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0j)jiY, OCTOBER 29, 1942 (One Day Nearer Victory)
THE WAYNES VILLE MOUNTAINEER
IVing the occasion were
ft?? Iimer Bryson, Mr.
Prance Rogers and fam
Krs. Henry Haynes
fr'l Mr. Mta Price
Cauley Rogers, and
rrndMr8. W. B.Nolana,
ML pvmond McCracken
l" , , Miss Lois Ferguson,
f.nd children, Mr.
n J Noland, Mrs. Jacs:
I fitory and his Rambling
KSt0!l will aoDear at the
Ki"! . s,hool Friday night,
v tr? m. onf. is RDonsor-
LONG'S CHAPEL METHODIST
Pastor, Miles A. McLean.
Church school at 10:00.
Public worshin at 1 1 .no with tv.
F .WW n .VU U1C
pastor taking as his topic, "A Les
son in Christian f:hnrto " TV,.
will be an anthem by the choir.
aunaay evening- at 7:30 the
young people will meet
- First aid course mmr Mnnrtin
and Tuesday from 10:00 a. m. to
3:00 p. m.
Hallnwe'pn iwrv fn trAuM - -
1 -J v ;uuii pCU-
pie on Saturday night, beginning
at i .ov.
v. ware the fines
fffchool children along with
, teachers la"
Thome, and getting scrap
"the road. Among those us
the'r trucks Wednesday on
..Creek in gathering scrap
, Hiram Green, Jack Bradley,
I Fertruson, Jack luricpaincK,
W ' ... 1..- TTovlon Path.
n'-.voi- KUSEeil. jliailic
i i.-. unmpr iraiiLiiaux u
ijUOIie, - -
L extra edition of The Moun-
i - r onrnriRn to i.riH
Si. rn a tfVVOaflv DTI
. urn am . waa. k.wvw
ifited. It gave muco ma uu
Pituice in the scrap campaign.
their efforts we're eagerly
L. fm-ward to Fines Creek
Ll being numbered on the
list along witn oiner scnoois
lie county. ..
Rev. S. R. Crockett, Pastor.
Sundav arhnnl at in n'l.inj.L'
J V MWVBI
Paul Davis superintendent.
rreacning on bundav morninc
except tne secona and fifth Sun
dava. Mr Croekett.
services ai me nazeiwooa cnurch
eacn sunaay evening at t 7:30
Sermon subject Sunday
ing at 11 o'clock. "Our
Young people's Leaeue at 6:30
THE HAZELWOOD BAPTIST
Rev. Frank Leatherwond Pastor
Sundav school 11 o'clock. Prank
Underwood superintendent. Gen
eral lesson title, "The Christian
View of Marriage " Hnlden Tp-rt
"Marriage is Honorable in All."
Morning service 11:00 o clock.
Sermon subject, "God's Message for
Our World Today."
Sermon subject, "God's Expecta
tion." Training Union 6:30 o'clock.
Prayer services Wednesday
evening at 7:30 o'clock.
Aussies and Flag Taken From Retreating Japs
' P ..."
Members of the New Guinea scouts of th Australian Amy proudly hold Jspanes . flag thai i
behind by the Nipponese in their r.pid retreat after a dash with th. scouts in Pjpua, N " G"J
soldiers were members of th. Allied army that droy. the Jap. away from Port Moresby d back over the
Owe Stanley Mountains. (Vtntral rrt$
fjt Magaha who has Deen worK-
I tt Wilmington ior some time
io visiting with his mother
. family, Mrs. Mollie Woody at
'borne here. ; ;
;iinn Clark of Newport News, is
Mtf his mother, Mrs. CandaS
krk nd other relatives here.
' ind Mrs. Jack Redmond and
My who reside at Newport News
lisitinz with Mrs. Redmond's
Lu, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Nol-
Huid other relatives here.
Charlie Sutton, who holds a po
tt Newport News, is spena-
tlkis week with his wife at the
t of her parents, Mr. and Mrs-
. civilian auto tires repre-
pibout one million tons of rub-
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
H. G. Hammett, Pastor.
The pastor will preach on Sun
day morning at 11:00 o'clock on
the subject, "Prayer and Missions."
At the evening worship at 7:30
o'clock Dr. J. Bunn Olive, of China,
and Dr. A. R Gallimore. of China.
will be guests of our church. Dr.
Gallimore will speak briefly and
Dr. Olive will give the main ad
dress. Our people are urged to
hear these distinguished men and
hear a vital message.
J. C. Madison, Pastor,
Snnrlnv will hn observed as
Church Loyalty Day in the Metho-
Hisst phnrrh At that time the fi
nancial program of the new church
vpar will be launched. An appeal
is cninir out to everv member of
the church to make a special effort
to attend the services ol that day.
In the morning the pastor will
sneak on the subiect. "All That I
Am and Have." the subject of the
The Christian View of Marriage
HIGHLIGHTS ON THE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON
By NEWMAN CAMPBELL
(The . International Uniform
N on the above topic for
toember 1 Is Genesis lr27, 28;
'Mi: Jeivmiah 20-4.fi- Matt.
h 19 3-6; John 2:1-5, the Gold-
f Text being Hebrews .13:4, "Let
Friage be had in honor among
W THE bepinnlne- fJod rrpntpd
FU tnd woman "mala nnri fe.
P seated He them." God then
HttUd tham on ,IA ,A
t.-.v... hum OOIU iV h..C.I.,
fruitful and multiply, and re-
jpmi me earth and subdue it:
P hve dominion over the fish
PlthfllAQ arA aha. U M 1 - M
J llr, and ovr vorv llvlncr
Fi that mdveth iinnn the
our lesson for today refers to
OthfP Hacfl..tn,t : .1. .
pi of human beings wherein it
-- uuu pui Aaam mio
P sleep, extracted rib and
:y Eve. to keep him from
uness and . u-i 1
Adam's words spoken In his
nesh of m . ...
I1 Woman u.
out of man.
i,fore sha a man leave
ry'nall be one flesh
"out 599 B. C. thp
'"e m captivity in Baby
si ta 7- Were not harshly treat-
captivity, as is shown
theywere advised by Jere-
k . . r. Prophet, to build
m u m "em, and to
W ns and eat trult
V h., y were also to teke
nave children rh.. ..
l UlAi -""vvv "ItiJ
P dl.,Jls and husbands for
Nn.:!".,- 80 tht they
N m vn"aren and the tribe
h. . Kates that T.ran.i.h
;u, u oe in caotlvitv nr at
I I U7A WW
, thi T.5 . eraons when he
k "risees Temn
rUr lesson tav. ,.. t
tCu,aTIesUne' where Mat-
JSdK-. Great multitudes
,5 in J: '"erywhere. we are
f to tiTn were always
member, hoping to get Him to
make some admission that would
give them a chance to have Him
arrested and tnrown mio prison,
at the least. The result was, now
ever, without exception, to cover
themselves with humiliation, for
He showed them that they were
ignorant of the laws of their own
In this case they asKea mm.
"Is it lawful for a man to put
away his wife for every cause?"
Jesus answered, "Have ye not
readthat He which made them
at the beginning made tnem maie
"And said, For this cause shall
a man leave father and mother,
and shall cleave to his wife: and
they twain shall be one flesh T
"Wherefore they are no more
twain, but one flesh. What there
fore, God bath joined together, let
not man put asunder."
I imagine these men had no
more questions for Him that day.
That is the ideal marr'nge, and
few indeed have been t ; races
that have adhered t r rough
out the centuries. v Jews
themselves, in the tinu. of their
great men, Abraham and his sons
and grandsons, their kings like
David and Solomon, and many
others, practised polygamy, hav
ing numerous wives. Today we
gneve over broken homes and tre
consequent problems of children
of such homes broken by divorce.
We, however, honor those men
and women who wed when young
and remain together to celebrate
50, 60, or even 75 years of mar
riage, growing indeed, as the
years pass, one, as the Lord in
tended. Happy are the children,
who are born of such unions!
The last reference today is to
the marriage which Jesus attend
ed with His mother and His dis
ciples. It was at Cana. The
story recites Jesus' first recorded
miracle. Jesus' mother discovered
that the guests wanted wine and
there was none. She told her Son
and said to the servants, "What;
soever He saith unto you, do lt
Jesus directed that six waterpot.
of .tone should be filled with
water, and when It was with
drawn it was wine. it
Jesus was not hermit. H.
lived His Ufa among His people
He was with them in their Joy.
and their sorrows. Surely Uie
home that He blesses with His
presence will be a happy one.
The schedule of the home demon-
straton clubs of the county for the
month of November has been an
nounced as follows by Miss Mary
The Beaverdam club will meet
with Mrs. Frank Ensley at 10:30
o'clock on Tuesday, the 3rd; the
Dellwood club with Mrs. Crews
Moody at 2:30 o'clock on Tuesday
the 6th; the Jonathan Creek club
with Mrs. W. T. Palmer at 10:30
o'clock on Friday the 6th.
Mrs. L. J. Cannon at 10:30 o'clock
on Monday the 9th; the Maple
Grove club with Mrs. H. C. Jus
tice at 1 1 :00 o'clock on Tuesday
morning the 10th; the Fines Creek
club with Mrs. W. B. Green at
10:30 o'clock on Thursday the 12th.
The Iron DurT club with MrS. V.
R. Davis at 10:30 o'clock on Fr
day morning the 13th; RatcliffrT
Cove club with Mrs. Moody Jones
at 10:30 o'clock on Monday the
16th; Rock Spring club with Mrs.
The regular meeting of the Ha-
zelwood Parent Teacher associa
tion will be held Monday evening,
November 2, at 7:30 o'clock in the
auditorium of the school.
Bill Prevost will speak on Civ
ilian Defense, and the glee club
will sing. All patrons of the school
are urged to attend.
Kate Sanford at 10:30 o'clock on
Tuesday the 17th.
The Maggie club will meet with
Mrs Rohert Plott at 1f)-n o'clock
on Thursday the 19th; the Crabtree
club will meet at 2:00 o'clock at
the Crabtree school house; the
ririisn rlnh will meet af tha Pruan
school building on Monday the 30th. wide library service in Haywood,
Home Clubs Plan
Plans were completed at a meet
ing of the Haywood County Council
of the 'home demonstration clubs
held in the ofllce of the county home
agent on Saturday afternoon for
the annual Achievement Day of the
Plans are to hold the all day
meeting in the dining room of the
First Methodist church, and to Show
exhibits of the work of the clubs
The group went on record as en
dorsing the movement for a county
Africa Theme Of
War Information ,
Center At Library
As the United Nations, Forces
are cdncentrating in Northern
Africa on what is believed to be
the second front of World War, II,
a collection of latest available
maps, charts, pamphlets pictures,
and books have been assembled at
the War Information. Center at
the Waynesville Public Library. '
By November 1st, a supplemen
tary collection is expected from the
University of North Carolina. Gi-
Alexandria. and Sues are no long
er vague places under a Mediter-
rannian sky. Our American xorces
are there and a Haywood county
army flier (Frank Haynes) for
several weeks has been flying
planes and bombers to the Allied
Nations on the "Dark Continent."
A mono- Kufrirested books on Afri
ca are, "I Married An Adventurer,"
Johnson, "Im Darkest Alrtca,"
Stanley and "Bula MaUri," Was-
New books recently added to the
regular library collection are: "See
Here, Private Hargrove," Har
srrove. "Windswept." Chase, "No
Surrender," Allrand, "Assignment
in Brittany," Maclnnes, "Alfred
I. DiiPont." Smith. "Pink Camel
lia," Bailey, "Annual Report of the
Smithsonian Institution" and "Re
port on The Tennessee Valley Au
thority Flood Control." f
TTarplwnod To Stasre
The annual Hallowe'en carnival
sponsored by the Haselwood Parent-Teacher
association will be
held Friday night, October 80, t
7:30 o'clock at the school.
Features of the evening will be,
cake walk, country store, grab
bag, fishing, bingo and popularity
contest. Candy, popsickles, drink,
and eats will be .old.
Mrs. Mary Sue Moody is chair
man of the carnival.
Mr and Mrs. W. B. Henderson.
of Waynesville, announce the birth
of a son on October tne zvtn, as
the Haywood County Hospital.
and pledged to work in behalf of
the cause. I
The Achievement Day will be
held on Wednesday, Nov. 18th and
a la r tre attendance is urged by the
president of the council, Mrs. L. J.
Johnson, of Beaverdam.
The RAF recently spilled 10,000
tons of bombs on Germany in 10
night air raids.
The 1943 cotton-bagging-for-cot-ton-bales
program, calling for the
manufacture and sale of up to
8,000,000 cotton "patterns" or bale
covers, will encourage the further
use of domestic cotton.
STILL GOING STRONG
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erals (calcium, phosphorus); as4
no alum to leave bitter taste. F&EBl
New sugarless recipe booklet Be
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Rumford Baking Powder, Boo CS,
Romford, Rhode Island.
evening message will be "Move
On Or Die."
Church school onena at 9:45.
The Methodist Youth Fellowship ;
is beginning a series oi special
studies on the subject, "Planning .
The World of Tomorrow." These
meetings will be held each Sunday
evening through the month of No- J
vember at 8:30, The prop-ram
next Sunday will be in the form
of a forum. i
Rev. Malcolm R. Williamson, Pas-
R. .II. Gibson superintendent of
Sunday school at 10 o'clock.
Morning worship 11:15 O'clock.
Sermon subject: "While It Is
Pioneer group of boys and girls
meets at 6:00 p. m.
Young People's League at 6:30
Mid-week prayer service Wed
nesday evening at 7:30.
Assembly rooms, second floor of
Sunday school at 9:45. !
Reading room open Wednesday
afternoons from 2 to 4 o'clock.
'Everlastine Punishment" will
be the subject of the lesson-sermon
on Sunday morning at the regular
11 o'clock hour.
The Golden Text will be taken
from Proverbs 3:11, "My son, de
spise not the chastening of ; the
T .orH ! neither be wearv of his cor-,
rections ; for whom the Lord loveth
he correcteth ; even as a father
the son in whom he delighteth."
Anions- the citations which com
prise the lesson-sermon will be the
God of hosts, who is a strong Lord
following from the Bible: "O Lord
unto thee? or to thy faithfulness
round about thee? Justice and
judgment are the habitations of
thv throne : mercy and truth shall
go before thy face. If they break
my statutes, and keep not my com
mandments; Then will I visit their
trangression with the rod, and
their iniquity with stripes. My
covenant will I not break, nor
alter the thing that is gone out
out of my lips." (fsaim oa; e,
14, 31, 32, 34).
MISSIONARY SOCIETY TO
. : MEET
The Woman's Missionary Union
of the Haz?lwood Baptist church
will meet as a circle at the home
of Mrs. T. L. Blalock, Thursday
afternoon at 2:30 o'clock.
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Waynesville, N. C.
Waynesville, every Sunday 11
Bryson City, every 1st Sunday
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Franklin, every zna ana n eun-
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Cherokee, every ara ounaay o
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Sylva, every 5th bunday 8 a. m.
Fontana Dam, every 1 st Sun
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Campbell's Tomato .
S O U P - 3 2S
Pork Beans 1 1 Qc
Large Size Grapenut
FLAE1ES - 2 ro.25
No. 2 Can
C P R M - - - 10
No. 2 Can Grapefruit
JUICE -2 25
PALMOLIVE SOAP -4 cakes 2U
OCTAGON S0A1N--4 cakes 190
APPLES - 10
LEMONS - - 2V
GRAPEFRUIT 6 25c
Plain Or Self Rising
FLOUR - - - - - 75
6 small 250
3 large 250
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