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AUGUST 6, 1942
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
TBI , . ;
iTnHav marked the 6thn
Vl convention at the
tin? Gp p-;i Brown and Cap-
Colton was in charge
l1,K'.ram. The Sheiton
. Jne "umber of 80ng8
K'lvation Army ?
P ff,rent intervals. String:
I niaved by Captain Lattie
Zi R"ndie Henderson,
'Sand and Captain The -d3"'
...:,u thp arcomDani-
followed by group
r!;'.. Biown was optimistic
,an ,.mwd which was
that with the
,if" ...-inir and tire short-
t .L there was many more
she una cm""- ,-y. I .
,n ' , . o.,n.)n was dedicated
soldier boys by donating to
L nlraM anI
A collection was
173 was . . . .-
ed the true American spirit
L third day of August brought
J davs apain iu me iuo.ij
jren thtougnout me -uisu-wt
new teachers in some grao.es
the first year with many little
To Be Discontinued
In The Park
With the abolition of the r.rr
the travel count in the Great
Smoky Mountains Nati
has been discontinued until such
time as sufficient funds are' made
available to carry on this public
service, it was learnt thu
from J. R. Eakin, superintendent
The three checking stations at
the main entrances to the nnrir
manned by CCC enrollees and be
tween April, 1937 and June, 1942,
actual count of travel into the
park was made by these enrollees.
The checking stations were closed
on July 8th. Due to the ration
ing of tire and erasoline. travel
this year was far below that of
Mrs. Ledford and baby are living
mong the mosi lovcijr uuwcio
upper Fines Creek is at waiter
;.iv Mrs. Smith has many
iliant colors and a beautiful
itng the new homes which
e recently wen bunt on upper
t Creek is that ol Mr. ana
E. M. Trantham. They now
in their new home and have
painted dark green.
Palnh T.owe. son of Mr. and Mrs.
Iben Lowe, of Little Creek, left
urday for Newport News, Va.
Mr, and Mrs, Sam Ledford, of
i Oak, had a letter recently
their son, Neil Ledford, who
been in the navy since 1939 and
located in the Canal Zone.
last Tuesday afternoon with Mrs.
Farady Green. There was an un
usual large number present with
Mrs. Fred L. Safford, president of
the group, presiding.
Mrs. Carl Green gave the devo
tional. Mrs. D. Reeves Noland
brought the Bible message of the
Mrs. Frank Kirkpatrick read a
story, while Mrs. Tom Rogers
lead a discussion on foreign mis
sionary work followed by group
After the business session the
members were served with delicious
refreshments during the social
The next meeting will be held
with Mrs, Melton Harbin Aug. 25
nt 8 p. m.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
H. G. Hammett, Pastor.
Many questions confront us to
day as we face the fact of evil in
i . I. ,i
I ie wonu. Among inese questions
are: w nat oi ' uoa i love lor all
men in a world at war? Has
God forgotten us? Is the natural
world inherently evil? The pastor,
keenly aware of this confusion,
will preach Sunday morning at
11:00 o'clock, on the subject "God's
Love in a Warring World."
At the evening worship at 8:00
o'clock the sermon will be brought
by a guest preacher, Rev. Jarvis
Teague. Our church is especially
urged to hear this preacher who
has already accomplished much in
(God's Kingdom even while a young
man. His testimony is needed by
young and old today if we are to
be victorious in life's battles.' A
song service featuring the great
gospel hymn will be led by Dewey
Hyatt. The senior and junior
choirs will render special music.
Pastor, G. M. Carver.
Sunday school 10 o'clock.
Morning worship 11 o'clock.
Epworth League 7:15.
Mid-week prayer service each
Wednesday evening at 8 o'clocjc.
Evening worship 8 o'clock.
Each and everyone is most cor
Miss Lillian Haynes, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Karlie Haynes,
now holds a position at Enka.
Young rabbits, raised for meat,
are ready for market three months
after their parents are mated. -
Sheep intestines are used to
make surgical sutures, commonly
J. C, Madison, Pastor.
In the morning service the pas
tor will speak on the question ask
ed by the Psalmist long ago,
"What is Man?" "The Two Passen
gers," will be the subject of the
Sunday school for all altes opens
at 9:45. The Methodist Youth
Fellowship meets at 7:00 o'clock.
the lesson-sermon on next Sunday
morning at the assembly hour. The
Golden Text will be taken from
II Corinthians, 3:17, "Where the
Spirit of the Lord is, there is lib
Among the citations comprising
the lesson-sermon will be the fol
lowing from the Bible: "And be
side this, giving all diligence, add
to your faith virtue; and to virtue
knowledge; , and toj knowledge
temperance; and to temperance
patience; and to patience godli
ness; and to godliness brotherly
kindness; and to brotherly kind
ness charity. For if these things
be in you and abound, they make
you that ye shall neither be bar
ren nor unfruitful in the knowl
edge of our Lord Jesus Christ."
(II Peter 1:5-8.)
Rev. Malcolm R. Williamson,
R. II. Gibson, superintendent of
Sunday school at 10:00 o'clock.
Morning worship 11:00 o'clock.
Sermon subject: "WHERE IS
Young people's meet at 7:00 p, m.
Mid-week prayer service Wed
nesday evening at 8:00 o'clock.
GRACE EPISCOPAL CHURCH
Rev. Raymond E. MacRlain, Rector.
Sunday, August 9,'. 7:30 a. m.,
9:45 church school,
11:00 a. m., morning praver and
Aliens Creek News
By Mrs. Ed Rkinehart.
Corporal Clarence Wyatt is visit
ing his father, Herman Wyatt.
Corporal Wyatt is stationed at
Fort Benning, Ga.
Private Robert Garrett, of Fort
Benning, Ga.. is visiting his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Garrett.
Thomas Graspy, who has been
in the CCC camp at Mcntesoma,
Wash., is home with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Graspy.
Fred McNabb, of Washington
state, is visiting his mother, Mrs.
Mrs. Roscoe Helms and Miss
Janet Amnions are visiting friends
Revival services are beinir held
at the St. Mary's Episcopal church
bv the Rev. R. E. MacBlain. Ev
erybody invited to attend.
Rev. L. N. Stevens was re-elect
ed pastor of the Rocky Branch
Baptist church. : '
Ernest Warlick, who is employ
ed at Fontana, is visiting his moth
er, Mrs. D. W. Warlick.
Mr. and Mrs. Perry Russell and
Jack Patton visited Mrs. Ellis For
ga Sunday afternoon.
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE LESSON
SERMON Assembly room, second floor, Ma
Sunday school 9:45.
Reading room open Wednesday
from 2 to 4 o'clock.
"Spirit" will be the subject of
Values from Francis Grocery
Good Value '
FLOUR 24 lb bag 80(f
3 lbs, 730 -6 lbs 1.45
No: 2 Can Grapefruit
JUICE - - lot
6 Small or
7 ,ha 251
ti MINE RALS
K A R O
ananas - 3 lbs. 250
"Kcllog's Giant Size
Corn Flakes - -150
Buy Your Canning Supplies Here
- - 690 doz.
Quart Jars - - 790 doz
Halfal. Jars 1.05 doz.
Sealing Wax - - 50 pkg.
Jar Caps - - 250 doz.
Jar Rings - 50 doz.
II t u
LONG'S CHAPEL METHODIST
Pastor, Miles A. McLean.
Sunday school at in on witV,
classes for all ages.
Church service at 1 1 :00 with
the pastor taking as his text, "I
Know That Mv Rm)
Job 19:25. There will be an an
them by the choir entitled "Go
ing Home," by Dvorak.
The League will meet at 7:30
p. m , with the topic, "What Would
THE HAZELWOOD BAPTIST
Rev. Frank Leatherwood, Pastor.
Frank Underwood sunfirint.pml-
ent. General lesson title "Abra
ham s Intercessory Prayer."
x Golden Text. "The effort mi for.
vent prayer of a righteous man
availeth much." Friends, are we
praying the neht sort of nravem
today? Are we praying for our
own. weiiare alone, forgetting oth-
The Allen's Creek W. M, U. will
hold its monthly meeting Thurs
day afternoon at the church. All
'.. Morning sei-vices 11 o'clock.
Evening service 8 o'clock.
Training Union 7 o'clock.
Prayer services Wednesday
evening 7 :30 o'clock.
ST. JOHN'S CHURCH
Waynesville, St. John's Church
every Sunday 8:00 and 11:00 a. m.
Sylva Community House, every
Sunday 11:00 a. m.
Cherokee Qualla Hall, every
3rd Sunday 8:00 a. m.
Bryson City, St. Joseph's Church,
every Sunday 8:00 a. m.
Franklin, American Legion Hall,
every 2nd and 4th Sunday 8:00 a.
Highlands, School Auditorium,
every Sunday 11:00 a. m.
Murphy, Regal Hotel, every 1st
and 5th Sunday (C.W. T.) 7:00
a. m.;" '
Bill Prevost Takes
Course In Revised
' Bill Prevost, Haywood county
coordinator of civilian defense, left
Monday for Chapel Hill, where he
will spend this week. Mr. Prevost
members and prospective members
are invited to attend.
The annual picnic of the Allen's
Creek home demonstration club will
be held at the home of Mrs. L. L.
Allen, this week. :
The B. T. U. study course of the
Allen's Creek Baptist church will
begin Wednesday night, Aug 5, at
7:30 with Dave Wiggins director
in church. The teachers' adult
manual, Mrs. Gordon Scruggs; sen
ior manual, Harry Mashburn; in
termediate manual, Mrs. Blanche
Franklin; juniors, Mrs. Robert
Wyatt and Grace Allen.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wyatt
spent the week-end with Mr. and
Mrs. Paul Lonis and family.
Rev. W. L. Sorrells is conduct
ing a revival in Jackson county.
Dewey Wyatt, of Buckroe Beach,
Va., arrived hi re Saturday to spend
some time with his mother, Mrs.
Rey. C. L. Allen filled his appoint
ment at Pole Creek in Buncombe
Mrs. L. L. Allen has as her guest
this week her sister, Mrs, Daisy
Marion Reeves and Roy Kates,
from Bryson City, visited Fred
is taking a course in the revised
methods of civilian defense, which
the government is now sponsoring:.
Upon his return. classes will be or
ganized for teaching the new
Representatives are also being
sent from Canton and the Cham
pion Paper and Fibre Company to
take the courses.
Wild cotton rats,' caged together,
refused to mate and fought to
the death until laboratory work
ers made them "smell" alike by
dipping both r-1- and female in a
creosote' bath, t.cn there were no
further rat fij,!'.t".
Dicoration day will be held at
the Buchanan cemetery Sunday,
Aug. the IHh. Everybody is cor
dially invited. Services will be
held at 10:00 by Rev. Bill Queen
and Rev. Will Massie.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Buchanan
have arrived home from Bryson
City, where they spent a week
Will Pruett is building a
home on his farm on Allen's Creek.
Frank Russell, of Sylva, is
spending a few days with Mi", and
Mrs. Lon Amnions.
NOTICE OF RE-SALE
On Monday the 24th day of
August, 1942, at 11:00 o'clock A.
M., the undersigned will offer for
sale at public auction and to the
highest bidder for cash, the fol
lowing and described real estate.
which said property Was formerly
used as and for school purposes
and is commonly known as the
Garden Creek School property,
said property being described as
TRACT ONE: Beginning at
a stake on top of a ridge and being
the corner of James H. Plott and
Smathers and runs North 32 west
14 poles and to the line to a
white oak in Plott and Smathers
line; thence with said line two
calls back to the Beginning, con
taining 44 square poles more or
TRACT TWO: Beginning on a
whiteoak, it being the corner of
lot conveyed by Mrs. Harriett
Smathers to the County Board of
Education and runs south 72Vt
east 11 poles and 94 feet to a
stake; thence north 67 east 16 poles
to a stake; thence south 11 west
4 poles and 12 feet to a stake
in Plott and Smathers ltne; thence
with said line three calls to the BE
GINNING,, containing one acre
and 36 rods more or less.
The foregoing property was sold
at public sale on the 27th day of
July, 1942 and since a report
thereof and before expiration of
ten days, an upset bid of ten per
cent was duly filed with the Clerk
of the Superior Court. The Board
of Education reserves the right to
reject any and all bids at this sale.
This the 5th day of August, 1942.
HAYWOOD COUNTY BOARD OF
By: Jack Messer, Superintend
ent. ' '
No. 1215 Aug. 6-13.
250 10c and 25c 10c and 25c 3 ib. 730 3 fOF 250
H(Y floating soap
Fine Heme Grown
TOMATOES--- 5 lbs. 250
CORN - 300 doz. OKRA-lO0lb.
BOLOGNA PORK CHOPS
190 lb. 230 lb.
2 small 150
MIXED SAUSAGE - - - 230 lb
SEE US FOR FRESH DRESSED FRYERS, NATIVE
AND WESTERN STEAKS
WALTER FRANCIS, Owner
Belk-Hudson's Final Wind -Up Of
Special Lot Ladies' Summer
Values to $2.59
Oxfords- Dress Sport A
large variety of colors.
Heavy Duty, Rrown Trim, 6x12x20
Traveling Bags $1.59
Men's Felt and Straw $1.98
HATS - now $1
SPORT SHIRTS - 97
Blue 'Oreen - White Tan
Men's Stratoline Dress
S H I R TS - - - 990
Wilt-Proof Collar Worth $1.39
ONE TABLE OF
Odds and ends for women and
children. Values to $2.98
Including Sharkskin, Gabardine,
Rayon and Cotton.
36 inches In ecru or ivory.
each 3 for $1
36-Inch Heavy Unbleached
SHEETING -100 yd.
FRIDAY & SATURDAY ONLY
Beautiful Gilt Frames Heavy
Glass Round, Square, Oblong.
Average sixe 19 by 28 and worth
$2.98 $ :'',
Boys' and Girls'
All sizes In brown and brown
Sturdy and Rigid Folding
Ironing Boards $1.48
Curtain Scrim - lOf yd.
In Ecru White Plain or Dotted
Nylon Hose - $1.98
Nylon Hose- $1.44
Slijrhtly irregular Value $1.79
Silk and Rayon
HOSE - - - 480
All summer shades and sizes
50 Dozen Children's
All sizes and colors
Our Boys' and Children's Department
Ready For School
Everything they need We have prepared for their school
needs. Coats Dresses Suits Pants Shirts Hats
Underwear Shoes '.
Save On School Wear At Belk-Hudson's
"The Home of Better Values"
Main Street Waynesville
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