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THURSDAY, MAY u
THE WAYNESVTLLE MOUNTAINEER
Following Men In
Service Around v
' the World
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"
Made By Draft Board
The local draft board has an
nounced the following classifies
tions of men made this week.
Placed in 3-A, the group with de
pendents who are not working on
defense jobs, were: John Pink
Compton, Hobert V. Pressley, Jo-
seph Dewey Russell, Ray Nichols,
William Pearlie, James Alvin Mes
ser, James Walter Underwood,
Elmer Ceylon Frederick, Lawrence
Dewey Whitner, Hobert Luther
Also Goler Green, Davis Mathis,
Sam Asbury Bradley, John Far
rington Morris, Francis Gilbert
Caldwell, William Albert Abel,
James Frank Bragg Wilson, Jarvis
Judson Hollifield, Walter Lauriston
Hardin, Jr., Homer Messer, and
Daniel bteven Cabe.
Placed in class 3-B, men who
have dependents and are doing
work connected with defense, were
William Alney Mehaffey, Oscar
Hedrick, and Raymond Fletcher
William T. Williams, was placed
in 2-A, the group with occupa
tional deferment. Malcolm Rus
sell Williamson was put in 4-D,
ministerial group. Samuel Lanier
btringlleld, Jr., was placed in
Larry Cagle Joins
The Naval Reserve
Draft Board Makes
The draft board made the fol
lowing1 reclassifications durine the
week: Clarence Jones Hyatt was
placed in class 1-A from 4-A,
Fred Howell Messer to class 1-C
from 1-A, William Lee Robinson
to class 1-C from class 1-A, Don
ald Alton Plemmons to class 2-A
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Larry Cagle has joined the naval
reserve for foreign service, and is
awaiting his call.
Cagle has been police court
judge of Clyde since 1939. He has
been employed at Champion Fibre
and Paper Company for eight
Mr. Cagle has been prominent in
political circles for some time. He
is past president of the Young
Democrats of Haywood, and is now
organizer for this district from
Buncombe to Cherokee county.
For sometime he has been a
member of the Clyde Masonic
Lodge, No. 463, and is a member
of the Scottish Rites of Asheville.
He is son of the late Mr. and
Mrs, D. M. Cagle.
Former Farm Agent
Spends Week-end Here
Lt. Wayne Corpening, former
county farm agent of Haywood,
who is now stationed at Fort
Bragg, spent the week-end here
Pvt. Albert Mull, of Fort Jack
son, visited his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Dewey Mull, during the week.
Tuesday -The Day of Conflict w
HIGHLIGHTS ON THE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON
By NEWMAN CAMPBELL
(The International Uniform
Lesson . on . the above topic for
May 17 Is Matthew 21:2323:39,
the Qolden Text being Mark 12:10,
"The stone which the builders re
jected, The same was made the
head of the corner.")
THE DAY of conflict, when
our Lord disputed with the scribes
and Pharisees, sternly telling
them where they erred, in their
ways of living and in their think
ing. He knew very well-that His
days on earth were now num
bered. His enemies would destroy
Him as the person, Jesus, the car
penter, but by so doing would ex
alt Him to the skies forever.
These elders of the church
gathered around Him as He was
in the temple, apparently on
friendly terms with Him, asking
Him questions, which they craftily
hoped would anger the people so
that they could arrest Him. Their
queries and His answers only went
to show how inferior they were to
Him in holiness and mentality.
At first they asked Him by
what authority He taught and
who gave Him this authority.
They really had a right to ask
this, as they were the rulers of
the temple. Jesus answered by
asking them a question: The bap
tism of John, whence was it ?
from heaven or of men ?
What could they say? If they
said ltnvaa from heaven, the nat
ural question rose, Why then did
they not believe in him? And if
they answered that it was of
earth, the people would rise and
overcome them, for to the people
John was the last of the great
prophets. They were stumped, as
we say, and admitted they had no
answer. Then, said Jesus, I will
not answer your question.
Parable of the Two Sons
Then the Lord told them a story
which involved another question:
A man, He said, had two sons.
He asked them to go to work in
the vineyard. The first said he
would not, but later was sorry
and went to work. The second
said "I go," but he did not. Which
did the will of his father? Natur
ally the one who worked. The les
son of that parable was that many
who thought themselves righteous
and kept the letter of the law, did
not do the will of the Heavenly
Father; but those that at first
seemed rebellious and rejected
the command, later repented, ac
cepted the Lord and the work as
signed them. The first were these
same elders of the church who re
jected the Master; the second
those who believed in Him.
The second parable concerned a
man who had a, vineyard which
he leased to husbandmen to work
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for him. When the fruit was ripe
ha sent his servants for it, but the
men beat and killed the servants;
others who were sent were also
killed, and finally the man sent
his sonsaying, "They will rever
ence my son," But they plotted to
kill him also and to take his in
heritance, the vineyard. The
Scribes and Pharisees saw Jesus
meant them by these wicked men,
and Himself as the son whom
they meant to kill (for well He
knew what they were plotting),
and were furious about it, but
could do nothing because the mul
titude took Him for a prophet.
Parable of Marriage Feast
We have,not room for the entire
story of the king who made a
feast for his son's marriage and
invited his friends, who proved
too busy to come. The second call
was given, but no one responded,
so the king sent his army and de
stroyed these false ones, and told
his men to bring all they could
find in the highways and byways,
good or bad. They did so, and the
wedding was furnished with
guests. One, however, had arro
gantly come to the feast without
putting on the gala clothes pro
vided, and him the king threw out
"into outer darkness" because he
was selfish and disloyal.
Then Jesus was asked if He
thought it was lawful to pay the
Roman taxes, which were humili
ating to the Jews. It was a legiti
mate question, but Jesus an
swered, "Shew Me the tribute
money," and when it was brought,
"Whose image is this, and super
scription?" They answered, "Cae
sar's." "Render therefore unto
Caesar the things that are Cae-1
sar's; and unto God the things
that are God's." This is one of the
most complete and most crushing
answers ever recorded. And prob
ably the next is His answer to the
lawyer who asked Him what was
the greatest commandment in the
law: "Thou shalt love the Lord
thy God with all thy mind," He
said, and further, the second is,
"Thou shalt love thy neighbor as,
Then in indignation and sorrow
Christ called these men hypocrites
who kept the letter of the law,
made long prayers, were called
Rabbi," etc., but neglected the
poor, misled their converts, wor
shiped only the gold of the tem
ple; paid their tithes but omitted
Judgment, mercy and faith. "Woe
unto you!" He cried, and then sor- j
rowfully, prophesying the ruini
that was to come in a generation:
because of their blindness and stu
pidity, "Behold, your house is left
unto you desolate. Ye shall not
see Me henceforth, till ye shall
say, Blessed is He that cometh in
the name of the law."
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Frank C. Boyd U. S.
Navy Visits Parents
Frank C. Royd, second carpen
ter, U. S. Navy, son of Mr. and
Mis. R. T. Boyd, left this week
after a visit with his parents at
their home on Jonathan Creek
Young Boyd has been stationed
on the U. S. S. Raleigh, and was
at Pearl Harbor on duty the event
ful niht in December when
the Japs made their attack. He left
here for San Francisco for un
announced destination. He has
visited numerous ports all over the
world during his four years in the
U. S. Navy.
P, P. C. Ralph Jenkins, of Fort
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Jackson, made a brief visit here
during the week with his wife.
Wayne B, McCracken, a member
or a bomber crew, spent the weelc
end with his narehts. Mr. and Mrs
Howell McCracken. This was his
first trip home since joining the
service as a mechanic.
McCracken is now stationed at
Sarasota, Fla. He has flown over
the eastern part of the nation, and
is a graduate of LaGuardia Field,
in New York.
Francis Garren, who volunteered
in the U. S. Army, left on Tues
day, May 6th,1 for induction as a
mechanic and parts man. Mr,
Garren is stationed at Camp Sut
ton, Monroe, N. C, and entered
the army as a private, first class
Pvt. Paul H. Reeves has return
ed to Fort Jackson after spending
a twelve-day furlough with his
parents at their home on Cove
Creek. Pvt. Reeves has been serv
ing in the army for six months.
He was inducted into the army at
Fort Bragg and then transferred
to Fort Jackson for his initial
Pvt. Loyd Price, who is station
ed at Fort Eustis, Va., spent Sun
day with Mrs. Price at her home
on Cove Creek.
Sergeant James E. Robinson, of
Fort Jackson, spent last week here
with his family.
Private G rover Robinson, of
Fort Jackson, spent the week-end
here with relatives. .
Sergeant Ray Moody, of Fort
Bragg, is here with his parents on
a 10-day furlough.
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE LESSON
SERMON Assembly Rooms, Second Floor
Sunday school 9:45 o'clock.
Lesson-sermon 11:00 o'clock.
Readinc room open Wednesday
afternoon 2 to 4 o'clock.
"Mortals and Immortals wm ue
th Bubieet of the lesson-sermon
next Sunday. The Golden Text
will be taken from Romans 8:15,
"They that are after the flesh do
mind the things of the" flesh; but
they that are after the Spirit the
things of the Spirit." Among the
citations will be the following from
the Bible: "Blessed, is the man
whom thou choosest, and causest
to aFProach unto thee, that he may
dwell in thy courts; we shall be
satisfied with the goodness of thy
house, even of thy holy temple."
Fines Creek News
Mrs. D. N. Rathbone
Lee Green and Billy McCrary,
nf Fin Creek, had a narrow
escape last week, when the steer
ing gear of their car Drone, sen
ing the car crashing into a tele
phone pole in High Point. The two
were enroute home from Newport
News, where they are woriang.
firpen was cut about the face,
and had to undergo treatment in
an Asheville hospital.
The accident occurred during
the early morning hours, and Mc-
Crary was asleep on the bacK seat
at the time. He suffered from
shock, and a strained back.
The two continued their trip
home via taxi.
The car was completely demol
ished. Green is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. V B. Green and McCrarv is
the son of Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Mc-
WA YNESVILLE M ETHODIST
Church school. Mr. Homer Henry
superintendent, opens at 9:45.
"A Spiritual House Cleaning"
will be the pastor's subject for the
mornino' messace. Tn the evening
he will speak on the subject, "The
Life No One Missed."
The Methodist Youth Fellow
ship meets at 7:00 in the evening.
LONG'S CHAPEL METHODIST
Pastor, Miles A. McLean.
Sunday school at 1U.00 with
classes for all ages.
Church service at 11:00 with the
pastor taking as his topic, "How
the Church Helps Us to Pray," and
text taken from Matt. 21:1.3, "My
house shall be called a house of
prayer." There will be an anthem
by the choir.
Youth Fellowship at 7:30.
At 8:00 Sunday night there will
be a service for the purpose of
studying the book, "The Methodist
Thursday night choir practice.
Friday night young people re
GRACE EPISCOPAL CHURCH
Rev. Raymond E. MacBlain, Rector.
Sunday, May 17, 9:45 church
school. , ;
11:00 a. m. morning prayer and
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
H. G. Hammett, Pastor,
The sermon topic for Sunday
morning worship at 11:00 o'clock,
is, "Need of a Spiritual Clean-Up.''
This theme will be followed, in
harmony with all the pastors, be
cause of the vital need for moral
reformation in our community.
"A Courageous Declaration," is
the subject for the evening wor
ship at 8:00 o'clock. The senior
and junior choirs will participate.
A gospel song service will fea
ture this service.
The Bible school, Earle Messer,
superintendent, will meet at 9:45
a. m. The Training Union, with
Roy Blackwell, director and Kate
Phillips, associate director, will
meet at 7:00 p. m.
THE HAZELWOOD BAPTIST
Rev. Frank Leatherwood, Pastor.
Sunday school 10:00, Frank
Underwood, superintendent. Gen
eral lesson title: "The Day of Con
flict." Golden Text, "The stone
which the builders rejected is be
come the bed of the corner." Sin
ner why reject Christ any longer?
You will never build a sure and
successful life except it be built
This writing finds almost every
farmer throuch planting his corn
and they are now busy preparing
their snap bean patches. 3lany
of the Fines Creek farmers have
agreed to grow beans for the can
on the foundation of Christ.
Morning worship 11 o'clock.
Sermon subject: "A Spiritual Clean
Evening worship sermon subject;
"The Man Who Betrayed Him
self." Training Union 7 o'clock.
Prayer services Wednesday at
Rev. Malcolm R. Williamson, Pas
tor. Sunday school at 10:00 o'clock.
Morning worship 11:00 o'clock.
Sermon subject: "THE INSIDE
OF THE CUP."
Young people's meeting at 7:00
Mid-week prayer service Wed
nesday evening at 8:00 o'clock.
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 5th Sunday
(CWT) 7 a. m.
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. "e"QS nere will rttm-
of the passing of Mls A
mother nf w n "-Ki
Mrs. Smith died ath J
OrlanHn Pl kJ
spent last summer in w1
and remained until earl
fore returning to v..
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nerv. . Aa it-t.i
, " " au" our Fii,
farmers are ever r...
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frepHom 0 PrW
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will make their appeal
"ignt. i tie event will k. - 1
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'"veu Sunday to v
MZeb Clark, wha has
Newport eWS for
spent last week-und with
cr, iirs. candis Clark.
iis. nancy Smith i, v.
ill of U
... uV ..el lining on f ines Ci
"Aunt Dallie Walt..
emus oia iaay, is nearin. k.
birthday. She was vL
until two years airo wh ,J
"" pneumonia k.
visits from her fiimk
the mother of Grady Wa!
prominent .larmer of this
Miss Lorena Mcfra
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wcciv-ciiu wun n paren
and Mrs. C. B. McCrarv v
Crery attends Riant n
College m Asheville,
Lee Green, son of Mm
V. B. Green, is recoverinJ
. . .
an operation in an Ashev
pital from face injuries
in an automobile accident,
Little Miss Jackie Sue PJ
of Newport Newsy has bet J
mg her cousin, Mary Jui
Crary, and her grandparec
and Mrs. W. B. Noland. Herl
er, Mrs. Jack Redmond,
this week for an extended
with her parents, Mr. ai
"if With mea in the Army, Nut, M
riaei, sod the Coast Guard, the (tw
ite cigarette is Camel. (Based ooicwl
sales records in Post ExchiogeiSila
Commissaries, Ship s Semce nam,
Ship's Stores, snd Canteens.)
SPECIAL SMICE GW0N
-REAOr JO AM II
THE QGARETTE OF COSTLIER TOE,
TODAY IT'S PEE GEE PAINT
More painting's going on today than ever before and . . , a shabby house
A. 1 ! . . .
out iiKe a sore thumb.
f" i i iviut, iuuk uuMr is sweeping the country v ' r
people are "sprucing up" with paint. After all, paint makes a house look like ne
WHY NOT PAINT YOURS NOW! With prices still low, it's the SMARi
THRIFTY thing to do.
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