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THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
r. pAaaI To
bie i j a 4.
U Monday At
, Vacation Bible school
Ji Monday morning at
W'Ld Baptist church, and
BaelTtwo weeks, according
Kev. Frank Leather-
1 i:4one hundred children
ted to be enrolled.
,?S Knight will be general
l2 and the following teach
"Ttain charge: Beginners
JlS Woodard, Mrs. David
, n?Mis Elaine Queen.
Si. Edith Queen, Mrs.
'nTon and Mrs. Oscar
thtC j, Miss Nina Holt,
luJro. Mrs. C. A. Scruggs,
Trs B. M. Waddell
Mediate, Edwin Leather-
aver Band Closes
,e praver Band composed of
'hers from Canton and Way
A has completed an eight
revival service at Bald Creek,
the Crabtree section of the
lBty, with 20 confessions of
She next meeting to be held by
eroup will be at the Crabtree
,tist church. There is no preach
r l o Knt mprelv the nray-
n onH no collections are
en at the meetings.
liracohra maker warns of need
pound crews lor pianes.
food producers are matching
Ivy industry m war output.
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FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
H. G. Hammett, Pastor.
"Exceeding the Speed Limit in
God's Kingdom," is the pastor's
subject for the morning worship
at 11:00 o'clock. The evening
worship at 8:00 o'clock will be a
program called, ''Pictures From
the Training Union." This proprsm
will consist of pageants and play
lets portraying the inner life of
spiritual training. At this time
over 100 will receive awards for
the completion of the recent course
The Bible School, Earl Messer.
superintendent and J. C. Patrick,
associate superintendent, will meet
at 9:45 a. m. The Training Union
led by Roy Blackwell, director and
Kate Phillips associate director,
meets at 7:00 p. m.
Church school under the direc
tion of Mr. Homer Henry, super
intendent, opens at 9:45. The
Methodist Youth Fellowship holds
its Sunday evening meeting at
At the morning hour the pastor
will speak on the subject, "If the
Invited Guests Refuse." In the
evening he will use as his subject,
"What Is Right With the World."
A fellowship dinner open to all
members of the church and congre
gation will be held Wednesday
evening, June 10, at 6:30.
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE LESSON-
Assembly rooms, second floor,
Sunday school 9:45 o'clock.
Lesson-sermon 11:00 o'clock.
Reading room open Wednesday
afternoons 2 to 4 o clock.
"God the only cause and crea
tor," will be the subject of the
lesson-sermon on next Sunday.
The Golden Text will be taken
from Acts 4:24: "Lord thou art
God, which hast made Heaven and
earth, and the sea and all that
in them is."
Among the citations will be the
following from the Bible: "O, Lord,
how manifold are Thy works, in
which Thou has made them all;
the earth is full of Thy riches
Thou sendest forth Thy spirit,
they are created and Thou renew
est the face of the earth. The
glory of the Lord shall endure for
ever. The Lord shall rejoice in
His work." Psalms 104:24, 80, 31.
LONG'S CHAPEL METHODIST
Pastor, Miles A. McLean.
Sunday school at 10:00 with R.
H. Terrell, superintendent.
Church service at 11;00 with the
pastor taking as his topic, "Fair
Weather Christians." There will
Friday: The Day of Suffering
HIGHLIGHTS OK THE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON
By NEWMAN CAMPBELL
(The International Uniform
Uaaon on the above topic for
June 7 U Luke 23:33-46; Mark
19:33, 34 (compare John 19:25
0), the Golden Text being Isaiah
K;5, "He was wounded for our
jruugresslons, He was bruised for
fir Iniquities; the chastisement of
Jur peace was upon Him; and
ritli His stripes we are healed.")
ITHE PLACE where our Lord
f" crucified was called Golgotha,
ft the place of a skull. Some think
Jt wu so called because the mound
It that place Is shaped somewhat
a tkull; others think it was
n that name because it waa
m oed bodies were thrown. ,
Jews was nailed to the cross
Vl On mrh atria Vim
Km? a thief a common criminal.
" was prooaoiy not only a
h!f V . jl
r - uiurucrcr, inis ww
- Humiliation or une wno
W done nothing but good in the
wt time He was upon the earth.
m punishment was probably
y mose wno feared Him,
M to show their contempt for
-- ...i who naa aarea to ten
wem thev wm imM4(i
Of the rohhor AartAaA Ulm
ying. "If Thou be Christ, save
ijysetf and us." But the other
ea mm, saying. "Dost not thou
seeing thou art in the
"v'"b mou an
"-"'condemnation? And we ln-
- justly; for we receive the
w reward of our deeds: but this
'hath done nothing amiss.
And he said unto Jpsii lrA
"iber me when thou comest
DT,d Jesus said unto him. Ver-
J say unto thee, Today shalt
iUK' be With m I- j:!- .,
Never Too La
even & Ufe 6f wickedness, you
hoiiv1l.nlan couM not have been
mV bad. H .....
KfttA V; umv jib uc
. and was forgiven.
reidine T' e command.
Jhu" the King, of the
letted tc iii . . na Pr-
Wit .r"at- but he refused to
3V 'and Sneerin t Him,
Him. ,i!ave1 othera; let Him
0m intJ' Sarmenta. divided
for them. During the hours when
Christ hung on the cross He
spoke seven times. When the sol
diers were nailing Him to uie
cross, He said, "Father, forgive
them, for they know not what
thaw An These words are typical
of His teaching on earth, forgive
your enemies, do gooa w uiose
that despitefully use you.
Tv. afnnt wan what He said to
the repentant thief. The third was J
to His mother, Mary, who knelt
at the foot Cf the cross, and to .
His most loved discipie. io m
mother, He said, "Woman, nenoiu
thy son" ; and to the disciple,
John. "Behold thy mother." "From
that hour," John tells us, "that
disciple took her unto his own
home." i .
The fourth saying of Our Lord
was apparently a cry of anguish,
"My God. My God. why hast Thou
forsaken me?" Did He Indeed feel
that His Father had forsaken
Him? I think not. only the man
Jesus suffered as a man and cried
out as a man would. .
At the sixth hour the sky had
darkened and some of the ac
counts say there was a great
earthquake, which frightened the
. -v.,,, Tk. vii of the temple.
...hih nnrnted the Holy or
Holies from the rest of the tem
ple, was "rent in twain from th-
"After this, Jesus knowing that (
all things were now accompnsneu.
that the scripture might be ful
filled, saith,. I thirst."
There was a vessel of vinegar
or sour wine near by, probably put
there for the soldiers who guarded
Him to quench their thirst. One
of them took a sponge on a long
branch and held it to His mouth.
John says that Jesus received it.
others that He refused it. And He
said. "It is finished," which is His
sixth saying, and then. "Father
into Thy hands I commend My
spirit." . . ,
At the ninth hour, when Jesus
had given up the ghost, the cen
turion who stood near the cross
said "Truly this man was the Son
of God" It would be Interesting
to know what Impression this
scene had on this soldier's after
life. Did he, Kke the thief, repent
of his sins and did he Join the
band of Christ's followers? We do
not know, of course.
So ends the life of the Christ
Man, Jesus, on earth. Only to His
disciples and close friends did He
appear again after the resurrec
tion, and then He was with them
only for a short time. We suffer
when we think of this time, but by
His death He brought life to the
J Pleasant Reading
Sergeant Eugene Damron, of Blue
field. W. Va an American soldier
stationed at our base in Guatemala,
under the command of Lieut. Gen.
Frank M. Andrews, is shown read
ing letter from girl he left behind.
Funeral services were conducted
on Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock
at the Riverside Baptist church in
Sunburst for William Harrison
Inman, 80, who died at his home
in the Ninevah section of the com
munity at 7:30 o'clock Friday
The Rev. Thomas Erwin officiat
ed. Burial was in the Inman cem
etery in the Little East Fork sec
tion of the county.
Mr. Inman was a retired farmer
and had spent his entire life in
- Surviving are his widow, Mrs.
Elizabeth Inman, four daughters.
I Mrs. Jack Guy, Mrs. Rosa Rogers,
Mrs. Jean Goodson, and Mrs. Al-
thea Davis, all of Canton, route 2;
two sons, Richard Inman, of Way
nesville, and Baxter Inman, of
ine jviassie f uneral Home was
m charge of the funeral arrange'
be an anthem by the choir.
Youth Fellowship at 7:30 p. m.
Youth recreation every Tuesday
at 7:30 p. m.
Choir practice at 8:00 p. m.
Rev. Malcolm R. Williamson, Pas
Sundav school at 10:00 o'clock.
Morning worship 11:00 o'clock.
Sermon subject: "MAKING
OUR LIVES ANEW."
Young people's meeting at 7:00
Mid-week Draver service Wed
nesday evening at 8 o'clock,
GRACE EPISCOPAL CHURCH
Rev. Raymond E. MacBlain, Rector.
Sunday, June 7, 9:45 church
11 a. m. Holy Communion and
Tuesday, June 9, 3:30 p. m. Wo
AUXILIARY TO MEET
The Young Women's Auxilary
of the Harelwood Baptist church
will meet Thursday evening at 8
o'clock at the home of Mrs. Hessie
THE H AZELWOOD BAPTIST
p PranV Tatherwood. Pastor
fi1inlav .infll 10:00 am.. Frank
Underwood, superintendent. Oen
m1 loitunn title. "The Day . of
Suffering." Golden Text, "He was
wounded for our transgressions, ne
was bruised for our iniquities--th
fhoHtiKpTMPnt f our neace was upon
him; and with his stripes we were
healed." We do not snow mucn
rrtituHfl for what Christ did for
us, we are too complacent about
our social surroundings, l oo many
evil places are allowed to operate.
MnrnW service 11 O'clock. Mf-
mon subject, "The Blessed and
Fvenine service 8 o'clock. "The
Training Union 7 o'clock.
Praver services Wednesday
evening 7:30 o'clock.
H AZELWOOD PRESBYTERIAN
S. R. Crockett, Minister.
Sunday school 10:00 a. m.
T.awrpnce Davis, superintendent,
11 o'clock, ser
mon subject, "Unfurl Your Flag."
Young people's meeting 7:10.
Evening service 8 o'clock.
ST. JOHN'S CATHOLIC CHURCH
Waynesville, every Sunday 11
Bryson City, every 1st bunaay
8 a. m.
Franklin, every 2nd and 4tn
Sunday 8 a. m.
Cherokee, every 3rd Sunday 8
Murphy, every 6th Sunday
(CWT) 7 a. m.
CARD OF THANKS
This i? to acknowledge our deep
appreciation to our neighbors and
our friends who expressed their
friendship and affection for our
beloved mother and grandmother,
the late Mrs. Pinkney E. Hyatt, in
deeds of thoughtfulness that will
Mnger always in our . "mory.
Her Children and G- Jchildren
CHARLES ALBERT JAMES
Charles Albert James, six-year
old son of Mr. and Mrs. ORell
James, of the Beaverdam section,
died Monday morning at 4 o'clock
at the Haywood County Hospital,
where he had been taken for treat
Funeral services were held at
the Rocky Ford Baptist church on
Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock,
with the pastor officiating. Burial
was in Greenhill cemetery.
Surviving are the parents, two
brothers, Eugene and Odell James,
Jr., and one sister, Dorothy James,
all of Beaverdam section.
LOU JENIA SMATHERS
Funeral services were held on
Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock
at the Morning Star Methodist
church near Canton for Lou Jenia
Smathers, three-year-old daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Willis
Smathers, of the Dutch Cove, who
died at the home of her parents
at 11:40 p. m. Monday.
The Rev. Bumgarner, pastor of
the church, officiated. Burial was
in the church cemetery,
Surviving are the parents, two
brothers, Willie Roe and Lawrence;
two sisters, Ruby Lee and Juanita,
all of the Dutch Cove section of
This is one time when America
really is shifting for itself three
snifts a day in the war effort.
Miss Ruth Suirmerrow
Entertains A Group
Miss Ruth Summerrow enter
tained a group of friends at ber
home on Wednesday evening.
Games and music featured, the af
The house was attractively ar
ranged with spring flowers. Miss
Summerrow was assisted in serv
ing by her mother, Mrs. G. C Sum
merrow. Those present were: Miss Wilms
Hoyle, Miss Willie Mae Cope, Miss
Mildred Boineau, Miss Ahnaree
Robinson, Miss Margaret Blalock,
Miss Edith Summerrow, Miss Ida
Mehaffey, Miss Doris Blalock, Miss
Edna Summerrow, Mrs. Hessie
Gaddy, Mrs. Ralph Summerrow,
Mrs. Rufus Gaddis, Mrs. Harold
Dempsey, of Harlan, Ky., Misses
Mattie K, and Eamestine Clark, of
Arlington, Va., Mrs. Joe Young,
and her guest, Mrs. Wilfred Reece,
of Travelers Rest, S. C.
by the absence from town of Rev.
H. G. Hammett, president of the
chapter and also the inability of
the speaker to be present.
The last class of the group will
be held this afternoon at 2:30 at
the Legion home. Mrs. Millar an
nounced the starting of another
class at once and urges all those
who wish to take the work to get
in touch with her.
One of the best ways to lose
time is to watch the clock all day.
Closing Program of Home
Nursing Group Postponed
The closing exercises of the
home nursing class have been post
poned until a later date, accord
ing to Mrs. W. H. F. Millar, chair
man for the committee in the Hay
wood Red Cross chapter.
The change was made necessary
It's only moTi . . Pvt. Jon for a
minut thought it was hit Mom's
Spict Ckl All th boys to for cako
and tookiM mad with RUHFORD
tho only baking powdor with an 80
yoar record tor tuning; in kitchens
wtaert good cookt pity loading rolot.
FSU: Victory booklet of tugtrlosa
recipotl Help content. Writ todty.
Rumford Btking Powdor, Bos BS,
Rumford, Rhodt Itltnd.
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Buy f. S. Defense Stamps
& Bonds With Your Savings
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Today we are living in a period of great emergency,
Mr. and Mrs. Haywood are going to be called upon to
make many sacrifices . . . And they are going to make their
dollars go further in 1942. The best way ... the only way
to do this is to TRADE AT HOME.
A true comparison of quality and service showsTfiat
nowhere near Waynesville can you get as much for your
money. Here we have a large number of public spirited,
progressive merchants who can supply all of your demands
and do so at a saving you cannot afford to overlook.
Your, local merchantswho employ local people, sup
port our schools and churches and pay taxes need your
patronage during this war emergency, and you need to
SAVE YOUR MONEY AND SAVE TIRES, too!
Make your dollars count more for Your Home Town
and County! Count more for yourself and your family!
BE LOYAL: TRADE AT HOME!
BUY WAR BONDS and STAIViPS
Waynesville Merchants Appreciate Your Cooperation
Waynesville Gulf and
Tire Recapping Co.
Waynesville Wholesale C. E. Ray's Sons
Wellco Shoe Corp.
Haywood Print Shop
Union Clothing Co. E. II. Ralentine & Co.
Phone 259-J .
Buy U. S. War Bonds and Stamps
world everlasting me.
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