord Jesus
and His message and the gift of
the " Holy Ghost. These things
showed that they were accepted
of God. whether they were Jews
Paul and Barnabas argued with
these , men and Anally it was de
cided that these two and "certain
others" should go to Jerusalem,
where the apostles and leaders of
the church lived, and settle the
matter at the first conference of
the early church concerning mis
Preached on the Way
These men stopped in various
cities on their way to Jerusalem,
preaching and converting Gen
tiles, and causing much joy to the
brethren. When they came to Je
rusalem they were received by the
apostles and elders and then all
the things that God had done with
them since they were in the city
At a meeting certain Pharisees
who were converted brought up
the matter of the Gentiles obeying
the Jewish laws. It was needful
for them so to do, these men said,
or they could not really be Chris
tians. Then Peter rose up. He was
almost always the first one to
speak among the apostles. Peter.
Paul and Barnabas were all good
Jews, you know, but Peter said of
the Gentiles, "God made choice
among us, that the Gentiles by
my mouth should hear the word
of the gospel, and believe. And
God. which knoweth the hearts,
bare them witness, giving them
the Holy Ghost, even as He did
He also pointed out that It
would constitute a hardship to the
Gentiles to be compelled to obey
these laws, and he must have
realized, too, the trouble and re
bellion It would cause in the.
church. Such a controversy might
easily destroy it
Following Peter, Paul and Bar
nabas had their say, and you may
be sure they agreed with Peter.
James spoke next and he suggest
ed that they write to the Gentiles
and ask them to "abstain from
pollutions of Idols, and from for
niflcation, and from things stran
gled, and from blood."-
This pleased the apostles and
elders and they chose Paul and
Barnabas and some of their own
company to carry the letter to the
Gentile Christians at Antioch. So
they wrote letters "after this
manner," and the chosen disciples
carried the letters to Antioch. St.
Luke tells us that "Paul and Bar
nabas continued in Antioch teach
ing and preaching the word of the
Lord, with many others also.'
Danger Is Averted
Thus was a danger diverted
from the early church and the lov
ing, co-operative spirit of Jesus
and His apostles preserved.
One other argument arose later
On this same subject, which is told
ip Galatians 2. Peter, It seems,
was chlded by certain elements1
in the church with eating and
meeting with unclrcumcized Gen
tiles. Peter gave way, but Paul
chlded him. "I withstood him to
his face," says St. Paul in his
letter to the Galatians, "because
he was to be blamed."
"I said unto Peter before them
all. If thou, being a Jew, Uvest
after the manner of Gentiles, and
not as do the Jews, why compell
est thou the Gentiles to live as do
Then Paul sums up his religious
feelings thus: "Knowing that ft
man Is not justified by the works
of the law, but by the faith of
Jesus Christ, even we have be
lieved in Jesus Christ, that we
might be justified by the faith of
Christ, and not by the works of
the law: for by the works of the
law shall no flesh be justified."
And again, "I Uve by the faith
of the Son of God, who loved me,
and gave Himself for me."
America's Oldest Grapevine At Manteo
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One of the most outstanding historic sites in connection with the
anniversary celebrations on Roanoke Island and the 6th season of
"The Lost Colony," opening at Manteo, North Carolina, July 3rd, is
MOTHER VINEYARD-the nation's oldest grapevine which was
planted by Sir Walter Raleigh's pioneers more than 350 years ago.
Begin Aluminum Salvage
Distributed by Kins features Syndicate. Inc.
Dempsey's Girl a Communicant
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beginning a salvage campaign to collect aluminum cooking utensils and
her scrap metals, the Office of Production Management declares the
ipaign may be expanded nationwide if it proves successful in Rich
id, Va., and Madison, Wise. Three residents of Richmond make
their contribution to national defense.
His Measures Called "Socialistic"
Joan Dempsey (right), daughter of former heavyweight boxing cham- j
pion Jack Dempsey and actress Hannah Williams, is shown with her ;
sister, Barbara, after receiving her first communion at St. Laurence (
Academy, New York. The parents have been separated for sometime
but both attended the ceremony. .-. . ..
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Sen Coal or Wood
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t.ttmarS. Iowa Fay Wells, a
Kir. -VinrI Bpninr. had tried , sev
eral times to get a date with the
irirl In town." Finally
she agreed to accompany him to'
biic mju ' .
Whereupon Fay broke his ankle
Having qualified as Execu trices
of the estate of Clyde H. Ray,
Sr., deceased, late of Haywood
County, North Carolina, this is
to notify all persons having
claims against the estate of
said deceased to exhibit them
to the undersigned ' at Way
nesville, North Carolina, on or be
fore the 16th day of May, 1942,
or this notice will be pleaded in
bar of their recovery All persons
indebted to the said estate will
please make immediate payment.
This the 14th day of May, 1941.
JENNIE RAY BREECE,
Executrices of the estate of Clyde
H. Ray, Sr, deceased.
No. 1074 May 15-22-29-June 6-
LITTLE CAR PUTS
MULLINS, S. C-An automo
bile and a freight train collided at
a grade crossing here, and as would
be expected the automobile was de
molishedbut the driver escaped
injury. Ten of the freight cars
were wrecked. Damage to the rail
road was placed at more than
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Agriculture Com ;
pound on combed u
.-rice administrator, explains to the Senate
he arrived at a ceiling price of 42 cents a
.n. Cotton farmers on the committee called
ma methods socialistic.
His Son's In the Navy, Now
Having qualified as administra
tor of the estate of Lee Ferguson,
deceased, late of the County of
Haywood, North Carolina, this is
to notify all persons having claims
against the estate of said deceas
ed to exhibit them to the under
signed at Route No. 1, Clyde, North
Carolina, on or before the 31st
day of May, 1942, or this notice
will be plead in bar of their re
covery. All persons indebted to
said estate will please make Im
mediate payment. f
This the 31st day of May, 1941.
G. C FERGUSON,
Administrator of the Estate of
Lee Ferguson, deceased.
No. 1078 June M2-19-26-July
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Congret-man Burton B. VnJfiSgSXgZS.
A Seabass Out of Water
Mrs. David Bass, of New York, and her son took a nap in their eabin
cruiser, Stabat; when the tide was high. The tide ran out and they
were marooned high and dry on a rock. The boat is shown in the back
ground. New York harbor police took mother and son ashore, but they.
had to wait for the tide to refloat their boat. - '
Roosevelt Between Hospitals
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Sporting a gorgeous shiner Ensign Franklin D. Roosevelt, Jr., third
son of the President, is shown with his wife as he left Massachusetts
General Hospital, Boston, en route to Chelsea Naval Hospital for fur
ther treatment before returning to duty at Newport Naval Station in
Rhode Island. He was injured when his car overturned after a blowout.
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The storv here has nothins to do with the pretty girl. She's only posing-1
with the quintuplet Siamese Temple cats, a rare event in the cat family.
They are owned by rrank weaver, oi fcan uiego, uai. ine girir un
yea, her name is Edith Bell.
To Organize Women
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Mrs. Harold V. Milligan of New
York has been chosen by the Gen
eral Federation of Women's Clubs
in Atlantic City as head of its new
department of national defense. She
will campaign for organization of.
women into a single national pre-,
paredness movement. t
Wins Defense Award
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Eugene Phillips, of Fort Worth,!
Tex, is top winner of the $5,000
Revere Award for the best con tri-
bntions mod by workers to Ameri-j
ca'i defense plan. He created a sys-.
tem for the blind landing of air-1
planes, going to work on the idea -when
one of his friends crashed to
death in aa emergency, landing, j
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