Balsam News By Gertrude Ruskin Mrs. O. E. Horton, Mrs. Fred Newell, Mrs. Sidney Ruskin, George Kicker and Oze Horton motored to Beech Gap in the Pisgah National Forest Monday, where they enjoyed a picnic lunch at the end of the Blue Ridge Parkway which will eventually be brought over the mountain tops to Balsam. A hike was made to the "Devil's courthouse". Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Hipp and daughter, Sally, Mrs. Frank Sar gant and Mrs. Jack Dixon motor ed to Newfound Gap -and Cling man's Dome in the Park Saturday. An enthusiastic meeting of the "Balsam Improvement , Associa tion" was held last Thursday, Sep tember 4, at George Knight's store. Thirty members were present. CHMES WAYNESVILLE PRESBYTE RIAN CHURCH Rev. Malcolm R. Wifliaawm, Pas- .'.tor. ;" '"... WUliam Chambers, Jr, superin tendent of Sunday school. Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. Morning worship 11:00 o'clock. Sermon subject: "EXIT GOD," Young people's meeting at 7 o'clock. Mid-week prayer service Wednes day evening at 8 o'clock. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE LESSON CFRMO10 "Substance" will fee the subject of Rundav morn- MIV 60WV-."- - " ing at 11 o'clock in the assembly , rooms of the American legion nomc . x iic ooiuBii x wii taken from Corinthians 2:4-18: "The thingfs which are seen are temooral. but the things which are not seen jure .eternal." As fast as Emma Braren and John T. Jones can sell lots, eur Balsam carpenters build cabins on them, before you can say "Jack Robinson". Mr. and Mrs. H. W. de Jarnette bought the Middleton , cabin this summer. They expect to take possession of the cabin as soon as the Middletons left for Jackson ville, but they had to return to their winter home in Clearwater, Fla., as their caretaker had gone to Tampa to work for Uncle Sam. They were looking forward to mov ing into their cabin and seeing one of our colorful Falls. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Burgman and daughter, Mary Ruth, return ed to Jacksonville, Fla., Friday, accompanied by their aunt, Mrs. Ada W. Powers, of Daytona Beach, Fla.' Misses Kathleen Forrest, Mary Anne McKenzie and Mrs. Olin Mc Kenzie left Tuesday for their home in Miami. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH H, G. Hammett, Pastor. "The Eternal God, the Source of HeW as he subject for study Sunday morning at 9:45 in the Bible school. The Scripture for this lesson is .Revelations 7:9-17. The pastor will preach at the morning worship at 11:00, on the subject, "An Invitation to the Greatest School." The subject for tViA sermon for evening worship at 8:00 is "Why a Long Life?" I Am the Church I am an ALTAR where "The Soul of man keeps tryst I am the Spirit of Worship I am the Communion of the Saints I am the Body of Christ I am that for which Christ died The most vital, The most compelling, The most Jar-reaching, And the most challenging Institution known to man, The greatest reality Of the universe I am UNA SAN'CTA, The Universal, Empregnable, Eternal- CHURCH Of the LIVING GOD. Selected Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Baggett, Daytona Beach, Fla., arrived for a short visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Baggett Mrs. Mabel Erickson and daugh ter, Harriet, left this week for Bristol, Va., where Harriet will be enrolled in the freshman class at Virginia Intermont Junior Col lege. Mrs. Erickson will then drive to Daytona Beach, Fla., ac companied by her friend, Mrs. Maude McManus. The last census that was taken showed that our Balsam post of fice served 600 people in Jackson county. This count does not- in clude the many people who live just over the line in Haywood county. Mrs. Elsie Saxton, of Asheville, visited her mother, Mrs. J. M. Barnett, over the week-end. George Ricker, Beaufort, S. C, enjoyed a two weeks visit with his mother, Mrs. Fred Newell, at her homa here. Mrs. Newell has been coming to Balsam for thirty-five years. THE METHODIST CHURCH Rev. J. G. Huggin, Jr., Pastor. "The Larger Setting of Earthly Life," will be tne subject of the pastor's sermon at the morning service. In the evening he will speak on, "The Regenerative Pow er of Christian Faith." IIAZELWOOD PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH S. R. Crockett, Pastor. Everybody Welcome. Sunday school 10:00 a. m. ' Church services 11:00 and 8:00 p. m. ;". ST. JOHN'S CHURCH jWaynesville, every Sunday 11:00 a.'m. Bryson City, every 1st Sunday 8:00 a.m. Franklin, every 2nd and 5th Sun day 8:00 a. m. Cherokee, every 3rd Sunday 8:00 a. m. Murphy, every 4th Sunday (Cen tral Time) 7:00 a. m. Tallahassee, Fla. Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Pope and (laughter, Betty, left Saturday for Miami, after spending two weeks in the Wilson cabin. Betty will be enrolled' at the woman's college at NOTICE NORTH CAROLINA, HAYWOOD COUNTY. JN THE SUPERIOR COURT. MARIE CARVER ASHlB VS. MARVIN ASHE. The defendant, Marvin Ashe, will take notice that an action entitled as above has been commenced in the Superior Court of Haywood County, North Carolina, for the purpose of securing for the plain tiff an absolute divorce from the defendant on the grounds of two years separation; and the said de fendant will further take notice that he is required to appear be fore the Clerk of the Court of said County within 30 days after the 7th day of October, 1941, to answer or demur to the complaint filed-in said action, or the plaintiff will apply to the Court for the relief demanded in said complaint. This the 6th day of Sepember, .-1941.' C. H. LEATHERWOOD, t . Clerk Superior Court. No. 1108 Sept. 11-18-25-Oct. 2 Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Hoi den re turned to their home in Miami, Fla., last Friday after spending the summer at their, home in Bal sam Heights. i .. , . . : ' : - r Charlie Curtis. Paul and Al Mull. who caddied for me in Waynes ville for a number of years and who are now serving m Uncle Sam's army at Ft. Jackson, paid me a pop call Sunday evening, as they were on a short furlough. I call them the "Three Muske teers" for they are "one for all and all for one." They have al ready served one year in the army and before that, nine months in the national guard. They are fine Tar Heels and Waynesville and Balsam are proud of them. When a Child Needs a Laxative I Your child should like this tasty liquid laxative and you should like the gentle way it usually wakes up youngster's LVy intestines when given by the simple directions. SYRUP OF BLACK-DRAUGHT contains the same principal Ingre dient which has enabled its older brother BLACK-DRAUGHT to give so many users such satisfying re lief for so many years! Perhaps that's why it usually gives a child such refreshing relief when the familiar symptoms Indi cate a laxative is needed, v SYRUP OF BLACX-DRATJGHT comes in t size. The Introductory sise is 25c; the economy size Is 50c Mrs. Stewart, of Daytona Beach, is visiting the Misses Grace and Lillian Bingham. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Middleton's son, Harry, suffered a broken col lar bone Sunday at Cruso in a bicycle collision. He was taken to the Haywood County Hospital. He is getting along nicely. ' NOTICE NORTH CAROLINA, i HAYWOOD COUNTY. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT. JOHN HAWKINS VS.' AMELIA SPARKS HAWKINS. The defendant, Amelia Sparks Hawkins, will take notice that an action entitled as above has been commenced in the Superior Court of Haywood County, North Caro lina, for the purpose of securing for the plaintiff an absolute di vorce from the defendant on the grounds of two years separation; and the said defendant will furth er take notice that she is requir ed to appear before the Clerk of the Superior Court of said County within thirty (30) days after the 9th day of October, 1941, and an swer or demur to the complaint filed In said action, or the plaintiff will apply to the Court for the relief demanded in said complaint. This 8th day of September, 1941. C. H. LEATHERWOOD, Clerk Superior Court No. 1109 Sept. 11-18-25-Oct 2 &COTTS SCRAP BOOK . THE JVAYNESVIIXE MOUNTAINEER By RJ. SCOTT 9 :-&xmm 1 J vwewt ix wstcii iiolv . ftettttt tl 1U.L CAMf" IQUlPMt-Hf SEC yoa wHim ya Buy A. IWI CHICKIH MSACMAMTS rxcM. . VX.MttI.ftl off - tan fotlUffc I 1 11 wm4 ' 1 I 4U i4 CftMUl I II ' iff I ftiawnl III II UKIA LI Q Fines Creek News By Mrs. D. N. Kainooue. Rev. Joe T. Shackford will con duct a revival meeting as Laurel HiU church beginning Sep tember 22nd and closing the fol lowing Sunday. The annual Miller reunion was held on Spring Creek last Sunday and was well attended by people from all sections of the unty. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. B. McCrary had as their guest last week M. J. Hipps, of South Carolina, who is a nephew of Mrs. McCrary. Two Local Men Keporx ror iruuuiig At Keesler Field . Ernest L .Withers, Jr son of Mr mA Mrs. E. L. Withers, and Wallace Marley, son of Mrs. F. w Marlev. left Saturday lor Biloxi, Miss., where they will at tend the air corps technical school of Keesler Field. They nave enlisted for three years. veins' Withers had been am At - n J sion sales manager ior sne zveu Rock Bottlers, Inc., of Atlanta and has represented the firm in the Mark Kirkpa trick, of Newport xt,. .antiv visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. M. Kirkpatrick at their home on Fines Creek. Miaa T.nra Mae Greene, daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Greene, left Thursday to resume her snia ies at Elon College. ins TTflvnpn. who Holds a posi tion at Newport News, spent a lew days last wees wm u f THURSDAY, SEPTE:, he was associated Young Marley L.. t few years, ha, the uhotaPTonv;. r?7 "t some OUtstanHi,. "S mercial and JtJ? ents, Mr. and Mrs. Harley Haynes, at their home on r ines ireen. m, Ttillip Greene and Mis. Jim Clark left recently for Newport News to join their husbands who are employed there. graphy, Mrs. Marion Webb and children, of Marion, are visiting friends and relatives on Fines Creek. 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