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HIGHLIGHTS ON THE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON
By NEWMAN CAMPBELL
The International Uniform
Lesson on the above topic for Dec
2 is Deut 8:17. 18; Psalm r0 7-11;
Malachi 3:8-10, Luke 12 13-21
18 18-24. Acts 2:41-47. James
215, 16; 5 1-6. the Memory
Verse being I Chron 29 14. -All
things come to Thee, and cf Thine
own have we given Thee. )
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ahie teacners iw
rorshiP at 11 a. m. The
V .,. this subiect:
school at 10:00 a. m.
kg service at 11:0U. witn
I Love, superintendent ot
hodist Assembly delivering
lion His subject will be
t will be no evening service,
frthodisl Youth Fellow-
1:30 p m.
Training Union meets
...jr the eeneim u
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'.worship at 7:30 P. m.
' .-ill sDeak on this sub-
CJ,ter Works Than These."
I -hi hp a combined meet-
L Deacons and the Finance
jut on :nuMuaj v
,1. -hiirch office.
L, circles of the church
L Tuesday night as per
M worship ana cnoir ic
LV?sn Wednesday night.
L prayer meeting Friday
f 7:00 o'clock. Place to be
grdially invite visitors and
Ling no church home to
tors CATHOLIC CHURCH
'Schedule of Masses
Bville. every Sunday, 11:00
iw,5th Sunday, 11:00 A. M
Im City. 1st Sunday, 8:00 A.
t, 5th Sunday, 8:00 A. M.
ee, 3rd Sunday, 8:00 A.
iwhee, 3rd Sunday, 7:30- A.
klio, 2nd and 4th Sunday,
iy, 5th Sunday, 8:00 A. M.
ill Sunday. 8:00 A. M.
I Cove, 1st Sunday (C.S.T.)
ilind Fire caused by de-
iring destroyed the sub-
Mav-field Methodist church
hour before the congre-
.isembled for the final ser-
i three weeks' celebration
110th anniversary of its
PIE SUPERIOR fniTHT
p OF SERVING SUMMONS
pendant, Genevieve Leath-
Wl take notice that an ac-
1 as above has been
"I in the Superior Court
wxl county, North Caro-
'Wn an absolute divorce
Pounds of two years sep-
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Ff take notice that he Is
F to annnar nt .h- mn
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pfthe sixth rfaw ty.
Mnswer or demur to the
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Fuff Will annlu K
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6th day November, 1945.
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"AND THOU say in thy heart.
My power and the might f mine
hand hath Hen me this wealth
'But thou shalt remember te
Lord thy God: for it is He that
giveth thee power to gel wealth,
that He may establish His cove
nant which He sware unto thy fa
thers, as it is this day "
That is something for boastful
man to remember; that it is not
his wealth, but the Lords, and
that only if he use it wisely shall
it be a blessing to him
In Psalm 50 God reproves the
people for the spirit in which they
bring their sacrifices to the altar.
He owns all the world and all that
it contains. It Li not bullocks or
he goats that the Lord needs, but
hearts full of love and thankful
ness to Him. Without these the
sacrifices are in vain.
In Malachi the startling ques
tion is asked, "Will a man rob
God?" It is answered in the
affirmative, because the Israelites
had failed to pay their tithes. God
commanded: "Bring ye all the
tithes into the storehouse, that
there may be meat in mine house,
and prove Me now herewith, saith
the Lord of Hosts, if I will not
open you the windows of Heaven,
and pour you out a blessing, that
there shall be room enough to re
People Are Ungrateful
The book of Malachi was writ
ten after the return of Judah from
captivity, and God charges that
the people were ungrateful for his
goodness and mercy.
A man came to Jesus asking if
he would interfere in his family
affairs and ask his brother to di
vide the inheritance. Jesus asked
him if he thought He was a Judge.
Then He told the man to beware
of covetousness. and told a story
of a man who had accumulated
huge crops from his land, so
much that he had no room in
which to put it So he planned to
tear down his barns and to build a
greater one that would hold all
his wealth, and' then take his ease.
But God said: "Thou fool, this
night thy soul shall be required of
thee: then whose shall those
things be, which thou hast pro
vided?" The rich young man asked the
Lord what he should do to Inherit
eternal life, you remember. We
have this story often in our les
sons. When Jesus told him to sell
all his goods and give them to the
poor, and to follow Him. he went
sadly away. He couldn't think of
doing that Jesus, looking after
him. said to his followers,- "How
hardly shall they that have riches
en'er into the kingdom ot God1"
It is true many times that when
men, women, and even children
have plenty of this world's goods,
they forget to be grateful for their
blessings, and goods seem the
most important things in the
world from which they cannot
part even to save their souls.
This tvpe of person "layeth up
treasurt for himself, and is not
rich toward God."
Members Shared Possessions
Again the lesson refers to the
early Christian church, the mem
bers "f which sold all their pos
sessions and shared everything
with their fellow members It was
a joyous community In spite of
I he persecutions to which they
were subjected much of the time.
It has been proved again and
again that such living is not prac
tical, for very long at any rate,
but it worked In this early Chris
In James 2. the 15th and 16th
verses, the practical side 6f Chris
tian living is stressed. Says
James: "If a brother or sister be
naked', and destitute of daily food,
And one of you say unto them.
Depart in peace, be ye warmed
and filled, notwithstanding ye
give them not those things which
are needful to the body; what doth
Talk is easy. Words of sympa
thy and generous wishes are
sweet, but helpful only if we try
to help the sufferer In a practical
way, and only then will we be
truly doing God's will and carry
ing out the spirit of Jesus.
James has a final word for peo
ple whose whole life Is given to
acquiring wealth but who cheat
their fellow men in the gaining
'Go to now, ye rich men, weep
and howl for your miseries that
shall come upon you
"Your riches are corrupted, and
your garments are moth eaten.
"Your gold and stiver Is can
kered; and the rust of them
shall be a witness against you.
and shall eat your flesh as it were
fire . . . Behold the hire of the
labourers who have reaped down
your fields, which is of you kept
back by fraud, crieth. and the
cries of them which have reaped
are entered Into the ears of the
Lord of sabaoth."
rtmely, Practical ;
By RUTH CURRENT
N S. State College
Takiru.' care of a man's suit
makes sense any time, but this fall
brings special reasons for care of
suits, new and eld, say etothituj
specialists. Suits are still made of
wartime fabrics that need help
from the wearers to keep them
looking well and to give service.
Here are a few reminders for suit
rare. Keep suits brushed. Get dust
out of folds and corners. Work
with the grain of the oloth and
use a good clothes brash. A whisk
broom only hits high spots. A suit
properly brushed and hung needs
Hang coats squarely on broad
wooden hangers of the wishbone
shape made for men's suits. When
a coat must hang on chair, take
time to pull shoulders- into shape
over chair corners. If a coat must
hang on a hook, hang it by tho loop
at the back of the neck.
Best way to hang trousers is up
side down, using a Hanger with
clips. If trousers must be laid
over the crossbar of a wire banger,
fasten cardboard or thick paper
over the crossbar,, to prevent a
sharp crease. Check buttons for
tightness once in -a while. It is
still not easy to match lost but
tons. Trousers finished -about one-half
inch above the heels look and wear
best at the lower etige. A strip of
cloth or tape sewed just I aside the
edge takes the brunt of wear off
the trouser cuff.
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Pfc. James W. Messer
Discharged After Two
Years In Europe
Private First Class James W.
Messer, AAF, who entered the
service in October, 1942, has been
discharged from the service. He
was inducted at Camp Croft and
prior to being sent overseas was
stationed at the following posts:
Fort Jackson, Miami Beach, Ama
rillo, Texas, Las Vegas, Nev., Sey
mour Johnson Field, and Camp
Kilmer, N. J. .
Pfc. Messer served for two years
with the 8th Air Force in the
European theater and was a gun
ner on a B-17 part of the time
and served on the ground the re
mainder. He is entitled to wear the Euro
pean theater ribbon with six bat
tle stars, two presidential citations,
Good Conduct medal, and gunner's
Robert W. Phelps
Returns To Virginia
After Ten-Day Leave
Robert W. Phelps, HA first class,
son of Mrs. Chas Shelmut, of Mag
gie, and John W. Phelps of Ogden,
Utah, has returned to Fort Eustls,
Lee Hall. Va., after spending 10
days here with relatives.
He entered the service in Jan
uary of this year and took his boot
training at Baimbridge. Md. He is
a graduate of the Waynesville
Township high school.
wing, He is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Lawrence Messer, of Cove Creek,
and at the time he entered the
service was employed at the New
port News Shipbuilding and Dry
Buy Victory Bonds Bring The
Boys Back Home
T5 John Hannah
Served In Five
T5 John Hannah, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Nick Hannah, of Cataloo
chee, who entered the service in
1942 and was inducted at Fort
Bragg has been discharged, after
serving with the army for 24
months in the European theater.
He received- his training at Camp
Cook and Camp Shanks, N. Y. He
served in Scotland. England,
France, Germany, Belgium, Hol
land and Austria. He Is entitled
to wear the European, theater rib
bon, with five battle stars, one
bronze star, Combat Infantryman's
badge and Victory medal.
At the time he entered tbe serv
ice he was employed by a manufac
turing plant in Bridston, N. J.
Pfc. Jesse Smith, Army,
Discharged From Servicq
Private First Class Jesse Smith,
U. S. Army, was recently dis
charged from Camp .Shelby, Miss,
He entered the service in October,
1942, and was inducted at Camp
Croft. Prior to being sent overseas
he received further training at
Fort Jackson, Camp Wheeler, Ga ,
Fort George Meade, Md., and New
Pfc. Smith served 30 months in
the Pacific theater and was at
tached to the 150th Infantry. He is
entitled to wear the Asiatic-Pacific
theater ribbon and the Good Con
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ARMY-NAVY MARRIAGE IN LONDON
1 1st ar.'tr
THE MIOIOROOM Capt Clarke F. Spencer, U. S. Army Engineer Corps,
of Boston, Mass., looks on as his bride, the former screen star Carol Raye,
klssea her father, LL Comdr. R. B. Corkney of tho British Royal Navy,
after her wedding to the U. S. officer in London. (International)
By Mrs. Ed Hhtaehart
Mrs W K.-Hatl and-Private Uiis
Frizzell, WAC, of Cullowhou and
Corporal Kddie Roury, of Missouri,
were the recent guests of Mr. mid
Mrs. James Hall and Mrs. Arthur
Sisk at their home on Allen's
Mrs. Lillie Suttles was the guest
of Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Belt during
the past week.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Rhlneharl,
of Caldwell, Ohio, are spending
a week with friends and relatives
on Alleen's Creek.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph R. Bown
left for New York during the
week where they expect to make
an extended visit. Mrs. Bown is
the former Miss Mae Russell,
granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs.
W. G Belt.
Swan MrClure, U. S. Navy, spent
the week-end with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Gaither McClure.
SKPNK IS GRATEFUL
Norton, Mass. Mrs. Howard
Woodward, president of the Animal
Rescue League of Taunton, spent
fifteen minutes taking a Jar off the
head of a skunk with no after effects.
Mark Eugene Carswell
Discharged at Charleston
Mark Eugme Carswell. AOM 3c.
of Waynesville. H. F. I). No 2 was
recently discharged from the U,S.
Navy personnel separntion center
at Charleston He entered the serv
ice tm March LI, IU43. mid his last
duly was at San Juan, P. R.
He has also been stationed at
Trinidad during his tour of duty
in the Caribbean area, and is en
tilled to wear the American theater
ribbon and the Victory bar.
To hear what some people say
you would think that the future of
civilization depended upon believ
ing what they say.
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