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SEPT. 17, 1942 (One Day Nearer Victory)
THE WAYNES VILLE MOUNTAINEER
I. r Madison,
II C- . .Iaaull for
r.T.wn at 9:45. . -
".Tnn o'clock hour we
till p r-i-, tn
meeting .t 7:00
, Malcolm R- Willimson,
I Gibson, Superintendent of
School at 10:00 oUock.
u.w. VFT THERE
hion auuj"-1" .
S will be a Congregational
"following the sermon for
Iose of electing two add!-
cHnr at 7:00
t-weeic prayer service Wednes-
nening a o.-v
CHL KI M
i, t patherwood. Pastor.
L chnnl. 10 o'clock. Frank
son title, "Juaan, an exam-
self Sacrifice." uoiaen ie,
L u ..r ve we tne love oi
rcu, Fwr -
because ne iflia uuwu un u
l5 and we ougnt to lay aown
11. fr the brethern." The
Uge American today thinks
L 0f his own sell, nis pleasures
comforts, than anyone else.
ming service, 11 o ciock. aer-
subject, "The uream oi
lenine service, csu uciw.
Uj subject, "The Kiss oi a
worship at 11:00 o'cleck, on the
subject, "Faith's Supreme Declaration.
At the eveninsr worshin th
preacher will be Rev. Jarvis Tea-
gue. This young man, of such
noble character and excellent, abili
ty as preacher, made a great and
lasting impression on our church
when he preached for us sometime
ago. He will occupy the pulpit for
the pastor who will go to Asheville
that night, to preach in revival
services sponsored by the State
Mission Board. ,
LONG'S CHAPEL METHODIST
Pastor, Miles A. McLean
Church school at 10:00 with R.
H. Terrell, superintendent.
At the 11 o'clock service the pas
tor will take as his topic, "Men
Live By Worship." There will be
an object lesson for the children.
The choir will sing a special an
them. In the evening at 7:00 the young
people will meet with Lawrence
Medford as leader.
Lw. tTninn. fl'JM o'clock.
layer services Wednesday even-
it 7:30 o'clocK.
IRST BAPTIST CHURCH
H, G. Hammett, rastor
. nf the fact that fear.
L mH nfnsion trouble the
h of people everywhere the
lor will preach, at tne morning
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE LESSON
Assembly rooms, second floor
Sunday school at 9:45.
Reading rooms open on Wednes
day afternoons from 2 to 4 o'clock.
"Matter" will be the subject of
the lesson-sermon at the regular
assembly hour on Sunday. The
Golden Text will be taken from
II Corinthians 6:16, "What agree
ment hath the temple of God with
Among the citations which com
prise the lesson-sermon will be the
following from the Bible: "And
tiod spake all these words, saying,
Thou shalt have no other gods
before me. Thou shalt not make
unto thee any graven image, or
any likeness of anything that is
heaven above, or that is in the
earth beneath, or that is in the
water under the earth." (Exodus
20:1, 3, 4). .
ST. JOHN'S CHURCH
Waynesville, St. John's Church
everv Sundav 8:00 and 11 -rm a m.
Sylva Community House, every
ounaay xi:uu 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,
iurialu An Example of Self -Sacrifice
HXfflUCHCS OM THM SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON
.SB InteraaUoswl. UnUprm
am the above topic for
iH M is Genesis 43-44. the
m Txt being I John S:K.
Joebjr know we love, because
k ULd down His life for ua: and
ought to lay down our lives
tth brethren.") ....
f m tft l.l t .iMnlaMii
gU 10 Ul CAUb4il( BIIU VI exit ivw
told la our lesson today. Jo-
i'i whole life was dramatic,
the time when he was sold
Ui brothers to the traveling
hanu, and carried into
it to the reconciliation with
brothers and reunion with his
liher, which will come next
When the famine, which cov
red the then known world, had
frame so bad in Canaan that Ja
& and his large family had no
xxl. Jacob instructed his sons to
to Egypt and buy grain so that
J might live. All ten of the
wu were to go. except Benjamin,
lie other son of Rachel, his he
wed. After losing Joseph. Jacob
tit he could not bear to let Ben
win leave him.
Journey to Egypt
The ten brothers then, jour
Kytd to Egypt, little thinking
'horn they should see there. They
ere brought before Joseph, who
pteed them at once, but his
Wtliera did not know him. Be
1 rauch overcome, and not
"wwing how they felt toward
m. Joseph talked roughly to
torn, ana accused them of being
J?ws. This they denied, telling
Ism they were all sons of one
pi. one. brother
IC!1 enn u-
.... mc younges
j with their father
U three days Joseph held
f ta prison, then he told them
ftey came again they must
Ft their brother with them. He
? commanded that they should
? m of their number In
Vft s hostage that they would
and bring Benjamin.
H wothers took counsel of one
saying that they had
gotten Into this trouble
they had sold Joseph and
ivr not cries for pity. Reu
k one wh0 bad tried to save
you remember, reminded
Jow he had tried to per
them not to hurt him, and
the result of their hatred of
iw brother now was that the life
it.eer was required. As
!tk Z, in tne1' own language
id n know that thev were
.--mood by Joseph. V
Wor. ,KWa 8eized " bound
filled with corn th.
tn wf"" v" sacK on the Jour-
had died and
youngest, was at
Boom TuT . "Va discovered the
aataih . 0 paJd for e corn
pCPtfK-They all then
sicr,., ,Z Mck nd fourid their
WO Was th n
ftachM. it when they
home, and also about the
Insisting that they
back j7ri?min wen they went
cob .aid: "My .on .h.ll
not go down with you; for his
tjrother U ad, and he la left
tJona: If mischief befall him ny
the way la which yt go, then shall
ye bring down my gray hairs with
sorrow to the grave."
Grain Is Eaten
At last the grain they had
brought with them was all gone
and unless they wished to starve
they must go back to Egypt
Judah said they did not dare to go
back without Benjamin, and In
deed would not go wtthout him.
ending: "Send the lad with me.
and we will arise and go; that we
may live, and not die: both we.
and thou, and also our little ones.
t hp mirptv for him: of my
hmH ahnit thou reouire him; If I
bring him not unto thee, and set
him before thee, men lei me ucr
the blame for ever."
Reluctantly Jacob let them go.
They took back the money they
had found in their grain sacks,
more money to buy the new grain,
and gifts for Joseph. Seeing first
Joseph's steward, they told him
the whole story; he cheered them
and told them not to be afraid,
and brought Simeon to them. Jo
seph was overcome when he saw
Benjamin. He asked them if thlr
father was well and then had to
go to his chamber to weep before
he could say more. Then he took
them to his house and had a great
feast spread before them, heaping
Benjamin's plate with five times
the food he served the other broth
ers. Possibly he wanted to see ir
they still were envious of this best
beloved of their father's.
They had Just started on their
homeward Journey when Joseph
sent his steward after them, say
ing that his silver cup was miss
ing The brothers were horrified,
and searched their sacks of corn.
In each was again found the pur
chase price of the grain they
had bought, and In Benjamin's the
cup was found. More terrified than
ever they hastened back to Jo
seph, and Judah told, him about
h mnnn and the cup and
' that they all would become Jo
seph's servants a P"'"0'"""
Joseph answered that Benjamin,
In whose sack the cup was found,
should become his slave, but the
rest should go home to their fa-
Then Judah made the ultimate
sacrifice. He pictured his father
allowing this beloved younger son
to go with them only because he.
Judah, had promised to bring him
safely back. He told of his fa
ther's grief at Joseph's supposed
death, and how Jacob had said it
would bring his gray hairs with
sorrow to the grave If Benjamin
too was lost to him. He would
stay, he said, and become Joseph s
servant If only Benjamin was per
mitted to go home with the other
brothers . . ,
"For how shall I go to my fa
ther, and the lad be not with me ?
lest peradventure 1 see the evU
that shall come on my father! .
Judah had been a wlcVed maa
He had plotted to kill Joseph, but
at last he had redeemed himself
In next week s lesson we shall see
what Joseph s answer w
Fines Creek News
By Mrs. D. N. Rathbone.
With September here the farm
ers are busier than ever before.
They are cutting their tobacco. The
crop is much better than it was
expected and the corn crops are
waiting to be harvested and not a
minute to spare as every spare
moment is needed now aa we march
forward to do our bit.
A, rally day program will be giv
en Sunday afternoon, September
20, at the LauYel Hill Methodist
Church, the program will be under
the direction of Mrs. D. N. Rath
bone and Mrs. Roy Green. Those
taking part on the program are
as follows. The opening song, "The
Old Rugged Cross": a talk by the
leader, prayer by the Rev. Melton
Harbin, rally poem by Mary Grey
Walker, a salute given by the Jun
ior and Primary class led by Miss
Katherine Clary, a duet by Miss
Edna Green and Katherine Clark
every 2nd and 4th Sunday 8:00
Highlands, School Auditorium,
every Sunday 11:00 a. m.
Murphy, Regal Hotel, every 1st
and 6th Sunday (C. W. T.) 7:00
with string music.
Scripture reading by Miss Cumi
Greene, a solo by Mrs. Melton Har
bin, a story by Miss Betty Jane
Hvmn bv the Junior Class: "Take
Up Thy Cross," 67th Psalm by Miss
a trio bv Miss Edna Green. Ruby
Rathbone and Katherine Clark. A
ntnru hv Mrs. Rov Green. A duet
by Mr. and Mrs. Melton Harbin.
Hvmn bv the Intermediate class.
Benediction by the pastor.
There are a number of farmers
in our section who have grown a
patch of cane. Some have already
made their molasses.
Mr. and Mrs. Murphy Rathbone
and Mrs. J. P. Haynes, mother of
the latter, left last' week for Mon
roeville, N. J., where they will live.
Mr. Rathbone will be employed in
the shipyard there.
Mr. and Mrs. Virge Beasley of
Madison, announce the birth of a
daughter, Kate, on September 5th.
There will be a decoration day at
the Spring Creek Methodist Church
Mark Green, who has been in the
Navy for the past three years and
now located in New York, arrived
; NOW AT COLLEGE
Miss Roberta Moody, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Hilliard Moody,
left Sunday for Greensboro where
she will enter tne woman s ouege
as a freshman.
last week to visit his father, Bob
bie Green. Frank Green, who is
employed at Newport News, is also
John Rathbone, who has been
serving in the U. S. Army since
last fall, and recently a patient in
a New Jersey hospital with a brok
en leg, is home on a fifteen-day
furlough visiting his mother, Mrs.
Woodfin Ledford, a soldier of
the U. S. Army, is visiting his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Newton Led
ford, at their home on Fines Creek.
Miss Flora Mae Walker, who at
tends college at Asheville, spent
the week-end with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Grady Walker.
One of the richest mines of sal
vaged metal in England has been
from bombed sites, $4,000,000
worth of bricks and metal having
been removed from debris during
the past year.
M V n (hi M
IM U Urn HV IM V.
All Fall Shades and
"Home Of Better Values"
John B. Stetson
Belk - Hudson's Value Giving
Continues With Bargains Galore On Both Floors
ON THIS SPECIAL
LOT OF CORDED
All Season's Colors
1.98 . 5.95
Others all wool and part
1.98 to 5.95
(No cuffs on wool or
Beautiful Fall Bon-aire
DRESS SHIRTS - - - now $1.48
Men's Part Wool Coat or Slipover
SWEATERS--on sale $1.48
Ribbed Knit or Rabbit Hair Solid and 2-Tont
Belk-Hudson Brings You
Double Bed Size Cotton
70 by 80 inches
Choice of colors
..Large assortment of..
Others $7.95 $10.95
We must make room for
carpenters and mechan
ics who are completely
renovating and modern
izing our entire store.
Work is going forward
on schedule, and before
long we will have a larg
er store, and one of the
most beautiful in the
Ladies' 100 Ail-Wool
In 3 styles CoatSlop
py Joe and Slipovers. ;
AH new fall colors now
By Lerncraft all colors
Buy at Belk's
A Special Purchase Of Fall
Spun Rayon Gabardine Also
In fall fabrics and colors you
will love . . , and styles that
have been acclaimed the sea
successes ........ Cm f w CP
Beautiful Selection Newest Fall
4oliahan Logan and June Arden
thin " special - group of ( outstandihg
dressed come in all new fall colors,
in varied designs. Those who appre
ciate style, and quality at a low
price will like these.
SALE ... .
Latest Type and Shades
Felt Hats -now $1
Some with veils others without
A Special 3-Piece Combination - $5.55
Part Wool Sport
In Beautiful Plaid
Now at only
Buy Your Coat NOW!--Buy It Here and SAVE!
Assorted Colors In Boy-Girl
FLEECE COATS - $12.95
Large variety of colors and styles Try
one on today.
Reversables In Solid or Plaids
Coats On Sale--- $10.95
Greet Fall and Winter in one of these Buy
while stocks are complete
i"St . . '
Thousands of Yards to Select from
54-inches wide New fall
One to five yard lengths.
All Fast Colors OCh0
Many Designs Cm w
Heavy Cotton Plaids - - - - - - 290 yd.
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