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JANUARY 28, 1949
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
PAG2 V3 A
TO CHURCH SOMEWHERE EVERY SUNDAY
Che (frolArett Tet
Jesus Was Tempted Just as We Are ILLUSTRATED SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON y J .-
Scripture Luke 4:14-18.
i lit 9:45, an hour
fr those of every
I -tofi were present.
La(1y will be: "The
I.iu at 11:00. Ser-
... ... IT D.lilH "
or: i.ei us jjui.".
ng. Genesis ll:l-
u the choir, direct-
Isley; Mrs. Uougias
n at 0:15.
fchip at 7:30- ,n,s
Sinai service. Medi-
fciniiary tocieiy win
fcper Hooni at T.sv.
n Circle will pre-
j.i for this meeting,
K. S. Heck Circle
bet at the church at
meets lor renearsai
WeeK 1'iayer met-i-nilinuing
rehearsal at 8:15.
ieel with Mrs. C. C.
eet in the social
After Mis baptism, Jesus, being full of
the Holy Spirit, left the Jordan and
"was led by the Spirit into the wilder
ness," where He stayed for 40 Uuys,
fasting, and Satan came to Him.
After many days in the wilderness
Jesus grew hungry; then Satan tempted
Him by saying that Jesus could turn
the stones into bread to satisfy His
hunger, but Jesus refused to do so.
Satan took Jesus into high mountain
and promised Him the whole world if
He would but worship him. Jesus bade
him to be gone, as God said He only
should be worshipped.
Taking: the Lord to the pinnacle of the
temple, Satan told Jesus to throw Him
self off and God's angels would save
Him, but again Jesus refused.
MEMORY VERSE Hebrews 4.14-15.
,ol at 10 a.m. rran-
rship at 11 a.m. Dr.
deliver the sermon.
loung people are in-
bi ship at 7:30 p.m.
rge of Mrs. Henry
ky school uiass.
ce on Wednesday
choir at 7 o'clock
ir at 8 o'clock.
C. O. Newell, Pastor
Crabtree Sunday School at
10:30. Tom Kirkpatrick, Sunt. Andy
Ferguson, Assistant Supt
Church services each second and
fourth Sunday at 11:30 o'clock.
Methodist Yor'i Fellowship at
Davis Chapel Sunday School at
10 o'colck, Frank Davis Supt. Jar-
vis Caldwell, Assistant Supt.
Church Services each first and
third Sundays at 11 o'clock.
Methodist Youth Fellowship at
7 o'clock. Joe Caldwell, president.
Fincher's Chapel Sunday
School at 10 o'clock, Fred Noland
Supt., W. J. McCrary, Assistant.
Church Services each first and
third Sundays at 11 o'clock.
Methodist Youth Fellowship at
7 o'clock. Mrs. Lucile Haney Tabor,
Mt. Zion Sunday School at 10
o'clock. Herschel Rogers, Supt.
Church services every second
and fourth Sunday at 11 o'clock.
Dev. O. J. Beck, Pastor
Sunday School, 10:00 a. m.
It. Kiley. superintendent.
Preaching services as follows:
1 ir ! Sunday, 7:30 p. m.
Thud Sunday, 11:00 a. m.
Mid-uiek Prayer service, Wed
nc'day, 7:!10 p. m.
ll. Williamson. Pastor
bill at 10 o'clock.
In ship 11 o'clock,
tjocl: "The Power of
ks the beginning of
layer and self-denial
fling at (1:30 o'clock,
nple will present a
:n program to which
H l.ee. Pastor
oiil 10 a.m.
ration 11 a.m. The
)i; message will he
fji'-lnp 7 p.m. .Song
k'd by meditation on
' l m. Prayer Serv-
1 p.m. Children's
pm. Youth Fellow-
ST. JOHN'S cnURCH
Rev. A. F. Rohruacher, Pastor
Canton, Y.M.C.A. Build
ing every 3rd Sunday 8:00 A.M.
Andrews, Terrace Hotel
Every 5th Sunday ...... 8:00 A.M.
Brysbn City, St. Joseph's
Church every 1st Sun
day 8:00 A.M.
Cherokee, Qualla Hall
Every 2nd Sunday 8:00 A.M.
Union Building every
tion Bldg. every Sun-
LONG'S CHAPEL METHODIST
Paul II. DuckwaU, Pastor
Sunday, January 30:
9:ra.m. Sunday School
11:00 a. m. Morning w o r s h i p.
Sermon theme: "Why Am
7:00 p, m. Methodist Youth
Fellowship. Miss Louise Bal
lard, former missionary to
China, will talk with the
group about China.
Tuesday, February 1:
The Methodist Youth Fellowship
Council will meet at 7 p. m. Miss
Emily McCrackcn, president, will
preside in this program planning
Wednesday, February 2:
Boy Scout Troop No. 8 will meet
at the church at 6:45 p. m.
Rev. Maxwell Will
Services Over WHCC
: Rev. A. W. Maxwell, pastor of
the Morning Star Methodist
Church, will have charge of the
morning devotions to be broadcast
over WHCC each morning uext
week, Monday through Saturday,
at 9:30. In cooperation with the
Haywood County Ministerial Asso
ciation, WHCC brings this period
of devotion 'each week day for the
spiritual life of this area.
J. E. B. Houser, Pastor
Sunday School at 10 o'clock in
all four churches in the circuit.
There will be a union service for
the entire community at the Dell-
wood Baptist Church at 11:15
day 11:00 A.M. j ()(.(R.k, with preaching by the
1st Wednesday 7:00 A.M
Fontana Dam, Recrea-
Franklin, John" Wasillk
Home Every Sunday 8:00 A.M.
Highlands, School Audi
torium every Sunday 11:00 A.M.
Murphy, John Manthcy
Home every 1st Sun
day 8:00 A.M.
Sylva, William Wise
Home every 4th Sun
day 8:00 A.M.
Waynesville, St. John's
Church, every Sunday 11:00 A.M
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SERVICE
The subject for the les: on-ct r
mon at the Christian Science srrv
ice on next Sunday nioi ning will
The service will be held in the
church rooms on the second Hour
of the Masonic Temple.
CLYDE BAPTIST CHURCH
Hev. PI. D. Cross, Pastor
Sunday School, 10 a. in. Grady
Worship, 11 o'clock.
Training Union, 6:30 p. m.
Evening Worship. 7:30 o'clock.
Prayer Service, Wednesday at
7 o'clock. '
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Beam Four Foot 12.95
pth Drag Harrow 43.90
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Heavy Duty Tractor 63.95
18" Disc Harrow 94.95
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in this community
arc invited to attend
Living Costs Boomerang
On Luckless Thief
SPOKANE, Wash. (UP) The
high cost of Hying teamed up with
justice to send a turkey thief to
prison for 15 years.
Cleovis Simpson, 33, confessed
he had stolen a big turkey from an
automobile. The prosecutor told
the court the turkey cost so much
that it brought the charge against
Simpson up from petty larceny to
Petty larceny, the charge for
stealing a turkey in normal times,
carries a maximum sentence of
only one year; grand larceny a
sentence of 15 years,'
FREE METHODIST CHAPEL
Sunday School, 10:00 a.m.
Morning Worship, 11:00 a.m.
Evangelistic Service 7:30 p.m.
GRACE CHURCH IN THE
The Rev. Edgar Goold, Rector
Fourth Sunday after Epiphany,
9:45 a. m. Church School.
11:00 a. m. Morning Prayer and
Jesus Was Tempted, Just as We Are
SATAN OFFERED HIM THE WORLD TO RULE
By NEWMAN CAMPBEIX
TEMPTATION comes to all
human beings. They are tempted
to he, to take what is not theirs,
to strike their enemies when an
gered, even to kill.
There are many small tempta
tions, such as selfishness, ill-temper,
lack of consideration for
others, and modem life presents
many chances to become prey to
We think of Jesus as the one
perfect being in the world with
out fault and it is comforting
to think that He, tao, was tempt
ed. We gain strength to meet
our own temptations when we
read ' how He resisted the evil
one and remained without fault.
Josus had been baptized by
John the Baptist, and leaving the
Jordan river where the baptism
took place, He led by the Holy
Spirit went to the wilderness
alone. He had not yet begun his
Him "all the kingdoms of the
world in a moment of time."
"And the devil said unto Him,,
All this power will I give Thee,
and the glory of them: for that
is delivered unto ' me; and -to
whomsoever I will I give it. If
Thou therefore wilt worship me,
all shall be Thine."
Jesus' answer was: "Get thee
behind Me, Satan: for it is writ
ten (again quoting Scripture)
Thou Shalt Worship the Lord thy
God, and Him only Jhait thou
Thwarted the second time, the
devil then took Jesus to the very
top or pinnacle of the temple,
and suggested that He throw
Himself down. God Himsejf had
given His angels charge over
Jesus, said Satan craftily, and
they would bear Him up in their
hands so no harm would come to
"It is said," Jesus answered,
'"Jesus ... hath been in. all points 'tempted like as we are,
yet without sin." Hebrews i:H-15.
ministry, and this period of 40
days in solitude was perhaps His
preparation for it.
However, He was not feft alone.
Satan arch-enemy of the good
came to Hint, bent on mischief.
After days of fasting in the
wilderness, the Lord was hungry
even as you and I would have
been. That was natural even for
Jesus- in His human form. Satan
pointed to the stones at their
feet, and said to Him, "If Thou
be the Son of God, command this
stone that it be made bread."
However, Jesus, quoting the
Scripture, answered, "It is writ
ten that man shall not live by
bread alone, but by every word
Could you have withstood that
temptation, after fasting- for
days, and having the power to
do as Satan suggested 1
The next temptation was on
what we might call "a Urge
scale." Taking Jesus up into a
"Thou shalt not tempt the Lord
"And when the devil had ended
all the temptation, he departed
from Him for a season. And
Jesus returned in the power of
the Spirit into Galilee; and there
went out a fame of Him through
all the region round about"
Even to ordinary mortals there
comes a glow of happiness and
confidence when temptation-Is re
sisted. Some tiny part of the
Spirit that was . with Jesua is
with us, too, especially if the
temptation that we have over
come is great.
Whether our temptation are
large or small, however, it is a
comfort to know, and to remind
ourselves that Jesus the perfect
Man could be tempted juat as
you and I, and that He will give
us strength to overcome our
faults it w pray to Him and :
listen to that small inner voice
that tells us when ' things are
rtfiV. HERBERT SPAUGH, D. D.
Few people pay much attention
to the Fire Department until their
house catches on fire. Then they
want a fire truck in a hurry. Even
those who have had their home
saved by the fire department often
forget as time goes on.
Let's don't forget that fire which
ran through the southland last sum
mer. The polio epidemic worst in
the recollection of most of us. One
newspaper headlined it as "The
Most Tragic Story of the Year."
Those families touched by it will
agree to this title.
When that fire commenced rag
ing there was a fire department
which came to our rescue with its
fullest resources The National
Foundation for Infantile Paralysis.
We did what we could as polio
soared during the summer with
the heat. A ban against places of
public assembly was established
for those under sixteen years of
age. Swimming pools shut down.
Sunday School closed. Children
were kept away from theatres.
House to house health inspection
started. DDT was fogged by trucks
All the while the National Foun
dation threw its resources, person
nel and equipment into the cam
paign to fight this fire. Then those
annual "March of Dimes" began
to pay eff for us. Trained specjaU
ists came into our hospitals financ
ed by the National Foundation.
They treated our children. They
provided things for many of us
which we could not have afforded
personally. As the result, the lives
of many of our children were sav
ed, and their health reclaimed.
Polio also reached out and touch
ed the young adult group.
The combined resources of the
National Foundation to which
goes the annual "March of Dimes"
each year throughout the country
came to our help.
Now that the fire has subsided
and headlines no longer cry "Po
lio," let's not forget the firemen.
The fire may break out again next
year in another part of the coun
try. As we last summer, they may
not be able to cope with the situa
tion alone. So let's throw every re
source we have in supporting the
current "March of Dimes ". Let's
replenish the fire department. The
National Foundation is devoting
continuing efforts to discovering
the cause and cure for polio. Like
our local fire department they must
De ever in readiness to answer a
call of need, and discover every
possible new way to combat this
scourge of young people and chil
dren. No one knows where fire will
strike and when whether it will
be a fire which burns your home,
the fire of an epidemic, the fire of
alcoholism, the lire of disease, the
fire of sin. The Bible reminds us.
"Let him that thinketh he standcth
take heed lest he fall."
There's much truth in the saying
attributed to Oliver Cromwell,
"Let's trust the Lord and keep our
powder dry." We have our part to
do with all problems which face
mankind. We can rest assured that
the Lord will do His.
First Baptist Church
For Overseas Relief
Starts Next Week
The clothing collection for over
seas relief conducted by the First
Baptist Church will get underway
next week. Twenty duffle bags
have been received at the church
office which will be distributed to
the many and varied organizations
of the church.
The Woman's Missionary Society
and the Baucom Bible Class will
sponsor the collection. Needed
items include clothing of all types
for men, women, and children, un
derwear, bedding, shoes, socks, and
neckties, These items must be
clean and wearable, and ihe shoes
tied together. The duffle hags will
be packed and shipped to the
Southern Baptist Relief Center at
Always Refreshing When
J; ' fTl'i "
A Vl,"1 it 4
Christ tempted by Satan. f
"Jesus . . . hath been in all points templed like as we art,
yet without sin." Hebrew 4:14-15.
On The Farm
Horses are not considered dan
gerous animals, yet they account
for more accidcnls of a serious na
ture than any other farm animal.
Wayne Corpenins. county agent
for the Stale College Extension
Service, pointed oul today.
"According to the National Safe
ty Council, approximately three
times as many accidents occur with
horses as with any other farm ani
mal.'' Mr ( orpening said. He ex
plained that this is a good time of
the jchi- to check thoroughly all
equipment to be used with horses
in (hi1 spring work, and to make
Only strong harnesses should be
used and these harnesses should be
inspected periodically and kept in
good repair. Dry leather has low
tensile .strength, and this is a good
time to put the harnesses in con
dition hy thoroughly cleaning them
with a mild soap and warm water
and oiling I hem with a good har
ness oil Attention to equipment
such as neck-yokes, tongues, single
tree:; and iloiible-lrees and eveners
is also ei y necessary,
The National Safety Council sug
gests thai many serious accidents
(.ill be preveiiled by following
Ihei.e simple rules in the handling
Slated In Brevard
The regular fifth Sunday singing
convention will be held in the
American Lcyion Building Sunday
afternoon, January ISO, in Brevard,
beginning at 1:30 o'clock, it was
announced by President Glenn
The outstanding singing groups
to participate are: Southern Joy
Quartet, Greenville. S. C; Ecusta
Quartet, Brevard; Mountain Home
Quartet, Hendersonville: and Fas
ley . Trio from Kasley, S. C.
All local singers are invited to
attend the convention in Brevard.
1. Never approach a horse wilh
out speaking to him.
2. When cleaning a stall, make
no sudden movement. I'.nter the
stall on the left side of the horse.
3. When driving or leading
horses, never wrap the lines around
your hody or tie the lead rope to
4. Never leave a team standing
unattended without securely tying
5. Always consider the welfare
of the horse. Do not permit flies or
other annoyances to torment him.
Follow a definite system for brush-
ng, harnessing and otherwise
handling a hm e.
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