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I pAY, OCTOBER 8, 1942 (One Day Nearer Victory)
THE WAYNES VILLE MOUNTAINEER
Cps; Get Scrap
D , u tkiir ueond meet-
Kew ;chl year in the
f - of the school Monday
frm,t-Lce Davis, presi-
CTstringfield, who W-
P hiwt was. his ex-
, announced by the presi-
St the regular Hallowe'en
W1 . . v.U anil mill.
preappointed: Mrs Mary
goody,. Mm. ""- Z
Sirriett Withers, Mrs. L. C.
Uind Mrs. J. E. bnieias.
lrence u !
U the scnooi, T" r V .
Ij through tne scoou. wu
fr Voan inM in one
,hmueh the school.
I mrpspntatives were also
Ll they are: ,
ss Erma Patterson nrui srue,
on., tt Welch.
"i, CfrJnjrfipW first
iss in""an,"c uo -
h Mrs. HugH uaii.
4.'. Murcuerite Clark second
Lois Harrow seconu siauc,
Rufus Clark. I
n Carl Ratcliff second grade,
Julius Hoyle and Mrs. Wayne
pre, . . .
:s! Ellen Louise iuiiian mini
Lie Mrs. Gene W yaw ana jars.
hole Whitner. - , : , ,
tra. Mary Lou Mooay s inira
K.Mrs. E. A. Green. .
ss Daisy coya s lourcn graae,
Mrt- June Smatners' lourcn
lie, Mrs. J. W. Moody.
if Harriett Withers' fourth
nit, Mrs. Roy Robinson and Mrs.
in. Bonnie Clark's fifth grade,
i. L c. Waddell and Mrs. W. S.
rrelli. v .
Jin T. Crawford's fifth grade,
First Aid Course
A course in First Aid was start
ed at the Hazelwood school on
Monday evening with Rudolph
Carswell in charge.
The classes will be held each
Monday and Thursday evenings at
7:30 o'clock in the lunch room of
the school for several weeks.
The course is open to all in the
community, any person wishing
to enter the class now may do so
and time lost on the first class may
be made up. The second meeting
will be held tonight at 7:30. The
public is urged to attend.
Those enrolled Monday evening
are as follows: Mrs. C. N. Allen.
C N. Allen, Hugh Browning,
George Bischoff, Mrs. Fred Camp
bell, Max Edward Cochran, Miss
Willie Mae Cope, C. D. Creasman,
John Evans, James A. Gwyn, Mrs.
Bessie Lee Gwyn, Miss Wilma
Hoyle, Ralph Hyde, Karl Kenneth
Karns, Mrs. Helen A. Karns, Miss
Artie Knight, Miss Letha Knight,
J. A. McClure, Jack McClure, F. C.
Morrison, Chas. E. Palmer, Mrs.
Bill Prevost, W. F. Queen, Heinz
W. Roleman, C. A- Scruggs, G. C.
Summerow, Ernest C. Truitt,
Roger Walker and E. C. Wagenfeld.
Rev. S. R. Crockett, pastor.
Sunday School 10 o'clock with
Paul Davis, superintendent.
Morning worship, 11 o'clock each
Sunday morning except 2nd and
5th Sundays. Bvenmg worship
every Sunday at 7:30 o'clock.
At 7:30 Sunday evening there
will be an installation service with
the Rev. George Bradley Hammond,
of Canton, the Rev. Malcolm Wil
liamson of Waynesville and the
Rev. Roberson of Bryson City, of'
f iciating. The public is invited.
mon subject, "The Wisdom of Win
ners."- '- ; . .
Evening worship 7:30 o clock.
Sermon subject, "A Heavenly light
and a voice."
Training Union 6:30 o clock.
Prayer services Wednesday even
ing at 7:30 o'clock.
A weeks training course for the
four groups of the Training' Union
will begin Monday evening at 7:30.
The Rev. H. G. Hammett, Miss
Madge Lewis, Mrs. Sam Knight
and Miss Cox will be the teachers.
is the pastor's sermon subject for
Sunday morning at 11:00 o'clock.
In the evening hour of worship at
8:00 o'clock the subject is, "The
Privileges of the Christian."
At the evening worship the or
dinance of Baptism will be admin
istered. The Senior and Young
Peoples Choirs will participate in
THE HAZELWOOD BAPTIST
Rev. Frank Leatherwod, pastor
Sunday School 10 o'clock with
Frank Underwood, superintendent.
General lesson title, "Loyalty to
Christ," Golden Text, "What
things were gain to me, those I
counted loss for Christ." If ever
there was a time when we should
show our colors for Christ it is now.
Morning worship, 11 o'clock. Ser-
J. C. Madison, pastor.
Sunday School with classes for
all ages opens at 9:45.
At the 11:00 o'clock hour an in
stallation service for the newly
elected officials of the church will
be held. At that time the pastor
will speak on the subject, "What
the Church Stands For." His sub
ject in the evening service will be,
The Methodist Youth Fellowship
holds its regular meetings' on Sun
day evenings at 7:00 o'clock.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Waynesville, N. C.
"God's Work In a World At War'
Rev. Malcolm R. Williamson, pastor
R. H. Gibson, Superintendent of
Sunday School at 10:00 o clock.
Morning Worship, 11:00 o'clock.
Sermon Subject, "COME OVER
AND HELP US."
Intermediate and Young Peoples
Leagues at 7:30 p. m.
Mid-week Prayer service Wed
nesday evening at 8:00 o'clock.
will be an anthem by the choir.
The young people will meet at
7:00 p. m.
The young adults will meet
Thursday at the church at 8 p- m.
LONG'S CHAPEL METHODIST
Miles A. McLean, pastor.
Sunday school at 10:00 a. m.,
with classes for all ages.
Church service at 11:00 with the
pastor taking as his topic, "God
Will Bless America, If. . ." The
text will be 2 Chron. 7:14, and there
Assembly rooms, second floor,
Sunday school at 9:45.
Reading room open Wednesday
afternoons from 2 to 4 o'clock.
"Are sins, disease, and death
real!" will be the subject of the
lesson-sermon at the assembly hour
at 11 o'clock on Sunday morning.
The Golden Text will be taken
from Psalms 8:8, "Salvation be-
longth unto the Lord, Thy bless
ing is upon thy people.
Among the citations comprising
the lesson-sermon will be the fol
lowing from the Bible: "I will extol
Thee, Oh Lord,' for thou hast lifted
me up, and has not made my foes
to rejoice over me." (Psalms 30:1.)
Franklin, every 2nd and 4th
Sunday, 8 a. m.
Cherokee, every 3rd Sunday, 8
Sylva, every 5th Sunday, 8 a. m.
Casein, chemical product from
cow's milk, is potentially useful
to thousands of manufacturera.
ST. JOHN'S CHURCH
Waynesville, every Sunday,
Bryson City, every 1st Sunday,
Sell Now While Prices
C D. KETNER, Owner
Mrs. Dewey Brendle and Mrs. New.
Mrs. Sam Knight's fifth grade,
Mrs. Dewey Hyatt and Mrs. Sam
Mrs. Josephine Brown's sixth
grade, Mrs. Claud McClure and
Mrs. II. B. Milner.
Mrs. Bramlett Stone's sixth
grade, Mrs. W. B. Winchester and
Mrs. R. E. Swanger.
Lawrence Leatherwood's sixth
grade, Mrs. Henry Francis, Mrs.
Hayes Bryson and Mrs. Raymond i
The membership chairman an
nounced that 103 paid members had
been obtained since Wednesday,
The glee club accompained by
Miss Marguerite Clark, rendered
two numbers, "Patriot" and "Star
Miss Lois Harrold's second grade
room was awarded the half holiday
for having the most parents pres
ent at the meeting.
POTOMAC INSURANCE COMPANY. OP WASHINGTON, O. C
Condition Doctmbor 30, 1940, At Shown By SUUmont Fllod
r..i..i u i. .t. ... i... ....$1,000,000.00
i.H.r tV. nc. Hat DKvioua er. o.010,S!.75: Total ... 6,10,8i.76
r uHhniH-r. t ooa X7& Ki' liiacelUiMOiu. 110.848.81
nut. To Policyholder!, l,18t,8t.4; MKctllUMia, i,iV
712.8: ToUl i 1,758,0S.78
malum Written or renewed during war, ll,6J4,161.; In Fore I,76,0o.7l
0Ur Premium! Written or renewed durinf year, lt,76,I.0: In
Force ......w. l,60,0.8e
bnn Loiiu on Real EeUte 4.uo,ou
iJ u..i. u..l,. 4.608.783.00
Mi b nnmninv'. Off if . . . . . . J ........ . 1,82.7
hMmA in Tn.uf nnmr.nu Br.fi Rank. Ttttt tin interClt . . . ... 709,884.47
ftwud In Trust Companiea and Banka on lnterert .................. 1 8.000 .0 0
M i balance,. renrfii-Mtlni buaineaa written aubaeauent to October 1, 1041 6l4,746.J
W. hal.ru... .rrMMtln. itHn.u written tirinr ta October 1. 1941 6.VH8.DZ
tM rWrl lt.in.iir.nr.. Unlinm Pavihl 0,888.88
rrHl unrl H.nta rlii. anrl .rwu.rl . .1 HX,Z4X.4Z
r " ...Ann.
hr Auu-tji H.t.ll.rl in arjitement OD.OIU..
Tot, , . .8,06.041.1S
la Aurtl not dmitted ........ .... ................ t ....... ; .... . 104,166.80
Total admitted Aaaeta 6,64,885.88
it imoimt nf nnnsirl lr..,. ...I rl.im. . t 0.1,412.91
aMd prfiniume ............. . . ........................ .,424,180.o
jtim, rents, exti-ntt-a. hills, flpcoiinta . feea. due or accrued ....i ...;. 2,314.48
Kimaird iitunti, n..-u,l. r,p .'.il.rul Rtj.,. rountv and municitml taxes
due or accrued ' . . i"."1-""
atinjrent cummissions, or other chartrea due or accrued . . . 08,000.011
ma luuiiiiics, us detailed In atatement .,'
... . . . . . ; . . .3,22a,34.i3
,o, 964, 886.83
Total amount of all liabilities except Capital
tpital actually iraid ud In cash . . ..............
PTta over all liabilities ... . . . ....... . .
Prim regards Tolicyboldera ....................
Total Liabilities .... . . . .'. . ......
RIISIMr&S IM SODTU OAROI INA DURINO 194Il
lit Bi.r. . :r a in, nr.. n .i..a.l t C.lrlA.OO
r rfir.icu ............a VWU,tVU.VV, r dJli Ulil.
P Otbtr Risks written ........ 1,262,969.00: 'I'remiuiiia received . . . . 11,1.00
a incurred Fire ........ 2,218.00; Paid ....... l,X4-..
ineurred-r-AU other . . . fi.OS2.OOr Paid 6,097.00
Ptmdent, John H. (Jrady, Secretary, Douglas K. Phillips.
ome Office, 902 F, St., M. W., Washington, D. O.
attorney for service: Dan C. Boney, Inaurance Commissioner, Raleigh, N.
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA,
Raleurn. Julr 9th. 1942.
L Dan P nr.nA i r-. i i v uriif. ih.r th. .km. I. a true
f """d sbstract of the statement of the Potomac Inauranca Company of Washington,
l V- filed With thi. n-nr.n.rr .l.oi . V,. .winrlirinn nf BBIrl ComDailT. Otl the 81st
W " December, 1941.
ibksi mj band and official aeal. the day and year a bore written.
DAN C. BONKT.
OVIDENCE WASHINGTON INSURANCE COMPANY, OF PROVIDENCE, R. I.
Contiitinn rimMh XI 1AAJ1 A m Chntatn Rw ftlaltamsint Fllwi
onnt at ponitni u i . A Ann Ann on
1 - fitlU 111 CMO eUaat .s.asa-a7 " " - f ----- i
PntLeder Assets, Dec. s 1st previous year, 15,44,44.27; Total . 16,944,44.27
rtrom 'n r.vK . nc ao. oe. Ui.llaH.... A 7 3 Hfil An
aentsTo Policyholders, $2.93,880.44: Miscellaneous, $4,373,-
ir.;Z:"l.. ................ : '
L liL , written or renewed during year, 5,871,i.i; in rorce
t" TOer Premiums Written or renewed during year, $8,830,788.20: In
1 force , .
of Real Virff ' ' 'ASSETS
t?. B"d. and st ::::::::::::::i::::::i.:::,.
KosiM t"mni"1' Offioe
KmM n J st Companiea and Banka not on interest ......... ; . .
Iwti h.'in Compiniea and Banks on interest ................
I oaiances, representina; buaineaa written subsequent to October 1,
I 1V41 . . ................. ...
44urt f?'f"CM representing bu'sineM written prior to October 1, 1941 .
I a itrT , . , Re'neranc Balance Payable . . . .".
?.J', Uken ,or Hr risU .............
fce!?!2b Uken ,or otter riiki
hou, i nM am nd accrued
wis, aa detailed in statement
Total ' '
' 't8 not arlmitrri
T"tj.l admitted Assets ...............
I .nil ITICS
JWjml . of unpaid losses and claims ........
n.. , " premturna ........ .
j'r"ts. expenses, bills, accounts, feet due or accrued .
i "mount payable for Federal. State, county and municipal taxes
W, u or accrued
i commissions, or other chanrea due or accrued
Ml stfcrr iT.r.'i .Irem Premums due other companies
I : , aa detailed in
amount of all liabilities except Capital
as Annoon oo
11 liabilitiea 6.816,875.67
Total Liabilities $16,744,064.08
iks .ri.r BUSINESS IN NORTH CAROLINA DURING 0941
HCl" $9,429,410.00; Premiums received ......
weT, written ........ 9,174,588.00; Premiums received ..
fiSM ........... 14 840.00; Paid...., S'Sti 22
. ""curred All oth a nil no- Paid r46.00
Br'"h; - C. Rouse; Secretary, H. T. Pnenney; Treasurer. 8. Duncomb.
iOffice, to Wacbet Square. Providence, R. I. .
'or service: n.r n nr,.n in.nranr Commlseiorer. Raleigh, K. 0.
dtitb ix vnPTH CAROLINA
, . D. l.l-t. Jnlv Sth. 1942
.J0 0. Boner. Tnrr.n r..i a. hn.hr rertifr that the above is a true
f1 ttis ll I 'roridence Washington Imrurance Company, of Providence R. I. filed
her, ' "howin the condition of said Company, on the flat day ol
. . 6,493,975.92
, . 40,000.00
I i sSaal I i s I
Get Ready For Old Man Winter
With One Of Our Beautiful
if . rrv i n i -i
Ltf' PIN- )
' ;Ll aa
Rich looking styles that will
keep you snug and warm.
Come and see them.
New tweeds, herringbones,
plaids in fall colors . . . Sizes
12 to 42.
Others to $12.95
New fall printed and
solid crepes in popular
colors for now through
winter. Sizes 14 to 20.
New spun rayons and
solid and printed crepes
in smart fall styles. Sizes
14 to 46.
Other Spun Rayons $3.95
Women's Hats $1
In tweeds, fleeces and her
ringbones. Sizes 4 to 14.
Striped chambray, soli d
and printed percale for
school wear. Sizes 2 to 14.
Others to $2.98
Men's Leather Jackets
Taffeta lined ...........
Black only .
Men's Wool Jackets
Navy Melton with
Boys' Melton Jacket $2.48
Winter Is Coming
Our remodeling program is going along on schedule, and before very long,
this will be one of the most modern stores in this section. Right now, carpen
ters and plasterers are working like a hive of bees on the job, but all passage
ways and selling spaces are clear for our customers.
Come on in see the bargains galore we have
and trade at BELK-H UDSON'S.
it will pay you to visit
You need one f
these for practi
Floral or tile
In popular fall
BOYS' CORDUROY ZIPPER
Brown or grey mixtures. For all kinds of weather.
Others $3-95 $4.95
PANTS TO MATCH
L 0 N G I E S $1.98-$2.98
KNICKERS ----- $1.48
Slipover and coat styles for school wear
Boys' Work SHIRTS
Good shirts in blue and grey coverts ... ...
Boys' Dress PANTS $1 l S
Brown, blue, green- Sizes are 6 to 16.
Winter Union Suits
Long sleeves and ankle length.
Men's Work Pants
mforized vat dyed t art fltQ
ue and tan J Jtf2
Men's Coverts Shirts
Blue and ey covert work
shirts . . . Sanforized .........
ISS Notebook Fillers
"Home Of Better Values"
"y hand and official seal, the day and year bD'rt30NKT
J Inauranca Conuniaaioner.
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