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Teachers For '43
Officers and teachers for the
church and Sunday school of the
First Baptist church were elected
Sunday morning at the regular
Those elected will assume their
duties on January first: .
Deacons: W. C. Allen, deacon
emeritus; for three years: J. T.
Bridges, J, C. Patrick, J. B. Siler;
for two years: T. L. Green, Earl
Messer, E. H. Balentine; for one
year: John L. Davis, J. R. Mor
gan, W. H. Burgin.
Finance Committee: W. C. Russ,
chairman, J. R. Morgan, J. C.
Patrick, R. B. Davenport, Charlie
Woodard, Marion T. Bridges, Dr.
R. S. Roberson, E. H. Balentine,
Richard Barber, Ben Colkitt, J.
Trustees: J. R. Morgan, W. C.
Wilburn, M. T. McCracken.
Church Treasurer: V. C. Nobeck.
Financial Secretary; Mrs. J. B.
Church Clerk: Miss Sylla Davis.
Director of Choir : Mrs. Olive
Green; assistant choir director:
Organist: Mrs. H. G. Hammett.
Ushers : J. C. Brown, head usher,
J. C. Patrick, R. B. Davenport, E.
H. Balentine, J. B. Siler, Ben Col
kitt, M, T. Bridges.
Junior Ushers: Colvin Brown,
Charles Gaddis, Kenneth Dillard,
Building Committee: Dr. R. S.
Roberson, Richard Barber, Mrs.
B. T. U.: Hattie Siler Freeman,
director; E. H. Balentine, assistant
director; Charles Gaddis, assistant
Adult Union: Mrs. II. A. Hall,
Young People Union: Lenora
May Walker, president.
Intermediate Union: M. T.
Bridges, leader; Mrs. Ina Duvall,
Miss Elizabeth Cox, sponsors.
Junior Union: Mr. and Mrs. Ben
Phillips, Mrs. M. T. Bridges, lead
Story Hour Leader: Miss Alma
Jackson; helper: Mrs. Emmett
Sunday School : Earl Messer,
general superintendent; J. C. Pat
rick, associate superintendent;
Miss Winnie Kirkpatrick, general
Cradle Roll : Mrs. W. H. Burgin,
superintendent; Mrs. E. H. Balen
tine, assistant superintendent;
Mrs. Jack Felmett, teacher; Mrs.
E. E. Fuller, helper.
Beginners Department: Mrs. J.
R. Morgan, superintendent; Miss
Lillian Burgin, secretary ; Mrs.
Joe Tate, pianist; Mrs. D. M. Rus
sell, Miss Pauline Wilson, Miss
Primary Department: Miss
Erma Patterson, superintendent;
Miss Hattie Siler Freeman, as
sistant superintendent; Miss An
ie Dee Kirkpatrick, secretary;
Miss Margaret Burgin, pianist;
Miss Margaret Burgin, Mrs. Zack
Massey, Mrs. S. E. Connaster,
Mrs. H. B. Freeman, Miss Adeline
Boone, Mis Evelyn Siler, Mrs. Em
mett Green, teachers.
Junior Department: Miss Mar
garet Terrell, superintendent;
Miss Eula Patterson, secretary;
Mrs; Earl Messer, pianist and
choirster; Mrs. Henry Davis, Miss
Pearl Underwood, Mrs. H. G. Ham
mett. Mrs. W. T. Crawford. Mrs.
Harley Francis, Miss Jessie Her-
ren, Mrs. L. C. Waddell, Mrs. Earl
Intermediate Department: Mrs.
Carl Ratcl iff, superintendent; Miss
Elizabeth Cox, associate superin
tendent; Mrs. Lloyd Kirkpatrick,
secretary; E. H. Balentine, Mrs.
J. C. Patrick, W. L. Balentine,
Miss Mamie Clayton, Mrs. H. 0.
Champion, Millard Howell, teach
Y ou n g People's Department:
Dewey Hyatt, superintendent; S.
E. Connatser, associate superinten
dent; Mrs. John L. Davis, S. E.
Adult Department: J. C. Brown,
Christian Nurture in the Family
BtORUOBTS ON THE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON
By NEWMAN CAMPBELL
(The International Uniform
on the above topic for
Hot. ft ia Deuteronomy 20
tt; n Timothy 3:14, 15, the Golden
Text being Proverbs 22:8. "Train
vp a child in the way he should go,
And even when he la old he will
ot depart from It.-)
THE BOOK of Deuteronomy Is
the book of the laws the ten
commandments which were giv
en Moses on tablets of stone to
guide his people. The early chap
ters record discourses by Moses
on the plains of Moab, on the east-
; ern side of Jordan. It was shortly
before his death.
"Hear, O Israel; The Lord our
' Cod Is one Lord:
, "And thou shalt love the Lord
thy God with all thine heart, and
i with all thy. soul, and with all
f thy might."
This commandment, Moses told
the Israelites, should be always In
their hearts. They should diligent
ly teach it to their children, talk
about it in their homes, and
when they were walking, when
they laid down1 to rest, and when
they rose in the morning. These
people were quite inclined to for
get their Lord and worship idols
who were the gods of the peoples
with whom they came in contact.
It was not hard for those to re
member this truth who had been
slaves in Egypt, and had been
brought out and led to the prom
ised land, but it was more difficult
for their children and their chil
dren's children, who knew of these
stirring events only by hearsay.
They were the ones who should be
taught daily of the miracle of
their escape from slavery, and
the leading of the Lord their God.
Worn as a Sign
"And thou shalt bind them for
a sign upon thine hand, and they
shall be as frontlets between thy
eyes. And thou shalt write them
upon the posts of thy house, and
on thy gates."
In ancient Israel, and even to
day, small parchment rolls en
closed in metal covers were bound
on the hand or on the brow of the
Jew. The parchment contained the
ten commandments or other scrip
ture writings. In Jesus' time they
were called phylacteries, and this
custom has been maintained
throughout the centuries by or
thodox Jews, and are to be borne
by every male over 13 years old
at the time of morning prayer,
with the exception of the Sabbath
and festal days, these times being
sufficient reminders of the com
mandments and ordinances of God.
They are also hung on the right
hand doorpost of the homes of
orthodox Jews even today.
Now it is easy to do these
things and still not hold them In
the heart, as Moses instructed. If
we love God with all our hearts
and instruct Our households so to
do, earnestly and continually, we
need no phylacteries to wear.
If children ask why we do these
things, we are to remind them of
our blessings which are conferred
by God, just as the Jews were led
out of bondage in Egypt "with a
mighty hand." It is easy for all
men to forget their blessings, to
be so busy In the affairs of the
world that we fail to give thanks
for them. We like to do as we like,
but those of us who have these
things constantly brought to our
minds and hearts in our homes,
and the example of parents when
we are young, more easily keep
to them. As our Golden Text says,
"Train up a child in the way he
should go, and even when he is
old he will not depart from It."
Many can testify that this is ab
solutely true. Even when tempta
tion assails, the recollection of
early teaching will be of inestim
able help in putting it away
Paul's Adopted Son
Timothy was Paul's adopted
son, the son of Eunice and grand
son of Lois, and in the second
book of Timothy, Paul refers to
his home training by these two
"But continue thou in the things
which thou hast learned and hast
been assured of, knowing of whom
thou hast learned them;
"And that from a child thou
hast known the holy scriptures,
which are able to make thee wi.se
unto salvation through faith
which is in Christ Jesus."
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THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
LONG'S CHAPEL METHODIST
Pastor, Miles A. McLean. "
Sundav school at 10:00 with R.
H. Terrell, Superintendent. -
Church service at 11 o'clock at
which time will be observed Church
Loyalty Sunday, and pledges will
be received. The sermon by the
pastor will be on "Continuing the
WnrV Rpcrnn bv Christ." and there
will be an anthem by the choir.
League will meet at 7:00 p. m.
and the topic will be "Building
Codes for Good Living."
SCOTTS SCRAP BOOK By R. J. SCOTT
FIRS-f BAPTIST CHURCH
H. G. Hammett, Pastor
Waynesville, N- C-
"Missions In Practice" is the pas
tor's subject for morning Worship
Sunday morning at 11:00 o'clock.
Warm fellowship, cooperation in
prayer and sincere worship await
all who will find the answer to the
problems of life. In worship we
can find mental, physical and spir
itual health before God and man.
At the evening hour at 7:30 a
dramatized program, "Look Upon
the Field" will be presented. A
large number of adults and young
people are cooperating to give this
program of play and pageantry.
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J. C. Madison, Pastor.
Sunday School under the direc
tion of M. H. Bowles opens at 9:45.
In the morning service the pastor
will speak on the subject, "What
Kind of Victory?" In the evening
the young people under the di
rection of Miss Hester Anne With
ers will give a pageant, "The Dark
Hours of History." The hour for
the evening service is 7:30.
Rev. Malcolm R. Williamson,
R. H. Gibson, Superintendent of
Sunday School at 10:00 o'clock.
Morning Worship 11:15 o'clock.
Sermon subject: "God's Volun
teers." .. " '
Sunday will mark the close of
the week of Prayer and self-denial
for Assembly's Home Missions.
Pioneer group of boys and girls
will meet at 6:00 p. m.
Mid-week prayer service Wed
nesday evening at 7:30.
Hundreds of persons have attend
ed the services that have been spon
sored since last Sunday by the Hay.
wood Baptist Association in their
two weeks one-day church visita
tion program which will continue
through November loin.
Special speakers appearing on
the program have included the fol
lowing; Dr. A. R. Galimore, Rev.
nnd Mrs. Alex Herring and J. B.
Hipps, all missionaries to China,
Rev. J, C. Pipes, of Asheville, Miss
Madge Lewis and Miss Elizabeth
Cox, of the Haywood Association,
and the local pastors of the various
Services will be conducted today
in through the gates into the city."
Assembly rooms, second floor of
Sunday school at 9:45.
Reading room open Wednesday
afternoons from 2 to 4 o'clock.
"Adam and Fallen Men" will
be the subject of the lesson-sermon
on Sunday. The Golden Text will
be taken from Romans 5:9, "As
by one man's disobedience many
were made sinners, so by the
obedience of one shall many be
Among the citations comprising
the lesson-sermon will be the fol
lowing from the Bible: "Blessed
are they that do his command-
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to the tree ot Hie, and may enter
superintendent; Mrs. Joe Liner,
assistant superintendent! Mrs.
Fred Saunders, secretary.
Young Matrons' Class: Mrs. Joe
Adult Ladies' Class: Mrs. R. T.
Citizens' Bible Class: J. R. Mor
gan, teacher; T. L. Green, asso
ciate teacher; J. C, Brown, presi
dent; John L. Davis, vice presi
dent; R.T. Messer, secretary; Rob
ert McLean, assistant secretary;
Don Kelly, treasurer; Harley
Francis, song leader; Mrs. Fred
Extension Department: Mrs. W.
T. Crawford, superintendent.
First Lady 'Milkman'
ST. JOHN'S CHURCH
Waynesville, N. C.
Waynesville, every Sunday 11
Bryson City, every 1st Sunday
8 a. m.
Franklin, every 2nd and 4th Sun
day, 8 a. m.
Cherokee, every 3rd Sunday 8
Sylva, every 5th Sunday 8 a. m.
Fontana Dam, every 1 st Sun
day 8 a. m. C. W. T.
"Wasp" Seaman Visits
Friends In Haywood
Seaman Jack Mason, who was
aboard the aircraft carrier "Wasp"
when torpedoed near the Solomons
on September 15, was a visitor in
Haywood Sunday, accompanied by
his wife, from Franklin. They
were the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Carey McCracken at Lake Junalus
ka. Mr. and Mrs. McCracken were
also hosts to Mr. and Mrs. Carey
Sheppard of Canton.
at the Liberty and Pigeon church
es, morning and afternoon, and at
Cove Creek tonight. Friday, at the
Belmont and Panther Creek chur
ches in the day and Fines Creek in
the evening: Saturday, none. Sun
day morning at Crabtree and In
the afternoon at Rock Spring, with
the night service at Aantioch.
Monday, the 9th, day services at
Beaverdam and Rocky Face and
evening services at Calvary, Can
ton. Tuesday, day services at Oak
Grove and Woodland, and evening
at Clyde. Wednesday, North Can
ton and west Canton in the day and
Canton First Church at night.
Thursday, Meadow Grove and Bur
nett Cove and night service at East
Fork. Friday, day services at Bur
nett Siding and Laurel Grove and
night services at Riverside. Sat
urday, none. Sunday morning ser
vices at Spring Hill, afternoon at
Sunny Point and evening servces
Will Hold 1-Day
Conference On 10th
Mrs. Rath Frantz "Will Con
suit With Red Cross Norses
Next Tuesday Here.
Home nursing in Haywood Coun
ty will receive added impetus with
the arrival In Waynesville of Mrs.
Ruth Frantz, R. N., who is Red
Cross Consultant for the State of
After considerable effort, it has
been arranged to have Mrs. Frantz
conduct a one-day conference in
Home Nursing in Waynesville at
Welch Memorial Hall on Tuesday,
November 10th from 9:30 a. m. to
4:30 p. m, for all nurses in Hay
wood and surrounding counties who
are authorized by the Red Cross
to teach, and as well, for all those
interested in teaching Both groups
are urged to attend this institute.
The increasing need and demand
for Home Nursing instruction is
emphasized in this community by
the departure of nurses for war
work and the fact that there are
not enough nurses to serve the
community. Home-makers now
know the need for instruction so
that they may know how to defend
I their homes against sickness, the
land to keep their families and
neighbors healthy. These are the
things taught in the Red Cross
Home Nursing classes, but there
is great need for more, and still
more, nurses qualified and 'willing
to teach, or who can b 3 qualified.
This is a direct appeal to nurs
es who have laid aside their caps
because of marriage or other ties,
to attend this institute and to quali
fy to aid in the emergency. It
takes but two hours time per week
to teach one of these classes,
If there are those who are hesi
tant because of long absence from
the work Or by reason of unfa
miliarity with teaching methods,
they will find in Mrs. Frantz a
pleasing personality, unusual capa
bility and one recognized as a lead
er and outstanding in her field. She
has the persuasiveness that wil!
make the task appear not too dif
ficult. The assignment of Mrs. Frantz
to conduct this institute for this
community deserves a large atten
book for far. Th title H
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that the P.U trt .
sent the renort nf ice f sfMbu
c- Das. president, read J
state president's message U
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nroDosed school o-jr on thf
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urged everyone to vote. 1
.The president also announce
there would be a meeting 0f th
grade mothers on Thursday ee
ing at 3 o'clock at the school
Miss Lois Harold's second prad
room won the half holidav f, v..
,ing? tne most parents present
Loyalty to leaders is a duty, J
their duty is to adopt policies J
can support witnout shame.
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