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AUGUST 13, 1942
THE WAYKESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
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... Park starts . . :
'rfouble feature, how.-w.eo.'-'J.a
r Patrol" beautiful i iin
Vranada, in which Koyai uiuia OJJCan Al UOSpel
r;ts his man, and Tent On TWsriav TSUn-l,
.L woman he lovea.. "
d feature is an unusual. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Rassman.
K . .l.. u,oat featuring who served a,
inc - --. - ooiuimuo in
jr.r in "Dudes Are India for thirty years, were heard
on iuesoay night at the Gospel
f j Vi urogram is anoiner ux leni, wmcn is located at the co.n-
. - v--k. aim Diusam
j Hrif Skeltoh
hero ' ,, i, Tlio
tot s n?r
ffadds beauty, charm and
re of humor to make this
the star for
f fThfl Man
,My't otterm .
Intv of action. The owl
' . a uiepk. in that
t..lv and should increase the
Ration oi .
Mvr are doing,
.marine itaiueis. .i '
.irt'ure of Ptarl Harbor, and
'dtfrat of a Jap aircraft car-
la Hawaii water.
we w v. -
teiv will enjoy Fred McMurray
jou in i Ke
eT Darling." red has oiten
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hai'd-boueu doss, uul una
the secretary, and takes
its from pretty Miss
With the missionaries was a
converted Hindu, and also a small
child of four and one-half years,
native of India. The party wore
the native costumes of India, and
during the evening colored slides
were shown of the country, as the
missionaries described their work
The missionaries and their
party were guests of Mr. and Mis.
D. C. Turpin while In town.
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Monday and Tuesday, tne
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krram preseni um.a.
ieJy casts ever assemoieu, in
he most (,'aily tender comedies
They All Kissed Trie Bride"
landed a Ions review in wie
ntlv. and stars Joan uraw-
and Mflvy Douglas. Miss
Are You A
If you are our service is
kigned especially for you.
ou'll be pleased when
bo see how wnite ana
lean your clothes are when
You'll also be pleased at
Tie low price and prompt
nice we offer you.
I pays to be particular!
Robert Praetor, of South Caro
lina, son-in-4aw of Mr. and Mrs.
Hicks Caele. is snemli
days in the community.
Mrs. E. K. Whidden is now mak
ing her home with her daughter,
Mrs. Lowry Owen, of Jonathan
Mr. and Mrs. Hicks Cairle and
sdn, Jeff, have moved into the
house formerly oecunied
E. K. Whidden.
Rev. Wesley Goforth. of R l'vsnn
City, was the recent guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Verlin Gibson.
Amoner those attending tho mueix
festival in Asheville Saturday,
were Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Fer
guson and Miss Elizabeth Ferguson.
A Bible training school is now
iii session at the Methodist church.
Parents are urged to send their
chidren. A training school for
adults is being conducted at night.
Wanda Moody is a patient in the
hospital, following a serious operation.
Among those attending the re
union at Cataloochee Sunday, were
Crawford forsakes her recent ap
pearances in drama to revert to
the type of comedy characterization
which made her world-famous. She
also returns to dancing for the
first time in years. The story is
a happy picture, a gay romance,
the tender Btory of a man and a
I . i i
i woman in seveiun neaven, Because
its their first real love affair.
On Wednesday, the film "Sun
day Punch" will provide plenty of
entertainment, in which two prize
fighters take to the ring to de
cide which shall have the girl
they both love. The winner is the
other one you know, the unex
pected puncher. Not a dull mo
ment in this picture, and there is
plenty of. comedy with every blow.
bees Monday and Wednesday at 3; Saturday and Sunday at 2
i Sunday night "at 9, other nights, shows start at 7:15 and 9:15.
Show Saturday nights at 10:30. Admission 10c and 30c.
THURSDAY, AUGUST 13
A double feature today You'll enjoy both
' Yukon Patrol"
k Allan Lane and Lita flonwav: A Canadian Rovnl Mounted Police
his man. aftpr mnnv ovfifrin mnmsnts A hpjintifnl DictUTe.
Jside-bursting comedy, featuring Marjorie Woodworth and Noah
Berry, Jr., in
"DUDES ARE PRETTY PEOPLE"
A comedy of the West that is different;
FRIDAY, AUGUST 14
"Mazie Gets Her Man"
Ither (if til,. M..:.. t !iL O-.-il I DJ CUfnn
.unic series, wisn Ann ooumein anu iu ciw,.
er of the. stars would make a good picture but both, that's
assurance of a dandy.
SATURDAY, AUGUST 15
Man Fmm Chevenne"
lUl Roy Rogers and Gabbv Haves. An excellent Western.
OWL SHOW AT 10:30
, n Howard and Marguerite Chapman. Hell above .
as a U. S. sub smashes a Jap carrier
action in the Pacific.
the navy in
SUNDAY, AUGUST 16
One of the funniest pictures released this year
Take A I AW nHin'
U u. w -m a.wwa
r, . oc,;lelary, attempts 10 hums uitw"1""
"siiand Russell. This comedy is a scream.
M0XDAy AND TUESDAY, AUGUST, 17 AND' 18
- vrawiord and Melvyn uougias in
ijhey All Kissed The Bride"
man !SS woman was all business . . . 'till he proved she was
ory of little things that make love so precious-
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 19
er,d 0f i Miiwii
Sogers TiV Qram and action, starring Wiuian L,unaingan,
Pmiohl Dan Dailey. Sunday Punch has that entertainment
Kn wined v-,. ... v
. uj aumflcuun you ve utren iwnmg
Here's Dorese Bell, the United Na
tions "Victory Queen." She was
crowned queen In Philadelphia after
being selected for leadership in
war-fund activities by members of
the United Nations Victory Girls.
This group is composed of govern
ment, college, high school and busi.
ness firlt. from 'thirty-six Rtates.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Woody and
Mrs. Minnie Wood v.
Officers were recently elected at
the Baptist church, as follows;
'J. 'A,- Singleton,' treasurer; Wihy
Galloway, superintendent; assist
ant supperintendent, Amos Moody,
and Miss Bessie Evans, clerk.
The secretary and nastor will
be named later.
Will Address Baptists
Of County Wednesday
Hostility toward the Jews in
central Europe will weld scattered
Israel into one nation again, be
lives the Rev. Jacob Gartenhaus,
f Atlanta, Christianized Austrian
Jew. who will be the main speaker
st the 67th annual meeting of the
Haywood County Baptist Asso
ciation to be held at Allen's Creek
church next Wednesday.
"God is using Hitler today as He
used Pharaoh in the past," he said,
pointing out that persecution of
the Jews is bringing about a soli
darity of Jewish people such as
has not been known in modem
"The first time the Jewish peo
nle went to Palestine from Egypt
they gave the world the Old Tes
tament," he said. "The second time
"hen they went there from the
Babylonish captivity they gave it
the New Testament. Who knows
what this third exodus to Pales
tine may bring forth?"
Mr. Gartenhaus believes that
Palestine will eventually become
the Jewish homeland, where his
nation may once again consolidate.
Mr. Gartenhaus is field secre
tary of the home mission board
of the Southern Baptist conven
tion, and is the author of several
books, among them, "The Ten Lost
Tribes.", which is his latest. . "The
Rebirth of a Nation," "Zionism is
'History and Prophecy" and "The
Jew and Jesus,"
I From the background of 18 years
of Jewish evangelization the speak-
ler will deliver his message. He will
tell of the work he is doing as a
j representative of the Southern
I Baptist home missions,
I Born of wealthy Jewish parents
in Austria, Mr. Gartenhaus came
to this country in his youth seek
ing wealth. Instead of finding: his
fortune he was converted to
Christianity and studied for the
ministry at Moody Bible Institute,
Chicago, and Southern Baptist
, Theological Semniary, Louisville.
I Mr. Gartenhaus is. one of 370
missionaries and workers of the
Baptist agency who are doing mis
sion work in the cities, among the
foreigners, French, Italians, Mex
icans, Indians, negroes, and in
i una ana ranama.
According to the report of the
board, these workers baptized 2578
converts last year, established lfi
new churches and 64 new preach
ing stations, and distributed 29,2'2ti
Bibles and portions of Scripture,
and 790,000 tracts.
Baptists of the South gave in
creased offerings to home missions
last year totaling $513,841.80. Bur
ing the year 39 new missionaries
The board has only one mis
sionary, Mr. Gartenhaus, to the
Jews who number 500,000.. Other
missionaries incude 25 to 650,000
French-speaking Americans; 14 to
300,000 Spanish-speaking Ameri
cans; 11 to 600,000 Italians; three
to 7,000 Chinese; eight to the 150,
000 people in the Canal Zone and
Panama; 27 to 11,000,000 negroes;
69 to 200,000 Indians; 98 to 800,000
Mexicans, and 113 among various
Taking the entire unchurched
group of 46,000,000 people in the
Southern state. Central America,
and Cuba, the home mission board
has on an aerage only one mis
sionary to every 130,000 people.
The present mission force is over
twice the number the home mis
sion board had five years ago.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas L. Camp
bell, Jr., announce the birth of
a son, Thomas Way Campbell, on
Katcliff Cove News
Bob Evans, who has been eon
ducting the Bible school at Eliza
beth Chapel, Methodist church, was
given a party on Friday evening
at the home of Miss Margaret
Those attending were; Marzell
Webb, Florence Cagle, Lillian
Turner, Frances Turner, Sara Un
derwood, Crystelle Katcliff, Myr
tle Medford, Susie Davis, Mrs.
Mark Galloway, Mrs. Woody Jones,
Nancy Jane Medford, Pearl Cad
dy, Lucy Gaddy, John Frazier, Jr.,
Margaret Frazier, Joe Turner,
Jr., Roy Davis, Ernest Davis, Tom
mie Miller, Hugh Gaddy, and Dale
Mr. and Mrs. P. V. Phillips, of
Morrison, Va., are spending a few
days here with relatives.
Rev. Howard Hall preached at
the Ratcliff Cove Baptist church
on last Sunday.
Try; Your Home Town First
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. It You Min t Buy It lherc, uoine io
I , We Have It!
' . Excellent Baa anil Train Schedule
A kevllle ; . Merchnntt Association
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Make Your Plans Now To
lie 3rd Annl Membership HcvMn,
CHAS. B. McCRARY
CLYDE HIGH SCHOOL
SERVED IN THE SCHOOL
BY SOME OF THE BEST MUSICIANS
FOR ALL THE FAMILY
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1 "T. i i ' ' .!
1 n a, juiiirtrt --
At 11 O'clock
We are indeed fortunate in being able to secure Mr.
Francis to make the address at our annual meeting.
He is one of the best public speakers in this section of
the state. He has a special message of importance
for you. Hear him.
MANY VALUABLE PRIZES
DONATED BY THE FOLLOWING
C. E. Ray's Sons
National Park Dept. Store
Massie's Dept. Store
Smith's Drug Store
Geo. A. Brown Supply Co.
Underwood Supply and Lumber Co.
Ward's Service Station
Cruso Electric Membership Corp.
First National Bank "
Massie Hardware Co.
MRS. E- B. RICKMAN
Make Monday A Holiday
Bring The Family
Program Starts At 10:30
Officers and Directors Will Be Elected
V . " K m
J. C. MOORE
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