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THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
GO TO CHURCH SOMEWHERE EVERY SUNT)
AT THE CHURCHES
WAYNES VILLE PRESBYTERIAN
Rev. Malcolm R. Williamson,
Whitener Prevost, Superintend
ent of Sunday School.
Sunday School at 10:00 o'clock.
Morning worship at 11:00 o'clock.
Sermon Subject: "Miracles of
Youth Fellowship meeting at
7:00 P. M.
Prayer Service Wednesday eve
ning at 7:30.
The church rooms are located
on the second floor of the Masonic
Temple. Morning services are held
each Sunday in the church rooms
at 11 o'clock. The subject of the
Lesson-Sermon on next Sunday
morning will be "Reality " The
Golden Text will be taken from
Psalms 62:7. "In God is my salva
tion and my glory: the rock of my
strength, and my refuge, is in
Mrs. C. O. Newell, pastor.
Sunday is Fifth Sunday on the
Crabtree Charge and all the charge
is asked to meet with the Davis
Chapel people in an all-day service.
Church school at 10:00 o'clock,
Mrs. Grady Davis, superintendent
Mrs. Newell will preach in the
morning and Mr Grover Davis will
also talk to us. We will have
lunch together at noon.
In the afternoon Mrs. Woody
Jones, district secretary of Chil
dren's work in the W S C S. will
talk to us on the importance of
Children's work. Rev. Cecil Ilcck
ard will preach for us in the after
noon and administer the World
FIRST BAPTIST CHIRCII
L. G. Elliott, pastor.
Sunday School at 9:45 Earl Mcs
ser, superintendent, Hen Phillips,
associate superintendent. The gen
eral lesson topic for Sunday, Sep
tember 29th, is: "Jesus and the
Law of Love."
Morning worship at 11 o'clock.
Dr. Brown's sermon subject will
be: "A Conversation With Jesus."
At 3 o'clock Sunday afternoon
there will be a mass meeting with
all churches of the town partici
pating. Dr. Brown's subject will
be: "Keeping the Foundations."
We are extremely anxious for every
family to attend this special meet
Training Union at 6:30 under
the direction of Miss Hatsie Free
man and Emmctt Balentine. WE
Sunday is also Promotion Day
for the Sunday School and Train
Evening worship at 7:30. Dr.
Brown will speak upon this sub
ject: "The Cross." This will be
the concluding message of our re
Mid-week prayer service and
choir rehearsal Wednesday night
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Rev. Paul Townsend, pastor.
Church School opens with wor
ship services in the departments
at 10 o'clock. Classes begin at
10:15. M. H. Bowles, superintend
ent, Frank Rogers, assistant super
intendent. Sunday morning church services
at 11. Sermon by Rev. Paul W.
Townsend, "What Can I Do With
Youth Fellowship meets at 6:30
in the Youth Chapel. Please ob
serve the time change. We will be
hosts to the Long's Chapel MYF.
Mark Rogers, Donald Corwin, Joe
Love, Mary Ann Massif, Ann Town
send, and Violet Jane Matney will
serve on the committee.
Sunday is the last Sunday before
Conference. At the 11 o'clock
service we wish to observe Family
Sunday with all the members of
each family sitting together. Let's
everyone plan to he present and
make this a great occasion for us
all. There will be a special mes
sage for the children. This being
the fifth Sunday of September we
are having a special offering for
the Children's Home, both in the
Church School classes and at the
church service. For these children
at the Home we are brothers and
sisters and fathers and mothers.
Let's bring at least 50 cents or a
dollar for this offering.
For the evening service, our con
gregation will worship with the
Baptists at 7:30 in their concluding
service of the revival.
Sunday Afternoon Service
All our people are urged to at
tend the Mass meeting at the Bap
tist church at 3:00 o'clock, when
Dr. Brown will preach. This is to
be a service for all congregations
and all the people of Waynesville.
W. M. Robbins, pastor.
Mrs. Newell, who has been help
ing us in a meeting this week will
hold her last service Friday night.
At the close of the service Friday
night Dr. W. B. West, the district
superintendent, will hold the fourth
quarterly conference for Hazel
wood charge. All the officials of
the church are urged to be present.
Sunday School at 10 o'clock Sun
day morning. Mrs. Cecil Mauney,
superintendent, and preaching at
11 o'clock by the pastor. This is
our last service before the confer
ence, so be sure to be present, if
CLYDE METHODIST CHURCH
C. O. Newell, pastor.
Next Sunday, Sept. 29, the Clyde
Methodist church will observe the
Communion Service at the 11:00
o'clock hour. At the beginning of
the service the pastor will receive
members into the church and then
bring a brief message in keeping
wnn the Communion service.
At the close of the Sunday School
session there will be an installation
service for the officers and teach
ers of the Sunday School. All of
ficers, teachers and assistant teach
ers are requested to be present.
There will be a sermon preached
at 7:30 o'clock by Rev. Mrs. C. O.
This is the last service of the
year and we are asking for a full
attendance of our membership.
ST. JOHN'S CATHOLIC CHURCH
Schedule of Masses
Every Sunday ii-oo A M
Every Sunday 8:00 A.M.
Canton 5th Sunday ... 8:00 A.M.
Cherokee 3rd Sunday 8:00 A M
Every Sunday 11:00 AM
Every Sunday 8:00 AM.
Every Sunday n:00 A.M
Murphy First Sunday 8:00 A.M
Sylva Fourth Sunday 8:00 A.M
FINES CREEK BAPTIST
Roy V. Young, pastor.
Sunday School begins at 10:30
with M. M. Kirkpatrick, superin
tendent, in charge. May we re
member the words of the apostle
Paul when he said "Let us draw
near with a true heart in full ?s
surance of faith, having our hearts
and our bodies washed with pure
sprinkled from an evil conscience,
water." Hebrews 10:22.
The pastor will speak on "The
Christian and the World" at the
morning worship service. The world
is our field of service, the lost are
our opportunities to serve. What
are you doing with His service?"
Training Union meets at 7:30
with the union leader in charge.
Rev. S. R. Crockett, pastor.
Next Sunday being the fifth, the
pastor will preach in the morning
at Bethel Presbyterian church, and
at 7.30 P. M. he will preach at
Hazelwood, subject: "Is there no
balm in Gilead?"
Sunday School 10.00 A. M., Law
son Summerrow, superintendent.
Prayer meeting Wednesday at
i.im i. M.
Jesus and the Law of Lovo
ScrlDture Exodus 20:3-17: Psalm 119: 33-40: Jeremiah 31:31-34: Matthew. 5:38-48 ; 22:37-39
ILLUSTRATED SUNDAY SCHOOL LcSiOlM By Alfred j. Buesche,
Mark 12:30-31; Luke iu:s;-3: tvonians :z-: uaiauans 5:i3-24.
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1 "Ye have heard that It hath been said,
.Thou shalt love thy neighbour and hate
'thine enemy But I say unto you. Love
your enemies, bless them that curse you,
do good to them that hate you. and pray
for them which despitefully use you."
In answer to a lawyer who asked, u'hat
Is the great commandment, Jesus said,
"Thou shalt love the Lord thy God - .
which is the first and great command
ment. The second ts like unto it. Thou
shalt love they neighbour as thyself."
Jesus told about a Samaritan who bound
up the wounds of a robbed and beaten
man after a priest and a Levite had
passed him by; took him to an inn, gave
the inn-keeper money, andtold him to
take care of the wounded man.
"Which now of these three, thinkesi
thou, was neighbor to him, who Mi
among thieves?" Jesus asked. He said.
"He that showed mercy on him." Jesus
said, "Go and do thou likewise."
MEMORY VERSE Romans 13.10.
Jesus and the Law of Love
HIGHLIGHTS ON THE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON
By NEWMAN CAMPBELL
(The International Uniform
Lesson on the above topic for
Sept. 29 Is Exodus 20:3-17; Psalm
119:33-40; Jeremiah 31:31-34;
Matthew 5:38-48; 22:37-39; Mark
12:30-31: Luke 10:25-37; Romans
8:2-4, Galatlans 5:13-24, the
Memory Verse being Romans
13:10, "Love worketh no 111 to his
neighbor: love therefore is the
fulfillment of the law.")
'JESUS AND the Law of Love
is the title of today's lesson, alid
we And in it how Jesus Inter
preted this law. No half way
measures with Him. He went the
We have been studying the
commandments as written in the
book of Exodus, and know from
It that our first duty is to love
God with our whole hearts. Man's
struggle to attain the ideal which
Jesus gives us Is typified In the
119th Psalm of David, which Is
Included in our lesson today.
"Teach me, O Lord, the way of
Thy statutes; and I shall keep :t
unto the end.
"Give me understanding, and I
'shall keep Thy law. yea, I shall
Observe It with my whole heart.
"Turn away mine eyes from be
holding vanity; and quicken Thou
me In Thy way.
"Behold, I have 'longed after
Thy precepts; quicken me In Thy
These words are like the cry of
a child who wants so much to do
what Is right, but who fears to
dfumble and do what he knows
Every Man Will Know God
The Ideal association of God
and man Is found In Jeremiah,
who prophesies of the time when,
in a new covenant between God
and His children, men "shall
teach no more every man his
neighbor, and every man his
brother, saying, "Know the Lord:
for they shall all know Me, from
the least of them unto the great
est of them, salth the Lord."
If God Is in every man's heart
nd every woman's and child's
it will no longer be difficult to
do His bidding, and He will then
forgive their sins.
Can anyone obey Jesus' rule of
loving our enemies ? The old He
brew law asked for "an eye for an
eye and a tooth for a tooth." In
other words, a wrong should be
avenged in the manner In which
It was given.
"Ye have heard that It hath
been said, Thou shalt love thy
neighbour and hate thine enemy.
But I say unto you, Love your
enemies, bless them that curse
you, do good to them that hate
you, and pray for them that
despitefully use you and perse
cute you." ,
"That ye may be the children
of your Father which is In
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heaven: for He maketh His sun
to rise on the evil and on the
good, and sendeth rain on the
just and on the unjust." We can
all see that this is so. And Jesus
goes on to show that If we simply
love those who love and are kind
to us, we do just as everyone else
does. We cannot take any credit
for it. But If we try to see the
good In our enemies, and are pa
tient and loving toward them,
even praying that blessings may
come to them instead of thinking
vtndictlve thoughts about them,
we really have the God of Love
in our hearts and are doing what
He wants us to do.
Story of Good Samaritan
The parable of the good Samari
tan Is known to us, but It Is al
ways a lovely story to tell and
beautifully illustrates our lesson.
Jesus told it to a man who had
asked Him how he could Inherit
eternal life. When Jesus told him
to love God and his neighbour,
he asked, trying to justify his
question. "And who is my neigh
Then Jesus told him about a
man probably a Jew who was
traveling down the steep road
from Jerusalem to Jericho, and
when he came to a narrow gorge
was set upon by robbers, who
stripped him of lils clothes, took
his money and beat him, leaving
him nearly dead.
A priest came along, and saw
him, but whether from fear or
thinking It was none of his busi
ness, he went on his way. Like
wise a Levite (a priest's helper)
came along and also passed. Then
a Samaritan, one of an alien and
despised race, came that way. and
this man went to the wounded
man, bound up his wounds, then
got him upon the man's own
beast and took him to an inn and
paid the Inn-keeper to care for
him, promising that if this care
cost more than the money he left,
he would repay him when he
passed that way again.
"Which of these three, thlnkest
thou, was neighbour unto him
that fell among thieves?" Jesus
asked simply. The man answered,
"He that showed mercy unto him.
Then said Jesus unto him, Go, and
do thou likewise."
We all love ourselves. Every
child, every grown person, wants
things for himself, and It Is a
hard lesson to learn to be un
selfish and to think of others. Can
we go still further, and love
others as much as we love our
selves? And forgive and even
love our enemies and those who
do unkind things to us? It has
been done, but even all these
years after Jesus' teachings, not
too many of us are even trying
very hard to follow that teach
ing. But we can try, and keep
The (Solben (Texl
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The good Samaritan.
"lovo worketh no III to hii neighbor; love therefore is the
fulfillment of the law."-Roman 13:10.
REV. HERBERT SPAUJH, D. I).
FINES CREEK METHODIST
Dr. J! E. Sampley, retired preach
er of Lake Junaluska, will preach
in a charge wide service at the
Lower Fines Creek Methodist
church Sunday morning at 11:00
o'clock. World Communion will
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EAST WAYNESVILLE BAPTIST
Rev. Jarvis Underwood will con
duct preaching services at the East
Waynesville church on Sunday
evening at 7:30. The public is
What the nation really needs,
perhaps, is a larger proportion of
Parents can offer to their grow
ing children no substitute for per
sonal companionship. That takes
time, and there is nothing more
important. Those parents who are
too busy" at other things in
cluding making a living, dis
charging social obligations, and
even church work should find an
alarming warning in the ease of
seventeen - year - old William Heir
ens, recently sentenced to three
terms of life imprisonmnent for
three murders in one of the most
shocking and revolting cases ever
presented to the American public.
In an interview just alter his
conviction, according to the United
l'ress, he sent hi" I
message to other
youths of the
land, "Confide in
your parents or
those close to you
. . . I never had
the opportunity to
be close to my
parents. I was
sent away to
when I got in trouble, and I was
always away from home when 1
needed their confidence."
Although he also said, "I don't
blame my parents. They are two
of the most wonderful people in
the world," we can't help but see
in the background that they prob
ably made the mistake being made
by many parents, of failing to take
time to give their children the
companionship which the normal
The modern pattern is familiar.
When the baby first conies, he
receives an abundance of personal
attention, especially if he is the
first child. This continues through
Hie nursing period and in early
childhood. As the child grows, and
perhaps other children come,
household responsibilities increase
for the mother and financial de
mands for the father. They be
come increasingly taken up with
the mechanics of making a living
and housekeeping. Outside contacts
demand more time. These children
who become accustomed as small
children to personal attention from
their parents, find themselves re
ceiving less of it. Thwarted in
their desire for companionship
from their parents, they seek it
elsewhere, often from people and
other children who oiler a poor
Then comes adolescence, and
main- parents suddenly wake up
to the fact that their children are
strangers to them, present prob
lems which they do not know how
to meet. If a boarding school can
be afforded, many honestly think
this is the answer, and the child
is sent away from home. While
they think boarding school is the
only answer, but in too many cases
it is not. College age comes soon
enough, and it has always been my
girls should lie kept directly under
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Fifth Hearing K
RALEIGH She left SIL'.ouil a;!,',""
when she died the slow accumu- iuti ',.'
lation of her wages and tips as a of tA,
chambermaid at the Manor Hotel The Si ,i
in Asheville. . xh
iL-i, tuiiit-sung uenenciaries. a
group of relatives and friends, have
eamuu me win oi raaggie Wipson exi ic
Lomax to the North Carolina Su- nUnr
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is in prospect. Wednesday, the )V w
court found error in the case and 7'u!"'
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home influence until that time, if -.hade n;
at all possible. Parents should vli,.-., ,l:
take the time, no matter what the e,d ti,
cost, to give their children the lu pin dn,
full benefit of their companionship
and guidance during their forma
the years. They should take the
lime to work with them, play with
them and pray with them. The
fundamentals of character are
learned at home. That is when'
the child learns to meet and know
God, long before he comes to tlic;ing
church, if he ever comes. j we ;
Parents, don't be too busy to give' m:iki
your children that companionship ' luci
which they so need and desire. i its c
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Why Do It When We Can!
All Your Laundering
We Call and Deliver
J. W. KILL1AN, Owner
TO SAVE WIFE
COHASSET, Mass. When his
wife fell overboard in rough seas,
Joseph Figueiredo, 39, who could
not swim, apparently tied a rope i
around his waist and leaped into
the water in an effort to rescue
her. Figueiredo's rope-entangled !
body was recovered from the ocean
by police but the body of his wife
had not been found.
LOS ANGELES Emerging from
a manhole in which he was work
ing, John A. Sherwood was sur
prised to see a man take his lunch
from his automobile. Sherwood
gave chase, bagged the man and
turned him over to police. Feeling
pretty good about the whole thing.
Sherwood settled down to eat his
lunch, only to realize that the
police bad taken it for "evidence."
At The Tent
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7:30 P. M.
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Watch For Opening Of Tabernacle Soon
Services Saturday at 3:00 P. M.
HARRY LINER, JR., Mgr.
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