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BSDAY. DECEMBER 31,1912 (One Day Nearer Victory)
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
rr .-r,a and firms
krabWion n their
Led W0Tl .tiinff board
t.a during the past
KcTdy, of Mt. Sterling, Z
ltires; u'vnesvUle. 2 truck
Robert Howell entertainer! a
group of friends at his home re
cently. Different games were
Those present were: Mr. and
Mrs. Marvin Leatherwood, Rev.
and Mrs. Joe Johnson, Lou Belle
Boyd, Edna Boyd, Iowa Lee Fer
guson, Dave Boyd, Frank Ken
nedoy, Jr., Neal Leatherwood.
W- v Hvatt, of Waynesville,
fsafos B- MB1M,nsrer tire.
LVy. oi Maggie, 1 grade
J&KSard, of Waynesville
'i i nrotrnoaville route
U L 1 passenger tube.
forme i.- eaJ .---.
Z 1 2 passenger recaps.
7 v Parks, of Waynesville,
Ll2 passenger reca. o
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P'en?er.:.r"!rf v,. ronte
i passenger fre 4 ply.
nj; Fish, of Cove Creek, 1 pas-
4 . .:. A nlv.
jjile Messer, wj.
oate 2, 1 passenger 'recap.
7 R. Palmer, of Waynesville,
2,1 truck tire.
I, Pearson, M L,ane juh"ubiw,
m truck tire. ' ' ; -
Glenn C Palmer, oi wyoe, rouie
b track tube t m
I E, stovan, oi ayncB!,
Billy Boyd, of the coast guard,
has returned to Newport News
after a ten days visit with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Pless Boyd.
Ensign Charles Moody has gone
to San Francisco after a few days
with his homefolks.
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE LESSON-
Assembly rooms, sfonnil flnnr nf
(-! "...J Ujlt.ll .vui a vj
o'clock Wednesday af ternonn.
"find'' trill tVu eiihiuxt tt 4-hn
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The Golden Text will be taken from
l nmotny 1:17. Responsive read
ing will be from Isaiah 51:3,9-11,
Lieut. Frank Kennedy, Jr., of
Camp Shelby, Miss., is home on a
GRACE EPISCOPAL CHURCH
Rev, William Baker, Pastor
Holy Communion, 9 a. m.
Church School, 10 a. m.
Holy Communion and sermon,
10 a. m.
St. Mary's Episcopal Church
Sunday School, 3 p. m.
Evening Prayer and sermon, 4
p. m. v
SCOTTS SCRAP BOOK,
By R. J SCOTT
Amos Moodv SDent the Christ
mas holidays with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Amos Moody.
Margaret Boyd, who teaches at
Bethel, spent the Yuletide with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn
Jeannette Dillard, of Sylva, went
home for Christmas.
Time to Cook with Gas
the Perfect Fuel
Economical Clean Quick
Uiim Metered Service
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CK ail eonwnltnca lnilmlld nywhr
Brading Gas Service
Sarah Louise of Chanel Hill and
Jim Leatherwood of Furman Uni
versity, Greenville, are with their
passenger grade 3 tire and 1 pas
.Tarvis Chambers, of Waynesville,
route 2, 1 passenger tire, 4 ply.
Tom Chambers, oi waynesviue,
route 1, 2 passenger tires, grade 3.
Paul Hyatt, oi waynesviue, route
1, 1 passenger recap.
L. I. Allen, oi waynesviue, route
1, 2 passenger recaps.
Scott Reeves, of Waynesville, 1
Eugene Wright, of Waynesville,
2 passenger recaps.
Stella A. Pettitt, of Waynesville,
1 passenger recap.
J. C. Madison, Pastor
Sundav School with classes for
all ages will open at 9:45.
At the morning hour noly com
munion will hp nhsprvpd. This dav
- - - . - j
will be known as Covenant Sunday
throughout the Methodist Church.
An effort is being made to get as
nearly every church member in ser
vice as possible. All of us are
called upon to let this day mark
the beginning of a renewal spirit
ual emphasis in our lives, this em
phasis to be promoted by daily
Bible study and prayer throughout
I the weeks and months ahead.
In the evening service the pastor
will speak on the subject, "A Coven
ant With God."
The Methodist Youth Fellowship
meets at 6:30.
in .Aim! U-flM flit
Christian Science Group
o Hold Pray Service
On New Year's Day
nliance with the request
in the Proclamation by tha Presi
dent that New Year's Day be ob
served in prayer, publicly and pri
vately, A Christian science prayer
service will be held on Friday morn
ing at 11 o'clock in the assembly
rooms in the Masonic lempie.
Mrs. Cornelia Nixon, First Read
er, wll conduct the service. Among
the citations which comprise tne
Scriptural selection will be the fol
lowing verses taken from the Bible:
uatfh.ni .K-in and w.t. xa:ia-i.
The meeting will be opened with
less Sacrifice." There will be an
anthem by the choir.
The vounsr people win meet at
4:00 in the afternoon.
Thpre will be a prayer meeting
Tuesday, January 6th, at 7:80 p.
m. at the home oi Mrs. uracie aieu-
ford. The Young Adults will meet
Wednesday, January 6, at 7:30 p.
m at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J.
DR. R. KING HARPE
Canton, N. C.
LONG'S CHAPEL METHODIST
Miles A. McLean, Pastor
Sundav School at 10:00. with
classes for all ages.
Church service at 11:00 at which
time the sacrament of the Lord's
Supper will be observed, with the
pastor taking as his Communion
Meditation, "No Maimed or Worth-
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Troy Leath
erwood, for the holidays.
James Howell left Tuesday for
The first quarterly conference of
the Shady Grove church was held
R?v. Malcolm R, Williamson,
R. H. Gibson, Superintendent of
School at 10:00 o'clock
Morning Worship 11:16 o'clock.
Sermon Subject: "THE N EW
Af iho mnrnincr service the Sue
rament af the Lord's Supper will
Th rhiirrh Session will meet at
10:46 Sunday morning for the re
ception of members.
The Pioneer group oi Doya anu
girls will meet at 6:00 P. M. and
the Younsr Peoples League at e.du.
The mid-week prayer Bervice on
Wednesday evening at 7:30.
II AZELWOOD PRESBYTERIAN
Rev. S. R. Crockett, Pastor
Sunday School 10:00 o'clock,
Paul Davis, Superintendent.
Morning worship 11:00 o'clock,
sermon subject, "We Would See
Jesus." This will be a commun
Fvonino- worshm 7:30. sermon
subject, A review on the book Latin
nn hl ifi-nnd and fifth Sunday
morning's Mr. Crocket preaches at
the Bethel Presbyterian vnurcn.
Young Peoples League at o:au
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
H. G. Hammett, pastor
I n vitpu; of the faet that Sunday
is the first Sunday of the year the
pastor will preach at morning wor
hin at 11:00 o'clock on the pertin
ent subject, "Living I94S Courag
eously." At the evening worsnip
at 7:30 the theme is, -ihe Keiuge
in Life's Storms."
At these services two choirs com-
nnri nf willing and consecrated
people of this church will lead our
people In the worship witn nymns.
Hiimhl nraver and fearless honor
ing of God's Word offer an atmos
phere of worship to all, whether
rnu! nr had. rich Or DOOr. To all
with burdens Christ says, "Come."
rv Prank Leatherwood. Pastor
Sundav School 10:0O o'clock. I
cs-anir iTndprwnnd. Suoerintendent I
Mnrninir worsnin ii:uii o ciuv&.
sermon subject "Facing The Right
Way." . . .
Evening worship 7:30 ociock,
sermon subject, "Long jjistance
Training Union 6:30 o'ciocn.
Prayer services Wednesday even
ing 7:30 o'clock.
ST JOHN'S CHURCH
Waynesville, N. C.
Waynesville, every Sunday,
Bryson City, every 1st Sunday,
8 a. m.
Franklin, every 2nd and 4th Sun
day, 8 a. m.
Cherokee, every 3rd Sunday, H
Sylva, every 5th Sunday, 8 a. m.
Fontana Dam, every 1st Sun
day, 8 a. m. C. W. T.
Men do not practice polygamy !
any more. They find it too expensive.
If miserv loves company it ought
to have enough gy now to satisfy
125 Main Street
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The Glory of the Son of God
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By NEWMAN CAMPBELL
IThe International Uniform
Lesson on the above topic for
Jan. 3 U John i:X-18. the Golden
iText being John 1:14. -And the
word became flesh, and dwelt
among us land we beheld Hit
glory as of the only begotten from
the Father), full of grace and
truth.") . ..
THE VERSES. 18 In- number,
which are assigned for this, the
.. inuia nf the ntw year, are
In the nature of a prologue, or In
troduction to John' story of the
life of Jesus In It the writer goes
back to the beginning of things
the creation of the world, assert'
Ing that Jesus, the Son of God.
waa present then with His Father
Mark also starts his narrative
with the coming of John the Bap
tist as the herald of the Lord's
coming, while Luke tells of the
events before the birth of John, of
his arrival and the annunciation
to Mary and birth of Christ
Matthew relates the generations
of Jesus, and then tells of His
John. Forerunner of Christ .
John's narrative, then, begins 30
years dfter the miraculous birth,
when John the BaDtlst announced
that he was but the forerunner of
One who was greater than he. the
Ron of God.
"In the beginning was the
Word." writes St John, "and the
Word was with God. and the Word
I Before a word Is spoken, a
i thnnirht must come God thought
I . arwi "All thimrs were made
throush Him. and without Him
1 ra nnt nnvthln made that hath
been made." It Is not possible to
ima trine God without thought, and
thought then, must be eternal as
God aent John the Baptist Into
the world to bear witness to the
Light, which Is Jesus, that al!
thmiicrh Him. mleht believe
The Baptist waa not the light, but
prepared the way oi mm ib"i.
From the beginning Jesus was
part Of the world In It but until
this time he waa not manifest to
men. They could not eee Him and
so "knew Htm not"
Even when He came In the flesh,
"unto Hla own." as St John says.
his own received Him not
Gives Power to Believers
Rut ii manv as received Him.
i them cave He Dower to become
the sons of God. even to them that
believe on His name.
And the Word was maae nesn
in tha iwnnn of Jesus), and
dwelt among us land we beheld
His glory, the glory as or me omy
begotten of the Father), full of
grace and truth " .
John tne tiapuai cneu, .
He of whom I spake. He that com
eth after me la preferred before
me; for He was before me
-And of His fullness nave an w
received, and grace for grace
"For the law was given oy
Moses, but grace and truth came
by Jesus Christ
"No man hath seen God at any
time: the only begotten Son.
which la In the bosom of the Fa
ther, he hath declared Him."
Jesus, then. Is characterized In
the Gospel of St John, as the
Word, the Llehl and the Life of
men. Jesus Himself said. "I am
the Light of the World.'" In this
world in which there Is at present
so much trouble, hatred and
strife. Jesus Is Indeed the Light
which penetrate the darkness and
keeos our faith tn the triumph of
right love the brotherhood of
man. and Justice over hatred and
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