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THE WAYNES VILLE MOUNTAINEER
GO TO CHURCH SOMEWHERE EVERY SUND
AT THE CHURCHES
Rev S. R. Crockett, pastor.
Preaching service at 11:00 a. m.
Subject: The Scriptural Qualifica
tions for the Deacon.
No preaching service at night.
Sunday school 9:45, A. M. Law
son Summcrrow, superintendent.
Prayer meeting Wednesday 8:00
The Daily Vacalion Bible School
vill begin Monday. July 2!)th. at
2:30 P. M. Oilier children besides
those from Presbyterian homes will
RIVER SIDE AND ANTIOCH
Rev. Gay Chambers, pastor.
Sunday School meets at 10:00
o'clock with the superintendent,
Mr. Frank SorrelK, in charge.
B. T. I . will meet at 7:30 with
the director, .Mr. J. E. burnette.
in c harge.
Choir practice and prayer meet
ing Wednesday at 7 30.
Everyone is invited to be present
for each meeting.
Sunday School meets at 10:00
o'clock with Mr. J. L. McF.lroy in
At 11.00 o'clock the pastor will
speak on "What Manner of Person
Ought We to lie'"'
At 2:30 o'clock a baptizing will
be held for all those wishing to
unite ith I lie church.
Attend oiir church services and
have your strength renewed for the
FINES CHE I K BAPTIST C HI IU II
Roy V. Young, Pastor
The Sunday School will meet at
10:30 with M. M. Kirkpatrick in
The Pastor will speak at 11.30
on the Subject. "Hath Cod cast
away His People ""
B. T. I1, at ROO with the leader
in charge "Study to show lh
self approved, a workman unto
Rev. Malcolm R. Willimson,
Whitener Provost. Superintend
ent of Sunday School.
Sunday School at 10 00 o'clock.
Morning Worship. 11:00 o'clock
Sermon Subject, "THE PEACE OK
The sermon will be a discussion
of some of the problems incident
to the bombing of the King David
hotel in Jerusalem. Mr Williamson
will attempt to answer the ques
tion "Can there be Peace in
There will he adequate seating
space for all visitors who wish to
cttend the service.
Young Peoples League will meet
:it 7:00 P. M.
Hymn-Sing service on Wed
nesday evening at 8.00 o'clock con
ducted by Joe Emerson Rose.
Inventing time and attention in
older people pays excellent divi
dends. Younger people ha' e a
way of overlooking that fact. Some
don't know it: others forget it.
In the first place youth can learn
much from experience of age. They
can save themselves many hard
lessons in the school of experience
Each generation passes through the
experience of thinking that their
parents are old-fashioned and out-of-date.
As they grow in knowl
edge and experience they conic
around to the conclusion that their
parents' generation had some con
siderable wisdom after all. I can
recall the lime, after having passed
through a period when I thought
my parents were "old-fashioned,"
that I came to the conclusion that
if I did as well at their age as they
had done, I would be most for
tunate. There is added reason for show-
ling attention to
the aged. One
clay, u we live, we
.will stand in their
place. The world
is ruled by the
law of cause and
effect. As we
treat the aged, so
will we be treated
when we become
old. I have watch
ed that work out too many times.
We reap what we sow.
. There are many little thoughtful
attentions which we can show to
those who are in the sunset years
of life'. Many of them become
quite forgetful. This is especially
true of the names of persons. They
knew us as children; they knew our
parents. Then we grew up to ma
turity and perhaps don't see them
very often. They still recall us as
children and don't recognize us as
I always try to remember this
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Paul V. Townsend, pastor.
Church School opens at 10:00
o'clock with worship services in all
departments. Classes begin at
10:15. M. II. Howies, superintend
ent. Sunday morning worship service
at 11:00 o'clocll. Sermon: "Thy
Touch Has Still Its Ancient
Power" by the pastor.
Methodist Youth Fellowship
meets at 7.00 P. M. Mrs. R C.
Treue, director of young people's
Evening services begin at 8:00
o'clock with a sermon by the pas
tor. The Young Adult class will re
sume their class meeting Sunday.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
I.. (1. Fllioll, pastor.
Sunday school at 0:15. Earl Mes-
ser. supei inleiidenl ; ben Phillips,
issjslanl superintendent. The gen
eral lesson topic lor Sunday. July
lilt, is "The Supremacy of Spiritual
Morning worship at 11 o'clock.
The pastor's subject will be "Let
Training Union meets at 7:00
o'clock under the direction of Miss
llalsie Freeman and Emmett Bal
' nt inc. This Training Union pro
vides worship, fellowship and train
nig. We invito you to come and
help us make this a bigger and
belter Training Union.
Evening worship service at 8:00
o'clock. The pastor will speak
upon this subject: "Honorable Ves
sels." Mid-week worship service Wed
nesday night at 8 o'clock.
(race Church In The Mountains
Flew Robert (!. Tatiim, rector.
Church school at 9:30 a. m.
Morning prayer and sermon at
1 1:00 a. in.
Young People's Service League
and Crusaders at 0:30 p. m.
ST. JOHN'S CATHOLIC CHURCH
Schedule of Masses
Every Sunday 11:00 A.M.
Bryson City ,
Every Sunday 8:00 A.M.
Canton 5th Sunday 8:00 A.M.
Cherokee 3rd Sunday 8:00 A.M.
Every Sunday 11:00 A.M.
Every Sunday 8:00 A.M.
Every Sunday 11:00 A.M.
Murphy- First Sunday 8:00 A.M.
Sylva Fourth Sunday 8:00 A.M.
The church rooms are located
on the second floor of the Masonic
Temple. Services are held each
Sunday morning at 11 o'clock in
the church rooms. The subject for
next Suday will be "Truth" and the
golden text will be taken from
Psalm 31; 5. "Into thine hand I
commend my spirit: thou hast re
deemed me. O Lord God of Truth."
SPAUGH, D. D.
when I speak to an older person
whom I have not seen for some
tune, ti lling them my name, and
perhaps the names of my parents.
This saves them much embarrass
ment and is truly appreciated. I
have often seen older people
'Pathetically trying to recall the
name of some younger person who
is speaking to them. He could
have put them perfectly at ease
by telling them at the very outset
who he was, but he didn't think
No one grows loo old to like at
tention. A friend told me the oth
er day that lie saw an elderly
woman, quite feeble, coming down
the steps of a building, to enter
a waiting taxicah. He stopped and
offered to assist her, which was
gratefully accepted. She insisted
on knowing his name. When he
came home that evening his wife
told him that the little old lady
had telephoned to tell her what a
thoughtful husband she had. It
didn't make either feel badly.
Editor's Note: The third printing
of Dr. Spaugh's new book, "The
Pathway to Contentment" is now
off the press, and orders can be
filled. Address it to The Every
day Counselor, P. O. Box 4145,
Charlotte, N. C. Enclose $1.00.
CANTON LEGION POST
The Varner-Rhinehard Post 61,
American Legion is sponsoring an
appearance in Canton of Cliff
Carlyle and his band from Knox
villc tonight, at 8 p. m.
Mrs. W. H. Lyle, who has been
the guest of her son-in-law and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Carroll V.
Bell, has returned to her home in
Reverence for Spiritual Values ILLUSTRATED SUNDAY
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"To what purpose is the multitude of
your sacrifices unto Me. saith the Lord;
1 1 am full of the burnt offerings of rams,
and the fat of fed beasts, and I delight
not in the blood of bullocks, or of lambs,
or of he mats."
Among the men discharged from
the Waynesville area of the county
during the past week were the fol
lowing: Kenneth Jack Dillard. IJM. third
class, from Navy at Camp Shelloii.
Herbert Nelson. Seaman second
class from Navy at Camp Shcllon.
Private r n si iass j ne: I l
Warren, from Army at fort Ilrar.g
Private James I) Crawford, from
Army at Fort Bragg.
John Thomas Underwood, l' lirst
class from Navy at Camp Shcllon.
James Hardy Nolaml, I'llin. third
class from Navy at Huston. Mass.
Thomas Allen Noland, seaman
first class from Navy at llainhi idge.
Tech-3 Theodore It. Safford. from
army at Kurt llragg.
William llarvy Griffin, I', first
class, from Navy at Camp Shcllon.
Raymond McDonald Greene, Sea
man first class from Navy at Long
Island. N. Y.
Tech-5 Taylor K. Sutton from
Army at Port Sam Houston, Tex.
Mrs. Ed Glavich
The Vacation Bible School which
has been conducted at the Maple
Grove church ended Sunday with
a short program of songs and scrip
ture verses learned by the stu
dents at the school. Scrapbooks
made by the children were on
Twenty-four children in the com
munity were enrolled in the school
and the attendance was excellent.
Mrs. Charles Hoss and Mrs. Ld
Glavich conducted the school.
Announcement has been made
of the marriage of Miss Mary Ellen
Jones and Rufus Harris. Jr.. which
took place on the afternoon of
July 4th in Clayton. Ga.
Mrs. Harris is the granddaugh
ter of Mrs. Will Jones. Mr Harris
is a veteran of, World War II and
served wlttr the seventh army m
Europe. Both the bride and bride
groom arc natives of Ha.xwuod
Mr and Mrs. Ed Glavich had as
their dinner guests on I i eiav even
ing. Mr. and Mrs. L i.ud l .ody
and Miss Mahela Moody.
Miss' Grace Jones has returned
to her home alter spending a week's
vacation at Carolina Beach .
JAMES HARItV NOLAN I)
DISCHARGED I ROM SERVICE
James Hardy Noland. Pharmacist
Mate, third class, has been honor
ably discharged from the Navy
He is a graduate of the Waynesvilie
Township high school and served
in the navy for eighteen months,
having been assigned to duty in a
hoispital in Rhode Island.
SUNDAY SCHOOL EXPANDS
The Adult TJeVartment of the
First Baptist Sunday school will
add an additional class for young
men beginning Sunday, July 28th.
A teacher of unusual ability and
consecration will have charge of
this new class. Special appeal is
being made to the young men of
the church and the community
between the ages of 25 and 35 to
become members of this class.
The entire Adult department has
been moved to the first floor of the
educational building, with the as
sembly in the social hall. Two ad
ditional class rooms have been pro
vided, making a total of six class
rooms for the Adult department
in the new quarters.
A good driver is one who knows
his own limitations and attempts
to allow for. those of others.
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' Every tree that bringeth not forth good
fruit is hewn down, ard cast into the
fire." Jesus told His followers. "Where
fore, by their fruits ye shall know
them." meaning the deeds of the false
prophets against whom Christ warned-
Reverence for Spiritual Values
HIGHLIGHTS ON THE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON
By NEWMAN CAMPBELL
(The International Uniform
Lesson on the above topic for July
28 Is Exodus 20:7; Leviticus 19:12;
Isaiah 1:11-18; Matt. 5:33-37;
6:5-9; 7:15-23; Mark 7:5-8; 8:34
38; Luke 18:10-14, the Memory
Verse being Matt, 6:9, "Our Fa
ther who art In heaven, Hallowed
he Thy name.")
"THOU SHALT not take the
name of thy God in vain; for the
Lord will not hold him guiltless
that taketh His name In vain."
This is found In the 20th chapter
of Exodus, and In Leviticus we
read, "And ye shall not swear by
My name falsely, neither shalt
thou profane the name of thy
God: I am the Lord."
In this modern world, where
profanity comes so easily to the
lips of men, women, and even
children, it is well to read these
words and ponder them. Why is
it that the habit of "taking God's
name in vain" is so common these
days? We revere God and call
upon Him in all our troubles. The
soldiers in the war prayed; their
parents and friends at home
prayed for them, and when they
were lost, these same parents,
wives, sweethearts, friends, called
upon God to help them bear their
grief. But lightly, every day, on
the street, In ordinary conversa
tion, we hear His name spoken
Isaiah tells us what is pleasing
in Gods sight. Not the sacrifices
that the Jews were wont to offer
up; "To what purpose Is the mul
titude of your sacrifices unto Me?
saith the Lord; I am full of burnt
offerings of rams, and the fat of
fed beasts; and I delight not In
the blood of bullocks, or of lambs,
or of he goats. . . . Bring no
more vain oblations; Incense is an
abomination unto Me."
Put Away Evil Things
"Wash you, make you clean;
put away the evil of your doings
from before mine eyes; cease to do
evil. Learn to do well; seek Judg
ment, relieve the oppressed, Judge
the fatherless, plead for the wid
ow." Righteousness, love, mercy;
these are what the Lord requires
of His people. Strange, Is it not,
that Human beings are so consti
tuted that they cannot follow this
simple sounding rule?
The Pharisees and scribes who
followed minutely the laws laid
down In the Jewish tradition,
asked Jesus why His disciples did
not do as they did. Jesus an
swered, calling them hypocrites,
and telling them that they "hon
oreth Me with their lips, but their
heart is far from Me." His disci
ples, He said, really did worship
their Lord, but ye. He said, "hold
'li? tradition of men, as the wash
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Jesus and the multitude of people.
"Our Father Wh art in heaven, Hallowed be Thy ame."-Matl. S;,
The scribes and Pharisees asked Jesus
why His disciples did not observe the
Jewish rules of conduct. Jesus told them
to their faces that they were hypocrites
who "honoreth Me with their lips, but
their heart is far" from Me."
ing of pots and cups: and many
other such things ye do." In other
wordjS, performing the ceremon
ials, the washing of hands and
utensils, and all 'the other trivial
rules were more Important in
these men's minds than the heart
worsWp God demands.
Jesus warned His disciples of
false prophets "which come to you
In sheep's clothing, but inwardly
are ravening wolves." "By their
fruits shall ye know them," He
told them. A good tree will bring
forth good fruit, but a bad tree
will bring forth poor fruit. The
poor tree will be cut down and
thrown Into the fire, so by their
deeds should thes.; false prophets
be known to Hl3 followers.
On the subject of prayer, Jesus
told His followers to go Into their
secret closets, shut the door and
pray in quiet. The Lord already
knows what you need, and "thy
Father which seeth In secret shall
reward thee openly." Then He told
them to pray thus, "Our Father,
which art in heaven, Hallowed be
Jesus Tell a Parable
Jesus Illustrated His teachings
on prayer by telling about the two
men who went up to the temple
to pray. The one was a Pharisee
and the other a publican. The
Pharisee stood upright and
nrnvxt tViiia! "God. I thank Thee.
that I am notTsa other- rtteft re, -extortioners,
unjust, adulterers, or
even as this publican." Then he
recited how he fasted, gave tlthea
of all he possessed, etc., calling
God's attention to his own right
eousnesspatting himself on the
head, so to speak.
The publican stood far off, not
even lifting his eyes to heaven.
Smiting himself on the breast he
said, "God, be merciful to me a
"I tell you, this man went down
to his house justified rather than
the other: for every one that ex
alteth himself shall be abased; and
he that humbleth himself shall be
Jesus called the people to Him
with His diaciples and told them,
"Whosoever will come after Me,
let him deny himself, and take up
his cross and follow Me.
"For whosoever will save his life
shall lose it; but whosoever shall
lose his life for My sake and the
gospel's, the same shall save it.
"For what shall it profit a man,
if he shall gain the whole world,
and lose his own soul? Or what
shall a man give in exchange foi
"Whosoever therefore shall be
ashamed of Me and of My words.
... of him shall the Son of Man
be ashamed, when He cometh In
the glory of His father with the
6:5-9. 7:15-23; Mark 7:5-8, 8:34-38;
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FOR THE FUTURE WITH A
S. E. CONNATSER
ROUTE 2 WAYNESVILLE
Hazelwood, N. C.
Tuesday ... 8 P. M.
The Speckled Bird Of The Bi
BE SURE TO HEAR THIS
Wednesday... 8 P.M.
All Men Shall Be Offended 01
Also The -Ladies
Thursday.. i 8 P. M.
The Short Bed, Najrrow Cove
READ ISA. 28:20 IIUAK Till
Friday ...8 P.M.
A Most Forgoif en Truth
Something That Would Make
Two men went to the temple to pray,
a Pharisee and a publican. The Pharisee
thanked God that he was superior to
others, but the publican bowed his head
and asked God to be merciful to him.
MEMORY VERSE Matt. 6:9.
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