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,r AUGUST 20, 1942 (ONE DAY NEARER VICTORY)
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THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNiaiNEER
"Txr Shuford Mills an
imarriage of their
bc " Mills, to Mr. -u-
P" Riley. 01 A""""""
I . j tinn will be
P"? Rocky Branch grave
J id aft the oecor-u.
manure and Mrs.
Khtaehart spent Wedn.
, Mrs. Elmer Green and
f- nd sDent Sunday
fllr Green's mother.
Ofltf f lW ' T7 J
V,V and Mr. ana . a
ells, , , tv. Hwlicft.
,krt attenueu ".w
the Pleasant Balsam cbureh
, u-nnds Gordon Scruggs,
rnk UD will Mas
ses Ji., z ...
McClure from . Fort
n2 Ga., is visiting
L Mary Curtis announced the
n. ' . Comoral
triage- 01. , .Trlc-
rU Curtis, jr., v ,
fd Wavnesville, to Miss Edna
"a " Tl,nu n
er of vaynesviiic.
U their wedding were oer
rnt Hi" and Lucille Lovedahl.
i..i Dnirors and Paul
K from Fort Jackson, are spend-
some time at nome.
Massie, of Fort
friends over the
Clinics Start On 5
The annual schedule of dental
clinics have begun in the county
schools, it was learned from the
health department this week.
Dr- A. C. Earlv of the oral hv-
giene division of the state board of
health, has arrived to stay five
months in Haywood countv stand
ing two weeks in a number of the
Oniv children under 12 years of
age deserving of the care are given
this free service by the state. The
program is so arranged that each
school in the county is given this
service every other year.
Clinics this year are scheduled
to be held in the following schools
in the county: Crabtree. Clyde,
Morning Star, North Canton, Penn
sylvania Avenue, Spring Hill,
Saunook, Aliens Creek, Hazel
wood. Central Elementary. East
Waynesville, Junaluska, Dellwood,
and Rock Hill.
Bus Breaks Down
And Men Delayed
In Reaching Camp
Tha Pavis.at in tha TT S bitov
making up the July quota under the
selective system, wno had been
accepted in the service and were
returned here for a two weeks fur
lough, left at 8:40 Monday for
active duty at Fort Jackson.
They were due to arrive early in
the day at camp, but the bus broke
down in Asheville and it was late
afternoon before they left, ar
riving in camp many hours past
their scheduled time.
Chrest George served his usual
mnrninff rnflfaa snd tha YVnvnos.
ville Bakery furnished doughnuts
prior to tne men taking their de
parture. A committee from the
Dorcas Bell Love chapter presented
42 Men Left Canton
Monday For Service
Fnrhr.two selectees from Can
ton returned to Fork Jackson Mon
day. They had previoaiy Deen ex
amined and passed all tests at
the South Carolina military cen
tw crnnn had been given 14
days at home to take ear of per
sonal matters before beginning
active duties in the service.
each man with a package of cigar
Artinir Cornoral John E. Bram-
lett, who was leader of the group
when they returned Here irom
ramn - was in charge of the men
on the trip back. Private James R.
Irs. Broughton Scott, of Hope-
11, 'a., visited her sister, mrs.
ward Arlington, last ween,
J. C. Madison, Pastor.
Sunday school under the direc
tion of Mr. Homer Henry, opens
Since the Dastor did not speak
last Sunday morning he will use
the subject announced for then on
, the coming Sunday, "When Man
i Plays God.'' The subject for the
eveninir message will be. "The
The Methodist Youth Fellowship
holds its regular meetings at 7:00
o'clock on Sunday evenings.
!rs. Sallie Hendrix. and chil-
,B, of Newport News, ya., are
niline this week with Mr. and
K Lee Hendrix.
risrif and daughter, Mrs,
fison Smith, arrived here Tuesday
ipend two weeks with Mrs. Jonn
b r T .- Allen filled his ap-
Intment at Pole Creek in Bun-
lube county Sunday.
Sr. 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.
Murphv. Keeal Hotel, everv 1st
and 5th Sunday (C.W. T.) 7:00
Dwight Beaty To
Attend Boys' State
In Chapel Hill
rtwiirht Beatv. Jr.. son af Mr.
and Mrs. Dwight Beaty, who was
selected by the local post of the
American Legion as its candidate
tn Tar Heel State, leaves Sunday
for Chapel Hill to spend next week,
where the group wm oe in session.
Vniinir Reatv: who Will M l
member of the senior class when
school opens this month, has made
a splendid scholastic record. e
has been a winner of the annual
TJDC contest held in the local
schools. In his sophomore year in
high school he was chosen as the
assistant most outstanding boy in his class
in tne contest bpuiibviu ujr m
The mimosa of the week at the
University of North Carolina cen
ter is to train and inspire the
mi,fh nf th state in their respon
sibilities of citizenship and to teach
them some of the fundamental
functions of the government. It
is sponsored annually by the
American Legion department of
The faculty for boys' state con
sists of counselons who are selected
from young men of outstanding
principles and high qualifications.
Wyatt, Jrs served as
Those leavine here included:
Jphn E. Bramlett, Hughey C. Gun-
ter, James R. Wyatt, Jr., James K.
Z. Rogers, Edward C. Haney, JacK-
son W. Price, William F. Smith,
John H. Swanger, Robert L, Un
derwood, Homer V. Conard, Eu
gene Henry, Julius L. farton,
Floyd W. Davis, Weldon R. Sut
ton, Carter T. Boone.
John G. Reeves, Glenn Green,
Sylvester D. Mull, Jack M. Mc
r'racken. James V. Smith, Saleni
H. Wyatt, John B. Reeves, Wil
liam W. Massey, Jr., Joseph H.
Sisk, Milton L. Morrow oya u. director of the
j ones, uuuiun vt i
William A. Medford, Jr., William
xr n?-;,v,t Mnui R Winchester.
. TIH6,, .. '
and Robert Caldwell.
To Meet On 29th
A meeting of the teachers of the
Wavnoavilla Hi strip Schools IS
scheduled to be held on Saturday
morning at the Central fciementary
school building, it has been an
nounced by M. H. Bowles, district
Mr. Bowles sUted that the pro
gram would center around discus
sions for the work of the coming
school year. All teachers in the
district are requested to attend.
1 Qj.hrwda in th Wavnesville dis
trict include: Waynesville high and
junior high; Central elementary,
East Waynesville, Saunook, Aliens
Creek. Hazelwood, Rock Hill, Lake
Junaluska, Maggie and Dellwood.
Kuu ran huv only "bread that
is four days old because the har
vest is uncertain.
"Rartender Ben" Rogers (Cud-
ahy, Wis,), give free beer to any
one who brings in rubber scrap.
stitute of Government, of the Uni
versity of North Carolina, will
be director of the group.
AWdutelv new. Some of them
just released by the publisher.
India Today .... - .
One Small Candle ..
By Cecil Roberts
Men On Bataan
By John Hersey
Keep Them Human
The Old South
Just received a complete shelf of
Mail orders receive prompt
Brown Book Co.
ASHEVILLE, N. C.
Try Your Home Town First
If You Can't Buy It There, Come To
, , ;Y;- ' We Have Itl
, tJMsAt no a Tmin Seliedulee
Mr. and Mrs. Willey McClure, of
spent the week-end with Mr.
rWs mother. Mrs. uaitner
RfT. Will Massie
leaching at the Unagusta factory
y at noon. -
LONG'S CHAPEL METHODIST
Pastor. Miles A. McLean.
Sundav school at 10:00 with R.
H. Terrell, superintendent.
Hhurch service at 11:00 with
the pastor taking as his text, "And
This Is the Victory," I jonn o:4.
There will be an anthem by the
7:30 p. m. the League will meet
Choir practice 8 p. m. Xnursaay.
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE LESSON-
Have Fun, Recreation, A Good Time
Night at bt. John's r. ivi.
. . . I Masonic Temple.
conducted sj. i,nnl n.-e ".
Readinar room ODen Wednesday
afternoons from a to 4 o ciock.
Hif:Jl ...111 ta t-lna ai,Ktait ' f1
Mrs. Charles rruett ana son, .. . t th assembly
i.uuci, f---- i hour on sunaay morning. ine
s week with her mother, Mrs. oniHn T.xt will be taken from II
InAmmons. ITimnthv 1-7. "God hath not sriven
I . .
I, ; , I us tne spirit oi iear; out oi power,
it. and Mrs. Clarence TayloTjand of love( and 0l R sound mind."
d family are spending this week , . ,itofins which com-
ith Mrs. Taylors mother at I . """" B r - ,,,, . ,i,J
i, i uriBts Llic leaauii-ociiiiuii nui uc wv
iioiiowing irom tne uioie: oe ui
r.n T..rai- -.in iu . the same mind one toward anotner.
1 ' , 1 n , , ill 1111. 1 111 I. IIIKIl hlllllRO, U V
meeune at r rea uucnanansi . . . . .i
L n r . . - scend to me oi low estate, oe not
e sunaay at z :3U. ah inenasi . . t-
e invited I Wise in your own conceits, rvctom-
npnse to no man evil lur evil, nw
, I Viae tmngs njnrai i me biriu va
Sweet corn, green string beans, I it . D0Ssible. as much
Ireen peas, pumpkins. sauash.U. is.k'-t ii aihlv with
pery and greens are best vegeta- all men . Be not overcome of evil.
ia wr some drying. Apples ana but overcome evil with good."
rrnes are best adapted to drvincr I r 10. 11Q91
trip hnma amAnn funifa ' I
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IN THE SUPERIOR COURT
BKKiHF. thv rr lrpr-
f THE MATTER OP
' K. FRANCIS, GUARDIAN
if woonpnw MrAR.F.ir
0 FL0YB McABEE. SAM
MBEE and SHUFORD Mc
BEE. RnrTtriTc! rv
FOODROW McABEE. DE-
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that
tation dated th Ath dar of
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If! tho gknva aMUIaJ
GRACE EPISCOPAL CHURCH
Rew Ravmond F.. MacBlain. Rector.
Sunday. August 23, 9:45 cnurcn
- - i
11;00 morning prayer and ser
Rev. G. M. Carver. Pastor.
Sunday school 10:00 a. m.
Morning worship 11 o clock.
Evenine worship 8 o'clock.
Praver services each Wednes
day evening at 8 o'clock.
I . vi j? u . a. -
r m tne above entitled cause I n-veryone is coraiauy inviteu w
rre the undersigned directing attend and help us worship
. vt uaure tne intn nsv on 11 ' - ,
Member, A. D.. 1942. vou show! THE HAZELWOOD BAPTIST
..if any you have, why the ac-I CHURCH
UZ W' ?: Rev. Frank Leatherwood. Pastor
WZrrZiZl"'' Sunday school 10 o'clock. Frank
nndeed8 are not tZ and Pnderwood ""Pintendent. Gen-
B and the S oi hihrn title" "Jacob'8 vision
r- oi the Sunarinr Honrt ui
Ptered the 2fith W r w. Golden Text. "I am with thee, and
i9!. should not Ka aa ..J I will keen thee . . . whither thou
Peered a final order dicharging goest." This gracious promise is
t;'M FAUL MERCURY IN- for U those who are obedient to
PITY COMPANY from all God.
Jft. nrc.AnA . . ... .... I .
for a luture liability I Morning servici
Ndof0w0nits suretyshiP n the subject "Fainting
.WJ"' ?; ?rancis, Guardian of Evenine service
Km considered and ad- a:,tv Conscience.
i al tnere is no liability of I " . 7 .
."tint Pol r . . ' - I TVoininor TTnion
. ..ui iuercnrv InHantnifv
Moraine service 11:00. Sermon
Evening service 8 o'clock. Ser
mon mhiprt.. i ne voice Ui a
exis tr'. 5!I evening at 7:30 o'clock,
ffitvlr itaauil ui ibo 1 .
. .".ill. I.n Thn b. I. X TT T
p f saiu Dona OI VT.
ik;. 111 farther ORn,F.RFn that
r n aU he published for .S. R.
Training Union 7 o'clock.
Prayer services each Wednesday
rhool 10 a. m.. Paul
FPanrTV weeks in 80me Sunday school 10
m r. ; general circulation in I Davis, superintendent.
r,hauVn(!1thatJ8aidb- nd 8 p. m., except 2nd and 5th
of .... nall be deemed aarrirnl . . r Hfo Mr.
"'O ahow . j." -" Vr: Sundays, ur r- -----
i named ZZ- m lae Crocket preaches at cetnei i.
t&2:. . . . mornings, services as usual ,n the
pW42. ' August, A.eTening at tbe Hazelwood cnurcn.
Clerv"- LEATHERWOOD. ' -
t,UPver Court of Hay- . . , Union Sunday
av a A VIM aiV"
Come Help Your
self and A Worthy
Given As A Benefit
St. John's School
Most Popular Entertainment In Town Every Tuesday
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