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DECEMBER 11, 1941
THE WAYNES V1LLE MOUNTAINEER
atient at the
py Hospital, i. re-
ia still a patient
n ..riously injured
I WHO - . - . ,
ft..v ve way under the
"TL was working. He ia
Iw Burnette had as her
;.f L, Mm. Verlie Sing-
W M. Upheld an
iTBroeram those present
Od the Mnuiw. "
LM on Saturday, iwcm
to home oi " "
jhe ladies navo picugeu
,k. huildinK fund of the
U expect to have it paid
bt of the year. ...
nj Winford Hughes have
ei the birth of a 9 pound
Aeth Neil, on Saturday, De-
hil home demonstration
hi hold an all-day meeting
by, December 12th, at the
f Mrs. George Allen with
ionie Allison as point nost-
U Blavlock, son of. Mrs,
tvlock. was buried at Golds-
nday at 3 o'clock. He was
1 injured in an accident
I before his mother reached
Jianage where he has been
past nine years.
owship has had much bad
nne the past two weeks.
kith deaths, serious inju-
operations, we are further
by our country being in I
war with Japan. Our sym
extended to the parents in
list who have sons in the
Glenn Chambers, son of
Mrs. Corley Chambers, and
Mann, son of Mr. and Mrs;
Mann, who are stationed at
liff Cove News
and Mrs. Harley Dills and
rnave moved to Brevard.
HIGHLIGHTS ON THE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON
By NEWMAN CAMPBELL
(The International Uniform
Lesson on the above topic for Dec.
14 la Matt. 25:14-30: Luke 16:9
13; 18:24-30: I Cor. 16:2; H Cor.
8:1-8:15, the Golden Text being
I Cor 4:2. "It is required in stew
ards, that a man be found faithful.")
THE STORY of the talent Is
so well known that it hardly needs
to be repeated, only that we all
'not only children) like to hear
tii'se familiar stories over and
There once was a man who had
to go a long Journey to a far
country, so that he would be gone
or some time. Calling hla three
hervants to him. he gave to the first
ten talents, to the second two.
.nd to the third one. to care for
during his absence, and went on
t.ls wy. The first man took hla
money and traded with it, so
that he made another ten talents.
1 He second did likewise, and also
doubled his money. But the third,
L-tag timid and cautious, buried
what had been given him In the
In due time the master came
back from far lands and asked
each one of the servants for an
accounting, the first one proudly
showed his 20 talents: the second,
his four, but the third told his
master that he knew he was a
hard man. "reaping where thou
hast not sown, and gathering
where thou hast not strawn," and
admitted he was afraid and had
Vdaeh the talent.
The master, who had rewarded
i he other two. called this one a
"wicked and slothful servant."
Because he had made no good use
if his one talent, even that should
be taken away from him and giv
.ii to the one who had the most.
"For unto every one that hath
hall be eiven. and he shall have
hundance: but from him that
' ath not shall be taken away even
ihat which he hath."
Each Has Talent
Each one of us has a gift or
talent (not money) of some sort.
Some are blessed with many,
some with a more modest num
ber, and some with few. but each
can cultivate what he has and so
be of use in the world. If we do
not. we will find in time the tal
ent has deteriorated and become
useless, and we will, like the man
. In the parable, be "cast Into outer
darkness." If we are true servants
of our Master. Christ, we certain'
Schools To Give
gift we have in His service, and
thus leave the world at least a lit
tle bit better for our presence
Thus we shall be faithful stew.
ards for, as St. Luka recites the
words of Jesus: "HeTnat is faith
ful In that which is least is faith
ful also in much; and he that is
unjust in the least is unjust also
This la the lesson every tittle
child should learn to do well each
task, even the very smallest and
least congenial If children are
thus trained at home and in Sun
day school there is no shadow of
doubt but they will grow up to be
fine men and women, who can be
entrusted with great responsibili
ties. "He (or she) la a person to
be trusted." men will aay of such
a person "He does everything
Cannot Serve Two
There la also the matter of
choosing between "God and mam
mon." the Good or the woriaiy.
"No servant can serve two mas
ters." Jesus said. "Either he will
hate the one and love the other;
or else he will hold to the one
and despise the other." Followers
of our gentle Master surely can
not afford to temporize with evil.
We must be whole hearted in our
allegiance to Him. from the min
ister and leaders of the church,
down to the smallest child In the
Sunday School. Such men and
women wUl try to follow HU com
mands, to live like Him, in un
selfishness and kindliness, forgiv
ing much without rancor, not too
concerned with money and the
things of this world, but undivid
ed in their allegiance to the good
The latter part of our lesson la
concerned with the less spiritual
but very necessary matter of
finances St. Paul urges the Corin
thians to contribute generously to
the poverty-stricken people in Je
rusalem, praising me xuaceuun
lans who, while very poor them
selves, had given abundantly. He
suggested that "on the first day
of the week" each member of the
Church put something away, as he
could afford, for the work of the
church. He should do It willingly,
not grudgingly, "or of necessity,"
as Paul says, for "God loveth a
Cheerful giver." v..
Everything we have la the
Lord's our Uvea, our loved ones,
all our earthly possessions. Is It
too much to ask that we set aside
a stated sum each week to help to
carry on His workT
The Maggie home demonstration
club held an all-day meeting at the
home of Mrs. Dave Plott The
members brought a basket of lunch
and everyone enjoyed the lunch
that was served. r
Some new officers were elected
and several of the old officers were
Several of the members brought
To Boss Phillies
The elementary schools of the
Waynesville . school district will
hold a Christmas music festival on
Friday, the 12th, in the township
high school auditorium at 1 o'clock.
with L. T. New serving as general ,
chairman of the event.
The following teachers are co-1
operating in the presentation of Night".
the program from the schools t The fourth and fifth grades will
participating as designated: Mrs. 'sing "O Little Town of Bethle
James Liner, Junaluska school; hem" Past Waynesville will give
Miss Edith Long, East Waynes- a special number, "O Holy Night";
ville; Miss Sara Jane Walker, "We Three Kings" will be given by
Hunt wood: Mrs. Marvin Leather. Three Kings from each school on
wood. Rock Hill: Miss Stephanie the verses, and the fourth, fifth,
Moore, Central elementary; Miss sixth and seventh grades joining in
Mildred Medford, - Aliens Creek; on the chorus.
Miss Queen Justice, Saunook; and The Haselwood Girls Glee Club
Miss Catherine Calhoun. Maggie. 'will ainsr "Away In the Manger";
The Drom-am will consist of the the fifth grades will sing-fairest
following; "Hark the AnireL Simr". Lord Jesus"; Central elementary
given by the fourth, fifth, sixth and will sing "Come Hasten Ye Shep
seventh grades, after which a scrip- herds"; the sixth grades will sing
ture reading will be given. "It Came Upon the Midnight
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Chorus will sing "God Rest Ye
Merry Gentlemen"; the fourth,
and seventh grades will give "First aino, ..Jov to thfl World"i and the
Noel"; the fourth, fifth, sixth and festival will close with the bene
seventh grades will sine- "Silent diction.
Walking"; the fourth, fifth, sixth
and seventh grades will sing, "O
Come All Ye Faithful"; the sixth
Hold 2 Sessions
rh Havwood Singing Conven
tion will meet at the court house
Saturday night at 7:30 for the
regular quarterly meeting. The
meeting will last until 10 o'clock,
it was announced. .
Beginning at ten o'clock Sunday
morning, the convention ww -convene
and continue until four in
An invitation is extended to all
singers to attend. ;
e new manager of the Philadel
ia Phillies for the t4S season is
ohn (Hans) Lobert, 60. He is s
. eteran player and former coach of
tha rllr dwellers of the National
League. Lobert Is the second oldest
manager in the big leagues, Connie
Mack of the Athletics being the
dean of them au.
articles thev had made that would
be suitable for Christmas gifts.
Miss Mary Margaret Smith made
several suggestions and also gave
an interesting talk on how to re
duce your hosiery bill.
The next meeting will be held
with Mrs. James Robert Plott.
The Olivet Baotist church of
Maggie pounded their pastor the
Rev. Jarvis Underwood, on Wednes
day night. The members brought
can goods, chickens, apples, pota
toes and other groceries.
After the pounding the Rev. Mr,
Underwood conducted the regular
Wednesday night prayer service.
Following the service delicious re
freshments were served by the
pastor and his wife.
Farmers are bringing to a close
their best year since 1929 with pro
duction, prices, and income at high
levels, reports the U. 8. Bureau
of Agricultural Economics.
lv should use even the smallest
Distributed br Klag Features Syndicate, Inc.
James Medford had as her
1Mb week-end, Miss Blanche
Allen's Creek News
C. Stevens preached Sundav
fbeth Chapel church.
begun on Christmas
P be given at the two cliurch-
fatcliffe Cove. No date has
t for the plays.
Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Burrell and
family, of Canton, were visitors on
Allen's Creek Sunday.
Pvt. Ulylus McClure, of Camp
Bowie, Texas, and Don McClure,
Smokemont, are spending several
l ,;i-u tVioir fathpr Fuller Mc-
waiter Francis, who has ciure.
m oume oetter.
Mrs. Taylor Wilson and Miss Lola
Wilson spent Sunday in Canton
Dot Johnson snent the wwk.
I5 frieds in Ratcliffe Cove.
WOOD GROUP TO MEET
G. A 's of the Hazelwoocl
church will meet Tuesday
'' Dec. 16th, with Frances
Mrs. John Williams and family,
of Sandy Mush, spent Sunday with
her son, Virge Williams.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Page have
moved to their new home on Allen's
Creek. : . '
Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Wyatt have
announced the birth of a son,
George Clifton, on December 2nd.
Garrison Rogers, of Newport
News, spent the week-end with
AH people are urged to come to
the Buchanan cemetery Friday and
Saturday to help with the building
of a new road.
' DROP "
The general level of prices re
ceived by farmers for agricultural
commodities on November 15 de
clined four noints from a month
earlier, reports the U. S. Depart
ment of Agriculture,
Santo Coffffee 2. 39
Week-End Special Jolden Ripe
Tree Ripened Seedless Indian River
Oranges 15ct 29(
4 lb. carton
8 lb. carton
k 4 lb. bucket
"An Ideal Christmas
Gift -A Subscription
To The Mountaineer"
8 lb. bucket $1.00
Delicious North Georgia Home-Made
Half Gallon Tin 450
Gallon Tins 890
CHILLI with BEANS 3 ;25
Do You Like A High Grade Hard
Yukon s Best
Always At Economical Prices
SPECIAL PRICES TO ALL
Care for Cake?
iim. mi vc .
Our ' Market
Is Selling A
At prices that
will enable yon
t o economize
Place Your Order For
52 Weeks In the Year
A Gift That Will Be Appreciated
SLICED BACON 250
Rath's Black Hawk or Kingham's
Reliable Sugar Cured
P)SINO for Its picture looking
good enough to eat. Caramel
Layer Cake is a portrait or baking
perfection, which ymv eaar eew
Ramford Baking Powder betters the
batter and you can't do better than
use this recipe tor cake and frost
ing: Caramel Layer Cake
H cup shorten- !tt teaspoons .
Ids' Hum ford Bak-
- IK cup eugar . Ing Powder -t
egg: aeparated 14 teaspoon
114 cups sifted salt
cake flour K cup milk
1 teaspoon vanilla
Cream shortening, add sugar
gradually, creaming until light and
fluffy. Add egg yolks unbeaten,
and beat well. Sift White Lily
flour, Rumford Baking Powder and
salt and add to creamed mixture
alternately with the milk. Add
run 11a and blend Well. Fold in
stiffly beaten egg whites. Pour
nto 3 greased 9 inch layer pans
and bake in a moderate oven (375
degrees F.) 20 minutes. Spread
with Caramel Frosting and deco
rate with pecan halves.
The Highest Quality
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