PAGE FOUR (Second Section)
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
The following Haywood Men Have Received
Honorable Discharges From Military Service,
According To Records Received Here.
Among those discharged from
the armed forces from the Waynes- I
ville area of the county during the
past week were: I
Corporal Robert Hugh Wright. ,
U. S Army, at Fort Bragg
Private Medford Clark. U. S.
Army, from Convalescent Hospital,
Private Eugene Hrooks. U. S.
Army, from Fort Bragg.
Private first Class Herbert 11.
Tate. U. S. Army, from Camp Pick
Eugene Carver. Technician 4th
grade. U. S. Army, from Separa
tum Center. Port Benning, Ga.
llobert Olus Burnett. Seaman
second class. U. S. Navy, from
Naval Hospital, Yosemite, Calif.
5 Good Country Tricks
for Saving More Used Fats
Right now, the country is f.icing the worst fat shortage
since the war began. To help make up the deficit, the
povernment is depending on the women of America and
j.articularly our women on farms and in smaller cities.
Every drop of f jt is needed to help make battlefield and
liomefiont essentials. So roll up your sleeves and do ar.
oll-out job. won't you? Clip this checklist as a reminder.
1. FRIED SALT PORK with milk gravy. Salt pork yields
so much grease, you won't need it all for gravy.
Pour the rest into the salvage can.
2. DEEP FAT FRYING use the fat over and over, but
when it's too dark and smelly to use any more,
don't forget Uncle Sam wants itl
3. ROASTS AND CHOPS save all trimmings (srrnp
from the plates, too.) Keep them in a small bowl?
once a week melt them down.
A. SAUSAGES they're better if you parboil them first.
Skim the fat off the cooking water scrape the fat
from the frying pan.
5. CHICKEN SOUP chill it before you use it. Scoop off
the hardened grease (soup tastes better, too!)
When the nalvaife can is full, take it to your butcher
promptly. He will give you 2 red points end up to
'4c for every pound of used tat you turn in.
100,000,000 More Pounds of Used Fats Are Needed This Year
Approved by H TA an d 0 PA. Paid for by Industry.
Points Out That Infla
tion Can Be Disastrous
Inflation, or a runaway price sit
uation in these postwar days be
cause of an unprecendented de
mand for civilian goods and ser
vices, can easily spell disaster for
many farmers and their families as
they struggle with reconversion
problems that come ?fter the war
Farm management specialists of
the Extension Service at State Col
lege point to the dangers of infla
tion as outlined by the postwar
policy committee of the Associa
tion ol Land-Grant College and
Universities in a recent release.
The committee declared: "Any
decided rise in prices and wage
rates during this period will great
ly add to farm costs . . . When
war demands taper off, shortages
of farm products are likely to he
replaced by surpluses. If prices
are allowed to get out of hand
now. farm prices may nose-dive
while many items of farm expenses j
stay up." j
Many farmers still remember
what happened after World War
1 whpn farm land prices soared
Savings of a lifetime may be lost
if price controls are lifted before
dangers of a speculative boom are
past. Not only farmers but also
returning war veterans i aay be the
victims of exhorbilant land prices
"As rapidly as the war effort
permits, the threat of inflation
should be tempered by speedy ex
pansion and resumption of produc
tion to meet civilian needs," the
committee said. "But controls are
needed until supplies again are
adequate to meet requiremen's at
reasonable prices. Additional con
trols, particularly to limit and dis
courage land speculation, aire in
Jacob Adjusts Personal Relationships
HIGHLIGHTS ON THE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON
By NEWMAN CAMPBELL
(The International Uniform
Le&son on the above topic for
Aug. 26 Is Genesis 32-35. the
Memory verse being Eph. 4:32,
"Be ye kind one to another, ten-derhearted.-forglvtng
each other ")
COOKED A FINE DINNER;
THEN THREW IT TO DOG
One lady recently stated that she
used to throw her own dinner to
the dog most of the time. It made
her sick just to look at anything to
eat. She was swollen with gas, full
of bloat, had headaches, felt worn
out and was badly constipated.
Finally she got INNER-AID and
says she now cats everything in
sight and digests it perfectly.
3ovels are regular and normal
She is enjoying life once more and
feels like "some other woman"
since taking this New Compound.
INNER-AID contains 12 Great
Herbs; they cleanse bowels, clear
gas from stomach, act on sluggish
liver and kidneys. Miserable peo
ple soon feel different all over.So
don't go on suffering! Get INNER
AID Sold by All Drug Stores
here in Haywood County.
MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK
Through Actual Color Photographs With
By The Park Naturalist
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 29TH
No Admission Charges
!ZML m i f e
ane uiamuer 01 bommeree
TWENTY YEARS have passed
since our last lesson, and In the
meantime Jacob had married two
wives, sisters. Leah and Rachel.
Jacob had grown rich and was
now dissatisfied living with La
ban, his father-in-law, and decided
The angels of God met him and
told him to go to the land of his
people and to Bethel, where the
vision of the ladder appeared to
him before. Jacob was afraid of
his brother Esau, whom he would
now see, because of the great
wrong he had done Esau in times
past. As a peace offering he sent
messengers to his brother telling
him where he had been all this
time, and saying he had grown
rich, having great possessions.
The messengers came back to Ja
cob saying his brother was com
ing to meet him with 400 men.
Jacob was alarmed at this and
divided his people and his flocks
and herds into two groups so that
if Esau attacked and captured
one. the other could escape. Then
Jacob prayed to God. a very hum
ble prayer, acknowledging that he
had been sinful, saying, "I am not
worthy of the least of all the
mercies, and of all the truth,
which Thou hast shewed unto Thy
servant. . . . Deliver me. I pray
Thee, from the hand of my broth
er, for I fear him, lest he will
come and smite me and the moth
er with the children." He also re
minded the Lord that He had said
He would do him good.
Sends Gifts to Esau
He took goats, camels with
their colts, she asses and foals
and sent them as a present to
Esau. He told his servants what
they were to say to his brother
when they met him. Then he took
his two wives, his women ser
vants, and his 11 sons, and passed
over the ford Jabbok.
That night, left alone, Jacob
wrestled with a man until the
breaking of the day. Jacob refused
to let the man go until He blessed
him, although his opponent
touched the hollow of his thigh,
putting it out of joint. He received
the blessing, and Jacob called the
name of the place Pcnlel. "for I
have seen God fare to face, and
my life is preserved."
Next day came Esau with his
400 men. Jacob arranged his peo
ple so that the handmaids and
their children were first. Leah and
her children after, and Rachel,
who was Jacob's best beloved, and
her son. Joseph, last. He himself
passed over the river to meet his
brother and bowed himself to the
ground seven times, until he came
near his brother
"And Esau ran to meet him. and
embraced him. and fell on his
neck, and kissed him: and they
Esau apparently held no hatred
In his heart for this brother who
had been absent so long. If he had
not forgotten his wrongs of 20
years ago, he had forgiven them.
After Esau had been mad ac
quainted with his brother's house
hold, he asked Jacob what wat
meant by all the animals ho had
met. Jacob explained that they
were a present for him Esau sail
he had enough. He did not necc
this rich gift, but Jacob Inslstec
that he accept them.
Jacob Again Deceives Esau
Still Jacob did not trust hi?
brother, and when Esau said they
would all go on together, he lead
ing with his men, Jacob pleaded
that as his women and children
were "tender and the Hocks and
herds with young are with me."
he would come on behind, "softly "
He really had no intention of go
ing with Esau and so he once
more deceived his brother, going
In almost the opposite direction.
He journeyed to Succolh and
there he built a bouse for himself
and booths for his cattle
The 34th chapter of Genesis
concerns Dinah. Leah's daughter,
who was taken by Shechcm, son
of Hamor. the prince of that coun
try, and dishonored Shsohem
loved Dinah and wanted to make
her his wife. Her brothers, how
ever, were so furious about the
matter that they entered the city
of Shechem and slew all the male
inhabitants, including Shecham
and Hamor. and took all their
goods and made all the women and
God again told Jacob to go to
Bethel, and He would give him
the land he had promised. He told
him his name hereafter would be
Israel. A little way from Bethel
was Ephrath. and there Rachel
gave birth to another son, who
was named Benjamin. Rachel died
at his birth, and Jacob buried her
"in the way to Ephrath, which is
Bethlehem. And Jacob set a pillar
upon her grave: that is the pillar
of Rachel's grave unto this day."
At last Jacob went to his father,
Isaac, shortly before the old man's
death. "And Isaac gave up the
ghost and died, and was gathered
to his people, being old and full of
days: and his sons Esau and Jacob
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Tuesday, and no notices can be
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notices of services cannot be pub
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cial advertising rates.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Sunday School at 10:00 a. m.
Earl Messer. .superintendent. There
are classes for all ages, with com
petent officers and teachers.
Morning Worship at 11:15. The
Reverend Laurence A. Free, pas
tor of the East Baltimore Baptist
Church of Baltimore, Md., will
deliver the sermon.
Training Union at 7:00 p ni
Miss Hatsie Freeman and her
group of workers will welcome all
members and visitors to this pro
gram of Christian instruction and
Evening Worship al 11:00 o'clock.
The pastor will he in the pulpit
The sermon topic will be: "The
Mid-week service Vednesda
night at 8:00 o'clock. Choir re
hearsal will follow this service.
Cottage prayer meeting Friday
night at 8 o'clock. The place is
to be announced.
We cordially invite summer visi
tors to attend these services and
to make this your church home
while in Waynesville.
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Rev. J. C. Madison, Pastor
Church School, under the su
pervision of M. H. Bowles, will
begin at 10:00 o'clock.
For the moining worship at 1 1:00
o'clock the pastor's subject will be
"Playing with Shadows."
Chaplain George A. Baker, as
sistant post chaplain at Moore
General Hospital, will be the guest
speaker at the evening service at
The -Methodist Youth Fellow
ship will meet at 7:00 o'clock for
a forum discussion led by the pastor.
"Mind" will be (lie subject of
the lesson sermon on next Sun
day and the Golden Text will he
taken from Daniel 2:20-21, "Bless
ed be the name of God for ever
and ever; for wisdom and miglil
are his . . . he givclh wisdom un
to the wise, and knowledge to I hem
that know understanding.''
Sunday Schoo lat 10. 00 will)
classes lor all ages
Sunday School al 10-00 with
lime the Rev R P M( d arken, of
Lake Junaluska will fill fhe pulpit
as guest preacher At the close
of the worship there will be a ser
vice of recognition and consecra
tion for all public school leat her:,
of the community.
The young people will meet al
7:30 with Edwin Terrell program
leader and Dolores I'ndcrwund in
charge of the worship.
W A Y N ES V 1 1 , 1 . E P K I Sit VTI R I A
Rev. Malcolm R. Williamson.
VV'bitener Prccst. superinten
dent of Sunday School
Sunday School at 10.00 o'clock.
Morning Worship 1 1 00 o'clock
Sermon subject: "Tlnnf's Which
War Cannot Destroy ."
Printed copies of the sermon
"The Way of the Gods" preached
on August 1 21 h will he available
for all those attending the service
Pioneer boys and girls and
Young People meet al 7:00 p. ni.
Prayer service Wednesday eve
ning at 8:00 o'clock.
CHURCH OF GOD
Rev. S. C. Lowery, Pastor
A special Home Coming Service
will be held at the church in
Hazelwood on Sunday, August 26,
at 2:00 p. m. All singers are urg
ed to attend, and the public is
invited to be present.
Church rooms located on sec
ond floor of Masonic Temple. Sun
day service each morning at 11
o'clock. On the first Wednesday
of each month testimonial meet
ings will be held In the evenings.
ST. JOHN'S CATHOLIC CHURCH
Schedule of Masses
Waynesville, every Sundav (E
W. TO 11:00 a. m.
Andrews, every 5th Sundav (C
W. T.) 11:00 a. m.
Bryson City, every Sundav (E.
W. T.) 8:00 a. m.
Canton, every 5th Sunday E
W. T.t 8:00 a. ni.
Cherokee, every 3rd Sundav (E
W. T.) 8:00 a. m.
Franklin, every 2nd and 4th
Sunday (E. W. T.) 8:00 a. m.
Highlands, every Sunday (E. W.
T.) 11:00 a. m.
Murphy, every 5th Sunday (O.
W. T.) 8:00 a. m.
Sylva, every 1st Sunday (E. W.
T.) 8:00 a. m.
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to thank all our rela
tives and neighbors and friends for
the many acts of kindness and
expressions of sympathy extended
to us during the illness and Honth
of our husband and father.
Mrs. Oscar Leon Smathers
Opening Tuesday, September w
Waynesville, N. C.
Accredited With the North Carolina Stale Board of Kduc;iiin
High School courses are given in Relig
ion, English, Latin, French, Spanish,
German, History, Citizenship, Sociology,
General Math. Algehra 1 and 2. Geom
etry, Trigonometry, General Science,
lliology. Chemistry, Art. Speech. Typ
ing, Gregg Shorthand, and Uookkecping.
The Grammar School embraces a stan
dard course of eight years in conform
ity with other schools in this vicinity.
The three-hour kindergarten lasts front
!:()() A. M. till 12 noon; the six-hour
kindergarten lasts from !:()() A. M. till
:t:(l(l P. M.; the eight-hour kindergar
ten lasts from 9:00 A. till .V.II0 P. M.
The Music School offers courses in
piano, orgatron, violin, cornet, clarinet,
saxophone, and trombone.
' " -""xe m business
embraces short h and t,..:
phone, bookkeeping, liling.',,'' J
nsn, ousiness psycho!),-. se.
Mlnll(' "" machines, and (l,J
. au luiuimj; is. available ft;
tienis in t.ramniar School, an()
School. Privnfo ..,.-.
; 1 """ "iin rrei
given in Keligion. Kngli.sh.
i 'i em ii, nuanisn. t.ormm n
Sociology, General Math.
2. Geometry, Trigonnnidcry.
Speech. Typing. Gregg shorihajii
An experienced chatilteiir calls
pupils at home, drives tu.n.
John s School, and has I hem safi
turned home alter s.i,, hours.
service is available to ,p,.
wnnin a twenty-mile ralius J
High School Day Pupils
(ram. School Day Pupils
High School Hoarding
Grammar School Hoarding
Three Hour Kindergarten
Six Hour Kindergarten
Fight Hour Kindergarten
Business Courses, Each
$10.00 per mo.
5.00 per mo.
50.00 per mo.
15.00 per mo.
7.50 per mo.
20.00 per mo.
25.00 per mo.
10.00 per mo.
Music Courses (Half Hour)
Hook Rental Fee
Hus Fee in Waynesville
Hus Fee Out of Town
Within Four Miles
Hus Fee I to 12 Miles
Hus Fee 12 to 20 Miles
For Further Information, Phone Waynesville 4C
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