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THURSDAY, JANUARY 15, 1942
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
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LONG'S CHAPEL METHODIST
Lake Junaluska, N. C.
Pastor, Miles A. McLean.
Church school with classes for
all ages, 9:45.
Morning worship 11:00. Sermon
topic, "Getting Help from the
Special service Sunday evening
at 6:30, at which the young people
of First Methodist church in Can
ton will put on a religious play
let.' Wednesday evening there will be
recreation for young people.
Thursday evening at 7:30 choir
practice at parsonage.
, - METHODIST CHURCH
In the morning service th pas
tor, Rev. J. C. Madison, will speak
on the subject, Cursed by Stupidity.
The subject of the evening message
at 7:00 o'clock will be, The Art of
Church school opens at 9:45 and
the Methodist youth - Fellowship
holds its meeting at 6:00 o clock.
On Monday evening, Jan. 19, at
7:00 o'clock the board of education
and the worker's conference includ
ing all church school teachers and
officers will meet in the ladies'
' John the Baptist and Jesus
, HIGHLIGHTS ON THE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON
By NEWMAN CAMPBELL
(The International Uniform
Lesson on the above topic tor
Jan. 18 la Matt 3:1-17; Mark
1:1-11; Luke ' 3:1-22. the Golden
Text being Luke 3:22. "Thou art
My Beloved Son: In Thee I am
well pleased " , y
Rev. Malcom R. Williamson, Pas
Sundav school at 9:45 a. m.
Morning' worship.' 11:00 o'clock. I
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IN HIS PLACE."
Young people's meeting at 6:30
p.' m. ' ' . ;. .'
.Mid-week prayer serve Wednes
day evening at 7:30.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
H. G. Hammett, Pastor.
Do you dislike Christ T Are you
indifferent to Him? Is He your
personal Lord and Savior f Do you
know the testimony of others?
Learn this, Sunday morning at
9i45 in the Bible school, as we
study, "John's Testimony of
At the morning worship at 11:00
o'clock the pastor will give a
Lord's Supper meditation on, "The
Christian's Testimony." The even
ing worship at 7:30 will feature the
singing of gospel hymns and warm
Christian fellowship. The pastor
will preach on the subject, A Wel
WE HAVE learned all we can
know of the childhood of Jesus.
We know nothing of the youth of
John the Baptist those two who
were second cousins, you remem
ber, because their mothers were
first cousins, and whose lives, so
far aa we know, never crossed un
til they were grown men.
Today we learn when and how
they met and what they did. John
the Baptist was a remarkable
man, a real prophet who pre
ferred the wilderness for a home
and very simple food locusts and
wild honey, we are told. Locusts
are part of the poor man's food In
the East today. They are not at all
tike our locusts. His dress was
equally simple, a camel's hair
garment the cloth being coarse
and woven of camel's hair still
worn In the east A girdle was
almost an Indispensable part of
the common dress of the day. It
was needed to bind the long, loose
John must have been a striking
figure. He made no pretensions of
being other than he was in
"The voice of jne crying in the
Make ye ready the way of the
Make His paths straight.
Every valley shall be filled,
And every mountain and hill
shall be brought low;
And the crooked shall be made
And the rough ways smooth,
And all flesh shall see the salva-
tlon of God "
Multitude Came to Hear
Multitudes of people came from
their homes to hear this striking
man with the Interesting message.
It may have been that these
crowds sensed that something un
usual was about to take place.
They knew John made them feel
they were living' sinfully and
should do something about It.
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Many may have thought that If
they could get him to baptise
them they would be saved, jonn
dispelled that idea, however. He
knew their guilt that they were
dishonest grafters, cruel, selfish,
and he told them plainly that bap
tism was not enough. It was but a
symbol of a change which should
make them live good lives.
"What shall we do?" they asked
him. To the publicans, noted graft
ers, he said that they should col
lect no more than was due them.
To the soldiers, that they shoald
use no violence, should not accuse
anyone falsely, and be content
with their wages.
He was not Christ, he told them,
who were wondering, "One might
ier than I cometh. the latchet
(strings) of whose shoes I am not
worthy to unloose; He shall bap
tize you with the Holy Ghost and
All three of the disciples
Matthew, Mark and Luke tell of
jesus coming to John to be bap
tized. Matthew says John forbade
the Lord at first saying he had
much more need to be baptized of
Jesus. But Jesus insisted, so there.
In the river Jordan. Jesus was
baptized by John, and immediate
ly after coming from tha water.
He saw the heavens open and the
Spirit of God descended like a
dove, lighting upon Him. "And to,
a voice from heaven, saying, Thou
art My Beloved Son; In Thee I am
St Luke says that Jesus was 30
years of age at this time. He also
tells us that Herod, the tetrarch
or ruler, having been reproved by
John for his evil doings, and espe
cially for taking his brother
Philip's wife, Herodlas. shut John
in prison. He never left this pris
on, you remember, but was be
headed through a conspiracy by
Herodlas and her daughter. Sa
lome. John fulfilled the prophecy of
the angel who appeared to his fa
ther. Zacharlas, "Many of the
children of Israel shall he turn
to the Lord their God." He also
fulfilled the prophecy of Zacha
rlas himself who, when his dumb
ness passed, said: "And thou,
child, shalt be called the prophet
of the Highest: for thou shalt go
before the face of the Lord to pre
pare His ways."
Rev. Frank Leatherwood, Pastor.
Sunday school 9:45.
Morning worship 11:00, sermon
subject : "Consecration."
Baptist Training Union 6:30.
Evening worship 7:30, sermon
subject: "The Quest for the Best"
. Prayer service Wednesday even
Rev. S. R. Crockett, Pastor,
Sunday school 10:00.
Morning worship 11:00.
Evening worship 5:00.
thy loving kindness, 0 God, for
with thee is the fountain of life."
Among the citations which com
prise the lesson-sermon will be the
following from Deuteronomy 30:-19-20:
"I call the heaven and earth
to record this day against you, that
I have set before you life and death,
blessing and cursing; therefore
choose life, that both hou and
thy seed may live; That thou may-
est love the Lord thy God, and
that thou mayest obey his voice,
and that thou mayest cleave unto
him; for he is thy life, and the
length of thy days."
- ST. JOHN'S CHURCH
Waynesville, every Sunday 11. -00
Bryson City, every 1st Sunday
8:00 a. m.
Franklin, every 2nd and 6th
Sunday 8:00 a. m.
Cherokee, every 8rd, "Sunday 8:00
a. m. -
Murphy, every 4th Sunday 8:00
: Rev. G. M. Carver, Pastor.
Sunday school 10:00.
Morning worship 1 1 :00.
Epworth League 6:30.
Evening worship 7:30.
Prayer services each Tuesday
evening at church, and Thursday
evening in various homes at 7
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE LESSON
SERMON "Life" will be the subject of
the lesson-sermon on Sunday morn
ing, Jan. 18, in the assembly rooms
at Masonic Temple at 11 o'clock.
The Golden Text will be taken from
Psalms 36:7-9, "How excellent is
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE TO
Having qualified as administrator
of the estate of J. H. Rogers, de
ceased, 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 his of
fice in Waynesville, N. C, on or
before the 10th day of December,
1942, or this notice will be pleaded
in bar of their recovery. All per
sons indebted to said estate will
please make immediate payment
This Dec. 10, 1941.
T. L. GREEN,
Administrator of J. H. Rogers
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B. A. U. GROUP CALLED
Members of the B. A. U. of the
Hazelwood Baptist church will
meet at the home of Mrs. Spur-
geon Davis for a short business
meeting on Friday night, January
16th, at 7 o'clock. All members
are urged to attend.
STATEMENT OF CONDITION
Haywood Home Building & Loan Ass'n.
of Waynesville, N. O, as of December 31, 1941.
(Copy Of Sworn Statement Submitted To Insurance Commissioner As
Required By Law)
The Association Owns:
Cash on Hand and in Banks .. . ...... ; . . . . .$ 11,80424
State of North Carolina and U. S. Government
Bonds . . . . . 7,500.00
Mortgage Loans ... . ... . . . .............. . . . 396,944.08
Money loaned to shareholders for the purpose of
enabling them to own their homes. Each loan se
cured by first mortgage on local improved real
;. estate. ".."'"
Share Loans ... ... ... . . . .. 14,895.00
Advances made to our shareholders against their
shares. No loan exceeds 90 of amount actually
paid in. .
Accounts Receivable ., . ..... . . ... , . .. ... . , . 19,244.31
Office Furniture and Fixtures . , 349.00
Real Estate Owned .... . . . ... ..... .$2,450.00
Real. Estate Sold Under Contract. . . . 7,170.91 9,62J).91
Other Assets 82.23
The Association Owes:
'To Shareholders ,
Funds entrusted to our care in the form of
payment on shares as follows:
Installment Shares . ........ .$219,288.05
Full-Paid Shares .... .. ...... 200.100.00
Other Shares $419,388.05
Undivided Profits 27,032.91
Earnings held in trust for distribution to share
holders at maturity of their shares.
Reserve for Contingencies 14,018.81
To be used for the payment of any losses, if sus
tained. This reserve increases the safety and
strength of the Association.;
State Of North CarolinaCounty Of Haywood:
' L. N. Davis, Secretary-Treasurer of the above named
Association personally appeared before me this day, and be
ing duly sworn, says that the foregoing statement is true
to the best of his knowledge and belief.
" L. N. DAVIS,
Sworn to and subscribed before me, this 14th day of
ELSIE McCRACKEN, f
:'. Notary Public.
My commission expires July 5th, 1942.
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