The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 1, 1936 · Page 29
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 29

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Wednesday, July 1, 1936
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WEDNESDAY, BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS 'SECTION C PACE 5.T' Behind All Civilized Progress \ Stands the Dominating Influence of THE CHURCH History is rich with stories of the part religion has played in human progress. Faith in God, and faith alone, has given men the strength of limb and heart to push ahead where all seemed lost. And wherever men have achieved new worlds they have anchored their hopes with religion. In spite of hardships, little pioneer communities found I he will and llie means of huilding churches. Their growl 11 lias been the growth of America, ol! Arkansas, of our own community. Today Klylhe- ville has many fine churches, and hundreds of sincere Christians who are leading the way lo future progress., who are proud of ihe accomplishments of yesterday and confident their efforts will boar fruit tomorrow. First Presbyterian Church Stuart H. Salmon, Pastor First Church of the Assembly of fiod Norman H. Rhodes, Pastor First Baptist Church Alfred Carpenter, Pastor •'• -: ' (/ ' Pilgrim Lu%an Church H. J: : <Kleindicnst, Pastor Church of Christ First Church of the Na/arene Harmon Holt, Pastor First Methodist Church W. V. Womack, Pastor Second'Baptist Church Church of the Immaculate Conception John J. Thompson, Castor t Christian Church Carroll [{. Cloyil, Pastor Si Stephen Episcopal Church Cornelius C. liurkc, Pastor Full fepel Church • Clyde F5c)in, Pastor Lake. Street Methodist Chiu-i Vcrnon E. Chalfant, Pastor

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