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OCTOBER 16, 1941
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
I Troop l Awarded
C FW Activities Of
L Troop 4. nder the
lfor the second eonaec
Pra a wander Thom-
T, for Scoutcraft at the
fr7..-. court of honor
C,y evening in Canton.
w.n 1 was prestuwu
, .treamer for having the
w of teams to qual-
,u new w ' . . V ; :
athletic flcIJ last Sat
i attained twenty
i n m 1 1 1 s. " - - -
G in the Alexander Thorn-
close seconu j-
Lints. Troop 7 of Canton
third with thirteen points
fold Back the
Chas. Boyer and Olivia
ith Don (Red) Barry.
Ian At Large"
Marjoi'ie Weaver and G.
Me: la Cberon and Joseph
Orson Welles and all star
Bay Me That
Uyod Noland and players.
Held On October 12
The second annual Rathbone reunion-was
held Sunday, October
12th, with Mrs. Dola Rathbone at
the C. Z. Noland home in Pines
At noon a picnic lunch was serv
ed. The benediction was given by
Rev. Jarvis Teague.
Mrs. Dola Rathbone had with
her the following children: John
Rathbone, Mark Rathbone, Miss
Aldie Rathbone, Mr, and Mrs.
Reeves Rathbone and their three
daughters. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond
Rathbone and their three children,
Mr. and Mrs. Len Rathbone, Mr.
and Mrs. Elmer Rathbone and
baby. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Webb
and children, of Marion. Mr. and
Mrs. Vance Green and their chil
Other relatives present at the
reunion were: Mr. and Mrs. Den
nis Rathbone, Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Rathbone and Mrs. Will Rathbone,
all of Canton. Mr. and Mrs. Nor
man Rathbone and children, Mrs.
James Jinkins and children, Mr.
and Mrs. Dolph Lannings, Mr. and
Mrs. Claude Clark and two chil
dren, Mrs. Minnie Clark, Mrs.
Bethel Messer and children, Mr.
and Mrs. D. C. West and children,
Mr. and Mrs. D. N. Rathbone,
Miss Ethel Taylor, Eugene Tay
lor, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Clark, Mrs.
Tom Rathbone and Mr. and Mrs.
J. B. Green.
Friends and invited guests in
cluded: Mrs. Hugh Ferguson, Mrs.
Homer Trantham, Mrs. Mary Beas
ley, Mr. and Mrs. G. Z, Noland,
E. M. Trantham, Mr. and Mrs.
Furman Noland, Mrs. Billie No
land, Miss Phyllis Green and Dean
Green. Rev. Jarvis Teague and
Miss Maude White and Miss Fan
nie Wright, of Baltimore.
The Holy Spirit Our Helper
HIGHLIGHTS ON THE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON
and Clyde Troop 9 was fourth with
Canton Troop 1 had nine teams
to qualify in the events which en
titled them to nine ribbons ana a
blue troop streamer. Canton Troop
4 was awarded seven ribbons and
a red troop streamer, Canton Troop
7 six ribbons and a red troop
streamer, Clyde Troop 9 three rib
bons and Waynesville Troop 3 one
Troop 4 of Canton won first place
in inspection, Troop 1 second, Troop
7 third and Clyde Troop 9 fourth.
In the firebuilding contest, Troop 9
was first, Troop 1 second, Troop 7
third, and Troop 4 fourth. Troop
1 and 7 also had extra teams qual
ifying in this event. ;
Flapjack cooking wars won by
Troop.4 -with Troop J, second. Troop
9 of Clyde won the dressing race.
Canton Troop 7 was second, Way
nesville Troop 3 third, and Canton
Troop 1 fourth. Canton Troop I
also had another team to qualify
in this event.
Troop 1 and Troop 4 tied for first
place in first aid, with Troop 7 win
ning second. Canton Troop 4 was
he only troop to qualify in the knot
tying. They also won first in tent
pitching, with Canton Troop 7
coming in second. Canton Troop 1
was the only troop to qualify in
signaling. They also won first place
, in Are by flint and steel, with Can
tin Troon 1, James B. Hurley of
' Canton Troop 7, and Eugene Fran-
' ci r.f CIvHb froop 9.
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By NEWMAN CAMPBELL
(The International Uniform
Lesson on the above topic for Oct
19 la Gen. 1:2; Pa. 61:11; Is.
63:10-14; Joel 2: 28. 29; Luke
11:13; John 3:8-8; 14:26; 16:7-14;
Acta l: 2:1-4, 82. $3: 4:31;
10:44-48; 19:1-7; Rom 8. 12-17,
26-28; I Cor. 13:1-13. n Cor.
13-14; GaL 8:22-28; Rev 1:10;
22:17. the Golden Text being Rom.
8-14, "As many as are led by the
Spirit of God, those are sons of
THE FIRST Bible reference In
our lesson today is from Genesis 1,
second verse, telling of the crea
tion of the earth: "And the earth
was without form, and void; and
darkness was upon the face of
the deep. And the Spirit of God
moved upon the face of the wa
ters." In the beginning the Spirit
of God was manifest in the world,
and our lesson continues to show
how it works in the world, even
unto the present day. and to what
heights it attains in Inspiring and
helping human beings
Isaiah reminds the children of
Israel how this Spirit was with
them In their wanderings In the
wilderness, especially In their es
cape from the Egyptians, when
they were guided by Moses
through the Red sea. "dividing
the water before them, to make
Himself an everlasting name." It
seemed hard for the Israelites to
continue to be true to God; their
faith wavered, even after their de
liverance from their taskmasters,
and their prophets were always
reminding them of the many
blessings God has bestowed upon
them. David, the psalmist, pleads
with the Lord to "Cast me not
away from Thy presence: and take
not Thy Holy Spirit from me." It
is universal cry which we all
must make lest we lose sight of
the Spirit which helps us through
all our misfortunes and keeps us
on the right road
God Sustains Us
Shall we fear that God will not
sustain us and give us the things
that we need ? Jesus said, you re
member, that if a son asked for
bread, a man would not give him
a stone, or if he asked for fish no
earthly father would give the son
a serpent "If ye, then, being evil,
know how to give good gifts unto
your children: how much more
shall your Heavenly Father give
the Holy Spirit to them that call
Again Jesus tells Nicodemus. a
ruler of the Jews who came to
Him and asked that His message
be explained to him. that he
must be "born again." Nicodemus
couldn't ' understand that Jesus
meant a spiritual rebirth, but
Jesus told him not to marvel that
He said man must be born again,
for "The wind bloweth where it j
Usteth. and thou nearest the sound !
thereof, but canst not tell whence
It cometh, and whither it goeth: :
so is every one that Is born of the !
Spirit" The Important thing ls(
that this Holy Spirit comes to us ;
when we need It.
An earnest desire to leave that
which Is evil in our past and to do
what is right and pleasing in
God's sight brings about this re
birth. And when we receive this
Holy Spirit we shall be helped
and comforted "Ye shall receive
power after that the Holy Ghost
is come upon you and ye shall
be witnesses unto Me both In
Jerusalem, and in all Judea. and
In Samaria, and unto the utter
most part of the earth." said
This was the last message of
.Jesus before He was taken up in
a cloud and vanished from the
sight of His disciples
The next reference relates the
story of the day of Pentecost ,
when the Holy Spirit descended
upon the disciples in "tongues of
Ore." and they all began to talk
in .different languages as the
Spirit gave them power This epi j
ode we have had in an earlier
lesson bo we need not dwell upon
it here. Also we read the account I
of the Holy Ghost descending upon
Gentiles of the house of Cornelius,
affecting them as it had the Jews
who were Jesus' disciples, to their
In I Corinthians St. Paul again
asserts that the Spirit is the same
In all of us. There are diversities
of gifts," he writes, "but the same
Spirit." Each of us has a different
gift for instance, some are given
the girt of wisdom; some the art
of healing, others have other tal
ents But an these may be direct!
ed by the Spirit for our own and
the world's good.
"The fruit of the Spirit is love,
Joy. peace, long suffering, gentle
ness, goodness, faith, meekness,1
temperance: against such there la1
no law. . . . Let us not be-desir-l
ous of vain glory, provoking one
another, envying one another." i
"If we live in the Spirit let us
also walk in the Spirit" as St
Paul tells us, for "As many as are
led by the 8plrit of God, these are
the sons of God."
What a change would come over
the world If everyone asked the
Holy Spirit to help them to live
lives of love, goodness, Joy, peace,
long suffering, not being desirous
of glory for oneself, not provoking
others or envying others, but
walking and living with the Spirit
In brotherly love.
Distributed br King Features Syndicate, toe.
Mrs. Lou Moody of this section
is seriously ill. Mrs. Mary Fowl-
r, of Fletcher, and Mrs. Lora
Holcomb, of Eilka, both her daugh-
ers, have been visiting , at her
home this week.
Mrs. Louise Alexander, of Enka,
vjsited her grandmother, Mrs. Lou
Moody, last week.
Mr. Ramsey, who formerly lived
in the house of Ernest Moody, has
moved from this community.
Mary Palmer Accepts
Position With State
Board of Health
Miss Mary Palmer, who has held
the position of clerk in the dis
trict health department for more
than a year, has recently resigned
to accept a isimilar position in the
Vital Statistics department of the
State Board of Health office in Ral
eigh.;. ' '
Miss Palmer left yesterday to
assume her new duties in Raleigh.
Her successor has not yet been
18 Months To Pay
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Let n show yoa M tb ftaturts of
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tantly why yoa should start thu sunv
tner with this dean, f ast, thrifty way ta
better cooking, and best of all, you 11
assie Furniture Co.
There will be an organization
meeting of the Dellwood P. T. A.
it the school house on Friday at
2:30. A'l parents and interested
persons are requested to attend.
Mr. and Mrs, II. B. Moody have
returned to their home in Franklin
after spending three weeks with
Mrs. R. S. Kuykendall.
Miss Margaret Hall, of North
Wilkesboro, spent the week-end
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L.
W. Hall. J
General Motors has 11,200,000,
000 defense orders.
Misses Ada and Lillian Magaha
spent the week-end with Mr. and
Mrs. Mark Hannah in Maggie.
Paul Hannah has returned from
the Asheville hospital and is pro
gressing nicely. He will be con
fined to his bed for some time.
Mrs. Cordell Evans and son,
Bobby, spent the week-end with
Mr. and Mrs. Verlin Evans.
Having qualified as Administra
tor of the Estate of Mrs. Artie
Mull, this is to notify all persons
having claims against said estate (
to file the same with the under
signed at Waynesvjlle, N. C, on or
before the 15th day of October,
'942, or this notice will be pleaded
n bar of recovery. All persons in
debted to said estate please make
This October 15th, 1941.
HERBERT H. BRAREN,
No. 1119 Oct 16-23-30-Nov. 6-13-20.
, , -
olATEMENT OF THE OWNERSHIP, MAN
.vGLlWuNT, CIHCULATION, rlC, Ht.QU.H
. D BY THE ACTS OF CONGRESS OF
OOUST 24, lSif AND MARCH 3. 1?J
Of Th Wnivlll MounUlnwr. publlthd
weakly t WynevlM, North Caroline, for
ciobar 8, 1941, Stala of North Carolina,
County of Haywood. '
Itcii.re me, a nolary publlo in and for tba
State and county aton-aaul. pM.-nanj !'
poured W. ('. Kuk, who, bavin been duly
worn U't'onliiifc to law, nt-pon:,-, uim
he ia the editor of The WavuenvMle M-
ti.eer, and that the follow-in ia. to the
heat of hia knowledge and belief, a true
itatetnent of the ownerahip, iiuiiuiKVini-m
(and If a daily 'paper, the circulatcwil. etc,,,
f the aforexaid pulilliation fur tlie 4a te
shown in the raptum, reijiiired I'v the -Kci
of Auiruat 24, 1H12, aa amended by the Act
if March 3. lV.it. emtKKlied In aoction
1'wt.il bawa and Heirulationa, printed on the
reverse of this folio, to wit:
1. . That tiie . namea and addreaea of t.hr
fiublialier. editor, maniia'in editor, and buar
nena nianaarera are: i'ublnher. HurneHvinr
inline m anv. Wavneavllle; I.'I'I t, v
C. Ruaa. Wavneaville: Ifanasin Editor. W
.. b dm: Huaineaa Manage, W, V. Ruaa
nd M T, Bridgea, Wayneaville.
2. That the owner la: (If owned by
rurporatiiin, ita name and addreaa mimt 1m
tiiieii and also immediately thereunder the
.umee and addreaai-s of atwkholdeia owmna
ir holding one per cent or mure of tola.
mount of etock. If not owned by a cor
ponrtiori, the namea and addrease of t!'
individual ownera muat be given. If owned
i..m. - i..,'a'iy, ..r uri.inciorte'.
oncem. Ita name and addreaa, aa well a
tboae of each individual, muat be riven )
V. C. Kuaa. Wayneaville, ti. C; M. T.
Bridgea, Wayneaville, M. O.
H. ., t hat Uie . known ooiidholdera. mortg
airee8. and other aecurity huldera owning o
noldin 1 per cent or more of total amount
of bi-nda, mortK'iea, or other Heiuritiet
are: (If there are none, ao atate. ) None.
4. That the two pararapha nitt almve
aivin the names of the ownera, atnckholder.
ind aecurity boldera. If any. contain riot only
the Mat of atockholdera and aecurity holders
aa they appear upon the booke of the com
nanv. hut alao. in caaea where the atock
holder or aet-urity holder appeara uion th
booka of the company aa trustee or in any
other fiduciary relation, the name of the
person or corporation for whom euch trustee
a artina;, ia given; alao that the1 aaid two
paragraphia contain atatementa embracing al
fiant'a full knowieibre and belief aa to tbe
ircumatancea and conditiona under whic!
atockholdera and aecurity boldera who do n' 1
appear upon the booka of the company a,
trust eea. hold atock and securities in a ca
pacity other than that of a bona fide owner;
and this affiant baa Bo reaeon to believe
that any other pereon, a affectation, or cor
poration haa any interest direct or indirect
in the aaid stock, bonda, or other securities
than aa so atated by turn.
W. C. RUSH,
Sworn to and subacribed before me thie
Sfb day of October, 14)41.
My enrnmfaaiion expires April 18, 14)43. I
Aliens Creek News
By Janet Amnions.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Davis
children, of Caldwell, Ohio,
spending this week with Mr.
Mrs. Dick Rhinehart.
Granville Mull, Jr., from Fort
Benning, Ga., spent 11 days with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs, Gran
Gertrude Medford, Betty Massie
Burtin and Willie. Conner spent
Sunday in Hendersonville.
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Shepard
ind children, of Gastonia, visited
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Browning.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Tate and son,
Clarence, spent Sunday with Mr.
-nd Mrs. Larry Medford.
Mr, and Mrs. Ennis Chambers,
of Kyle, spent - Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. E. K. Chambers.
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Finney and
children spent the . week-end in
Greenville, S. C.
Lon Ammons apent Monday.
De Leon Clark, of Lenoir, visited
Mr. and Mrs. Roy McClure.
Mrs. Evelyn MacMahan, of
Fletcher, is spending several days
with her mother, Mrs. Harrison
Robert Buchanan, Scott Cunning
ham, Ralph and Elmer Hendrix,
spent Sunday in Hendersonville.
SNAKE BITES TEACHER
ATLANTA, Ga, While teaching
a class of interested on-lookers how
to handle snakes without b?ing
bitten, Wallace White, Jr. ama
teur ophiologist, hf.d the emDar
rasing experience of having a yel
low rat-snake almost five feet long
to lunge at and bite him under the
right eye-lid. White was rushed
to a physician by the members of
his class and waia treated1 for
snakebite, a sore eye and a hurt
pride. .' .
Men From Service
Certain inducted men will be re
leased or discharged from active
military service prior to comple
tion of their regular period of ser
vice, according to a new ruling
from National Headquarters of Se
lective Service it was learned from
local draft board this week.
Men will not be released from
service indiscriminately, but in ord
er to obtain a separation from ser
vice the inducted man must show
that he is entitled to be released
for one of the following seven rea-
sons: . .' '..
Physical or mental disability, de
sertion, , inaptness, undesirable
traits of character, conviction of
civil court, dishonorable discharge
pursuant to sentence of a court
martial or military commission
and for other recognized military
Other reasons include : age, an
inducted man may ! be separated
from active military service if ha
reaches the age of 28 years on or
before July 1, 1941, and prior to his
induction into service; erroneous in
duction; incorrect classification; a
necessity for the maintenance of
the national health, safety or in
terest,' a necessity to prevent im
pairment of the national defense
effort; or dependency or home con
ditions occurring after induction.
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