The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 16, 1949 · Page 3
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^FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER is, 1949 M-A Line Revival Snagged in Spots Trains Arc Rolling On On* Portion But Othtr Still Lies Idle LITTLE ROCK, Sept. 16. HP] — Train* are rolling on one section of the old Missouri and Arkansas Railroad but operation on another Part apparently have been sidetracked. Switching service on the link between Helena. Ark., and Cotton Plant. Ark., started yesterday. It R'»s the first train movement on the old f. and A. since a strike halted operations of (he railroad Mveral years ago. Full service over the line, now operated by the Helena Northwestern Railroad, Is not expected for »3Mil weeks. C. W. Ferguson, gen- eriT" manager of the road, said workmen still are working on trackage between the two points. For the section ol the line between Harrison, Ark., and Seligman. Mo., it was a different story. The Arkansas Public Service Commission yesterday charged that a firm which hid agreed to put that section into operation had nol lived up to its agreement. ' Officers to Explain Tiie commission ordered officers of the Arkansas and Ozark Railway Corp., to explain why they haven't started trains moving. A charter was granted the firn last March to rehabilitate the link the commission said. It was estimated at the time that service would start about Aug. 1. The commission said yesterday more than five months ;...ve passec fcince the "harter was granted am "little, if any. progress Is being rnarte toward the operation of the railway." Officials of A. and O. werp. order eci to appear before the commis-sioi Sept. 30 with some sort of explanation. The order went to M. P. Goss, South Orange. N.J.. Maurice J. Schwartz, New York, and E. R. Vallance, Harrison, directors of the corporation. Goss was one of the purchasers of the old M. and A. when it was sold for junk on orders of the Tjfcrstate Commerce Commission. Hughes Planter Dies HUGHES, Ark., Sept. 16. (AP) — Robert C. Nickle, 65, well known St. Francis County planter and political leader, died at his home near here late Wednesday. He is surrived by his wife and six children, ali of Hughes. Funeral arrangements are incomplete. (ARtT OOtJWHt NEW! Sermon by Pastor 7:4* pjn. Wednesday Night Prayer Uwt- ng 7:45 p.m. W. >. If. S. Wednesday AJtemoon p.m. Sunday School Visitation Friday 100 p.m. Local Preacher* .Bervica Satur:45 p.m. CHURCH Or CHRIST Sunday School 9:50 a.m. Worship Service 10:50 ajn. Bible Study 6:45 p.m. Evening Service T.30 p.m. Wednesday Night Bible Study 1:30 pm. ASSEMBLV Of GOD Charlca O. Xtttr, pasta* Sunday School, 4:45 a.m Morning Worship 11 am Evening Service, I pjn Prayer Meeting, Wednesday 1 pjn- Christ Ambassador Service*. *'•*> .m Children's Church. 8:30 p.m Evangelistic Services 7:30 pJB CIRS'l BAPTIST E. C. Brovn pastor Sunday School, 9:40 a.m. Sunday School, 9:45 ajn. Morning Worship Servic*. 10:Sb a.m Training Union, 6:30 p.m. Evening Worship Services, 1:30 ,m. Wednesday Sunday School CaiM net Meeting. 6:45 pjn Prayei Service, 7:45 pjn Officer! and Teachers meeting 7:00 p.m. CALVARY BAPTIST 16th and (jhitkasawta P. H. Jernigao paster Sunday School, 9:45 ajn Morning Worship 11:DO a.m. Intermediate G A 's 5:30 pjn B. T 0. 7:01) p.m Wednesday choii rehearsal and Evening Worship. 8:00 pjn officers and teachers meeting at the same hour, 7:00 p.m Wednesday Prayei Meeting, 8:00 Friday. Men's Brotherhood. TIRS'I METHODIST RUT 1. Bagley, pastor Church School 9:4& ajn Morning Worship 11 ajn STouth Cfioil Rehearsal S:4S pjn 6:30 p.m Junioi Fellowship: In lermediate M Y P.: Senior-Young Peoples M.Y.F Evening Service. 7:30 p.m. After church fellowship. 8:30 pjn Wednesday choii rehearsal, 7:3C p.m Bible Study, 8:30 p.m LAKK STREET METHODIST Llltza Harrison, pastor Sunday School 9:45 ajn Preaching Service 10:55 ajn W.S.C.S "Monday 2:30 pjn Wednesday. Mid-week Service* 1:30 p.m. CHURCH NEWS Blytheville FIRST CHURCH OF THE ' NAZARKNE Hojal G. Scholti, Pastor Sunday School 9:48 a.m. .•^rrnon by Pastor 11:00 a.m. Wazerene Training Union 6:45 p.m. FULL GOSPEl TABERNACLE Lillj and Vine E. T. Kelley, pastor Sunday school 9:45 ajn Morning Worship. 11 a.m Youn? People. 6:« p.m Evening Worship. 7:50 pjn. FIRST PRESBY'TERIAN Harvey T. Kidd, Minister 9:45 Sunday School 11 a.m. II a.m. Worship Service 1:30 p.m. Evening Services CHURCH Of THE IMMACULATE CONCEPTION Rev. B. Francis McDerilt. pastor Sunday Masses, 7:30 and 10:00 i.m. ran BAITOT CBATEL KUWION •««. K. C. Bran. Worship Berries-, »:M *JB. Sunday School, U:M ua. Training Union. <:1S PJB. TEMTLK ISRAEL Dr. Alfred Vise, rabbi Friday September 23 « p.m .Hlght Holid*y Service on New Year's Eve. F1EST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Lester D. Strublur, pulor 8:15 Chi Rho Junior ind »enior C.Y.P. Lunch. Chi Rho Junior and »enior Lesson. 7:30 Evening Service. Monday a t 2:30 Executive Board meeting of womens council. Monday -i p.m. Boy Scout Meeting. Wednesday at 7 p.m. Senior Choir rehearsal. Thursday 7:30 Male Chonifi. ST. STEPHEN'S EPISCOPAL William J. Filihujh, vicar Sept. 18, Fourteenth Sunday after Trinity. 1:30 a.m. Holy Communion. 9:30 a.m. Church School . 11 a.m. Morning Prayer and Sermon. Sept. 21 peast o f St. Matthew Evangelist. f:30 Holy Communion. Sept. 22, Thursday Choir Practice 7:30 p.m. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SERVICE 1211 IV. Main Sunday n a.m. Wednesday 8 p.m. "Matter" is the subject of the Lesson-Sermon which will be read in all Churches and Societies of the church of Christ. Scientist, on Sunday September is, 1949. WEST BI.VTHEVII.LE METHODIST , PARISH William B .Vonnt. pastor LONE OAK-Worship services 11 a.m. on the first and third Sundays conducted bj pastoi On other Sundays by laymen from Pir»l Mcthotilst ohurch. Blytheville Church School—io a.m every Sunday. Miss Marjort Robertson superintendent. HALF MOON-Worshtp services at 11 ».m on second and fourth Sundays by pastor on othei Sundays by laymen from First Methodist Church. Blytheville. Church School—10 a.m ever 1 Sunday Earl Baker, superintendent 1 PJB. GO6IKLL BAPTIST Carl fUrtlMMi. pasts* Sunday Sifeooi. 10« ajn. Morning Iforabip. 11*0 AJB. Training (talon, T:lj PJB. Evening Wirsuip, COB pjn. Thursday, T:*> PJB, Praytr a AEMOUX BAPTIST W. O. Aut*». t Sunday Sch*ol, 10:00 i Preaching, 11-00 ajn Training Union, 7:00 pjn. . Evening Woihlp, 6:00 pjn. Wednesday frayer Meeting, 130 GOSNKIX METHODIST Lee Amfcrson, pastor Church School 10 a.m. Worship Service 11 a.m. BALf MOON ASSEMBLY Of GOD NEW aJBEITT BAJM1S1 Five mne* Soatb BJghwaj CJ RosselJ Differ, pastor Sunday School; 10:00 ajn Morning Worship 11:00 djn framing Union, 7 pjn Evening Worship Service 1:00 p.m. . \ NiniKEB NIKE BAPTIST Gene Shukx, pastor Sunday School 1:45 ajn Morning Worship, 11:00 ajn Sunday 2:15 p.ia Mission Arm Sunday School and church a» far bro School auditorium Training Union, 17:00 p.m Evening Worship I pm GATEWAY TASEKNACU L. G. Borah paaloi Church Service, BO ajn Evening Worship. j:30 pjn lionint WaBhin, CM ajn. Sunday »e4»< HALF MOON ASSEMBLY OF GOD Ret Martin Reagan pastor Church Service Wednesday and Friday. 7:30 pjn ) Sunday School 10:00 a.m Morning Worship ll;00 ajn C. A Service 7:00 j.m Evening Worship, 1:00 pjn Wednesday prayer! service 1:11 Rural Churches BURDETTE CHURCH Ol GOD R E. Shaw, pastor Sunday School. 9:43 a.m Morning Worship. 11 a.m Young People. 7:00 p.m Evening Worship «:«! DJn 1MMANUEL BAPT1S1 trick C. Hrckshrr put*r Sunday School, 10 ajn Morning Worship. 11 a.m Training Onion, 7 p.m Evening Service, 7:30 pjn WOOUIAND CORNDt BAPT1S1 Sunday Scheol, 10:^0 ajn Worship Service. 1100 ajn B. T U. 7:00 pm j Evening Worship 8,00 pjn Wednesday Prayer 'lervice. 7:«e HUFFMAN CRVRfB OF GOD James Wynet, pislot Sunday School 9:ti a'jn Morning Worship. 11:0» ajn E\'ening Service 7:30 pjn. 7.P.E.. Saturday 7:30 pjn 1*AOE fUat LAKE mi rUOHUOt LAND MKBODIN LeBof Ba*ry, ^^^M Church Brhnol, each ^»~<.L»:00 ajn. Worship Btrrleii, tint and tnlra Sundays, HAD ajn.; Moood and 'ourth Sundays T-30 pjn. M.yj?.—W-wliiesday, 7:3» p.m. Wesleyan Guild, second and fourth Thursdays. TAKBXO METBOUIR1 LeBoy B«ury t aalnlatcff Churcrj School, each Sunday 10:00 a.m . Worship fcrrlcea, wcooo aua fourth Sundays, 11:00 ajn. tun and third Sundays, 7:45 pjn Wesleyan Guild, first and tlilrr Mondays. CLTAB LAAE BAr-HSI I t. Cox. Bastw Sunday tScbooi j;4i ajn Worship Service 11:OC ajn 1'raining Union, 1 pm Worship Service, « pjn Mld-Week Service 7:30 u.m weu nuday ROUND LAKE CHURCH OF CHRIST Thomas L. Conner, MIlmliT Sunday School 10 a.m. Worship Service 11 a.m. Wednesday Night Bible tiiuUj 7:30 p.m. DOGWOOD Kinot; PBIMATIVE BAPTIST A. M. Braen, Speaker Saturday Sept. 17, 7:30 p.m. Sunday 11 p.m. ,. -I »JB, 7:M firs* tod thlid Bundajm. rrmsr — A. B, iVB, 10:00 a.m. 8und*y < 11:00 am. Worship «:00 pjn B. T. T]. 7:00 pm Worship Barrio*. 7:00 pjn. MadMaoay. Pray«r »«r- VARBRO MISSIONARY BAPTIST ReT. Parker Ray, minister Sunday School 10 a.m. Presiding Servile 11 a.m. B.T.U. 6:30 p.m. Prearhing 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting Friday night. Luxora Churches ASSEMBLY OF GOD J. C. Dickinson, pastor 10:00 a.m Sunday School 11:00 a.m Worship Senrtca 6:00 pjn C. A Sernce 7:30 p m Saturday Seme* 7:30 p.m Wednesday Prayej an vice. CHURCH OF CHRIST OKU L. Baya. MlnliUr MTTBK»DIRT a L. BoMM*. puur Church School, 10 «jn Morning Worship, 11 ajn. Meihodlst Toutb Fellowihlp rmips 8 p.m Evening Worship S*rri«, t pjn mn N»r»i«ai (cat, Scnrle*. 7:30 PJB. msi METBODIBJ H. J. rn»fha«an, yut*r Sunday School, »:4J ajn Worship senrtc*, 1' »jn. Methodiit Youth Fellowship, «:!S Worship service, 7 pj». Wednesday— Youth Cholj practice S:30 pm. Senior Choir 1:30 p.m CALVARY EPISCOPAL Osceoia Churches HKSI U Ik Still Jr., •a>l« Mornih, Worship 10:61 a.m evening Sep-lctf 1:00 pm .lid week Service 7:30 y.m r'IKST PRESBVIEHIAN L, T. LawreBce. p»tM iuncliy School '):45 « m Morning Worship 11 a.m Voung People 6:00 p.m Wednesday evening ssn'lca, 7:30 riKK'l BAPTIVl Ruuell J Clubb. ^iiit. lay School B 45 a.m Miiriiin* Worship II 10 a.m ii I Onion 6:3u p.m •-\'enlng StrpltT 7:3fl pm 1'ilweek Service 7:30 pjn CHUSCH Of CMKIS'J Morning Worship 10 45 a.ro Kvenlng Service '1:31' p.m S nday School 9:45 \.m Bihk Study Tuesdav »nri Prtd»> BT. BUTTBKWB B*r. & rraute MeDcriM Ird and Mb Sunday* «:00 WHMuijr. FHsfeich, fiiw Bept, U, PouriMath Sundu a«. tor Trinity B:« am. church School II ajn. Holy Comnmmioa tat Sermon Sept. 1* Monday Woman'* A«a. iliary Meeting 1:30 pjn. PRESCRIPTHMIS Fr<*h Stock Guarantee! 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