SEPT. 24, 1942 (One Day Nearer Victory) THE WAYNES VILLE MOUNTAINEER Page 3 Lw Board I Favorably On Upplicatio ms were wanted hv the local ration iWM. V week, it was r"B the board. mT" .,mher were the JameB. of Clyde, and -J "tireS and 1 irui-a tk0 uT Waynesville, hauling Bbb. Parr Lumber Mt Sterling. ("J- -?1 1-.- nA i truck tube. KtVf Mt Sterling, P M, . "Naval order," rand 2 truck tub,; Soeers, of Waynesville, ! i rarrier, 1 passenger re t Thomas Stringneld, of "ville, physician, 2 passen- ?pt,,ittP.' of Waynesville, 7T1 :UII-1"' i"' .. :,. i rvnReneer 1 mail car''t r I D Ketner, of WaynesvUle, t hauler, 2 truck recaps; f ' H navis, of Waynesviue, inle'f, 2 irutK 1 .V 1 Admimstraiiu'i, ib""j jftioti, Waynesviue, . fo Allison, of Waynesville, 1 upriylDwl 1 . Texas Co. of a, r . urn, ' Lville, fuel hauler, 2 truck I n A. Yarborough, Way- i. plumbing service, ' 1 Ham. Vflft, evillf, vocauuimi nume . -! 1- nmir nAgftenPer fe teaciwi, r- IFECTIONL F BALANCE Lford ciltei doo't fall down ... Eiyi hive even, balanced texture! ilum. either, to leave bitter it. rREE! New weariest recit oklet Be a kitchen patriot iwrre vital supplier. Write to r! Rumford Baking Powder, i CS, Rumford, Rhode Island. LONG'S CHAPEL METHODIST CHURCH Pastor, Miles A. McLean Church school at 10:00 with R. H. Terrell, Superintendent. Public worship at 11 :00 with the pastor taking "World Service" as his theme, and as his text, "None of us liveth to Himself, and no Man Dieth to Himself," Rom. 14:7. There will be an anthem by the choir. Sunday evening at 8 o'clock there will be a musical program by the Long's Chapel Choir, under the di rection of Charles G. Klopp, with Miss Anna Glosser the pianist. The young people will meet at 7:00 p. m. Sunday evening with Christine Underwood as leader. QUARTERLY CONFERENCE AT MT. ZION On next Sunday night at 8 o'clock, the Crabtree charge quar terly conference will convene at Mt. Zio'n Methodist Church. Rev. W, L. Hutchins, district superin tendent will preside. Rev. Wm. H. Neese is pastor. CIRCLE TO MEET The Ladies' Circle of the Hazel wood Baptist Church will meet at the home of Mrs. W. H. Snyder, today at 2:30 o'clock. THE HAZELWOOD BAPTIST Rev. Frank Leatherwood, pastor Sunday School 10 o'clock, Frank Underwood, superintendent. The general lesson title, "Joseph, an example of forgiveness." Golden Text, "Be ye kind one to another, tender hearted, forgiving one an other, even as God for Christ's sake hath forgiven you." This spirit will prevent wars and relieve distress and suffering. Morning service 11 o'clock. Evening service . 7:30 o'clock. Rev. H. A. Quick of Canton will fill the pulpit at both services due to the absence of the pastor. Training Union at 6:30 o clock. Prayer service Wednesday even ing at 7:30 o'clock. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH At the morning worship and Sunday school Promotion : and Rally Day features will be given. At 9:45 a. m. the Sunday school will assemble in departments. At 10 o'clock the entire Sunday school will convene in the auditorium for special features by each depart ment. At 11 a. m. the program will have a patriotic note as a team from Camp Croft come to conduct the inspirational worship at this hour. Mr. Tom Greening and John Nyle Walker of Camp Croft will DIXIE SPECIALS 2 Lb. Jar Peanut Butter- - 35c Half Gal. Jars -99 Doz. 5c Boxes Matches ---3 b 10 Large Size Octagon Soap 4 17 Thick Fat Back - - -141 Lb. Mustard 121 Large Quaker Oats -- - 25 Telln Quart Bottle ONIONS 5c lb. I BLEACH -100 AH Flavors : JELLO--4 ' 25 Men Are Being Urged To Join U. S. Navy Chief Petty Officer William Bas kerfield, of the Asheville recruiting station, federal building, spent Tuesday in this area for the pur pose of interesting men in joining the U. S. navy. Officer Basker field explained that even though a man has received his orders to report for induction under the selective service, he may still volunteer for the navy right up to the moment of his induction. After induction, he further pointed out, a man no longer has any choice, but will have to serve participate. At 8 p. nv. at the evening wor ship the pastor will preach on "The Religion of the Croat." The Senior and Young Peoples choirs will offer special worship music. The Training Union will have an extra feature at this hour. WAYNESVILLE PRESBYTER IAN CHURCH Rev. Malcolm R. Williamson, pastor R. H. Gibson, Superintendent of Sunday School. Sunday School at 10:00 o'clock. Morning Worship 11:00 o'clock. Sermon Subject: "STEPHEN, A MAN FULL OF FAITH." The ordination and installation of W. II. F. Millar and J. T. Rus sell, Jr., as deacons wiy follow the morning sermon. All ruling elders and deacons of the church will par ticipate in the ordination service. The Young People will meet for supper at the church at six o'clock. The mid-week Prayer service Wednesday evening at 8:00 o'clock. WAYNESVILLE METHODIST J. C. Madison, Pastor Sunday school, M. H. Bowles, Supt., with classes for all ages opens at 9:45. Promotion Day will be observed throughout all de partments. Special programs for the occasion are planned. At the eleven o'clock hour. Rev. W. L. Hutchins, district superin tendent, will bring the message. In the evening the pastor will speak on the subject, "As A Man Thinketh." The Methodist Youth Fellowship meets at 7 o'clock. Beginning with Sunday, Sep tember 27, and going through to Sunday, October 4, Religious Edu cation Week will be observed in this church. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE LESSON SERMON Assembly ' rooms, second floor Masonic Temple. Sunday school at 9:45. Reading room open Wednesday afternoons from 2 to 4 o'clock. "Reality" will be the subject of the Lesson-Sermon at the regular assembly hour on Sunday morning. The Golden Text will be taken from Lamentations 5:9, "Thou, O Lord rem a i nest for ever; thy throne from generation to genera tion." Among the citations which com prise, the lesson-sermon will be the following from the Bible: "Finally, brethren, whatsoever things are true, whatsoever things are honest, whatsoever things are just, what soever things are pure, whatso ever things are lovely, whatsoever things are of good report; if there be any virtue, and if there be any praise, think On these things." (Phil. 4:8). ST, JOHN'S CHURCH Waynesville, every Sunday, 11 a. m. ' v Bryson City, every 1st Sunday, 8 a. m. j Franklin, every 2nd and 4th sunaay, 8 a. m. Cherokee, every 3rd Sunday, 8 a. m. Sylva, every 5th Sunday, 8 a. m. 25 Lb. Bag . : ' Scratch Feed - - 67 D'sie Home Salad Dressing q. 29 J Tall or 6 Baby Dixie Home Evaporated Milk 25 He,P Win the W, Ttv Tin n IT War Ttnnds and Stamps wHh Your Savings from Our Food Prices. NOTICE SERVING SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION IN THE SUPERIOR COURT STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA, COUNTY OF HAYWOOD. TOWN OF WAYNESVILLE, ' VS.'. '. . JEROME J. BRIDGES (widower) ; BESSIE BALL and husband, AU ES; and wife,: MRS. JAMES BRIDGES; FLORA DAVIS and husband, GUDGER DAVIS; YAN CEY BRIDGES and wife, MRS YANCEY BRIDGES; BENJAMIN BRIDGES and wife, LENORA BRIDGES, and HAYWOOD COUNTY. The defendants, Jerome J. Brid ges, Bessie Ball, Augustus Ball, James Bridges, Mrs. James Bndg es, Yancey Bridges and Mrs. Yanc ey Bridges, will take notice that an action entitled as above has been commenced in the Superior Court of Haywood County, N. C, to fore close tax and special assess ment liens on real estate situate in. the aforesaid county and state, and the said de fendants will further take notice that they are required to appear at the office of the Clerk of the Su perior Count of said county in the Courthouse in Waynesville, N. C, within thirty days after the 14th 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 September 14th, 1942. C. H. LEATHERWOOD, Clerk Superior Court. Dellwood News Wiley Davis, of Washington, is visiting Mrs. Wiley Galloway, and other relatives in the county. Wilson Maghan is home from where he is placed. On Monday there were 44 boys from Western North Carolina, who joined the navy at the Asheville office. ' They made up the second largest group leaving the Western North Carolina area, the largest being the replacement crew of 132 who volunteered for duty on the "ABbeville." All indications are that the western section will again lead all other parts of the st tie in the number of volunteers in the navy, according to Officer Baskerfield, who was en route here to Murphy, with stops along the way. W. Lee McElrath Named President of Y's Men's Club In Canton W. Lee McElrath, personnel di rector of the Canton division of the New Jersey for a visit. Charlie Allison visited his son, Hugh Allison, over the week-end. Frank Bolden had the misfor tune to break his leg last Sunday. The Woman's Missionary Socie ty met last Friday, but the at tendance was not as large as had been expected. Miss Elisabeth Ferguson has re turned to Greensboro, where she will resume her work at the Wo man's College of the University of North Carolina, where she is a member of the junior class. Champion Paper and Fibre Com pany and past president of the Champion Y. M. C. A., has been elected president of the Canton Y's Men's Club. He succeeds John Pierce, who held the office for the past year. Others elected include: J. R. Sechrest, of the chemical labora tory staff, vice president; Guy V. Roberts, secretary ; R, T. Henson, treasurer; and Robert Simpkins, director. Officers are elected for a six months term. CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank the many friends, both white and colored. for the helpful services rendered, the beautiful floral tribute ana other exoressiona of ivmDathr tendered during the illness and death of our beloved husband and brother. Ella Mae Copney and Family. ,vrn" Fire. . .. c, Come To We Have It! ' i Schedules v ' , t Aaoi,ion a It Costs So Little to Look So Lovely When You Shop at BELK -HUDSON'S NEW FALL DRESSES By McKETTRICK and JONATHAN LOGAN Values that must be seen to be appreciated. A lovely, group of dresses in popular Fall styles and col ors. Youll thrill at them ... hurry for your selection now. $5.95 OTHER GROUPS . At 9.95 to 16.50 Tweed Coats Of beautiful fabrics for Fall at a low price. $12.95 PLAID Reversables The all - purpose coat wear it rain or shine. 995ol650 You reallv must see these One Special Group Of SUITS AND DRESSES Beautiful dresses and suits in new dark backgrounds ... several tailored styles to select from. 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