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GRACE EPISCOPAL CHURCH
Rev. Robert G. Tatum, Rector
Union Thanksgiving Service at
First Baptist Church 9:00 o'clock
Church school at 9:30 a. m.
Morning prayer and sermon at
Young People's sermon League
and Crusaders at 7:00 p. m.
ST. MARY'S, MICADALE
Evensong and sermon at 3:00
g'clock p. m.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Sunday School at 9:45 a. m. Earl
Messer superintendent. There are
classes with able teachers for all
Morning worship at 11 a. m. The
pastor will speak on this subject;
"No Collections!" with Scripture
tnken from 1 Corinthians 16:2.
Baptist Training Union meets at
fi:45 p. m. under the general direc
tion of Miss Hatsie Freeman. Mr.
Emmett Balentine is the associate
Evening worship at 7:30 p. m.
The pastor will speak on the sub
ject: "A True Vision of the Father"
with Scripture taken from John
Monday at 7:30 p. m. the officers
and teachers will meet for the linal
session of the study course.
Tuesday at 7;30 p. m. the Bud
jxt Committee will meet in the
Wednesday at 7:30 Mid-week
worship and choir rehearsal,
worship and choir rehearsal.
Friday at 7:00 p. m. Cottage
prayer meeting. (Place to be an
nounced!. WAVNESVILLE PRESBYTERIAN
Rev. Malcolm R. Williamson,
Whitener Prevost. superintend
ent of Sunday School.
Sunday School at 10 o'clock.
Morning worship 11 o'clock.
Sermon subject: "Thou Art the
Pioneer boys and girls and young
people meet at 6:30 p. m.
Prayer service Wednesday eve
ning at 7:00 o'clock.
Church rooms located on second
floor of Masonic Temple. Church
services every Sunday morning at
The subject of the lesson-sermon
next Sunday will be "Soul and
Body," and the Golden Text will
be taken from II Corinthians 5:1,
"We know that if our earthly house
of this tabernacle were dissolved,
we have a building of God, an
house not made with hands, eternal
Jii the heavens."
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Christians Working Together
HIGHLIGHTS ON THE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON
By NEWMAN CAMPBELL
(The International Uniform
Lesson on the above topic for Nov.
25 la Matt. 25:37-40; John 17;
AcU 15:1-36; Phil. 2:12-18. the
Memory Verse being I Cor. 3:9.
"We are God's fellow-workers.")
THE FIRST reference in to
day's lesson is In Matthew, and
Jesus Is telling His disciples of
the Judgment when "the Son of
Man shall come in His glory. . . .
and before Him shall be gathered
all nations, and He shall separate
them one from another, as a shep
herd dlvldeth his sheep from the
Jesus told them that the faith
ful would be rewarded because "I
was an hungered, and ye gave Me
meat; I was thirsty, and ye gave
Me drink. I was a stranger, and
ye took Me in: Naked and ye
clothed Me. I was sick and ye
visited Me, I was In prison and ye
came unto Me."
The righteous would ask when
they had done this to the Lord,
and He would answer, "Inasmuch
as ye have done it unto one of the
least of these my brethren, ye
have done it unto Me."
This may seem rather a strange
passage with which to start a les
son on Christians working to
gether, but if they do work to
gether in the community, they
must naturally do good to every
one with whom they come in con
tact who needs help of any kind.
The Lest Supper
It was on Thursday, April 6,
A. D. 30, that the Lord was gath
ered at supper with His disciples.
Jesus "lifted up His eyes to heav
en, and said, "Father, the hour
Is come; glorify Thy Son, that Thy
Son also may glorify Thee."
"I have glorified Thee on earth:
I have finished the work which
Thou gavest Me to do."
This was on the evening of His
betrayal and not many hours be
fore His crucifixion. The firs five
verses of this 17th chapter of John
are Christ's petition for Himself.
The rest of the prayer is for His
disciples "which Thou gavest Me
out of the world: Thine they were,
and Thou gavest them me; and
they have kept Thy word."
He asks His Father to keep safe
these men who are dear to Him
and who are doing God's work.
Keep them from evil, Jesus begs.
"Sanctify them through Thy
truth: Thy word Is truth. As Thou
hast sent Me Into the world, even
so have I also sent them Into the
"And for their sakes I sanctify
Myself that they also might be
sanctified through the truth.
"Neither pray I for these alone,
but for them also which shall be
lieve on me through their word."
Distributed by King
DR. V. J. WININGER
ANNOUNCES THE OPENING OF HIS OFFICES
9 TO 12 AND 2 TO 5
Jesus sanctified Himself for His
disciples, so should every one who
has Influence over others minis
ters of the Gospel, Sunday school
teachers, mothers and fathers of
young children, teachers in the
public schools. All should dedicate
and sanctify themselves for their
work, for it Is holy work. God's
work In the world.
Now there were certain men
who came dovn to the church at
Antioch who ins,' i ted that all who
believed In Christ end Joined with
the members, ahou'd virtually be
Jews, obeying the h. vs of Moses
regarding circumcism. or they
could not be saved. Pau: -nd Bar
nabas disagreed decide, and
"had no small dissension a ' ' dis
putation with them."
Sent to Jerusalem
The church decided therefore to
send Paul, Barnabas and certain
others to Jerusalem to the apos
tles and elders to try to settle the
question. They were received at
Jerusalem and reported, when
there rose up certain of the sect
of the Pharisees which believed
that it was needful to circumcise
Gentiles and to keep the law of
The apostles met to consider
this matter, and after much dis
puting, Peter rose and said that
"God made choice among us that
the Gentiles by my mouth should
hear the word of the gospel and
"And God, which knoweth the
hearts, bare them witness, giving
them the Holy Ghost, even as He
did unto us.
"And put no difference between
us and them, purifying their
hearts by faith."
This being so, Peter asked "why
tempt God, to put a yoke upon the
neck of the disciples which nei
ther our fathers nor we were able
to bear?" After Peter, Barnabas
and Paul spoke, and then James,
brother of Jesus, all agreeing. A
letter was written to the Gentiles
in the Antioch church telling them
that If they would refrain from
certain practices abstaining
from meats offered to idols, and
from blood from things strarjiled,
and from impurity of life, notln..
further would be demanded or
Paul and Barnabas, and also
Judas, called Barsabbas, and Silas,
chief men among the brethren,
were sent with the letter which
was read to the congregation at
Antioch, and Judas and Silas ex
horted the brethren and confirmed
In his letter to the Philipplans
Paul gave excellent advice (as us
ual) about the conduct of Chris
tians in the church- "Do all things
without murmuring and disput
ings. that ye may be blameless,
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Their Marriage Took Place In Tenn.
Lieutenant and Mrs. J. Robert Mason, whose marriage was solemnized
on September 12 in the first Methodist church in Humboldt, Tenn.
The bride was before her marriage Miss Eileen Massie, talented daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. James E. Massie, of Wayncsville. Lieutenant Mason,
a native of Dallas, Texas, served with the Persian Gulf Command and
upon his return to this country toured the States with the bond show,
"This Is Your Infantry." He is now stationed at Fort Benning, Ga.,
where he is in command of the Infantry School.
Miss Edna Faye Ensley.
Is Married To
William Richard Muse
Mrs. Bertie Ensley, of Sylva,
formerly of llazelwood, has an
nounced (he marriage of her
daughter. Miss Edna Faye Ensley
to William Richard Muse, the son
of Mr. and Mrs. Vance Muse, of
Wayncsville. The marriage took
place in Clayton, Ga., on Saturday
evening. May 19.
Mr. Muse is now serving in the
United States Marine Corps, and
is stationed at Parris Island. Mrs.
Muse is making her home for the
present with her mother.
Sgt. Clarence Wyatt
Now At Oglethorpe
Sgt. Clarence R. Wyatt, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Wyatt R.F.D.
No. 1, Wayncsville, is currently sta
tioned at the Redistributon Station
at Fort Oglethorpe, Ga., wheri
he will spend two weeks before re
porting to his new assignment in
the United States.
Sgt. Wyatt was returned recently
to the States from an eight months
tour of duly in the European the
ater, which included service in
England, France, Belgium and Ger
many. He served as a truck driver.
His decorations include the Euro
pean theater ribbon, with two cam
paign stars; good conduct medal,
Combat Infantry badge and Ameri
can theater of operations medal.
Mr. and Mrs. John T. Coble have
returned to Waynesville from Oak
Ridge, Tenn., where the former
was employed for the past two and
one-half years, at the Atomic Bomb
plant. They are residing at the resi
dence of R. L. McLean.
NOTICE OF SUMMONS
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT
The defendant above named will
take notice that an action entitled
as above has been commenced in
the Superior Court of Haywood
County, North Carolina, to obtain a
divorce absolute on the grounds of
two years separation; and the de
fendant will further take notice
that he is required to appear with
in 30 days from the 26th day of
October, 1945, before the Clerk of
the Superior Court in the Court
House in Wayncsville, North Caro
lina, and answer or demur to the
complaint filed in said action, or
the plaintiff will apply to the Court
for the relief demanded in the
This the 26th day of Oct. 1945.
GERTRUDE P. CLARK,
Asst. Clerk Superior Court
of Haywood County, North
1472 Nov. 1-8-15-22
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
MOTOR VEHICLE FRANCHISE
RIGHTS BEFORE THE NORTH
CAROLINA UTILITIES COM
MISSION Docket No. .1342
Notice is hereby civen that an
application has been made to the
North Carolina Utilities Commis
sion by W. R. Francis, W. T. Lee,
Jr., and J H Woody, Waynesville,
N. C, for a franchise certificate to
transport passengers and their bag
gage from Brevard, N. C, over U.
S. Highway No. 276 to Waynesville,
N. C, and over Hiehwav No. 284
from Waynesville to the Tennessee
North Carolina State Line via Mt.
Sterling, and return over same
route, with closed doors to local
traffic from Woodrow. in Havwood
County, to Dellwood, in the same
Notice is further given that said
application will be called for hear
ing before said Commission at the
Langren Hotel in Asheville, North
Carolina, on Wednesday, November
14, 1945, at 10:00 a. m.. and Pro
testants desiring to be made
parties with the right to ap
pear at said hearing and be
heard in opposition to said appli
cation are required to deliver or
mail a written protest and tun
copies thereof to the North Caro
lina Utilities Commission, Raleigh,
Nortn Carolina, and deliver or mail
a copy thereof to, the above-named
applicant at least five days prior
to tne date above fixed for said
hearing, which said protest shall
state FULLY AND WITH PARTI
CULARITY the way and manner
in which said protestant will be
adversely affected by the franchise
rights requested. Said protest shall
ceruiy inai a copy thereof has been
delivered or mailed to the appli
cant. Further notice of the proceed
ings in this cause will be eiven
only to the applicant and to pro-
lesiams nung written protests to
said application as above required
ALL CORRESPONDENCE RE
LAT7NG TO THIS MATTER
SHALL REFER TO DOCKET NO.
Iinis me inn aay of October
BY ORDER OF THE N. C
FRED C. HUNTER, Commissioner
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Guest Of AAVW
Of Bryson City
Mrs. Clyde Ray (Caroline Miller)
well-known author, was the guest
speaker at the annual dinner meet
ing of the Bryson City branch of
the American Association of Uni
versity Women, which was held on
Monday evening at the Brookaide
Miss Gertrude Flannagan, presi
dent, presided at the meeting and
Mrs. Harold Bacon, vice president,
Introduced the speaker, reminding
the group that Mrs. Ray was the
author of the novel, "Lamb in His
Bosom," which was awarded the
Pulitzer prize for writing the most
distinguished novel of the year.
She also spoke of the author's most
recent book "Lebanon," which was
published in 1944.
Mrs. Berlin Thomnsson and Mrs.
Dan Wood were hostesses for the
meeting, at which the members are
privileged to inite guests outside
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Harville, of
Washington, D. C, arrived on Sat
urday for a visit here with the hit
ter's brother-in-law and sister, Mr.
and Mrs. Hugh Jolley.
W. Curtis Russ, accompanied by
Mrs. Russ and young daughter,
Marguerite Russ, spent the week
end in Atlanta, where the former
went on business.
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