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THE WAYNES VILLE MOUNTAINEER
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Cecil R. Mehaffey
Home For 30 Days
Cecil P. Mehaffey, first class sea
man, hai arrived to spend a 19
day leave here with his parents.
He is stationed at the present in
Seaman Mehaffey was a student
at the Waynesville Township high
school at the time he entered the
service. He took his boot train
ing at Bainbridge. Md . and has
been serving in the Navy for the
past 17 months.
He has a brother. Scon Allen
Mehaffey, who is serving with the
M. P.'s in France,
Miss Juanita Godwin
Is Wedded To
William Jasper Godv;it
Mr. and Mrs. Jess Mumv, ol
Haielwood, have announced the
marriage of thitir daughter. Miss
Juanita Moore, to William ,lasei
Godwin, Ship's Cook, second class
U. S. Navy, son of Mrs Blanche
Godwin and the He v. 1. F Cod
win, of Jacksonville, I 'la
The wedding took place at the
home of the bride's parents on
Wednesday, June Oth. will. Re.
S. C. Lowery, pronouncing the
vows. Only close friends and men.
bers-of the family were pieseiil fur
Miss l.uey Jones, who under
went an operation ai the hiituuu-c
Hospital, has returned u. her I. nine
at the Jones Farm this week
bb Openings for men and women at American
nka Corporation at a .starting rate of $..rl
r hour. Wage increase after 210 hours
aining. Age minimum for women is lb' years
fnrmen, 1H, if draft exempt. No maximum
if if able to work.
Apply today for further information
V. S. EMPLOYMENT SERVICE
The Opening 0!
heWayfliesvle Art (Salary
OUR 10th SEASON IN
An Extra Fine Selection Of Merchandise
See Next Week's Issue Of The Mountaineer
, TWO DOORS FROM
f11 Our Friends and Patrons We Extend A Personal
Miss Moody To
Wed Sgt. Adams
Mr and Mrs Elbert Moody, of
Hazelwood. have announced the en
gagement of their daughter. Miss
Catherine Moody, to Sgt. James
Adams The wedding will l,ke
place in the near future, but no
definite date has been announced.
Miss Moody is a graduate of the
Waynesville high school.
Sgt Adams is the son of Mr. and
Mrs Philmore Adams of route one.
He has been in service for the past
27 months, and was in the Kuro
pean theatre until being returned
to the States and is now stationed
at the Sand Hill Redistribution
Center near F.nka
Miss Ruby Frances Brown lias
arrived from Chapel Hill and will
.pend a few days vacation here
with her parents Miss Brown is a
member of the senior class at the
University She recently won in a
poetry contest featuring poems for
bather s Day
B I It T H S
HAVWOon Ot'NTY HOSIMTAL
Mr. and Mrs Horace Hall, of
Waynesville H.F.I) No. 2, an
nounce the birth of a daughter on
Mr and Mrs Claude Sexton, of
Waynesville. tt I D No 2, an
nounce the hull, of a daughter on
Mr and Mrs II (J. Mull, of Lake
Jurialuska am.ouuec the birth of
a daurhlei on June 2Hrd
Mi and Mrs William I) Dim
can of llayelwood. announce the
l.h tn of a daughter on June 2:ird.
Mr and Mrs I. h I.eatherwoiMl
of Wayiiesvillc. announce the Inrlli
of a '.mi on June 24th
Mr and Mr--. Junior Conard. of
Cove Creek announce the lurch of
a daughter on June 2r.th.
Mr and Mrs J C, Rickman, of
Cove Creek announce the hull, of
a daughter on June JJfith.
Mr. and Mrs Horace 1'enland, of
Candler. It F.I) No 1. announce
the hirih of a son on June 2fth.
Mr and Mrs. Hov Weaver. of
Canton, H.F.D. No. 2, announce the
birth of a daughter on .tune 25th.
Mr and Mrs. Bill Henry, of Mag
gie, announce the birth of a daugh
ter on June 25th.
Mr. and Mrs. T. L Moore, of
Clyde, R.F.I). No. 1, announce the
birth of a daughter on June 2fil h.
Paslur. Miles A. McLean
At the Sunday school hour .it
10:00 there will be a Children
At 11:00 there will be the regular
church service, at whic time the
Sacrament of the Lord's Supper
will be observed The pastor will
take as his Communion Meditation
the text from 1 Corin. 2:2 "For 1
determined not to know any thing
among you, save Jesus Christ, and
him crucified. " There will be a
special number by the t'hoir. The
Communion Steward in charge ol
preparations is Mrs. Jerry Liner
The young pennle will meet at
7:4.". p m.
GRACE EPISCOPAL CHURCH
Rev. Robert G. Tatuni, Rector
Church School 10:00 a. m.
Holy Communion and Sermon
11:00 a. m.
Young People's Service League
and Crusaders 7:00 p. in.
Friday - Feast of St. Peter the
Apostle. Holy Communion lOhii
Church rooms located on the
second floor of the Masonic
Temple. Sunday service each ;
morning at II a. m. On the first
Wednesday of each month testi
monial meetings will he held in
"Christian Service" will be the
subject of the lesson-sermon on
Sunday. July 1 The Golden Text
will he taken from Hebrews 12: i
!2-i:i, "Lift up the hands which
hang down, and the feeble knees, (
and make straight paths for your
feet, lest that which is lame he
turned out of the way, but let it
rather be healed."
ST. JOHN'S CATHOLIC CHURCH
Schedule of Manses
Waynesville, every Sunday iF.
W. T.i 1 1:00 a. in.
Andrews, every St h Sunday iC
W. T.i- 11:00 a. in.
flryson City, every
W T.i- -8:00 u in.
Canton, every fitli
W. T.i- 8:00 a. in.
Cherokee, every 3rd Sunday (E
W T. 1-8:00 a. in.
Sunday E. W. T.i
8:00 a. m
T I 11:00 a. m.
Murphy, every 51 h Sunday K
W. T.) 8:00 a. m.
Sylva. every 1st Sunday K
T. i8:00 a. m.
Welch Cove, every 1st Sunday
(C. W. T.i 11:00 a. in.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
L. Ci. Elliott. Pastor
Sunday School every Sunday
morning at 10 o'clock. Earl Mes-
ser. Superintendent, along with his
teachers and officers extend a cor
dial welcome to everyone.
Morning Worship at 11:15 Rev.
Frank Leatherwood will bring the
message on "The Challenge of the
Baptist Training Union at 7 p
m.. with Miss Hatsie Freeman
Director, leading. The attendance
has not been what it should be. so
let us all strive to be on time Sun
At 8:00 o'clock Worship Hour
with Rev. Leatherwood bringing j
the message on The Glory of He- j
ing a Christian "
Monday evening Hie Decons will 1
have their regular monthly meet
ing at the church, 8:00 o'clock
Wednesday evening at 8 00 :
o'clock, the regular Mid-week pray - 1
to Help Change Your
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MICH AEL-STF.R N
ei" service, followed by choir re
hearsal Everyone is invited to at-j
tend all the services and bring a I
.isitor with you i
All those who are visiting our
town for the .summer are invited j
to make this church your church -while
you sojourn w ithin our midst
Haywood and Academy Sts
J C Mauiso'i. l'irslor
Church School with classes for
all ages open.1- at 10:00 o'clock. For
the convenience of mothers wilh
small children the nursery is kept
open during tin- morning service.
At the morning hour Holy Com
munion will he observed. For the
cwn.'ii' service the pastor will
speak on tin .ohj.ci. "At the Mercy
We're glad to welcome our "vet"
customers back home again, and
look forward to serving you as
in the past. During war and in
peace, we have always done our
utmost to maintain a stock of
high quality merchandise that
will please you.
Our Lines Are The Famous
You'll Be Glad You Tried First At
The Methodist Youth Fellowship
meets at 7:00 o'clock.
HAZF.l 'VOon PRESBYTERIAN
Rev S R Crockett, Pastor
Sunday School 10 a. m.. Law
rence Davis, superintendent.
Morning Service 1 1 o'clock
Subject. "The Book."
Pioneers 7 o'clock.
Prayer service Wednesday eve
ning at H o'clock.
Your T.pty milk containers will
mHke me little discs to renew seals
In jar lids. Cut the disci to fit and
you will find t'..ey are Just the right
thickness Hnd better than the layers
of wax paper which many now yse
Maj. J. 11. Kennedy
In Pacific Area
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; craft weapons and for supply of
vital ordnance parts and equip
ment to support the combat troops,
j "Despite frequent enemy air
; raids, inclement weather and the
I difficulties of building on 'swampy
terrain, he brmight about the de
velopment of roads, critically need
I ed shops and hard stands and
speedily placed all facilities In op
eration. By his initiative, posi
ti e action and devotion to duty.
Major Kennedy contributed mater
j tally .to the success of the Philip
! pine Islands campaign."
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