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    FRIDAY, MARCH 12
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THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
. 1948
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ILLUSTRATED SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON The Worth of Christian Character
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From Miletus, once a seaport town, to
Vie ancient city of Ephesus. oniw one
of the 12 cities of Ionia now in ruiiui.
Paul Journeyed on tua last missionary
JoUi nty
Arrived at Ephesus. Paul called the
elders of the church to him. and talked
to them of his own Ufe. warned them of
dangers to come and told them ho
to live as Christians
Paul told the eiders that he was going
to Jerusalem and (hey probably would
never see hia face again, then he knelt
and prayed with them, they all wept,
then twent wtth him to the ship
Afraid they would never tee him again
the eiders of the church accompanied
aul t the ship that was to start him
on his way to Jerusalem.
MEMORY V EASE Phil 4 1
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FIRST BAPTIST CHVRCH
Rev. L. G. Elliott, Pastor
Sunday School meets al 9:45.
Ben Phillips, superintendent,
particularly urges that all officers
anil teachers be present to take
care of the larger numbers attend-,
in?; as the spring advances. A goal
lias been set lor 400 by Easter. The
general title for this Sunday's les-!
son is: "The Worth of Christian
Character " j
Morning uorship at 11. The pas
tor will speak on: "The Sin of L'n-j
belief " The choir, assisted by Mr
Sol Cohen of Springdale school, !
will furnish special music. 1
Training Union at 7:30. 1
Evening worship services at 7:30. !
An interesting sermon for this hour'
will be "The Woman Who Wrecked ',
His Life." j
Monday afternoon at 3:30 the Jr.'
H A 's will meet in the kimlergar-.
tfii room of Welch Memorial build-j
ing The Jr G A s will meet at j
the home of their counselor, Mrs. I
Vi.ilph Crawford at 3:30. At 7:30 !
Munda there will be a Sunday I
School officers and teachers meet-!
mi: 111 the Welch Memorial build-.
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Wednesday evening al 7:30 the
ivtiular midweek prayer meeting
hour which the pastor will lead in I
the stuih of the tilth chapter of the j
liook of Ephesiaiis. Choir rehear-;
-al it 8:30.
Friday afternoon at 3 30 the Sun
beams will meet in the kindergnr-!
ten room of Welch Memorial building.
Story Of Delilah
Feature At Baptist
Evening Service
Continuing the series of Sunday
evening sermons based on great
women of the Bible, Rev. L. G. El
liott, pastor of the First Baptist
church, will speak on "The Woman
Who Wrecked a Man's Life." This
sermon will feature the service for
Sunday evening at 7:30.
Other women may illustrate
woman's highest nature, her beau
tiful and saving influence over
men. her power to stir the ambi
tions, to produce deeds of heroism,
valor and power and even to launch
a thousand ships; but this woman
illustites another power which is
just as real. Delilah influenced
Samson with her power of evil, and
stripped him of his strength and
power The Bible holds the mirror
up to life and in it we see the story
of this beautiful but wicked wom
an. The public is cordially invited
to attend this service, especially
young men and women who are
contemplating marriage.
SHADY GROVE WSCS
The Woman's Society of Chris
tian Service of Shady Grove church
will meet with Mrs. C. O. Newell
Wednesday, March 17, for the study
on Kvangelism. This meeting will
begin at 1:30 o'clock.
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Rev. Robert (i. T.ituin. Rector
Passion Sundav.
Church School at !t 30 a rn.
Morning piawi and -i-rmon,
Charles W. IVltit'nw, la leader.
11 a. in
CHRISTIAN s II M I CHI KOI
CRABTREE METHODIST
CIU'RCII
Mrs. C. (). Newell, Pastor
Ten o'clock services at Crabtree
and 11 o'clock services at Mt. Zion.
What Will You Do With
"Substance" wil! hi
of the lesson-sei :n'. 11
tion Seieni e - i ii 1
morning March 1 4
The sen ic o w ill he
church loom on the
of the Ma-oim Tempi
the subject
at the Chris
next Sundav
Theme
Jesus?"
Fincher's Chapel Methodist
Youth Fellowship will meet at 7
o'clock.
Miss Lucile Haney has worked
out a worship service on "Christ's
Call to Youth in Such a World as
This."
She will present this program
Sunday evening and the commu
nity Is cordially invited.
dfllWooW" Methodist
circuit
J E. B. Houser, Pastor
The pastor's theme for the wor
ship service at Maple Grove at 10
o'clock Sunday is, "The Lord's
Arithmetic". A union service for
Baptists and Methodists' will be
held at 1 1 o'clock at Maggie, with
the subject of the sermon to be:
"Some Voices Speaking Against
Strong Drink". Services will be
held at 3 o'clock at Peachtree, on
the same subject.
The response in signing temper
ance pledges has been gratifying,
states Rev. Houser.
hrM in the
.fond floor
HAZELWOOI) BAPTIST (TU'RCTI
M. I.. Lewis. Pastor
Sunday School at 9'45 a m.
Morning worship at 11 a. m.
Baptist Training Union at 6:30
fp. m.
Evening worship at 7 30 p. m.
Bible study Wednesday evening
If at 7 p. m. Teacher
fnesday at 8 p m.
Schednle of Masses
j ST. JOIIN'S CATHOLIC CHURCH
j Brysoi. City
1st & 3rd Sunday 8:00 A.M.
i Canton 5th Sunflay .... 8:00 A.M.
j Cullowhee
1st Wednesday 7:00 A.M.
Fontana Dam
j 2nd Saturday 8:00
Franklin 2nd Sunday 8:00
( Highlands
1 3rd Saturday 8:00
Murphy 1st Saturday .. 8:00 A.M.
More than 25,000 American In- Sylva 4th Sunday 8:00 A.M.
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meeting Veu- uidlis wcic 111 inc o. di inch , iiujii.aiiic
forces during World War II. I Every Sunday 11:00 A.M.
LONG'S CHAPEL
Methodist
Lake Junaluska
Paul H. Duckwall, Pastor
Sunday School, 9:45 a.m.
Morning Worship 11:00 am.
Sermon, "The Silence of Christ."
A nursery is open during the morn
ing service for small children.
Youth Fellowship, 7:30 p.m.
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The Worth of Christian Character
HIGHLIGHTS ON THE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON
(The International Lessen on the above topic tor March 14 is
Acts 20.-17-3S; Epnesians 5:6-21.)
By NEWMAN CAMPBELL
ANCIENT PALESTINE, today
the scene of riot and worse as
Arab and Jew contend for the
possession of that Holy Land, was
torn with religious differences in
tn days of the Apostle Paul.
Paul, whose magnificent letters
known as the Epistles to the
various congregations he had
founded, are a grand contribution
to the New Testament, became a
prisoner of the Romans as a re
sult of a religious riot in Jeru
salem. Though he felt certain that
persecution and Imprisonment lay
hi wait for him at the end of his
journey, the great missionary set
out from Miletus, historic Med
iterranean seaport In Asia Minor,
for Jerusalem. This must have
been Paul's last missionary Jour
neythere being no evidence of
a later one.
En rout to Jerusalem Paul
stopped over in the city of Ephe-
the Lord Jesus, to testify the gos
pel of the grace of Xtod."
"And now, behold, I know that
ye all, among whom I have gone
preaching the kingdom of God,
shall see my face no more." Paul
was loved and admired. He was
a very real "tower of strength"
to these early Christians. Imag
ine, then, how sad they must have
felt when they thought of him
going Into danger, possibly, even
very probably, losing his life, and
visiting them no more to cheer,
advise and help them hi their
trials and discouragements.
He warned them of differences
of opinion that would arise with
in their ranks to draw disciples
away from them, and cautioned
them to watch for signs of same.
"And now, brethren, I com
mend you to God, and to the word
of His grace, which is able to
build you up, and to give you an
inheritance among all them which
are sanctified, I have coveted no
MEMORY VERSE
"Finally, brethren, whatsoever things are true, whatsoever
(Mags are honorable, whatsoever things are just, whatsoever
things are pure, whatsoever things are lovely, whatsoever
thing are of good report: if there be any virtue, and if there
be any praise, think on these things." Philippians 4:t.
sua, and it is on the words that
the great missionary spoke to his
followers there that our lesson
for today is based.
At Kphesua Paul summoned the
elders of the church to him. They
were the duly appointed officers
Of the Ephesian church, although
we do not know who they were
nor how appointed. When they
had gathered he reminded them
of his work among them, telling
how he had served "the Lord with
all the humility of mind, and with
many tears, and temptations,
which befell me by the lying In
wait of the Jews." The Jews who
would not accept his Gospel, ac
cused him of all sorts of what
they considered heresies, where
as, Paul says, he was "testifying
both to the Jews and also to the
Greeks, repentance toward God,
and faith toward our Lord Jesus
Christ."
Now, he told these friends, "I
go bound in the spirit Unto Jeru
salem, not knowing the things
that shall befall me there: Save
that the Holy Ghost witnesseth
In every city, saying that bonds
anc afflictions abide me." None
of the things that he feared
moved him from his purpose;
even his life he counted not dear,
only that he hoped he might "fin
ish my course with Joy, and the
ministry which I have received of
man's silver, or gold, or apparel.
Yea, ye yourselves know that
these hands have ministered unto
my necessities, and to them that
were with me."
Then Paul kneeled and pray
with these friends. They Ail
"wept sore," and accompanied
him to the ship that would take
him once more to Palestine.
We do not know If he ever
went to Ephesus again. There is
no record of such a return visit.
He was a prisoner when he wrote
his epistle to the Ephesians, set
ting forth what the life of a
Christian should be, instructing
and exhorting them.
"Have no fellowship with the
works of darkness, but rather re
prove them," he writes. Wake up
those who are sinning so that
they may "walk In light," a beau
tiful phraee for living a righteous
life.
"And be not drunken with wine,
wherein is riot, but be Oiled with
the Spirit." "Wine and the Holy
Spirit both lift a man oat of him
self," says a commentator. But
while wine rives a false sense of
joy, and makes a man forget his
troubles for a time, It may also
make him arrogant, proud, even
quarrelsome and murderous. The
Holy Sptrit gives a true Joy.
which lasts and never disappoint
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Kl5V. HERBERT SPAUGll, D. D.
Gfmm mimi
There is a real blessing in giving
and sharing what we have with
others. The recent war has helped
to make us more conscious of that.
The desperate need of destitute
peoples In other parts of the world
has come home to us. I am fre
quently encountering people who
have sent $10.00 "CARE" pack
ages to families overseas and have
received letters of thanks, many
of them hi foreign languages. Many
have contributed to "Friendship
Ships" and "Friendship Trains".
The North Carolina Council of
Churches has just released some
Interesting figures: "From 1939 to
1946 taxes have increased from
12.3 millions to 48.1 millions. Lux
uries from 14 billion to 23 billion.
Csolrvoo Irtin A ttlltlnn tn 111 ft hlU
tion, Tai exempt charHabla eon-1
tributions 1.4 billion to 2.5 billion
(roughly a nickel a day "our gifts
to God").
Council Secretary Arnold sug
gests, "If we gave a dime 10c) a
day, church contributions would
total 5 billion. If we gave a Bibli
cal tithe of out national income,
it would total 17 billion. If we
gave the "allowed 15 percent" of
our federal income tax, it would
amount to 20 billion annually."
It is Communist doctrine to eom
d by law tho who have to share
with those who have not. It is
Christian doctrine for those who
have to gtre to those who have not.
Government aid is sent to other
needy countries from taxes which
we are compelled to give. How
moch better to lve willtngTy to
those in need when we wsitt tea
Meeting Of
Board of Equalization
And Review
The Haywood County Board
Of Commissioners
Will Sit As A
Board of Equalization
And Review Beginning
Way; March 15, 1948
The Haywood County IJoard of Commission
ers will sit as a Board of Equalization and Re
view beginning Monday, March 15th, at the
commissioner's office in the Court House in the
town of Waynesville, for the purpose of examin
ing and reviewing the tax list of each township
for the current year and shall hear any and all
taxpayers who own or control taxable property
assessed for taxation in the county, in respect
to the valuation of all property in the county and
correct any errors appearing on the abstract,
and for transaction of any other business which
may come before the board in compliance with
the Machinery Act of 1937. This is the only time
in which the commissioners have the authority
to change valuation of real estate.
Complaints from the various townships will
be heard as follows:
Monday, March 15 Ivy Hill, Jonathan Creek
White Oak, Cataloochee Townships.
Tuesday, March 16 Fines Creek, Crabtree, Iron
Duff Townships.
Wednesday, March 17 Pigeon, East Fork, Cecil
Townships.
Thursday, March 18 Waynesville Township
Friday, March 19 Beaverdam and Clyde Town
ships. GEO. h. DOOWO, JB.
Chairman Haywood County Board of
Commissioners
    

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