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THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
Following Men In
This column is devoted to news of
men serving their country. Such
news is solicited from parents and
friends of these men. When writing,
be sure to sign your name.
"Remember Pearl Harbor"
Pvt. and Mrs. Shackf ord
Visit Relatives Here
Private Atkins Shackford, of
Fort Jackson and Mrs. Shackford,
of Raleigh, spent the week-end
here with the former's uncle and
aunt, Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Atkins.
Private Shackford prior to his
enlistment in service was a teach
er at State College in Raleigh.
Made by Board This Week
Only three reclassifications
were made by the local draft board
this week. They are as
follows: Zeno Morrow,; from 1-B
to class 1-A; Homer Hunter Hen
ry, from 1-A to 1-C; Clifford
Brown, from 1-A to class 3-A.
Home for Five Days
But Recalled to Duty
Sergeant Thad Chafin, of Fort
Jackson, arrived last Thursday to
spend a five-day furlough here
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Thad Chafin, at their home on the
Fairview road, but was called back
to camp the following day.
Leaves For Camp After
A Ten Days Furlough
Private Sherman I. London has
returned to Camp Bowie, Texas,
after spending ten days with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Lon
don, at their home on Hyatt Creek.
Bill Ray Makes Brief
Visit Here During Week
Corporal Bill Ray, who is now
stationed at Camp Stewart, South
of Savannah, Ga., spent a couple
of days with his family during the
week. Corporal Ray is attached
to the Supply Battery of the Anti
Aircraf t section of the Coast Artillery.
Lt. Hal Marley En Route
To Maxwell Field, Ala.
Mrs. F. H. Marley joined her
son, Lt. Hal Marley, at the home
of relatives in Charlotte over the
week-end for a brief visit. Lt.
Marley was en route from Camp
Croft, where he had been in train
ing to Maxwell Field, Ala.
Pvt. Cecil B. Yount
Arrives Safely in Hawaii
Private Cecil B- Yount, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Oliver A. Yount, who
recently sailed from San Francisco
with Co. "F" 105th Infantry has
landed safely and is stationed at
Hawaiian Islands. He reports he
is well and in fine health and
sends greetings to his friend in
and around Waynesville and West
Sunday -The Day of Acclaim
HIGHLIGHTS ON THE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON
By NEWMAN CAMPBELL
(The International Uniform
Lesson on the above topic for
May 3 is Mark 11:1-11; Luke
19:41-44, the Golden Text being
Mark -11:9, "Blessed is he that
cometh in the name, of the Lord.")
Private R. Porter Frady, son of
James D. Frady, is now stationed
at Camp Bowie, Texas.
Private Frady entered service
early in January and was first sta
tioned at Fort Bragg. From there
he was transferred to Fort Knox,
Kentucky, when finishing his
Registration books for Primary or General Elec
tion will be open at several Voting' places in the various
precincts in Haywood County on May 2, 1942; May
9, 1942; and May 16, 1942. Challenge Day will be the
following Saturday, May 23, 1942, and Primary Elec
tion will be held May 30, 1942.
Hours on above dates when the Registration
Books will be open are from 9 o'clock a. m. until
GUDGER BRYSON, Chmn.,
Haywood County Board of Elections
THERE IS something especial
ly delightful to us who follow
Christ's life on earth, about Hts
triumphant entry Into Jerusalem.
It is as if a dear earthly friend,
who has had a hard struggle, fi
nally has a wonderful happiness
and triumph; is acclaimed by all
for his superior qualities and
achievements. Even though he
may suffer later, we share with
him the joy of this day.
It is not a day of unmitigated
Joy for our Lord. Before the jour
ney is ended He weeps over Jeru
salem. But it is a happy day, nev
ertheless, for at the end, we are
told. He went back to Bethany,
and, to the home of His dear
friends, Martha, Mary and Laza
rus. It is told that when Christ and
His disciples neared Jerusalem,
near also to Bethany and Beth
phage, He called two of His dis
ciples and told them to go to the
next village, where they would
find a young colt tied that had
never been ridden by a human be
ing. The colt was an ass, a state
lier, livelier, swifter animal than
ours, and one on which kings and
The Lord's Need Enough
They were to untie this colt and
bring him to Jesus. If anyone
asked them why they were taking
him, they would answer, "The
Lord hath need of him," and no
one would interfere. The two did
as they were asked, found the
colt tethered to his master's
house, and brought him to Jesus.
Some did ask why they loosed him,
but when they gave Jesus' answer,
they were allowed to take him.
When the disciples brought the
animal to Jesus, they put their
garments on him and Jesus
mounted. Others spread their out
er wraps in front of Him and still
others cut down palm branches
and strewed them In His path,,
and av great procession started
toward Jerusalem, the people
shouting with Joy and singing,
Hosanna; blessed is He that
cometh In the name of the Lord:
messed be the kingdom of our fa
ther David, .that cometh In the
Distributed by Kin Feature SrndicaU. Too.
name of the Lord: Hosanna in the
Thus triumphantly Jesus en
tered into Jerusalem a few short
days before the time He was to
suffer arrest and humiliations,
scourgings, etc., and a terrible
death, deserted by His friends.
Entering the temple at Jerusalem
He looked about, and then, as
even time had come, '"He went out
to Bethany with the twelve."
St. Luke tells of the one inci
dent in the Saviour's progress that
is not a happy one. As they de
scended the Mount of Olives to
ward the city, St, Luke says:
"He beheld the city, a ad wept
over it, saying. If thou hadst
known, even thou, at least in this
thy day, the things which belong
unto thy peace! but now they are
hid from thine eyes.
"For the days shall come upon
thee, that thine enemies shall cast
a trench about thee, and compass
thee round, and keep thee in on
"And shall lay thee even with '
the ground, and thy children with
in thee; and they shall not leave
in thee one stone upon another;
because thou knewest not the time
of thy visitation,"
Forty years later the prophecy
was fulfilled, under Titus, the
Roman general. The city was de
stroyed, made an utter ruin, one
stone not being left upon another.
The inhabitants were all slain.
Seeing this would come, the Mas
Nevertheless He and His disci
ples, surrounded by a happy,
shouting multitude, entered the
city, and went to the temple,
where Jesus looked about Him,
and as it grew late, He and His
friends went to Bethany where
they were sure of a welcome.
This was on Sunday Palm
Sunday we call it and the Thurs
day following Jesus spent in the
Garden of Gethsemane, in great
f grief and anguish of spirit, and
Friday He was crucified. The pow
ers of evil had their way for a lit
tle time, but Right triumphed in
the end. The Romans and rulers
of the temple thought they had
put out of the world a dangerous
person, one whom they feared and
hence hated. But where are they
today? Who knows their names
and where they lie T While all the
Christian world worships and
bows down before the Savior,
training there, he was one among
fifteen boys who were selected for
the officers training school.
He has recently been transferred
to the personel department 760th
Tank Battalion at Camp Bowie.
Bmj ' '
Secretary Morge.nth.au. says: "It's a hundred times cheaper to
win the war than loss."
It is your patriotic duty to allot a portion of each wage
check for the purchase of Defense Bonds. The regular pur
chase of Defense Bonds will help avoid inflation.
It will start you saving regularly, and youll soon be
During the let-down after the war, youll have money
to meet the necessities of life.
Remember, Bonds will increase in value and not one cent
profit is made by your banker for handling these Bonds for
Let s all be full fledged Americans and buy Defense Bonds
The Friendly Bank
First National Bank
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
(5,000 Maximum Insurance For Each Depositor)
'Organized 1902 ' ,
Sergeant Guy Arrington, of Fort
Jackson, spent a seven-day fur
lough with his family at Saunook
last week, returning to camp on
Corporal John R. Arrington, of
Fort Jackson, spent the week-end
with his mother, Mrs. Claude Hill,
Pvt. Fred Crawford Is
Transferred to Savannah
Private Fred Crawford has been
transferred from ' Jefferson Bar
racks, Mo., to Savannah, air base.
Private Crawford is in the Army
Famous Words of Famous Peo
ple: We must all hang together,
or assured we shall all hang sep
NOTICE OF SALE
On Monday, May 25th, 1942, at
eleven o'clock a. m. at the Court
house door in the Town of Waynes
ville, N. C., I will offer for sale
at public outcry . to the highest
bidder for cash the following lands
and premises situate in Waynes
ville Township, Haywood County,
N. C., to-wit:
BEGINNING at a stake at the
Northeast or back corner of the
J. C. Patrick lot on the West side
of Norris or Vance Street and runs
N. 69 W. 197 feet to a stake;
thence N. 33 E. 60 feet to a stake;
thence S. 69" E. 200 feet to a
stake in margin of said street;
thence with street, S. 33 W. 50
feet to the BEGINNING, and be-
Sg lot No. 4 of the T. C. Norris
operty, subdivided February,
1924, by J. W. Seaver, C. E., plat
of which appears of record in Map
Book "C," Index "N," page 1, in
the office of the Register of Deeds
of Haywood County.
Being the same property describ
ed in a deed from Jerry Liner et ux.
of even 'date herewith to Arthur
This deed of trust is given subject
to prior deed of trust to Haywood
Home Building & Loan Association
from the parties of the first part
of even date herewith.
Sale made pursuant to power
and authority vested in me by that
certain deed of trust dated May
8th, 1939 executed by Arthur
Sheehan and wife, Jessie Sheehan,
to the undersigned as Trustee for
Jerry Liner, and recorded in Book
of Deeds of Trust No. 89, page 204,
Haywood County Registry, to
which instrument and record ref
erence is hereby made for all the
terms and conditions thereof.
This April 22nd, 1942.
A, T. WARD,
No. 1180 April 30-May 7-14-21
NORTH CAROLINA, I
HAYWOOD COUNTY I
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT
VS. 1 . - V.
VELMA CRAFT WAGENFELD.
The defendant, Velma Craft
Wagenfeld, will take notice that
an action entitled as above has been
commenced in the Superior Court
of Haywood County, North Caro
Una, for the purpose of securing
for the plaintiff an absolute
divorce from the defendant on the
grounds of two years separation;
and the said defendant will further
take notice that Bhe is required
to appear before the Clerk of the
Superior Court of said county with
in thirty (30) days after the 18th
day of May, 1942, and answer or
demur to the complaint filed in
said action, or the plaintiff will
apply to the Court for the relief
demand in said complaint.
This the 16th day of April, 1942.
Asst. Clerk Superior Court.
No. 1175 April 23-30-May 7-14
LONG'S CHAPEL METHODIST
Pastor, Miles A. McLean.
Sunday school at 10:00.
Morning worship at 11:00 with
tho nastnr takin? as his topic,
"The Question of the Ages," and
the text from Matt. 27:22: "What
shall I do then with Jesus which
is called Christ?" There will be
an anthem by the choir.
Youth Fellowship will meet at
7:00 p. m.
The quarterly conference of this
church will be at 7:30 Sunday
evenine- with Dr. W. L. Hutchins,
district superintendent in charge.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
H. G. Hammett, Pastor.
"The Prince of Peace" is the
topic for general study in the
Bible school Sunday morning at
9:45 o'clock. It is realized that
there can be no permanent peace
in this world until Christ be
comes the King of the world and
the ruler of the hearts of men.
The sermon subject for Sunday
morning worship at 11:00 o'clock
is, "Paul's Diploma." This is
Student Dedication Service.
The Training Union will meet at
7 o'clock for preparation and
study for greater service.
At 8:00 p. m. we will join with
the community at the high school
auditorium for worship. At tnis
time. Rev. M. R. Williamson, pas
tor of the Presbyterian church,
will preach the sermon.
uates in worship in the high school
Church school opens at 9:45. The
Methodist Youth Fellowship meets
at 7:00 o'clock in the evening.
GRACE EPISCOPAL CHURCH
Rev. Raymond E. MacBlain, Rector.
Sunday, May 3, 9:45 church
11:00 a. m. Holy Communion and
Tuesday and Wednesday, May
5 and 6, annual Diocesan conven
tion at Biltmore.
Rev. Frank Leatherwood Pastor.
Sunday school at 10 a. m. Frank
Underwood superintendent. Gen
eral lesson title, "Sunday the Day
of Acclaim." Golden Text, "Bless
ed is he that cometh in the name
of the Lord." If only the world
would utter these words with deep
Morning worship 11 o'clock, ser-
Rev. Joe Daniel t.
KPV Trt T . . .
f ocmng, y. -i
bers will be ind M
vices. The publi, i.M
vrted to attend both
mon subient ti.: v(i4
ow." 'e aH
Training Union 7o..
. unices irj
evening 7 :3n ""l
- " "WS.
We are u-ni-k;.... , .
for A r:"
hours for To "l'U t
slow th; z:rh v,ctMr
Rev. Malcolm R. Williamson, Pas
Sunday school at 10:00 o'clock.
Morning worship 11:15 o'clock.
Sermon subject: "ON TO PER
Young people's meeting at 7:00
At 8:00 o'clock tne commence
ment sermon will be preached by
Mr. Williamson in the high school
auditorium on the subject : "Get
ting Our Wings."
Mid-week prayer service on
Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock.
NOTICE OF SALE
Under and by virtue of the
power of sale contained in a cer
tain deed of trust, executed by
William P. Dodds and wife, Jennie
C. Dodds, to William Medf ord, trus
tee for the First National Bank of
Waynesville, North Carolina, dated
the 18th day of March, 1941, re
corded in Deeds of Trust Book No
48, page 7, Offices of the Register
of Deeds for Haywood County,
North Carolina, . the undersigned
will offer for sale at public auc
tion to the highest bidder for cash
the following described real proper
ty, on the 18th day of May, 1942,
at 12 o'clock Noon at the Court
house Door in Waynesville, Hay
wood County, North Carolina;
BEGINNING at a stake on the
Southeast Margin of Welch Street
100.4 feet Southeasterly from the
Southwest intersection of Haywood
and Welch Streets, and runs thence
S. 24 Or E. 113.2 feet to a stake;
thence S. 65 59' W. 60 feet to a
stake; thence with the line between
lots 6 and 7 N. 24 01' W. 1135 to
said Welch Street; thence with
the Southeast margin of Welch
Street N. 65 59' E. 50 feet to the
BEGINNING, being lots 6 and 6
in Block "A" of the C. A. George
property in Waynesville, and being
the same lots conveyed, by C. A.
George to R. G. Rathbone by deed
dated June 8th, 1926, and recorded
in Deed Book 74, page 8, to which
reference is hereby made.
Being also the same property
conveyed by Moses Osborne and
wife, Lizzie Osborne to William
P. Dodds and wife, Jennie C.
Dodds, recorded in Deed Book- ,
page , Office of the Register of
Deeds of Haywood County, North
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE LESSON-
"Everlasting Punishment" will
be the subject of the lesson-sermon
at the 11 o'clock assembly on Sun
day morning in the Masonic Tem
ple. The Golden Text will be taken
from Psalms 9:16: "The Lord is
known by the judgment which he
executeth; the wicked is shared in
the work of his own hands."
Among the citations which com
prise the lesson-sermon will be the
following from the Bible: "Now,
therefore, harken, O Israel, unto
the statutes and unto the judg
ments, which I teach you, for to
do them, that ye may live, and go
in and possess the land which the
Lord God of your fathers giveth
you." (Deut. 4:1).
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH OF
"Trio Tq TTriri rf rnmnrnmiaa"
will be the subject of the pastor's
B A 1 '
message ior tne morning service.
Tn ' Vio nvaninn 4-Via . n a fiin
v, t viitiig bi4c vvusjicgawvu
will join with the high school grad-
ST. JOHN'S CATHOLIC CHURCH
Waynesville, every Sunday 11
a. m. .-'
Bryson City, every 1st Sunday
8 a. m.
Franklin, every 2nd and 4th
Sunday 8 a. m.
Cherokee, every 3rd Sunday 8
Murphy, every 6th Sunday
(CWT) 7 a. m.
In Regard To
TO BE USED ONLY BY MEN'
IN ARMED FORCES
. X T . .1 . 1... .. 1. I'll .
1. io one is biuiubu vj uie uy auseuwe oauot in a prinj
who is not a memoer or tne armed forces of the Ui
. States. ; .
2. The application for the ballot must be in writing, signed
the voter or in his name, by his wife, brother, sister, pai
or child. ,
3. The application must state the precinct in which the a;
cant is a qualified voter and must show the companj
other armed unit 01 wmcn ne is a member.
4. The written application must be filed with the Chain
of the County Board of Elections and must be kept
presented by such Chairman.
5. Upon receiving an application, the Chairman must d
on a register kept for that purpose, the name, party ti
ation and precinct of the applicant. Such register
public record, open at all times for inspection by
voter of the County.
6. After registering the application, the Chairman shall
to the applicant, after having signed the certificate mi
back of the ballot, an official ballot of the applicant's w
NOTE: This ballot cannot be delivered to any pel
whomsoever, as agent for the voter but
be mailed by the Chairman to the voter bimi
7. The chairman must send with the ballot an envelope for
return of the ballot, addressed to the Chairman sendinf
and having printed thereon the certificate set out 11
8. The Chairman, on the day of the primary, and not befi
must deliver, or cause to be delivered, to the appropriate
cinct, all ballots, with envelopes unopened and the seals
broken, which have been returned to him.
The above 8 rules and regulations have been sent to
by the State Board of Elections and will be strictly adhered
in all and every instance.
GUDGER BRYSON, Chmn.
Haywood County Board of Elections
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Opposite First National Bank
This the 18th day of April, 1942.
No. 1177 April 23-30-May 7-14
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