Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on March 12, 1954 · Page 6
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ess Amerk& — Her People and Her Churches it A ft» ft*M» AtiAMIAI tty<jM^J».,Sefr r^r«Y*^^ CZ&W <M> A 'll*W JJAlifiti ' Anti»em: "Lord, Open ___• Eyes," . \frssj?fef Service 6 p. trt. subject: "Upon a Swift r p. m, '-• P. Y. F. ,t will t»e served Paula Holey Mve Charge of the program. "<8 S ti. m. *~ The women of the _. tt will meet in the Chahcl for tn«.ttiMflhly general meeting. M p. m. — Choir practice . .30 p, Jrb — t)eacon's meeting in tnl chufdh'offiee. p. m. —* Pol luck supper with neVCJeWy Newbojd of Monlieelln as Apeskcr. , tbttrimy ' |S 18 'pV Jti. i— Mcoing of Men of i. Synod Banquet at Marlon I loin* Little Rock, sal. 7:15 p. m. — Training Union Stu dy Course. •', .,,./ 4* , : Friday *^ <' ' 4:00 p. m. — Cherub Choir .tic. hearsal. WTIST CHURCH ft, A. Whitlow. Pastor • Sunday ff;30 a, m. — Sunday School W. H. Munn, Supt. 10:60 a. m. — Morning Worship with sermon by the pastor. 5;00 p. m. —• Chapel Choir He- hekrsal. 0:00 p. m. — Training Union I-Iu- Art Thrash, Director. U#i<i6 p. m. — Evening Worship service with sermon by the puslor. Monday '|i30 p. m. — W. M. U. Circle M&tings. 4 pi m. — Beginner and primary Sunbeams. 4-p. m. — Junior Girls' Auxiliary |iOO p.' m. — Junior H. A. ,7fl8 p. m, — Training Union Stu*".'." |i, rp, — Intermediate G.A.'s - Fellowship Hour Carol Choir Rehear- m, — Sunday School O.f- flc"<f»S I 4f Teachers Meeting 7J45 J>.' m. — Fellowship Hour ThUr»(lay 4 p. nA. — Concord Choir Rehear- FIRST PENTECOSTAL CHURCH Fourth and Ferauson Street Jlcv. H. P. Hudspcth, Pastor !i;45 a. m. — Sunday School C. J. Rowc, Supt. 11 a. m. — Morning Worship Set' mon by pastor. 0:30 p. ni. — Pentecostal Conquer ors Mrs. Joe Lively in charge. Junior Conquerors Mrs. H. P. fiud- spelh i)> charge. 7:30 p. in. — Evening Worship Wednesday 7:30 p. m. — Bible Study and prnynr meeting. Thursday 2:00 p. m. — Ladies Pentecostal Auxiliary. The public is invited to attend all services at this church. CATHOLIC CHURCH Third And Walker Street Father A. G. Dunleavy Pastor Second Sunday In Lent «:00 — Holy Sacrifice of the mass 0:1!) — Calehism classes Saturday 7-(i p. m. — Confessions. 8:00 a. m. — Mass Friday 7:30 i), m. — Stations of the cross sermon boned if lion. HOPE GOSPEL TABERNACLE 321 North Main Street .;' 9:45 a. m. — Sunday School, Guy E. Basye, Supt. 10:00 a. m. — Radio Bible Class; Broadcast over KXAR, Rev. Odis W. Keener, Teacher. 11:00 a.m. — Morning Worship Sermon by Rev. Odis M. Keenersjttl New Kensington, Pa. : , • 6:30 p. m. — Christ Ambassador Service Junior Christ Ambassadors' Service Primary Christ Ambassadors' Service. •':''"• 7:30 p. m. — Evangelistic Ser- vice, Sermon by Rev. Odis M. Keener. Tuesday 7:30 p. m, — Choir Rehearsal. Wednesday 7:30 p. m. — Mid-Week Service. • Thurtday ,2:15 p. m. — Ladles Prayer Ser. vice. Everyone is extended a cordial invitation to attend these services. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH West end at Pin* V. 0. K«6lev, Pattor 9:45 a. m. Church School, John P. Vcscy will teachv.the".Cen- tury Bible Class Sunday.' ; ' ' ' 10:55 Morning Worship Sermon: "Lend Hand And-Heart To The Master" Minister 5:30 p. m. — Wesley Club. , 5:30 p. m. — Senior and Intermediate MYF and Wesley Club 7 p. m. — Eycning worship : Beginning Church-wide Study "Alcohol and Christian Responsibility Leader: Mrs. E. D. Galloway The film "With His Help" will be shown at this service. Monday 7 p. m. — "The Problem Of Al- cohol" ' 5 fir. J. O. Martiftdale will bring • a message on "Medicine" • ,A social hour will follow this service tindfef the leadership of Mrs. L. B. Tooley, president of W. S. C. S, tuetday 7 £. m. — "The Challenge" -Rev. Virgil Bell, Director Alcohol Education in the Hope District. There Will ,be ho Adult Choir pra dice this week. CHUflCK OF CHRfST Walnut Street A. T. Oliver, Minister Sunday '' ••••"•••• -• • 9:45 Bible Study i.Of.3.7 Preaching v 6:30 p. ni. Bfble Stiidy, Classes for all ages. Tuesday;,- f»:30 .a.m. Ladies Bible Study Wednesday .7:30vp,; m. Bible Study CHURCH OF CHRIST 5th and Qrady Street F. L. Jennings, Minister /Sunday . :: -•;•' . " 9:45; a. m. Bible School CHRISTIANITY IS THE ROAD to the solution of the perplexing problems of the hour. : THE CHURCH and their mes&ages are the guide posts on this'rood. THE PUBLIC SPIRITED PlfcMS listed on this page urge crW£H r support and attendance — this Working tbwpr ; d a greater and more spiritual community in which to live and rear our families. . ' ' " , T ; :\" 10:50 a. m. Preaching 11:30 a. hi. Communion 6 p. m. Bible Study 7 p. m. Preaching Tuesday 9:30 a. m. Ladies Bible Study 7:15 p. m. Men's Bible StudJ" Wednesday 7:15 p. m. — Teachers Meeting 7:30 p. m. Bible Study You are always welcome at the Church of Christ. FIRST CHRISTIAN 210 North Main Edmund Pendleton, Minister 9:45 a. m. — Bible School Thomas Fcmvick. Jr. Supt. 10:50 a. m. — Morning Worship "The Uplifted Christ Lifts men — As Teacher". • it: and whosoever Will lose his life 3:00 — Deacon's Meeting for My-sake shall find it 1 ' (Matt 6 — Christian Youth Fellowship hew 16:25; John 12:25). Sunday School Lesson By William E. Gllrdy, 0. D. "Except a corn,of wheat fall itlto the ground and die, said Jc- SU's (.John 12-24). "it abidftth .alone but If it die, it brinietli forth much fruit." -•';•• . •• . : .. '.• These words wer& to have their supreme. Illustration in His own life.and death! for His death on the Cross • has brought forth rriuch' fruit. :;U •• , • But Jesus laid it down as a taw of the.-spiritual; world that "whosoever .will save bis life shall lose 7:30 — Evening Worship; Beginning a study of the Book of Acts. Hear these sermons: ' Wdnesday 7:00 — Meeting of Evangelistic Calling teams for study, discussion and prayer, Thursday 7:00 — Choir practice March 14 — "The;' Uplifted Christ lifts Men- As.. Teacher March 21 — "The Uplittcd Lifts Men- by His Example: Maich 28 — "The Uplifted Chi 1st Lifts Men- by His Faith "< ' Evening "Faith" ,. March 29 — "Repentance 1 * " March 30 — "Confession"^' Maich 31 — "Baptism 1 * ^ April 1 — "Player 1 ' Apiil 2 — "Woik 11 v ' , April 4 — "The Good Shcppcrtf 1 ' April 11 — "Solid Grouftd" ' ( \ April 10 — Eastor Morning' •— pur Living Lord" , ' Every one of the above message's will biing us somethiris vjtal'^to our understanding of God's \vorxi. Gome to Church > and^ bring' ydur friends with you \* L J ... '• Jesus spoke these words as He was facing the Cross, in an hour which, for the desclples as well as the prospect, was one of risk, .danger and possible death. It has meant no less for multitudes' of Christian martyrs, whose blood, traditionally has been "the seed of the Church." , •:,': ' Is the Christian life, then, Only a life of martyrdom? And are we, (who are situated in- areas Where there Js little danger, of bur dying lor ; our faith, excluded from the life 1 tfiat is Iquftd through; sacrifice? It Would seem under the time an3 circumstances that Jesus may have been referring to the. actual giving Up 6f> physical life, the death of da^tn i and time in ..contrast ^yith life "'"unto life eternal" North Caiolina produced 3»055,0bo pounds of pecans.in, 1953. ' think His words have a ncc- pefy and more g?neral application to normal Chrifetlah; living. • Saint Paul suggested thisHvhen he vrot« in , I ..Corinthians :l5:3i, ;"I ' die daily, "*'' •' ' ••.'..-.- '.';-. •' ; < VwatiPaul meant by that is broil gfcrtfu^ in Galatians : |: 20, •', where, hp -'says. "I' a.mv crucified with OiN^iy * nevertheless, -I : liye; ' . .yet nof I. but Christ -11 veth"-. in; me: anti .th,e .life;,that I nowllve: in the, flesh Reporter Almost * Misses the New* CLARRSViLLE I* — . Mrs. Korman .Marvel. =. a 19-year-old newspaper womah here, stopped by her doctor's office recently while making a routine tour of her beat. . The physician took one glance ahd sent her to the hospital. . '< Two hours later she was the mother of a. five-pound boy. Indians in what is now Cdlombia were waterproofing their clothing by daubing them with juice of wild rubber trees long before Columbus discovered America. I live by the faith of th« Son'of God, who loved me, and gave Himself for me." • • To road those words is to realize)*,; the source and secret of the stren-, gth of that..Apostle,: th,e. firmness of will that could keep him fearless and undismayed tinder persecution and the threat of death (See Acts 20:24). • AU that had.=per.tained to his master, Paul shared, and in that sharing he found as he said, .the power of Christ in him, and in Whom e lived: : " •••'•' "... ..•>••'••• •'•• 'That experience Is so deep so Vast, so overwhelming that I .suppose .few of us attain 'it. Yet such Knowledge of Christ can: bring strength and joy such,is has'-been brought to many humble. souls,as well as well as outstanding saints. - • Perhaps^ the mistake that .most of us make is in failing to/ share all th experiences of.;the Christ -as Paul.did.iWeiWalk'.with^csus in too fields; we listcsn as He talks .In : the villages with" the common people who hear Him gladly; we watcl§ as'He' blesses'the little children. .' "-But .we sErink.from following,to the Crpss f yen jis Mary, - His. mother, did (s.ee John 19:25). • :-T; ••: ,Yet the secret of !the fullness I of life is in. going all-' the. way."He that loseth his life shall find it.',' V,L*,y fia m h'-A ' ^^ ^^^€^'^'j^^M^ i , ^v-V^^ *•> •%<•*- ,"<C'*H;';V'-'/ - : .«.\i" <**'-:„. ?%3&?',&t4 ^vt^-*v <*4&*** :*,<-/ <?*& «-*< t '&< • jw-vra, 'v'/, ,\ <• ''{ \, 'vt-'" ^.;.f| 4 Vv^ / < v f-r^%4 ; A* % X*w' \ 'v '$''•' f s^^> V s % ™ / s.^ *• * f "ty ' *'' ^ ' •" "• ** • ^*K;i '.< '• t Hope Transfer & Storage Co. ' g -Xrqiting - 5," J'T J J &> .*• '^ \''V ; vA ,- v ^ ,,'. !'•'." .-: "':• ' . \ I §> ** ,*»<.**' i * ' v "i'x* •''-?. 4^r •SH ^: >^: .*^" • s* •*> 5- ''< ^ ,<% "X* ,-^^ % ^ Iv^. i,V x%'iV > % , Paint ! faw f pi!^ k \ ^ U. .^ »* * ^ ;*\>^*Q''' (>';|$^y.| ;!?<•/ i Crtsbf nt Drug Storf * :/¥ • 'Pre^Cjriptiph 5>p,ecia'lists . Porter Garage & Glass Shop • : - * Expert Avto Repair ,— ^tass Install^ W. Shanhouse Sons, Inc. ;; •'Clothing r/ahufactyrers Retrig Nosh Motors • Nosh Sales & Service - • \' ''.••'' '*"'.- • ' Mid-South Cotton i Supply .'.'-:';• j* A. E. Slusser - •.'•• ...•;-. - -.. . ;-.»^; t-Krt rs. :-^T & ^ i\-£ * *s i* r T- < » STOP! w nr»M ' ' , | V ransit Co. i8 1 fc.^ . That means you. But to STOP is almost a lost art ^ among c'us, Ho said, "Be still and know that I am God," We must stop, and realize we are eternal childreii, on the way to Destiny beyond the' sjars. Ju§t as there must be "rests" in music, to give it phr|i|?ing 4nd polor, so must man "pause" with Qod,-to refreshment of soul.,,we must go to <?hur$?Ji. It is important then to STOP for His counsel; U>QK His direction, and LISTEN to His ple^l- . ing, There are warnings aplenty on the road of Jife, TJie Sliest church s.i. 'i steeple is a compelling foree Midwest Dairy Products * Nature's Most Heilthfii! Young Chevrolet Co. •^Chevrolet Salc$ & Service C6x Bros. Foundry & Machine Co • Everything Ip 1 Machine Shop Worf; ,^ First National Bank • Member FDIC ,: . Hope Basket Company • Phone" 7-23-45 . ;. Graydon Anthony Lumber Co. ^ ,• Lewisville Highway , '".'-•.""••'" ' ' ' • . \ ' >•'•• -• ..-'•' Bruner-lvory Handle Co, 'i Phone 7^ Hope Federal Savings and Loon Association • Real gftt*t«, Lo*n» t9 Pyy T- Auild * Corn Belt Hatchery * Qyqlity Broiler Type Chicks in yowr , , ,-IT

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