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Thursday Afternoon, May 5, 194S
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
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First Methodist Church Bethel Methodist Church
Rassell L. Young, Pastor
Sunday School, 10 a. m , Francis
Massic. general superintendent.
We are growing in size and inter
est. Bring the entire family,
place them in the class of their
age, where they will find lessons
from the Word that will be help
ful and interesting, and remain
for the morning service.
Morning Worship, 11 o'clock
Since this is Mother's Day, this
service will be dedicated to our
mothers. The Senior Choir and
the Children's Chorus will furnish
tlie music. The pastor's theme
will be. "Mother's Throne.'' The
public is invited to .attend
The Methodist Youth Fellows-hip.
lead by Miss Margaret Heese,
will meet at 6:45.
The Evening Service will be held
in the Youth Chapel at 7:30. Mrs
Clifford Senne will lead the con
Rresation in singing your favorite
hymn, and the Youth and Chil
dren's Choirs in special numbers
The paMor will give a message ap
propriate tor the day. All cor
Choir RchersaN: Youth and Sen
ior, (i oil and fi o'clock. Wednesday
'v'iing: Children. 10 a. m. Sat
urday. Pigeon Valley Methodist
The Rev. V. N. Allen, Pastor
1 1 a sn Worship serv ices on
he Ihenie. "Molher's Day." Scrip
lure Heading. .John 19:1-25.
The Rev. Clyde L. Collins, Pastor
Sunday, May 8
10:00 a m . Sunday School. J.
Letch Woiley, superintendent.
11:00 a. m., Worship. Sermon,
"Members of One Family."
7:00 p m.. Methodist Youth
Wednesday. May 11
7:00 p. m.. Choir practice. Mr.
Gudger Worlcy. director.
The week of May 8 through 15
the minister will lead the singing
for a revival to be held at the
Eiltmore Methodist Church. The
Reverend Charles D. White, min
irler of the Hiltmore church, will
LONG'S CHl'RCH I
Kvcnmc. Sen ices. Theme, "The
Watchful Spirit." The text :' "Lead !
u 1101 into temptation but deliver '
Us from evil. " Matt. 6:13. j
Morning Star Charge
The Rev. Asmond Maxwell, Pastor
MORNING STAR CHL'RCH
Friday evening. 7:30. The Adult
church membership class will meet
at the parsonage, with all new
members and interested persons
invited to come.
Sunday Services Mother's Day
10.00 a 111 . Church School class
es 7 :';(). Ever.ini! Worship service,
with the Youth Fellowship sponsor
ing "Family Niht." All parents
t 1 he 011nt: people are especially
united to come worship, enjoy the
ln-:aiii and the entertainment
v. i!!i tin- young people. A motion
picture. "Wrong Way Out," will
be sho n
Tui Mlay evening. 7:00. Boy Scout
1'roop. Bob Smalhers. scoutmaster,
will nicei 111 the Cluircvh.
Wednesday evening. 7.30, The
regular monthly meeting of the
Board of Education will meet in
Thursday evening, 7:30, The
W S C S. will meet in the Church.
As Jesus was walking in the temple
chief priests and scribes asked Him by
what authority He performed miracles.
He asked them one they dared not an
swer, and He refused to answer them.
Jesus told a parable 0 a man who
planted a vineyard, and when the har
vest was due he sent servants to collect,
but the husbandmen beat or killed them,
and even slew his only son.
The Pharisees were sent to ask Jesus
was it lawful to pay tribute to Caesar
Asking for a coin, and seeing Caesar's
head depicted thereon. He told them to
render to Cr.e'r-ar his due.
Near the triasury. Jesus saw a poor
widow casting in two mites her all. He
told His followers she gave more than
the rich all she had.
MEMORY VEHSE II Corinthians 9 7
Waynesville Church Youth Choir To Sing
Baptist Regional Convention Opens
Tomorrow At Vest Asheville Church
Panthers Creek Baptist
The Rev. D. D. Russell. Pastor
Sun-lay School. 10 a. m . with
the superintendent. Johnnv Kirk
patrick. in charge.
Morning Worship. 11 o'clock
fust and third Sundays.
" 30 p m.. Bible study with D.
L Messer. teacher.
On the second Snn,ta, t 1 1
in., the Rev. Ben Fugate'will bring !
the message. '
Tuesday. 7:30 p m . Mid-week '
worship and choir rehearsal.
Everyone is invited to attend our
10.00. Church School Classes.
11:15. Morning Worship Service.
7:00. The Youth Fellowship will
leave to enjoy a program with the
Morning Star Youth Fellowship.
Church Of God
The Rev. Hugh J. Cox, Pastor
Sunday School, 10 a. m.
Preaching Services, 11 a. m.
Evanaelistic Services, 7:30 p. m.
Wednesday. 7:30 p. m., Young
First Methodist Church
Rev. L. E. Mabry, Pastor
i Church School at 10:00. classes
, for all ages, A. J. Reno, Superin
j Morning Worship at 11:00, An
I nual Mother's Day Sermon, by the
7:00 p.m. The Youth Fellowship
meets. All young people invited.
I The Evening Worship at 8:00
; The Reverend Paul Duekwall,
j Pastor of Junaluska Methodist
1 Church will be the guest Minister
' in the absence of the Pastor w ho
I for the past week has been assisting
Dr. O. E. Croy of Swannanoa in
I Evangelistice services.
rehearsal Wednesday night at 8:00.
Troop 16 Boy Scouts meets Tues
day evening at 7:00.
The General Meeting of the
Woman's Society of Christian Ser
vice will be held at the church
Thursday evening at 7:30.
Christian Science Service
The subject for the lesson-sermon
at the Christian Science Ser- '
vice On next Sunday morning will
be "Adam And Fallen Man."
Golden Text: I Corinthians 15 2?
"As in Adam all die. even so in
Christ shall all be made alive."
The service will be held in the
church rooms on the second floor
of the Masonic Temple at 11
Lake Junaluska Baptist
The Rev. O. J. Beck, Pastor
Sunday School meets at 10 a. m.,
with D. R. Riley, superintendent.
First Sunday night at 7:30 o'clock
and the third Sunday morning at
1 1 o'clock.
Sunday. 7.30 p m . Baptist Train
Every Wednesday. 7:30 p. m
Mid-week Prayer Services.
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St. John's Catholic
Father AribfOSe? Bohrbacher
The sunupqSchedule started
Sunday, May ,4 jfrid 'will continue
through NpvAjtor the Waynes
ville . church, J'a"nd the . rnissiajis as
Waynesvi ss every Sunday
at 11 a. ;!BeiieiUction of the
Blessed Saora&tsljt ,ievery Sunday
evening at 7Q Tl&fc.
Andrews: J.av-JTVvery fifth Sun
day. " -
Bryson City: 8 a. m. every Sun
day. Canton: 8 a. m. every third Sun
day. Cullowhee: 7 a m. every first
Fontana Dam: 11 a. m. every
Franklin: 8 a. m. every Sunday.
Highlands: 11 a. m. every Sun
day. Murphy: 8 a. m. every first Sun
day. Sylva: 8 a. m. every fourth Sunday.
Paul Patterson Thrower, Minister
Sunday School, 10:00 a. m. Paul
Morning Worship (1st, 3rd and
ith Sundays) 11:00 o'clock.
Evening Worship (2nd and 5th
Sundays 1 7:30 o'clock.
Mid-week Bible Hour, Wednes
day. 7:30 p. in. Followed by choir
At the worship service Sunday
evening the pastor will bring a
Mother's Day message, using the
subject, "A Mother's Dedication of
Follow ing the evening worship
there will be the monthly meeting
of the church officers, elders and
The Wednesday evening Bible
study will be a continuation of the
studies of First Corinthians, chap
ters 7 and 8. The Question of
Marriage and the Eating of Meat.
Join us in our Bible studies and
other worship services.
Church Of God
The Rev. W. C. Lee, Pastor
Sunday, 9:30 a .m., Radio Pro
gram over Station WHCC, Waynes
ville. 10 a. in., Sunday School.
11 a. m.. Preaching Service.
7:30 p. m., Evangelistic Service.
Wednesday, 7:30 p. m., Mid-week
The two-day 1949 convention for
Baptists of Region Nine will open
tomorrow at the West Asheville
in addition to those from the
Haywood Association, the meeting
will attract members and officials
from Buncombe, Yancey, Carolina,
French Broad. Mitchell. Newfound
and Transylvania Associations.
Among the features of the ses
sion will be the regional tourna
ment for winners of the events in
associational competition held pre
viously in junior memory work,
intermediate sword drill, speaking,
and adult Scripture reading.
The meeting will convene at 2:55
p. m. with worship services follow
ing a brief period of music.
During the afternoon program,
Allard Garren of Hendersonville,
the regional director, will be the
Other features will be the adult
reading tournament directed by
Miss Laura Mae Milliard, and a
methods conference of general of
ficers, adult leaders, and young i
peoples, junior and intermediate
officers and story hour leaders. j
A demonstration program plan- :
ning. meeting will be held by the
Grace Baptist chur"ch prior to the j
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Long's Chapel Methodist
Paul H. Duekwall, Pastor
Saturday, May 7, The marriage
of Miss Mary Jane Edwards to Mr.
John Charles Klopp will be sol
emnized at 4 p. m. All members
of the church and community are
cordially invited to attend.
Sunday, May 8
9:45 a. m., Sunday School for
an age groups.
11 a. m., Mother's Day service
with the sermon by the pastor.
A nursery is operated in con
nection with this service. Parents
of pre-school age children are in
vited to use these facilities pro
vided by the Wesleyan Service
3 p. m., Meeting of the Survey
Committee of the Lake Junaluska
community Development Program
Mrs. Quay Medford is chairman.
7:30 p. m . MethnHUf v,, 1, e-i
lowship. Ted Noland has charge
of the program on the subject
"Our Familv At H mvi 1-1 A 1 ' 1-. i- ,,
Monday, Mav 9
7:30 p. m The Weslevan Ser
vice Guild, an organization for
gainfully employed women, meets
at the home of Mrs. Ruell Noland
Tuesday, May 10
7:00 p. m., The Adult Fellowship
meet at the church for its regular
monthly covered dish supper. Miss
Pearl Johnson is nriii..i r
Wednesday, May H
7 p. m.. Boy Seoul
meets in the baspmnf r 'u
church. R. C. Lane, Scoutmaster
ana w. Edwards, Jr., assistant
Friday, May 13
7:30 p. m.. Regular choir nrari.
The Rev. John W. Moore will
be guest teacher for the Men's
Liberty Baptist Church
D. C. Fugate, Pastor
Sunday School, 10:00 a. m. Mrs.
Charlie Riddle, superintendent.
There will be no morning wor
The first of a series of revival
services will be held Sunday even
ing at 7:30 o'clock with the Rev.
N. L. Stephens bringing the mes
Services will be held daily
throughout the week at 11 a. m.
and 7:30 p. m. The public is invited.
Grace Church In The
The Rev. Edgar Goold, Rector
3rd Sunday After Easter
9:45 a. m. Church School.
11:00 o'clock. Morning Prayer
Crabtree Baptist Church
The Rev. W. M. Abel, Pastor
10:00 a. m., Sunday School.
11 a. m., Services.
7:30 p. m.. Services.
Tuesday, 7:30 p. m., Prayer
Friday, 7:30 p. m., Choir practice.
The Rev. M. B. Lee, Pastor
Sunday School, 10 a. m.
Morning Worship, 11 o'clock.
The subject for the morning mes
sage win oe "The Mother of a
Evening Worship, 7:30 o'clock.
Following the song service the
theme for discussion - will be
Wednesday, 7:30 d. m.. Pnr.r
Thursday, 3 d. m. ChiMrv
Thursday. 7:30 d m Vnmi, ii.
Six years of continuous Hrnnohi
In Arizona came to an end during
me snow season of the past winter.
h Sunday School, 10:00 a. m. Lav-
uvM i. Tieai, superintendent.
Morning Worship (2nd and 5th
Sundays) 11:00 o'clock.
Sunday morning the pastor will
bring to the congregation a Moth
er's Day message. "An Old Tim.
All people are urged to honor
me jord and the true mothers of
our land by attending worship ser
vices on Mother's Day.
Friday night will be Youth1
Night at the convention.
One of the early features of this
program will be the singing by
lhe"YoutTi Choir of the First Bap-!
tist church of Waynesville.
State Worker Ruth Miller will
discuss Summer Assemblies, Mrs.
Sam Knight will supervise the
speakers tournament, and the Rev.
Nathan C. Brooke, Jr., of the Earle
Street Baptist church, Greenville, I
S. C, will bring the message, j
"God s Call To Youth." I
A dedication service will end
the Post day's meeting. I
The election and installation of 1
officers will highlight the Satur- j
day session which will adjourn at
noon . j
The Rev. D. D. Gross, pastor of
the Clyde Baptist church, will
speak on the subject, "Faithful To
There will be discussions on the
various phases of church work,
such as Ihe enlistment of deacons,
organization of an Adult Union, in
creasing attendance, and promo
tion of Bible reading.
The Junior memory work drill
contest will be conducted hv Mrc
Earl Recce of Clyde, and will pre
cede the business session when the
delegates will elect their officers.
Competing for regional honors
will be the winners of the asso
ciational tournaments held earlier
in memory work, adult Scripture
reading, and the other contests.
Current regional officers in ad
clidon to Mr. Garrbn are the Rev
Jack Bagwell, associate director!
from Asheville; Mrs. Ralph E. !
Guice of Hendersonviiln c...i
Junius Hueeins nf Fri.,iian !
chorister; Mrs. W. L. Harmon, of I
Rosman, pianist; Neils Larson of'
Asheville. adult lParir. i
rwiugni 01 Hazelwnnrl !,..,
. , ji'uug peo
ples leader; Mrs. Paunee Byrd of'
v-aruiier, intermediate leader; Mrs
Earl Recce of Clyde, junior leader
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Hospital Day To
Be Observed At"
Mother's Day is Baptist Hospital
Day in the First Baptist Church.
The Baptist Hospital at Winston
Salem is asking the churches of
Noifh. Carolina for $150,000 to
help bring health and hope to so
many who are in need throughout
the State. All loose offerings in the
Sunday School and worship serv
ices, and all designated gifts, will
go to the hospital. Our goal is
To Meet In
A program will be held at 3 p 111
Sunday at Asheville r First Baptist
Church for Baptisi ir.en of the
ninth and tenth districts.
Haywood County is included in
the ninh district.
Horace B. Easom, secretary of
the North Carolina Brotherhood,
and George W. Scliroeder, associ
ate secretary of the Baptist Broth
erhood of the South at Memphis.
Tenn., will be principal speakers.
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tion for June 4th, 1949, on the road bond and school bond's
which election is to be held under the General Election
of The State. In his proclamation the Governor called
the State and County boards of elections and all otlier
tion officials to proceed to hold the said election on Safe
June 4th. 1
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"The registration books for the election will be of
May 7th, for the registration of those eligible to rcg's'cr
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die nui now registered. Those already regis"11""
lar countv rpo-icfro;,, ,.,;n havr to rcg'11
in this snprial footnn t.. Atu QO will not bea
I .iyjii jh dUUC Till, aci 1. 1 . .
registration. The books will be Open through May 1 i
urday, May 28th, will be challenge day."
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Chairman Haywood County Board
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