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Series of Missions To
Be Held In St. John's
Parish, Starting 16th
A group of missions will be given
in St. John's Catholic Parish by
the Very Rev. Dr. H. Louis Motry,
dean of the Church of Law School,
Catholic University, Washington,
and by the Rev. Benedict Hanley,
C. P., St. Paul's Monastery, De-
The missions will be scheduled
a ifi.22. Verv Rev. Dr. H.
Louis Motry, St. John's church,
August 23-29, Very Rev. Dr. H.
Louis Motry, St. John's church,
August 23-29, Rev. Benedict
Hanley, C. P., Legion Hall, ran
August 30-Sept. 5, Rev. Bene
diet Hanley, C. P., The Communi
t House. Svlva.
The lectures will begin each
evening at 7:30. The general pub
lic is invited to attend.
The missions will consist ot a
series of addresses chiefly on the
fundamental truths concerning
f Tight living and the eternal des
tiny of man.
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUN iaiNEER
Crabtree Church To
Have Decoration Day
On Saturday, Aug. 22
The annual decoration day ser
vico will he held at the Crabtree
Methodist church on Saturday,
Rev. J. C. Madison, of Waynes
ville, will preach at 11 o'clock.
On the 21st, the cemetery will
GRACE EPISCOPAL CHURCH
Rev. Raymond E. MacBlain,
1 Sunday, Aug. 16, 7:30 a. m. Holy
9:45 a. m, church scftooi.
11:00 a. m. morning prayer and
called the children of God.
Only through the power of God
can peacemakers be effective in
our world today.
Morning worship ll ociock.
Sermon subject: "Limitations of
God in Human Life."
Rveninsr worship 8 ociock. &er-
mon subject: "Christ Our Door."
Training Union 7 o ciock.
Praver services Wednesday
evening 7:30 o'clock,
Rev. Malcolm R. Williamson, Pas
R. H- Gibson, superintendent of
Sunday school at 10:00 o'clock.
Sermon subject: "FOLLOWING
Young people's meeting at 7:00
Mid-week prayer service Wednes
day evening at 8:00 o clock.
There will be a congregational
following the morning ser
vice for the purpose of electing
two additional ruling eiders, ah
members of the church are request
ed to be present.
THE HAZEL WOOD BAPTIST
Rev. Frank Leatherwood, Pastor.
Sunday school 10 a. m., Frank
General lesson title, "Isaac Prac
Golden Text, "Blessed are the
peacemakers, for they shall be
be cleaned off, and all members of
the church are urged by the pas
tor, Rev. Wm. H. Neese, to bring
necessary tools to "do a good job."
SAVE ON DRUGS
MILK OF MAGNESIA - -280
y ' .
75c Bottle of 100 Bayer's '.
ASPIRIN TABLETS - 590
50c Bottle William's
AQUA VELVA - - - - - -390
$1.25 Bottle ' '"' I - i' :"':':'V
SSS TONIC - - - - - - - 99c
GEM RAZOR & 5 BLADES - 99?
50c Tube Barbasol FREE
$1.00 Size Bottle Hind's
Honey & Almond Cream - - 490
Flex-O-Knit " '"'
DISH CLOTHS - - - - each 30
75c Johnson's '
G LOCO AT 590
75c ' Can -:
OLD ENGLISH WAX - - - 590
10c Cake .
WOODBURY'S SOAP - - - - 50
10c Cake William's
ELDERFLOWER SOAP - - - 50
ARRID - - 590
15c Value Kpwro
SALTS - lb. 60
F EENAM ENT - - - - - 190
75c Bottle' " ."
FITCH SHAMPOO - - - - 590
Fitch Quinoil FREE
As Your Doctor Wants It ...
That is how all prescriptions are filled at
McRay's. Extreme accuracy is used with
every prescription, and only the best ingredi
ents used. Our prices are most reasonable.
A REXALL STORE
yS. R. Crockett, Minister.
Sunday school 10 a. m, Paul
Preaching services at 11 a. m.,
and 8 p. m., except 2nd and otn
Sundav. On these dates Mr.
Crockett Dreaches at Bethel In the
mornings, services as usual in the
evening at the Hazelwood church.
Sunday morning subject: "I Do
Remember . . ."
Young people's meeting Sunday
evening at 7:15.
TVio Jonathan home demonstra
tion club held a recreational picnic
meeting at the home of Mrs. Jams
Palmer on last Friday. Each-mem-
kor hi-nnrht a dish of food which
made up the picnic lunch at tn
noon hour. I
county home agent, had charge of
the program. Sne toia me mem
bers of the various uses of saccha
rine and urged them to start saving
any surplus fats, which can be
diverted to war effort.
It was announced that the Sep
tember meeting would be held with
Mrs. Alma Nelson.
Mrs. Horace Peeke attended the
P T A. institute which was held
last week at the Woman's College
of the University of North Caro
m . n a Warren left Tuesday
for her home in Florida where she
goes on a business trip.
Mrs. Grady Howell suffered a
broken wrist during the past week.
tu fJL...mo nffwera were elect
ing lunu " --
ed to serve the B. T. U. Q the
Baptist church at a meeting held
iHent. Jay Cooke:
WOfc OU""J . f ' J A.
vice president, Roy Conard; treas
urer, Rufus Russell; pianisi,
o:i,' nnmkoi- nf fither appoint
ments for the work were made at
J. C. Madison, Pastor.
Sunday school with classes for all
ages opens at 9:45.
In the morning service the pas
tor will speak on the subject:
"When Man Plays God." The sub
ject for the evening message will
be, "The Second Mile."
The Methodist Youth Fellowship
holds its meeting at 7:00 o clocK.
Rev. G. M. Carver, pastor, has
announced that a revival will be
gin on Sunday at the Shady Grove
church, A Bible school will also
be conducted the following week.
Vinson Howell, who is now lo
cated in New Jersey, is visiting
Mrs Hollv Newcom, who has
been ill is reported to be improv
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Grady
THURSDAY, AUGUST ij,
pat in class 3-B.
I hose placed in
llham Atkir. mj, . H
Carver. FlnvH u-n :
er Verhn Conarri r "avu-
Mussolini's favorite bird should
be the parrot. It, too, repeats only
what it has been told.
s w men . have been placed re
cently in class 1-A by the local
draft board, as iouows:
Morrow. John Henry Ledford, Al-
b.rt Linell Hushes, Frank Mc-
Daniel, Coy Hamilton Wood, and
Benjamin Everett Cutshaw, Leo
Sansone was placed in class 1-B,
Placed in class 3-A were: Ken
neth . Augjustus Stahl, v William
Roy Phillips, ' Lloyd Thomas
Claude Hoghn, Hubbard
John Brown, Charles Poy Berry,
Jack Edward ootiy, and l nomas
Tlte put in -.Its- 4-F were:
;oy LeatherwoocL Thomas String
UtUl Franklin, Ba'. Howell Kirk
putrick, Arthur Haze Franklin,
Grady Reeves Nolaftd, Arthur
White, Willis Shelton, "Robt Daniel
Fisher, JohniRilejr'Wyatt, Vinton
Delis Jones; Jek Best, Pinkney
Lafayette Turbyfill, Jr., Commo
a tiarshal Onrrt. William Lester
Moody, Jim Sutton, Roy Mitchell Ed Wiley Moody
Davis, John Riley Mathis, and Har- j
nlH Junior Troutman. Hitler is renori
- ,---u lV nave ff
Placed in class 3-B were Vernie ed a special decoration for y
Lee Moody and Clyde Winfred laborate with the Axis. cJ
I i r'nnlov Mpsspr was nn doubt. The Dnnhlo r... I
Boone. John v''tj
vester Dock Mull,
Robert Lee LnderwoT
Grayson Hodge D'
Ebid Bmleu. u5y
Jones, Joseph Harold Si8lr
row wiison Underway I
mmm ayne Wright A
Green. Jnhn UL 4
Rohfrt Wvtt Dv ..ri'JJ
ton, John Henry SwanKr w
Luther Morrow, Salem' S
Wyatt, William Frank Smith
ham Pless Boyd, Jr., dwai
dell Haney, Harley
Julius Henry, Kenneth Cu
Hughey Glenn Glints v
Beecher Winchester j'tl
Woody Price, and Jack MiW
Weldon Rufus Sutton, EiioTi
Boyd, William Walter. Mas J
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
H. G. Hammett. Pastor
The pastor will preach at both
worship services Sunday, In the
morning worship at 11 O'clock the
subject is, "The Face of Jesus.
TVib subiect of the sermon at even
ing worship is, "The Ground of
The Bible school, with depart
ment and classes for all age groups,
will meet for Bible study at 9:45
a. m. The Training Union will meet
at 7 p. m for training in Chris
LONG'S CHAPEL METHODIST
Pastor. Miles A. McLean.
Church school at 10 o'clock with
classes for all acres.
Puhhc worshin at 11 o clock with
the nastor takintr as his sermon
topic, "Fighting the Good Fight."
There will be an anthem by the
choir, "Going Home," by Dvorak.
The young people will meet at
7:30 r. m.
Thursday evening at 7:00 there
will be a young-adult fellowship
Dicnic at the trailer Dark.
Friday night at 8:00 the young
people will go on the "Cherokee'
for a boating party. .
Summary Of Annual Budget Estimates
Town Of Waynesville, North Carolina
FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 1943
General Street Water
$31,410.00 $13,515.00 $10,195.00
Budget Requirements -
Estimated Revenue ' ' 1ft1fl5nn
Other than Tax Levy 90,430.55 22,000.00 8,775.00 10,195.00
Taxes Required to Balance Budget $ 27,426.95
Surplus June 30, 1943 10,804.91
Light Debt Servke
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE LESSON
Assembly rooms, second floor,
Sunday school 9:45 Sunday
Reading room open Wednesday
afternoon from 2 to 4 o'clock.
"Soul" will be the subject of the
lesson-sermon on Sunday morning.
The Golden Text will be taken
from Psalms 35:9; "My soul shall
be joyful in the Lord; it shall re
joice in his salvation'
Among the citations which com'
prise the lesson-sermon will be the
following from the Bible: "Ye are
my witnesses, saith the Lord, and
my servant whom I have chosen
that ye may know and believe me,
and understand that I am he; be
fore me there was no God formed,
neither shall be after me. I, even I,
am the Lord; and I have shewed,
when there was no strange God
among you; therefore ye are my
witnesses, saith the Lord, that I
am God." (Isaiah 43:10-12.)
Total $ 38,231.86 $11,315.65 $ 5,084.73
Less 1942 Collections in Advance and
Old Levies 14,000.00 5,500.00 2,500.00
Reauired Collections of 1942 Levy $ 24,231.86
30 of 1942 Levy Reserved for Subse
quent Years .....
Tax Levy 1942-1943
Tax Rate 1942-1943 ...........
Tax Rate 1941-1942
5,815.65 $ 2,584.73
$ 34,616.94 $ 8,308.07 $ 3,692.47
TOWN OF WAYNESVILLE
Hedwig A. Love, Clerk.
ST. JOHN'S CHURCH
Wa vrtesville. St. John's Church
every Sunday 8:00 and 11:00 a. m.
Svlva Community House, every
Sundav 11:00 a. m.
Cherokee Qualta Hall, every
3rd Surrdav 8:00 a. m.
Bryson City, St. Joseph's Church,
everv Sundav 8:00 a. m.
Franklin. American Legion Hall,
every 2nd and 4th Sunday 8:00 a,
Hiehlands. School Auditorium,
everv Sundav 11:00 a. m.
Murnhv. Retral Hotel, every 1st
and 5th Sunday (CWi T.) 7:00
NOTfCE SERVING SUMMONS
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT
J. WEBSTER DERRICK AND
WIFE, BETTIE A. DERRICK,
J. R. MORGAN, Trustee and
TOWN OF WANESVILLE.
The Defendants, J. Webster Der
rick and wife, Bettie A. Derrick,
will take notice that an action en
titled as aboxe has been com
meneed in the Superior Court of
Haywood County, .North Carolina,
to foreclose liens for taxes due
Haywood County; and said de
fendants will further take notice
that they are required to appear
at the Office of the Clerk ol the
Superior Court of said county at
the Courthouse in Waynesville,
North Carolina, within thirty (30)
days after the 31st day of August,
1942, and answer on demur to the
Complaint of said action or the
plaintiff will apply to the court
for the relief demanded in said
This the 29th day of July, 1942.
Asst. Clerk of Superior Court,
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