THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
GO TO CHURCH SOMEWHERE EVERYSUNDA'
(The (Soliatn (Test
Parables Dramatize Jesus' Teaching ILLUSTRATED SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON
By Alfred J. Bueher
112k' "'-I &
i.oNf;'s riMPrx methodist
Paul II Ihnkw.iil Pastor
Friday. March -I'
2::t'l p. in. in lil lav i.f Prayer
Service at I Ik- chinch. Ml mem
bers i)t Hit- lunch a. i- im iled
7 aid p la J .iiml.v. ' Im"! Wi.i k
prs Conoid meeting in the base
ment of l In' rliunh
Sunday . Mal i li fi:
9 45 a m. Sunday -' h"l I'm' all
age group. Hers, hi I .lefferies
W ill b- tin- I'll.-1 L a. her nt llir
Men's Bible Cla--. All men of
the church and i 1 1 1 . i. it jir in
vited to ath inl
11 a in ('..iiiieilim-nt Das :er
V ice u it h the eiiii'.n lv the pa-tor
Mrs. W K. ( -art. r v i!l give llio
special lav alleli c at t hi scrv ice
7:30 p in Metlimli t Yi'iitli fel
lowship. Snhl'i! li . lie evoiiil'S'
worship ",'vhit V.it.e Ku.'lil
This is tin I'u t hi
the l'i la 1..I III)!' ' t
Know What 1 l.'i 'hi
Ann l.na i i i In I
service. All . i u 1 1 j
, .', -el le- oil
I i . tan 1
,li i l.i thi
niil, ..t the
c-4 j i tin u 1 1 1 1 v an- n.iiii ill- in . ili'il
Menu'. e . M.u !i 7
Methodi I 1 ii i: I I, I'. M.i-A hip
:it meei .it ; Central
-t i him h. ('.;: leii. at 7 30
a . Man li !h
7 - is. ' i ' 1 1 1 ti'U I'Viici-hip
ln.'ii . it - reui lar monthly ovcred
di li -upper iiiee'.in-; at the church.
A ! t 't- lat meeting the following
nllicer-. were (leclitl. President,
iVi-s I'eail Jiihii-ini. s lec-preidcnt,
Huell Nolaial. -ccrctaiy and lieas
ii i i r. Mrs. Craig Hi eves: program
cl.. orn, an. Mrs Charles Edwards.
All a. lulu of tlie cl.ui'i h are invit
ed tu 1 he li-llnY, ship meeting. Mr
and V.i- Kill 1! Noland. together
i ith Mr. and Mr--. Floyd How
man, -a ill he iii-hu-t and hostesses
till' Ma. Illll
( -hakim v mi THODIST
( lltl I I I
C i Newell. I'.elor
Crahl'ce Sunday School at
10 30 l oin kukpatrick. Supt.
And I . i L'li-on. Assistant Supt.
Chin eh -ci-vici's each second and
foiiilh Suhdav at 11.3(1 o'clock.
Methodist Youth Fellowship at
6' .:)) p in.
Davis Chapel -Sunday Sehool at
1(1 o'clock. Kiank Davis, Supt Jar-vi-
Caldwell. V - i- t.-.i.t Supt.
Church S.-rvne each first and
third Suinl.i.s at 11 u'cloik.
Mitlii.ili-t ouili Fellowship at
7 in lot k Joe ( aid". . II president
I iiuhn Clupel Sunday
fUhi,i,l ,.l in o'clock, rrtd Nilalld
Supt . V .1 Mi i i .0 '. ,s , is-t.mt
hui ih Service- e.n h fii'U and
tlilid Sunday- at 11 o'liock
Meihudi t Youth Fellov-ship at
7 o'cloik. Mi l.ucile IFmey Tabor,
Mt y,r, Sunilav School at 10
o'cloik ! . !n I lii.ft i-. Sup!.
t Inn i h i i v n-e.. ev 1 1 y second
and tutu th Sot. day at 1 1 o'clock
Yrs ll LF. I'lthsin IF KIAN
III l( II
Rev Malcolm li. William on.
Stir.il.i-. S, h.a.i ni :o en o'( lock.
Whitelier I'levot. II, a I lilt elllli-nt .
Mortiii.;' Wnr-hip. I I DO o'clock.
Sermon hv l)i II II 'rhuinp-oii on
Vi -itai ion l.v .on eli in
Special inn- ii I. . t lie ( hun ii
choir. Mi" , .1 I. K il pali irk direc
tor Flora i r and Youth Fellow hip
nieetiim.- at (i.'Ml p. in
Dr. II 11. Thorn p --on. director of
F.var.?eli m for the General As
sembly i t iiie F: e -b.. tc rian Church
in the- Urit'-I State . v. ill he the
guest pnjrhc:' at l!; nairninq ser
vice. He will duvet a Prr-sbytcry-Wide
pin.'ian: of i- i it.on Kva.n
Relism throughout the w k. lie
will speak to a rail-- of iniiii-ters
TAKE OFF UP TC
IN 10 DAYS!
. 5im i
tASY TO HAVt A
NO LAX ATT VI
NO MUST UQUWI
NO TIRINO ROUTIMII
f Those tebby buigw that spot
yAu luuearancc. tine taverv
oi ucir hit Lhal eh mm
down phviicafl r and mentally can now be r
piauea oy eye-catciung curve qunikj Y,tsij, -mitiv,
pjffltantly. beaJthf ulijr The Troom I ,r
Tablet W.if. Moat weeoes oeed never atta
aufler irom oceta fat!
TREMETT SWEET TABLETS
BRING MIRACULOUS RESULTS I
0haoa. autntiocia IntamU tmbitU kr mo miy
Umt. Yam ui emrrj them 1b your par mmd imtm
tham liwiiw jam mtm with m fan, mi or mm
amiMiim. tt Uma u roa vmH mmmif. Hm
wmxiaj with BgaMs rtjmrmi. Owaij wuwtim
foa wth rcqutmd wttmtaiim ud Mtnertia ad amrmy
Kwooid ortfenaniy gmt from trnttttaog foodi. Cm-
mmmia mm rnltndB. UtMi MMilta oC IM mm
mm, ', Biekar wmj Im tlwm Ammm .
U-OAY NO-RISK TRIAL
Tnr momt mhum fun hr kmt wmmtoL, hw
am proved IWiira, roa Mtt took, turn) bettor mr
m ft YOUB MDNBT BACK WUHOUT
dVVBTION. Th. nnt jam mm, tmt MM
m Om tomt oi mmt jm jmtn tar.
TimiiI B mmo Ml.lhtNl la lotm tor bemm
SMITH'S DRUG STORE
Jesus taught by the seaside and as the
multitude crowded around IK stepped
Into a ship and sat in it while He tallied
to the people, using pai.illrs to make
His points char
fir-l I'ri hv
Fl os' rams of m- d .0 ion
v. ill he stai'ed hv all t
id A im die I'm h '.' .
colllllla, Vv l t k
In a n lion i n i n -' ;la
of l)r 'riiiunpsi n la i
Malcolm U Willi. i
I lie local I ' 1 1 s 1 1 v It ii
urues cv i'i' otic who t
do so to be present Si
ing to heai Dr 'l lionii
engaged exclusively u
A number ol
local church have
the program ol
vvoi'Kei's in li:
SI IKM K
i ii in
The subject lor
moll at the Chi i-ti
v u e on next Sun, I:
The .ervieo will
( l;u; eh i ooliis on t
of till Mil OIlK
o clot k .
;l I !
RACE III K II IN
MOI ST IS
The Rev. Edgar Gould. Hector
First Sundav in 1 a lit
!l 4.i a. m . Choi i
11.0(1 a. in llol
Wedne.-day , March ll:
8.00 p. in.. Evening M-r ice ami
LAKE JIN'Al.lskl ItAI'tlST
H. V ( ) .1 He. K F.e t.ii
Sunday clioal at III o i loi I; . vv It h
f) R hilev , ii i ,i,t, ml, .,;
I'reai hiiii' i , e , ., loll.,
I'u -.1 S.uiida'. ai 7 :io llio -I ' .oil
at 1 1 0 cloi k
Mid-vvi ek pra . i , i .. , at 7
1 o I 1 Oi li .
CLYDE Ml llliilii i ( '11 Hi II
W T. .Me.llin I, Urn, I. i
Sundd i . ll.ii i Ii I.. I 'i Pi
(ALL SERVICES IN IMF NEW
( III K( il
10:01) ( hit: . h ''.el I. Gr.cl
el Sopel inleial, o
I 1 00 Momma, Win hip Mr ('
i t I. ii k, ion t inii i i - i
li 'Ml Mi I bodi I Voi,: ii I-. I!.,,-,, htp.
7::S0 Fveiino , !,,,, .1,,
1 program n nil, r the on , 1 1 e ,u
Miss .Janice Snial ln i ;
The Com oval mi: ot t he CP de
Bapti I Chun h v. ill h, , . , ,
eiie-t- ai ih, .inii mi - i,,,, ,,i
1 1 00.
ST. JOIiV s ( i;t If
lies , A. F. Rohi b.a I cr. I'a tot
Mass w ill b a- follow :
Waynessille, St. John'-, (hunh.
esers Sunday at 1! a.i'i.
Canton, YMCA 'ouiKiiim. eve:;
third Sunday at 8 a in.
f ikst iiaetisT lit it' ii
Ih.v. I.. C. 'Flli'ilt, I'a i.,r
Sunday School at D 4a ah!) a
place and a veliorte for tl o , of
cs-n-.v age. Tl.s suriiv v.r t , u j
Jesus as the i.'leatesi of all . ,, -p.
ers, the lesson' he tan "lit am! i,.
methods he used. ()ur stud;.- in
vites us to find the an. wits t hkiov
questions. Mr. Morijiiii's Bible r lass
will be on the air.
Morning Worship id 11:00 The
pastor s subject w ! he. ' l'i i,avv
Your Mind". S-i in: !,. lesion.
i Romans 12:1-3. Spen.-.i n-,u-ie ,v
1 the Senior Choir din clod lr-
Charles Isley; Mrs )(11il'I;,s Moore.
: organist. This service w ill be broad-
' cast over WHCC
Baptist Training Ci.ion ;d (J.aO
I The Junior Cniun will have charge
of the assernblv.
Evening Wor-hip at 7 :n'i "Ann
Chair Christiarut v will he tin
j pastor's suhjecl. Seii,in,,. ,. . .,n.
; Luke 9:23 27 Sp rial run ,c b;, the
: Youth Choir.
Intermediate K. A.'s meit at the
Read Your Bible
6:45 P. Hf.
Jesus' first parable was about a man
who sowed seed, some of which were
eaten by birds, some withered In the
sun same were choked by weeds but
same flourished and wer harvested
a i"e .-.!
w A. meets v illi Mary Chare
, ; 7 ad Mrs .loe I itier will
; tin mi ion Mtutty class at
I'.ii aiu s Women's Circle meets
. ;, FI- ie and Edna Mc-
. ai at 7 ill).
. ;ll ,in, mi el ill the church of-
of the W'.M.S. meet at
Moon Circle with Mrs.
Sin;.'.lelary. Mrs. Boyd
11 have charge of the pro-
I in siiav-
Ann Ilassoltlne Judson Circle
w nli Mrs. Will Medford; Mrs. Guy
Mi'sser is associate hostess. Mrs. i
Kan I Messcr w ill be program lead
Fannie E. S. Heck Circle will
li t i I with Mrs Sam Jones. Mrs.;
.1. I.. Edwards will have the pro-
Henrietta Hall Shuck Circle with
V!i -,, .1. li. Siler.
Eli7,a :itcs Circle with Mrs F
I! Ciniiy mill Mrs. Joe .lust ice.
vli M T. Hridges will have the
V ( llio sil.iy
ioulh Clioir meels for rehearsal
at (i 4a.
Rcr.ular Midweek Prayer Meet
ing ;d 7:30.
Senior Choir rehearsal at 8:15.
I i iday
Intermediate G. A.'s will have
j 'heir mission study class Friday
iio hl at (i 4"v. They will have a cov
let.tl di li slipper meeting in the
I oel.'il nail
HAZEL WOOD PRESBYTERIAN
Paul V Thrower, Minister
' okI. iv. Si hool 10:00 a.m. l.avv-
00 'moil ai ri ovv, Supt.
'dm inn'- in ship 1 1 :00 a.m. 1 1st.
1 I ...,d -nli- Sundays; i.
( htltli . ii ', Hour 6:45 p.m.
Evening Worship 7:30 p.m. (2nd
!,. I ..Hi Suiiduvsi.
vial W, el, Bible Hour, Wednes-a-
7 :: p in. Followed by Choir
. ai a i
I he p..-lor'- - object for Sunday
ion ne will be, "More Than Good
Illll it. Ill ".
I v .toe rotational meeting will be
la hi lollovviiig the morning
-an i.ip to consider the budget for
, 1 la ia ,v church seal'.
j mi i Inn ch is joining the
'Inula-; nf Asheville Presbytery
.ii .i in i ml Visitation Evangelism
( .joipci 'ii March h-10. Visitors will
i o i.. v beville for a 3:00 o'clock
:i net m". Sunday afternoon, and the
ai ', will join the pastor in con
tti'cd home visitations Monday.
To d ,- and Wednesday evenings.
LI WOOD METHODIST
F 15. Housor. Pastor
mitnient Day services will be
Kliabeth Chapel Sunday at
ock Foslor's theme: "The
of Society" Evils of
Di ink. The services at Dell
it 11 o'clock will be in
of the Woman's Society of
Mrs M. V, Lee. Pastor
S'li t'ay School 10 a.m.
Morning Worship 11 a.m. The
-ubiec! of the morning message
vili be The Destruction of the
Evening Worship 7 p.m. Song
serv ce in which every one is asked
to participate followed by a medi
tation on the tenth commandment
Wednesday 7 p.m. Prayer Serv
ice. Thursday 3 p.m. Children's Hour.
Thursday 7 p.m. Youth Fellow
ship. FREE METHODIST CHAPEL
1,'ev. Charlotte Bishop and Rev.
Ruth Gruber, Co-Pastors
Sunday School 10:00 a.m.
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.
Evening Worship 7:30 p.m.
'This Sunday morning and even
ing, the Rev. E. R. Dawson of Seat
I le. Wash., who is conducting a re
vival Feb. 20 through March 6 at
tlte chapel, will bring the messages,
and the Sacrament of the Lord's
Supper will follow the morning
Wednesday night prayer meeting
7:30, conducted by Rev. Mary
You are cordially invited to wor
ship the Lord wRh us in these gos
IN THE UNITED STATES LAST YEAR
THERE WAS ABOUT
1 DIVORCE ro EVERY 3 MARRIAGES
A CHRISTIAN HOME IS A HAPPY HOME
ITH ST METHODIST (TUTUTI
Massif. Gel. i
urge-, all im ,
to come In .
ol. 10 a. i,t. I'rancis
,-d Sup' rinlelident,
hei-s ol the family
Sunday School and
:iiid feel Ilia dilferelice
sour hcarl and home.
Mornini- Worship, 1 I o'clock.
Followiii'; special music by the
Senior Choir, under the direction
;of Mrs. Fred Martin, another lea
'ture of I In service will be the part
' laymen will have in the M-rvice:
Donald Corvvin will t'ive the invo
cation. Margiiri I Heece will read
the Scriplnre and Mr Myrtle 11.1 y
;iiiil Col. .1. II Howell will each
make three iiilnille talk-; on the
Advance for ( hi i t. The pastor
will u- e a- hi Ih. ioe "l iool Ci u
i sade To Coit'pie -t . The public is
i inviti d
: Th. .Methode I Void h Fellow hip.
th-la ill Ihe i v i iiiii", v. dl bei.'iii a
1 : ei ii" ol el v i: c oil I he Peliel ill
t heme, "How I an I Ktto .. W hat Is
Hi, hi " ' All Yoiin I l'i ople Wel-
1 Hilled 111 the I i l V II .
The l-.vi inn - S.i i v ice. 7:110 in
the Y.nilii cl... pel. tollou im: Ihe
usual Mill:' el v ii e I lie pit lol VV ill
diseii-- l he I in, : h : i n" hi l he
series ol ci v t In 'lol i li li -t one
ago. Conn and "el a lill for Ihe
The Woiiien' Society of Clin--tiiltl
Servue v.ill in. el ill the 'o)di
Chapel. Haiti n't Im k. Tuesday aP
lernooii Til. n.i w r ei nop in the
Pastor'.- Sludv at .1 o'clock.
Wedne-dio Choir lieheiirsiils:
Youth " o'cloek. in Youth Chapel;
Senior, !i o'cloek in Church I'ar-j
lor. It i-- mo I in. pni I ant thai every
ineinbi r be m it! I'm- these re
hearsals a we wiil In- on the ait
By First Baptists
Last we, k the Fir-t Baptist j
Church bou:'ht a lo'mm sound-
motion projector, an Ampro Pre
mier 20, to be ii-ed in the visual
education procram. With this ad
ditional ( (Miipnie 'i the First Bap
tist Church is m a position to of
fer the membership and the many
organizations tin- vers best in visu
al education. A s ear ago the church
was Risen a S .11. projector with
sound equipment and large screen.
This equipment uses slides and
filnistrips and a No has a turntable
for playing records no to 16 inches,
the same Ivpe of records used for
standard broadcasting purposes.
One of the chief purposes of the
sound-motion projector is to show
on the screen the background of
Sunday Sc hool lessons each month
at the Officers and Teachers meet
ings The Woman's Missionary So
ciety make , good use of it in show
ing films of the various mission
There is one other needed piece
ol equipment needed and the
church wdl have a complete audio
visual aid program; A wire record
er is anticipated which will make
possible the recording of a com
plete worship service which can be
taken to the homes of sick people
and shut-ins The First Baptist
Church is lending in the program
of audio-vi-ual education in Hay
HORSE IN A HURRY
DETROIT ti p) Charged with
speeding his junk wagon into the
side of an automobile, Louis Small,
62, explained to the judge that his
horse. Bob, just couldn't help be
ing in a hurry. "He always speeds
to gtt home for fupper," he ?a!d..
next parable concerned the man
divided his wealth between his two
one of whom squandered his por
nearlv starved, returned home, re
rh lj -
was welcomed back
COOI) DEED UNCREDITED
COLUMBUS, O. i UP) When
Samuel McKain was knocked down
by a bicyclist, a Bos Seoul hurried
into a nearby doctor's office for aid.
But McKain doesn't believe the
youlh should receive credit for his
"good deed". The Boy Scout was
Ihe bicyclist who hit McKain.
Parables Dramatize Jesus' Teaching
STORIES MAKE HIS MEANING CLEAR
v Scripture Mark
By NEWMAN CAMPBELL
WHAT ib a parable? It ia a
story told about easily under
standable, everyday things, and is
used to make the point of a mor
al clear. The parable or story
dramatizes the truth, so that it
is Impressed on the mind.
Mothers know well that child
ren can be made to understand
certain truths which they are try
ing to establish by telling a story
that could happen and which the
child will recognize, and the point
will be driven home without fur
ther talk. Children are quick to
grasp the point of such a story
Preachers and lecturers use
the same method of driving home
a point to grown-up audiences.
It may be a humorous story, but
its purpose is serious and the
hearers remember not only the
story but the meaning of what
the speaker is relating.
Jesus used many of these stor
ies or fables to make his mean
ing clear. The first one told by
Mark was about sowing seeds
familiar to everyone o; the mul
titudes listening to Him. Jesus
was seated in a ship near the
shore of the Sea of Galilee. The
crowd was so great that He had
entered the ship and talked from
it to the people on shore.
A man, He said, was sowing
seed, and some of it fell by the
wayside, and was quickly picked
. MEMORY VERSE
v'rfcou,' Lord, art good, and ready to fornwi
up by birds; some fell on stony
ground. It grew quickly, but be
cause the ground was stony and
little earth for it to grow roots,
it withered when the hot sun fell
Some of the seed fell among
weeds which choked it, but some
fell on good, rich ground, and
this seed grew and flourished and
yielded a good harvest Jesus
ended this parable with the
words, "He that hath ears to
hear, let him hear."
After the others had left, Je
sus explained this parable to His
disciples: "The sower soweth the
word," and those that fell by the
wayside were heard by some
lightly, and Satan took away the
word that was sown. The stony
ground on which others fell were
minds that heard but the truths
did not reach their hearts, so
that when trouble arose per
secution or other difficulties
they had not the courage to be
true to the teaching, but let it
wither and die.
The cares and temptations of
the world were the weeds that
killed the good word that was
sown In the hearts of others.
However, there were some who
MtyMftlttd Mtttm trrtuctd b
Kducttjgn mat iu4 by ptramion.
disciples took Him in a ship, and
rd wearied, fell asleep A great
arose, and they hi mg
wakened Him. who quieted the
MEMORY VEFISK l's '-.:'.
First Baptist Church
: Installs Modern Radio
When the Sir t Itapl i t Church
: broadcasts the vvm- -hip ervi e al
1 1 :00 o'clock on Sunday inoruitu',
(the new radio equipment will be
! ii-ed for t he lie a t inic. Yiiles liur
i i;ess and Capers Crei n have install
i ed ;i hii'li lidelity pulpit mi'TO
jnhcmcwilh the hi si and mosl mod
: ern conneclions leading through
concealed wires to Ihe church of
fice from which point the amplifier
will feed the oroyram to the radio
station by a special wire.
Heretofore the church has been
using the equipment of WIICC,
microphones and lead wires which
were strung on the door from the
two microphones in the auditorium.
In a few davs another microphone
will be installed for the choir. The
next slop will he the purchase of
amplifying equipment and the
! installation of a public address sys
tem. Mr. Burgess is bearing the
major nail of Ih.' expense involved
contribul ion to I he church.
4; Luke 15 11-21
not only beard the word, but they
believed it deeply and sincerely
and they lo .pi it in their hearts,
nourished it, talked about it to
others, and brought forth an
abundant harv-'-.t of good deeds
in spieadtng the (i..-:pel.
The parable of the Pr. nilgai
Si.n has been called the most re
markable short sto; y in history
It is a familiar story, but always
worth i e-ti llmp;
Jesus was in Peraea, east of
the Jordan when He told this
story. A group of "publicans
and sinners." and also Scribes
and Pharisees had gathered to
hear Jesus talk, for lie had been
accused of eating with sinners
and publicans with whom the
Jews had no dealings.
This accusation suggested this
parable to illustrate how God the
Father loves His people and is
willing to forgive those who sin
when they come to Him repen
tant. A certain man had tsso sons,
and the younger asked his fa
ther to give him his inheritance
which svas not an uncommon
thing in thos-. days A man would
divide his property among his
children, and the children would
care for the parents as long as
The father did as this son
asked, and the young man went
asvay ssith his share and. in a
- r i
far country, he hv..! riotously
and squandered his m, .ins. There
always are people to help a reck
less young man get rid of his
money, and that was what hap
pened to this youth.
Finally his money svas gone
and when a famine struck the
land, he became so impoverished
that he hired himself out .is a
tender of swine. Worse 'hanthat,
he had nothing to ea. and was
brought so low that he envu, .
ssvine their food.
Sick in mind and bod;-, he
thought of his home sshere i .en
servants had all they could eat
and more, and being a youth of
action, he went back home, mean
ing to ask his father to take him
in and let him be a servant.
"But when he was yet a great
way off, hi$ father saw him and
had compassion, and lan. and fell
on his neck, and kissed him " The
son told his father that he had
sinned and svas not worthy to be
called a son, but his father had
his servants bring rich clothes
for the boy and had a great feast
spread and they svere merry, for,
said he. "For this my son was
dead, and is alive again, he was
lost, and is found '
TIM International c,.mii !,,.,..
Ei'tributtd by Kinj Fuiurei Syndicate
as his conl rihul ion to Ihe church. 1
Wire was mad" in ancient days
Egypt in 1100 11. C.
n '.im y 1 -' r i - h'Sn"n'y ii..ihw K-mmr- n ii mwh,
"Thou, lord, art food, and ready to forgi.g-
Canton Baptists Set Up
March Attendance Go
"Marching With The Master In
March" is the slogan for The First
tiaptist church of Canton, accord
ine to Rev. Horace L. Smith, pas
tor. "We have the opportunity of
making March the greatest month
ever in attendance. May we make
an effort to break all records?"
liev. Mr. Smith said.
The program as proposed for the
Canton church during March is as
1. A visit to every one enrolled
in the3unday School.
2. Every member giving one
seventh of his time.
3. Every member giving one
tenth of his income.
4. With Special Recognition to
the following groups:
March 6 Morning Service, Prim
: ary and Junior Departments.
; March 13 Morning Service, Inter
March 20 Morning Service,
: Young People's Department.
March 27 Morning Service, Adult
The Training Union to have Spe
cial Recognition at the Evening
March 6 Evening Service, Adult
Department In Training Union.
March 13 Evening Service,
Young People's Department In
'-,.., i.,i.lrr l!.,0.n
j I I ill ll 1 11 laiiiuii.
March 20 Evening Service, Inter
mediate Department In Training
March 27 Evening Service, Story
Hour and Junior Department Train
The Woman's Missionary Union
to make 100 visits before March
Rev. M. L. Lewis To Be
Heard On Station WHCC
Rev. M. L. Lesvis, pastor of the
Hazolwood Baptist Church, will
have charge of morning devotions
lo he broadcast over station WHCC,
Monday through Saturday at 9:30.
Many listeners say this is one of
their favorite orograms TIip radio
j station is cooperating with the
Haywood County Ministerial Asso
ciation in bringing this quarter
hour period of meditations each
The following week Rev. V. N.
Allen, pastor of the Pigeon Valley
Methodist Church, will be heard
on this program.
Talent Show To Be
Given At Maggie 18th
A local talent 'show is being,
planned for the Maggie school on
March 18. The event will be spon
sored by the PTA of the school.
The committee, headed by Mrs.
Lee Evans, announced that all
persons Interested in participating
must make an entry by March 15.
Entries may be made with Mrs.
Evans on route two, or any teach
er of the school.
In addition to the talent show,
a special food sale will be held.
Revival & Youth Rally
Free Methodist th
Hear Special Speake
Rev. F. R. Dawson
77te prodigal son.
Free Methodist I,
Have Special Seni
"Youth im ( lui'i
Saturday niihl ai n
dist Chapi will iiia,i,(i
oi special servic, -
Dawson, of Seattle Ua.
ing the mcssas
SU1 Wright . ,, w
J. W. Stiles. (,;,;,
terial students ,, u
Methodist Cullcia m (W
will be the Icaiumi J
Saturday night. A hm
O-Felt gospel stun nil;
the leatui es ut the- San
illnut I A. VI. Ma... i?
Katherine 1 1 1 1 1 1 n -. v al.
41st annivcr. saia
Dy giving aviav
which avcraai il
i- a i.
papers a day sv hen lie
newstand w ith in i fatli
past the 1,0(1(1 niiiik.
Man And Wife IM
They Have Never
The Equal Of St
MR. AND MRS. K. M.
Mr .and Mi- C. M P..
6, Boaz, Ala , vm
for Scalt" .
Mrs. Rouiin .
I suffered limn
gassy stoin.it Ii
night and Idi v
rundow n. Mv ,r
that I lo-1 v.i i l
only 90 pound
my Initial vvui k
Dot lies of Sell
I can even i im
i .il. I;
and now I svi irh 11 C
Mr. Ross .hi wiilr
years I soil, i. tl b.,d -p.
eeslion. All h""i
liiirl my -.1, mi. it !. I
I fell oil' in hi! i,l,B"
has bellied im- 'i
anything 1 w . - ,u
pickles, ki iiin awl
to give me - 11111111 '''
now I weigh l""1 I"
and I agree lliiii r
seen the e(it:i
1 ., ..
Scalf's Indian k'm"
on sale at all i!'""1 llr":
it. Not hi iia H'T11''
9:30 a. m
SPECIAL SINGING GI.Jl!rS .