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DAY, SEPT. 10, 1942 (One Day Nearer Victory)
THE WAYNES VILLE MOUNTAINEER
tar - Love - Gangsters,
)istory and Fiction
ll On Park Program
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week, starting to-
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News and the comedy
"stone, a Johnny
rtfP. a v.,Hti film
Kdear Alien Po;.
,ted as outstanding.
'. little known private life of
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Lrit s musl . Y v V
Lis the excitine subject.
rpassing his own swrui.K bvu
C realistic film brings to the
all of the drama that was
, Hfe Utilizing an unusual
hud of presentation, iy w
of Amenea s nrst mm sicavcm,
Lary geniUS. roes DUiu muue
Ife, his struggle for respect in
lStile world ana me wuuugncss
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him constitute one ui uib. iiiubi.
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ech the screen.
and-picked for the role from
,n?a score of Hollywood's lead-
fflen, Jonn snepparu puicrnyn
peat poet. Like roe, jonn
torn snd reared in the South,
his thorough understanding of
.. well as his sensitive per-
hwice, has won him praise from
Linda Darnell was a unanimous
choice for the part of Virginia
Clemm, the Baltimore belle who
Besides Movietone News, a come,
dy "Framing Father, will be
Saturday brings to the screen,
the beginning of another serial
one that should prove interesting
to both young and old Holt of
The Secret Service," starring
The main feature Saturday is
"Jesse James, Jr.," which co-stars
Don "Red" Barry and Lynn Mer
rick. Barry plays the part of Johnny
Barrett, a young law officer who
believes that he can tame the wild
and wooly West without resorting
At the time of his arrival in
Sundown, the town is being ter
rorized by a powerful band of
outlaws. The secret leader of this
gang is Amos Martin (Karl Hack
ett), who stands to profit enor
mously if Fargo wins the fran
chise. By having his men terror
ize Sundown, Martin hopes to dis
credit it in the eyes of the tele
graph company officials, and les
sen its chances of winning.
The Owl Show will present
"Spy Ship," which deals with fifth
column sabotage in the United
States, was in the making months
before the FBI announced the ar
rest of eight German secret agents
who had landed on the coast via
submarine and rubber boats. It
even preceeded a scandal in which
a famous woman flier was arrested
for dealing with the enemy.
"In. "Spy Ship," Irene Manning
plays the part of a famed aviatrix
Itinees Monday and Wednesday at 3; Saturday and Sunday at 2
Ki sundav nient at v. otner nients. snows start at :io ana
I! Show Saturday nights at 10:30. Admission 10c and 30c.
Group Makes $145 On Lord's Acre
H i 1
Shown here are members of the Ratcliff Cove Baptist church who
cultivated a crop of beans this year and sold them for $145, which
they gave to the church. Groups of all ages worked the crop. This
is ihe third year the group have sponsored a Lord's Acre movement.
The first year they made $C5, and then the following year netted
$100- The work was started by Mrs, Frank L. Leopard.
who becomes involved with Nazi
agents and betrays her country
by radioing secret information
which leads to the sinking of
An exciting series of events
comes to a climax December 7, the
day Pearl Harbor is bombed, and
Stevens, comes into his own and
does a service for his country.
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10
Lrisf and fall of a eane lord and his lady ... The bullet-streaked
ty of a guy who got to the top and couldn't stop. Humphry
tfogart m his Diggest nit.
"The Big Shot"
side-splitting comedy featuring J ohnny Downs' in
"GROOM AND BORED"
Also -latest Movietone News-
FRIDAY," SEPTEMBER 11
flWAf lac- Vsvsv'n nn vmsOA ofnx.f aa i moo ImntUrl t-f
Ihe women who loved him. Linda Darnell t John Shepperd in
The Loves Of Edgar Allen Poe"
-A strange love story that will haunt you as it thrills you.
Comedy ''Training Father," and latest Movietone News.
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 12
K Old West . . . where a lifetime of adventure is packed into a
day . . . Don "Red" Barry in (
"Jesse James,. Jr."
Starting Saturday a thrilling new serial . . . Jack Holt in
"HOLT OF THE SECRET SERVICE"
r OWL SHOW
and terriffic . . . see the whole exciting story of the filthy
sabotage set-up exposed in
"The Spy Ship"
Craig Stevens Irene Manning.
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 13
Peatest mixture of magic and mirth the screen has ever seen
Stan Laurel Olive Hardy Danty, the magician in
"A-Hauntine We Will Go"
!EEE SHORT SUBJECTS Travel Talk Doing Their Bit-
barton Comedy "Ace In the Hole."
MONDAY AND TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14-15
that has received the highest praise wherever shown
"The Talk Of the Town"
CS Jean Arthur, Gary Grant and Ronald Coleman. A picture
"'"y aetached from wartime proDiems . , . out ami
laughter and fun.
, Latest News of the Day , v
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16
p sensational scene is true! The flaming world its stage! All
civilization its cast!
"United We Stand"
tli Wel1 Tnomas . . , with a cast of 15 presidents, 21
. --..., , emperors, 11 princes, zo premiers, i
Sh-h! With nothing up his sleeves
and nothing In their heads, except
laughs aplenty, Laurel and Hardy
are coming in "A-Hunting W'e Will
Go," a rollicking film which, judg
ing from advance notices, abounds
in practically all the ingredients
of solid entertainment magic,
murder, mirth, action and romance
Just when we need it most, it
seems that Stan and Ollie have
come up with their hilarious best.
And something new has been ad
ded in the person of Dante, the
great magician, who performs
feats never before seen on the
Ravishing Sheila Ryan and John
Shelton are teamed in the roman
tic interludes. They are just two
people happy in love, until Stan
and Ollie's misadventures inexor
ably encompass their lives, too.
But it looks this time as if all of
Stan's and Ollie's . bungling will
have to be forgotten, because it in
advertently brings a gang of
criminals before the bar of justice
and threatens to bring down the
On the same program will be
three short subjects a Travel
Talk, "Doing Their Bit" and a
comedy "Ace in the Hole."
On Monday and Tuesday, the
film title will live true to its
name "The Talk of the Town,"
starring Jean Arthur, Ronald Col
man and Cary Grant. A comedy
that is destined to bring laughs
from even those who have refused
thus far to even smile. What a
mess these three stars get into . . .
but they get out, but-only after
spreading mirth by the barrel.
. News of the day is on the same
program for the two days.
Aliens Creek News
By Mrs. Ed Rhinehart.
Lon Amnions spent Monday in
Harry Hembree, of Virginia, is
now spending sometime with his
Mr. and Mrs. Merritt Buchanan
have received a letter from their
son, Millard, who is 1,300 miles
from his home here.
Miss Jeanette Amnions and Mrs.
Roscoe Helms have returned home
after a five weeks visit in Concord,
Columbia and Charlotte,
Services are being conducted
every night at the Union Church
by the Rev. Will Massie. They are
being held especially for the boys
in the service.
Miss Ruth Ryder has returned
home from a visit in Charlotte.
Bill Range who holds a position
at Newport News Shipbuilding and
Dry Dock Company, is visiting his
Mr. and Mrs. Tene Craig and
children, and Miss Anna Belle Hull
spent Sunday in Swannanoa.
Mr. and Mrs. Granville Mull have
announced the marriage of their
daughter, Miss Hazel Mull, to Ar
thur Dills, of Flats. The marriage
was solemnized at Clayton, Ga.,
on Sunday, September 6th.
Mrs. Dills holds a position with
the Dayton Rubber Company here.
Mr. Dills is employed by the Pet
Dairy Products Company. The
young couple will reside for the
present with the bride's parents.
For Wednesday, comes a film
out of the archives and a wealth of
hitherto unshown film, acquired at
the risk of life and limb, the true
story of the last quarter-century
from Versailles to Pearl Harbor.
Entitled "United We Stand," the
film chronicle gives circulation and
purpose to the angry confusion of
It is the living, spectacular story
of the world's most explosive era,
photographed on the spot, with the
men who were and are making
history as its cast.
Thousands presidents, prime
ministers, emperors, dictators,
generals as well as the free and
captive peoples of the world
parade in true perspective be
fore the camera. They're all
there: together with all the unfor
gettable memories and men of the
past two and one-half decades.
"United We Stand" has been call
ed an inspiring. account torn from
civilization's most tumultuous pe-
riod. Screened against the blazing
background of the whole embat
tled earth and seven seas, it makes
one of the most unusual films ever
brought to the screen. The film has
NOTICE OF SERVING SUM
MONS BY PUBLICATION
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF HAYWOOD.
LETTIE. EVANS, Plaintiff
GRADY EVANS, (GRADY LET-
The Defendant, Grady Evans
(Gradv Letterman), will take no
tice that an action entitled as above
has been commenced in the Super-
Court of Haywood County,
North Carolina, wherein the Plain
tiff seeks an absolute divorce from
the Defendant; and that the de
fendant Grady Evans (Grady Let
terman) will further take notice
that he is required to appear at
the Office of the Clerk of the Su
perior Court of Haywood County,
North Carolina, in the Courthouse
at Waynesville, North Carolina,
within thirty days after the 8th
day of October, 1942, and answer
or demur to the complaint in said
action, or the Plaintiff will apply
to the Court for the relief demand
ed in said complaint.
This the 8th day of September,
Asst. Clerk of the Superior Court
of Haywood County, North Caro-;
GO BACK TO COLLEGE
Larry and Frank Williamson, Jr.,
who have been emDloveH at Pnrtn-
mouth. Va., spent the past week-end
witn their parents at Canton. They
left the first of the week for col
lege. Larry to Wake Forest, where
he is a senior. Frank, Jr., to Mars
Hill, where he will enter as a junior.
A doctor says half the people
kill themselves by work. The
other half probably kill them
selves dodging it.
a message the messace contain
ed in the title which proves for
all time that "Divide and Conquer"
can only work when disunity is
The storv is told Hit T.nuroil
Thomas, also three selected short
J. C. Madison, Pastor
"UDon-Holy Ground" will be the
pastor's subject in the morning
service. In the evening he will
speak on the question, "What Are
You Looking For?"
Sundav school opens at 9:45 in
the morning and the Methodist
Youth Fellowship meets at 7 o'clock
in the evening.
Rev. S. R. Crockett, Pastor
Sunday school 10 a. m., Paul Da
Preaching services at 11 a. Al
and 8 p. m., except 2nd and 3rd
Sundays. On these dates Mr.
Crockett preaches at Bethel in the
morning. Services as usual in the
evening at the Hazelwood church.
Young People Union at 7:15.
Rev. G. M. Carver, Pastor
Sunday school 10 a. m.
Morning worship 11 o'clock.
Prayer services each Wednes
Evening worship 8 o'clock,
day evening at 8 o'clock-
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
H. G. Hammett, Pastor
"Fifth Columnists of Waynes
ville," is the sermon subject for
Sunday morning worship at 11:00
o'clock. The subject for the ser
mon at evening worship at 8:00
o'clock is, "The Proof of Love."
These worship services will be of
especial interest to our weary minds
and bodies because of the emphasis
on prayer, congregational singing
and special music from the senior
and junior choirs. All in need of
physical healing and spiritual
strength will find Christ real.
The Bible School will meet at
9:45 a. m. At 7 p. m. the Train
ing Union will meet.
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE LESSON-SERMON
Assembly rooms, second floor
Sunday school 9:45.
Reading rooms open on Wednes
day from 2 to 4 o'clock.
"Substance" will be the subject
of the lesson-sermon at the regu
lar assembly hour on Sunday. The
Golden Text will be taken from
Psalms 135:13: "Thy name, O
Lord endureth forever; and thy
memorial, O Lord, throughout all
Among the citations which com
prise the lesson-sermon will be
the following from the Bible: "The
first of all the commandments is,
Hear, O Israel; Thy Lord our God
is one Lord; And thou shalt love
the Lord thy God with all they
heart, and with all thy soul, and
with all thy mind, and with all
thy strength; this is the first com
mandment. And the second is like,
namely this. Thou shalt love thy
neighbor as thyself." (Mark 12:-29-31).
GRACE EPISCOPAL CHURCH
Rev. Raymond E. MacBlain, Rector
Sunday, Sept. 13
9:45 a. nrt Church School,
11:00 a. m Morning Prayer and
3:00 p. m. Sunday School at
St. Mary's Micadale.
4:00 p. m. Evening Prayer at
St. David's Cullowhce.
LONG'S CHAPEL METHODIST
Miles A. McLean, Pastor
Sunday school at 10:00 with R.
H. Terrell, superintendent.
At the 11 o'clock service the
pastor will speak on the subject,
"What Men Live By: Love and
Worship." There will be an an
them by the choir, "Going Home,"
by Dvorak. ;
Sunday evening at 7:30 the
young people will meet, and Jean
ett Crawford will be the leader.
, IAN CHURCH
Rev. Malcolm R. Williamson,
R. H. Gibson, Superintendent of
Sunday School at 10:00 o'clock.
Morning Worship 11:00 o'clock.
Sermon Subject, "ADVANCING
Young Peoples meeting at 7:00
Mid-week prayer service Wed
nesday evening at 8:00 o'clock.
Rev. Frank Leatherwood, Pastor
Sunday school. 10 o'clock, Frank
Underwood, superintendent. Gen
eral lesson title, ''Joseph Sold Into
Slavery." Golden Text: "Charity
Morning worship at 11 o'clock.
Sermon subject, "Training the
Evening worship 7:30 o'clock.
Ratcliff Cove News
Mrs. Trouman Grasty and baby
have returned home from the hos
pital. .:' . ' -
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Cagle
had as their guest Sunday, Mr.
and Mrs. Arley Parton and children
Sermon subject, "Too Little and
Training Union 6:30 o'clock.
Prayer services each Wednesday
evening at 7:30 o'clock.
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
8rd 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
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