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TO CHURCH SOMEWHERE EVERY SUNDAY
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Rev. W. M. Kobins, pastor
Sunday school at 10 o'clock.
Church at 11:1)0 o'clock.
Methodist Youth Fellowship
The public is cordially invited to
attend these services.
FINKS CKKKK BAPTIST
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Sunday school meets at 10:30
with M. M. Kirkpatrick in charge.
The worship service starts at
11:30 with the pastor bringing the
The Ii. T. V. meets at 7 o'clock
with the leader in c harge.
A series of revival meetings will
begin Sunday night at 8 o'clock
with Kev. C. 11. Green, pastor of
West ("anion Baptist church,
speaking each night. Let us all
pray for Mr. (Jreen and for the
lost in our community.
I!ev. S. H. Crockett, pastor.
Sunday morning the pastor will
fill his regular appointment at the
Bethel I'rosbv terian church. He
will preach at 8:00 i. m. Sunday
Sunday school !) 45. Lawson
Summer row superintendent.
Prayer meeting Wednesday at
8:00 I), in.
Friday night the Vacation Bible
school will have its final exercise.'-:.
The pari ills anil friends of the
children are cordially invited to
Keep in mind the dale of Aug.
14th, 11:00 p. in. This is the night
the film, "The God of Creation,"
will he shown at the llazelwood
I'roshv lorian church. Fvory one is
invited to see this film. No ad
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Knl Uh Co Tn ninmui 1 llHIIL-vUIIling
Day To lie Observed At
Crablree Baptist Church
The annual home coming and
Decoration Day will be held at the
Crabtree Itaptisl Church on Sun
day. Aug. IK. All members of t ho
church and their friends are in
vited to attend the event, and
everyone presold is asked to bring
a picnic lunch with them.
23 Churches Represented Monday
At Inter-Faith Youth Rally Here
With church members of several
denominations present from Hay
wood county and two out-of-state
'churches, the first Inter-Faith
Youth Iially was considered a big
success Monday night at the
Wayncsvile First Methodist church,
j and the group voted unanimously
: to make the rally an annual affair,
j The inspirational talk by Dr.
j Sidney Unger. Jewish Rabbi from
I Asheville, was enthusiastically rc
' ceived. A main feature of the pro
l gram was congregational singing,
and special music was rendered
by the Canton First Baptist Youth
j choir under the direction of Miss
j Hev. Paul Townsend, pastor of
j the host church, gave the invoca
tion, and the devotional was con
ducted by the youth group from
the Canton Presbyterian church.
Charles Fisher served as program
(Elte (5oldett (Text
"Honor thy fathor aml thy mothor,
land which tho lord ihy Cod
Jesus and Home
If ye, being evil, know how to give
plfls unto your children, how
more shall yuur Father which
heaven give good things to tlu-m
Rev. Carl King
The Reverend Carl II King, ex
ecutive secretary of the conference
board of education of the Western
North Carolina Conference. Metho
dist church, will address Hie adult
classes ol Long's Chapel Methodist
Church during the opening exer
cises of the church school on Sun
day morning at 11 o'clock, accord
inn to an announcement by the
Hev. Mr. King will have as his
subject, "What a Church School.
Meant to Me." Later when the
classes convene, Ucv. King will1
conduct the combined adult classes
in a study of the Sunday school
lesson treat nig the subject, "Mak
ing Our Homes Christian.''
At Fines Creek
A series of meetings will begin
Sunday night, August 11th, at the
Fines ("reek Baptist church.
The guest speaker for these
meetings will be Dev. C. II. Green,
pastor of the West Canton Baptist
There will be special music each
nighl and Mr. Gordon- Woody will
be in charge of the music.
Everyone is extended a special
invitation to attend these meet
ings and the pastor asks that every
Christian be much in prayer con
cerning the lost in the community.
chairman, nad the visiting speak
er was introduced by Harry Win
ner. Canton business man.
Rockwood. Shady Grove a n d
Waynesville Methodist churches
and the Presbyterian churches at
Bethel, Canton. Waynesville, and
one in Mississippi.
The Haywood County Methodist
Youth Fellowship council, which
sponsored the rally, announces
that the next meeting of the council
will be at the Canton Central
church at 8 p. m. Monday night to
plan for the Beaverdam meeting
the second Monday in September.
Represented at the ralley were
23 different churches: the Can
ton, llazelwood. Shady Grove, and
Miami. Fla. Baptist churches: the
Beaverdam, Bethel. Canton Central.
Canton First, Elizabeth Chapel.
Harmony Grove, Lake dunaluska
Louisa Chapel, Morning Star
thai thy dayt may bo long in fno
flivolh heo."-Exodu$ 20:12..
Jesua told the Pharisees, "Full well ye
reject the commandments of God, thut
ye may keep your own tradition. For
Moses said, 'Honor thy father nnd thy
lesus and Home Relationships
HIGHLIGHTS ON THE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON
By NEWMAN CAMPBELL
(The International Uniform
Lesson on the above topic tor
Aug. 11 is Exodus 20 12. Mat
thew 7:9-12, Mark 7:6-13, Luke
2 41-52; Ephesian.s 6:1-4. Hebrews
12:7-11. the Memory Verse betue
Exodus 20:12. "Honor thy father
and thy mother, that thy days
may be long in the land which the
Lord thy God gtvelh thee.")
"HONOR THY father and thy
mother, that thy days may be
long In the land which the Lord
thy God giveth thee." So reads
Since the end of the war, Juven
ile deliquency has been a tremen
dous problem of the whole United
States and other countries, loo
What is wrong ? The homes of the
nations are suspect. Broken
homes, homes where mothers work
away and therefore cannot give
proper attention to their grow
ing children. Homes where par
ents are interested In other
things than the training of their
children in law-abiding ways All
these are partly to blame
How can children brought up in
homes such as these "honor" their
fathers and mothers? Instead they
often despise and resent them an.l
blame their faults on I hem
Such parents are, of course, in
the minority. If we look about us
at our friends, their friends, the
people we know in our churches,
clubs, etc., we see - conscientious
parents doing their best to bring
up their children in God-fearing
ways But there are far too many
of the other sort, and everyone
including the parents suffer be
cause of this state of affairs.
Farents Have Responsibilities
With so much brutality and
hatred engendered In the world,
parents have a tremendous re
sponsibility for the morals of the
coming generation. On the hope
ful side is the fact that many
more parents are Interested in and
are studying child training from
experts and trying to understand
and help their children to take
their places as good Christian citi
zens. We have recently had in our
lesson the story of Jesus and His
parents going to Jerusalem foi
the Passover, and Jesus being
fnnml hv His father and mother
in the temple talking
Tiriests The only part,
that we will mention here, Is the
fact that He returned to Nazareth
with His people, and submitted
Himself to them thereafter.
"And Jesus increased in wisdom
nnd stature, and In favor with God
Distributed by King
Drinking far outranks all other
male faults in a recent Gallup
Poll of the ten
Aorst fault of hus
bands and wives.
A mo n g wives'
was number four.
ivhile nagging was
which gives the
list in an article
Redbook observes that drinking
was a minor problem in a similar
survey taken ten years a2o.
Alcoholism is certainly the
number one problem which comes
to this desk. The dreary and tragic
procession haunts me. How long
are we going to continue to trifle
with this public ' enemy number
Beverage alcohol is diabolical in
its insidious cunning, traps its
victims before they realize it. I
have heard its tragic story so often
until I know it by heart.
It always commences with social
drinking, usually among young
people who indulge because they
think it is "smart". Modern so
ciety looks upon it approvingly.
Some continue this custom in
moderation throughout life with
little or no apparent ill effect.
-Exodus 20:12: Mat 7:9-12: Mrk 7:6-13:
After Jesus' adventure in the temple in
Jerusalem, He went down to Nazareth
with His parents, and was subject unto
them, and inci
and man " This is the only story
we have concerning Jesus' child
hood and only Luke tells it But it
suggests that He was an obedient
child He had brothers and sisters,
you know but there must have
been love, obedience and happiness
in that home
Jesus compares the good father
with the fatherslup of God when
He asks, "What man is there of
you. whom if his son ask bread,
will he give him a stone? Or if he
ask a fish, will he give him a serpent-'"
How much more, then, will
God, our loving heavenly Father,
give us. His children, good things
if we earnestly ask Him?
Jesus Rebukes the Pharisees
Jesus rebuked the Pharisees
and "certain of the scribes" when
they complained that the disci
ples did not wash their bands be
fore eating In the ceremonious
way of the Jews, or the cups and
pots and brazen vessels He called
them hypocrites who observed the
letter of the law but when it
came to taking care of their old
paients they resorted to tricks A
man could say to his needy par
ents that such a properly was
"Corban." a gift to the Lord, and
still could take profits from It for
his own use and be free of caring
for his parents "Ye reject the
commandment of God. that ye
may keep your own tradition." He
In a letter to the Ephesians,
written from Rome. Paul repeats
the instruction, of honoring and
rrioymg parents, and adds to it
"Children." he says, obey your
paients in the Lord for this is
"Honor thy father and mother;
winch is the first commandment
with promise." The promise is
that they shall live long in the
land that the Lord their God gave
them. Then Paul writes, "And ye,
fathers, provoke not your children
to wrath: but bring them up in
the nurture and admonition of the
All parents make mistakes, of
crurse, they are too Indulgent and
then too strict. They lose their
tempers Just as we all do, and are
net always wise. But the good par
ent does try to control his own
nature, to be Just, understanding
and loving to his child He tries
not only by words of rebuke,
counsel and advice, but by his
example, to teach them the way
they should live Such a par
ent should be honored all his days,
nnd after he has passed on be Is
never forgotten. Such parents try
to live as God, their F'ather, would
have them, and their children
"rise up and call them blessed."
SPAUGH, D. D.
But increasing thousands are
slipping over into the second slage.
They take il for the "lift " il gives
them. They fail to realize the
deadly fact that alcohol is habit
forming. Before they realize il
the habit has fastened itself upon
them, and they are slaves to drink.
They are alcoholics. Then every
thing is sacrificed for drink -health,
home, business, character,
loved ones, happiness, yes the hope.
of heaven itself.
From wide experience with
alcoholism, it is my firm conviction
that nothing but the power of God
can break the habit. Other so
called "curses" are only temporary.
Alcbolics Anonymous, now a nation-wide
organization, of growing
proportions, with clubs in all prin
cipal cities shows men how the
power of God can cure alcoholism.
To the increasing number of those
who write the Everyday Counselor
concerning alcoholism, I again say,
Seek out your nearest club, or write
to Alcoholics Annonymous, Box 657
Church St. Annex, New York City.
To those social drinkers who may
happen to read this, I plead, Why
trifle with that which is annually
ruining thousands of lives. You
see the terrible results of alcohol
all about you. What makes you
think, "That won't happen to me"?
It may. Why run the risk?
Luke t:41-32: Tah. 8:1-4: Hebrews
rased In statute
w Is. loin.
Two Events On Aliens
Creek Sunday Morning
To Draw Large Crowds
i special religious events will
Id on Aliens Creek Sundav
moniiiie, and all indications are
thai both will draw large crowds
t leu o'clock. the annual
lliichaiian Decoration program will
begin, with Hev Will Mas.se . in j
eh.ngc Ml relatives ol the some.
'.'MO people who are buried in thej
Buchanan Cenictci v are expected
to attend A special committee re
eoll !.ad the cemetery cleared,
anil the services will be held at the
No picnic will be held Ibis year
m connection with the decimal ion
At eleven o'clock, special services
will he held at the new $1(1.000
llockv Branch Baptist Church, with
lit v N 1 .. Slev eiison. pastor,
preaching a special sermon for the
Construction was started on Un
church last fall, and with many of
the nieii of the church contributing
labor and materials, the building
has been completed Contributions
were received from the coniniunily
at large, and the committee yester
day expressed Ihcir appreciation
lor the generous gills that bad been
The modern church is built right
at the end of the Aliens Creek pav
VSK THE CLASSIFIED ADS
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Tuesday, 8 P. M.
Given h Mew If ame
WHAT IS IT?
Wednesday No Meeting
The Pearl Of Oreal Price
Friday No Meeting
Saturday - Preaching - 3 P. M.
Notice This Sabbath Service
Services 3 Nights.
Saturday At 3 P. M.
ey Aw,.d j Bu.,th.r
"Children obey your parents m
Lord; for this is right. Honor
father and mother: winch is the
commandment with pioon.se "
MEMORY VERSE--Exodus 20:12
To Be Held Sunday
At Buchanan Cemetery
i.il I Jif.ii.il
ion Day at
IV Will lll
sl 11. Hev
-Italian i ineti
en w ill lie I hi-
the program. Ml those who have
friends and relative- buried ill Hie
cemetery anil interested Irienils are
asked lo attend the il.iv's program.
Electric pig brooders help to
save one extra pig per litter nnd
give an earlier pig crop, especially
In the colder sections. The brooder
provides a warm hover for the pigs
when not nursing.
9 Dependable (iariiKC
9 Stove Wood
Rock. Sand and Gravel
9 Taxi Service
9 Expert Mechanics
Vernon Hill Miner Hannah
l'hone 171 -J
Read Rev. 1
t of the Beast
Aug. 11th, 8 p. m.
The Big Tent
Hazelwood, N. C.
HERE and THERE
'Continued From Page Two!
in the community she has contrib
uted much. In her attendance at
missionary gatherings and state
and Baptist World Alliances, she
has brought back a message to
these grounds. She has had an
understanding heart. There has
never been gushing in her speech
or behavior. She never lost her
hc.id in undue admiration of some,
hoy or gill: but everyone learned
at Miss Sallie loved them and
could be counted on as their
friend Hundreds have left this
spot with choice memories, but
they never get away from the inter
est of "Miss Sallie " If there was
some flaw in the life of a person,
she recognized it and she gently
and tenderly, and if required,
sternly found occasion tu help cor
rect that defect. Today our hearts
lejoice because she is si ill among
us, keenly interested in our af
fairs. To me has been entrusted
the privilege of saving to you,
"Miss Sallie," everyone of us loves
inn dearly, and counts himself a
little belter because you have
helped us aspire lo nobler things.
In behalf of the alumni of our
noble lionie I lake pleasure in pre
senting this gift, a token of their
We salnle one of Haywood's
most distinguished citizens, Miss
Sallie Mi Ci acken in her life lies
inspiration fur us all.
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