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(One Day Nearer Victory) THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER o, J
THE WAYNES VILLE MOUNTAINEER
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James H. Christie, Pastor
Sunday School, 10:00 a. m
Morninj? Worship, 11:00 a. m.
Message by the pastor, "How
Can a Man be Horn Again - '
Evening Worship, 8:00 p. ni.
Subject, "Why Does Cod Allow
There will be a baptismal service
at Dellwoocl in Jonathan Creek Sun
day afternoon at three o'clock. All
candidates waiting baptism wilL
arrange to be present.
W A Y N K S V I L I . E METHODIST
J. C. Madison, Pastor
Next Sunday will be observed as
Promotion Day in the Church
School. An appropriate program,
will be led by the Sunday School
Superintendent, M. H. Bowles.
At the morning hour the pastor
will speak on the subject, "Keep
ing Faith With Christ." His theme
for the evening service will be,
"The Church Faces the Race Issue."
This will be the third in a series
of sermons on the Social Message
of the church.
To Be Held At
First Baptist Sun.
1 Promotion Day will be held in
two depatments of the First Bap
tist church here Sunday.
The Sunday school will have their
promotion exercises beginning, at
!):45 in the morning. The program
will consist of features from the
various departments of the Sun
day school and by the general offi
cers. Parents and friends will be the
guests of the pupils in the various
departments for the awarding of
diplomas, promotion certificates
At 7:00 o'clock in the evening the
B. T. U. will also have their pro
motion exercises with a varied pro
gram from the different unions.
' The invitation to parents and
ifri.nds is also extended by the
B. T. U., that they might see the
work and progress that is being
made in the Training Union.
The pastor is basing his sermons
for the day on the youth of the
church with the morning sermon at
11:00 o'clock being "Youth Contri
bution" which will be continued to
the evening service at 8:00 o'clock.
Ratcliff Cove News
Private Joe Underwood sp.nt the I
week here visiting his wife and
parents. Pvt. Underwood is now ,
stationed at Camp McClellan, Ala. j
James Albright, U. S.
Navy, Home On Leave
James Albright, seaman first
class, U. S. Navy, is spending a
ten-day leave here with his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Al
bright. Seaman Albright volunteered in
the service in March of this year
and took his boot training at Bain
bridge, Md. From Bainbridge he
was transferred to Newport, R. I.
Upon his return to Newport he
will be sent to New Roten, Conn.,
for another six weeks training
Prior to entering the service
Seaman Albright was employed by
the Pet Dairy Products Company
at the local plant.
S S K R,
liam Hill, of
N. J., whose
LONGS CHAPEL METHODIST
Pastor, Miles A. McLean
Sunday school at 10:00 during
which there will be a special pro
gram of Rally Day and Promotion
Church service at 11 o'clock at
which time the pastor will speak On
the topic. "Real Faith Is Not Easy.''
There will be an anthem by the
The young people will meet at
7:.'!0 p. m.
VII HIST IAS S( IFXCF LFSSOX
Sh'h'MOS Theassembly rooms are located
on the second floor of the Masonic
Reading rooms open each Wed
nesday from 2 to 4 o'clock.
"Reality" will be the subject of
the Lesson-Sermon on Sunday
morning. The Golden Text will be
taken from Isaiah t4:4, "Since the
beginning of the world men have
not heard, nor perceived by the ear,
neither hath the eye seen, O God,
beside thee, what he hath prepar
ed for him that waiteth for him."
ST. JOHN'S CHURCH
Waynesville, every Sunday, 11:00
Bryson City, every 1st Sunday,
8:00 a. m.
Franklin, every 2nd and 4th Sun
day, 8:00 a. m.
Cherokee, every 3rd Sunday,
8:00 a. m.
Sylva, every 5th Sunday, 8:00
Fontana Dam, everv 1st Sunday,
8:00 a. ni. C.W.T.
FIRST B ARTIST CHURCH
H. G. Hammett, Pastor
Youth emphasis will feature the
morning worship Sunday, at 11:00
o'clock, as the church observes Pro
motion Day and Intermediate
Week. The pastor will preach at
this worship period on the subject,
")' until' Cmitrihution."
At the evening worship at 8:00
o'clock the sermon subject is,
"I'roriitfj Our Snl rullmt." This
service will feature the work of the
Training Union and will nli-orve
the Ordinance of Baptism. A
number of candidates will be bap
tized as tile church participates in
this significant New Testament
of Mrs. Wi
engagement has recently been an
nounced by her mother and her
stepfather, to Private John Chris
topher, who is now stationed at
Camp Atterbury, Ind. Pvt. Chris
topher is the son of Mrs. John
Christopher, of Woods Town, N.
I. The date of the marriage has
ni t yet been set, but will be an
Fins ( V"' x o A News
itv y.us. d. n. rathbone
of Little Creek, and Miss Ruth
Haynes, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Charlie Haynes. Miss Haynes and
young Lowe will be students at
Berea College, Bera, Ky., this
Pvt. R. V. Ford is spending a
furlough here with his parents. He
lis now stationed in a camp in California.
Fines Creek high .school recently
hold the election of officers for the
senior class. Margaret Ferguson
was named president; (dee Han
nah, vice president; Fiances Rog
ers, secretary; Velnia Hannah,
assistant secretary anil Maggie
Following the election of officers
the class elected superlatives for
the year a follows: best citizen,
Edith Rogers: most popular boy
and girl, Yoder Conard and Glee
Hannah; best all round girl and
boy, Manitee Messer and Robert
Fisher; girl most likely to succeed,
Frances Rogers; boy most likely to
succeed, Robert Fisher.
Cutest boy, Yoder Conard; cut
est girl, Willia Bell Jenkins; class
Hilt, Frances Rogers; neatest boy,
Robert Fisher; neatest girl, Faye
Smith; most athletic boy, Robert
Fisher; most athletic girl, Frances
Rogers; most mischievious, Velma
Hannah; most studious person,
Margaret Ferguson; most person
ality, Edith Rogers.
Class sunshine, Glee Hannah;
most original, Jewell Messer; most
dignified, Frances Rogers; most
dependable, Mazzie Kinsland.
Pink carnation was chosen as
the class flower; class motto,
"Front the sunshineand theshad
ows will fall behind you."
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Garleigh
and baby have beeen visiting the
parents of Mrs. Gareigh, Mr. and
Mrs. Hubert Ferguson. Mr. Gar
leigh has returned to Newport
News, but his family are remain
ing over for a more extended visit.
Miss Maggie Underwood of the
Western North Carolina Sanitor
ium of Black Mountain, attended
the funeral services of her niece
here this week.
C. C. Underwood of Kingsport,
Tenn., attended the funeral of his
niece here this week also.
Pvt. Morris Reidel
Returns To Post
Private Morns Reidel has re
turned to his post at Fort Jack
son, after spending a ten-day fur
lough with his wire and young son,
Tommy, who are residing in the
Weaver apartments on the Bal
Judge Frank Smathers has re
turned after a visit to his brother,
Senator Will Smathers, at his
home in Atlantic City, N. J. i
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The Fines Creek lunch room
opened on Monday of last week in
the school. Mrs. Lena Rathbone
and Miss Addie Rathbone will be
in charge. All green vegetables as
well as canned goods will be taken
in exchange for the student's
'home in Atlantic City, N. J. 1 f
.Mrs. Marvin Gieen and children,
Mrs. J. II. Creen and U. N. Rath
bone were t lie Sunday guests of
the fni mer'.- parents and sister,
Mr. and Mrs. Andy Ferguson and
Mrs. Paul Yi'img at their homes
NOTICE OF SUMMONS
In The Superior Court
titled action will
Mis, W. P. RathlM.ne, who has
been a pat lent in an Ashevilie hos
pital, i- now - it h her sun. Bill
Rat hboiie, in ( anton.
Reed McKh.'V, wim is serving
with the U. S. Army, has recently
spent a I'uil. -ugh here with his
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mc
Klroy. and other relatives.
in the above en
take notice that
an action as above has been com-1
menced in the Superior Court of
Haywood County, North Carolina. '
for the purpose of securing an ab-1
solute divorce from the defendent
upon statutory grounds.
And said defendent will further
take notice that he is required to
appear before the Clerk of the
Court of said County at the Court
House in Waynesville, North Caro
lina, on the 15th day of November,
1943, and answer or demur to the
Complaint, filed in said cause or
the plaintiff will apply to the Court'
for the relief demanded in said
C. H. LEATHERWOOD,
Clerk Court of Haywood County
1326 Sept. 23-30 Oct. 7-14.
Mr. and Mrs. Von Haney, of
Crabtree. were Sunday guests of
Mr. and Mi-. J. B. Green and Mr.
and Mrs. Klmer Green, of Fines I
Miss Dorothy Moore, of the Sal
vation Army, is returning to War
ren Wilson, junior college to re
sume her work this vear.
Miss Aileen Frisbee, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Marion Frisbee,
of Little Creek, is attending school
in Ashevilie this year.
Adjutant Cecil Brown and
Captain Thelma Colton recently
made a trip to Berea, Ky. They
were accompanied by Marvin Lowe,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Ruben Lowe,
Pepsi-Cola Company. Loni Island City, N. Y.
Pepsi-Cola Bottling Company of Ashevilie
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Request To Devote
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ed as essential workers if they shift to wood cutting.
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