The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 27, 1968 · Page 5
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BLYTHBVtLLlS ArtCftAFf 8ALl!| Municipal Airport - P03-8MJ ' !• BLYTHEVILLE PRODUCE CO. 1MB Dm _ Phone K»*Wi Marvia x. Smith BLYTHEVILLE WATEft COMPANY 411 West Main - POI-M4* ~ BOGAN'S FLOWERS flowers For Al! Occaatohr .Wire Service. Anywhere . 1011 S. Division - FC8-73U ODELL CAMPBELL AUCTION BARM Used Furniture & Antiques — Open Dally Wholesale or Retail — Pickup <¥ Delivery 1 Mile North of City Limits—Hwy. «1—PO1-9MT LANGSTON ENTERPRISES ARK-MO POWER CO. ARKANSAS PLUMBING A SUPPLY Co., Inc. IMtMt PlumMat tarter IB TWW Bcpaln • Remodellnc - Plumoint HMttDC - CM AppUMMCt * Phone PO BLYTHEVILLE STEAM LAUNDRY & CLEANERS family wash ft Rough Dry • Bacneiar BUBOM C*rtifled Fur Storage Cupet Cleuttf Pick Dp a Otitotn - fO WUt CITY ELETRIC CO. IMS. MB «ythevlU» - PO Mitt BLYTHEVILLE 'SALES CO. RCA Victor Color TV • salea ft Serrte* 1M B. Main CENTRAL MOTOR SALES HOD south MTiuon - BirthMU* - PO STEWART PRESCRIPTION DRUGSTORE 320 East Main" PO 3-388 top value Stamp* Plut Top Tslut Senk* BILL WILLIAMS INSURANCE AGENCY Security With Buuraaot OS 8. 3rd • Blyttevillt • ro a-f!M CABLOCK PONTIAC CO. 5th & Walnut Sts. PO J-6417 Night Wrecker Service — Pho. PO 3-7367 Bayman B. Ctrloclc HUFFMAN "• WHOLESALE SUPPLY CO. Blytneville. Arkansas PO 1-1077 St. Stephen's Episcopal Church •16th and Willow Streets- By Rer. C. M Lancaster St. Stephen's Church, Blytheville, Is one of the 55 Episcopal churches in the state, with some 15,000 members, which make up the Diocese of Arkansas. This diocese, in turn, is a part of the "Protestant Episcopal Church in the United State of America" with approximately six million members in 107 such diocesan organizations both in the U. S and overseas. Although St. Stephen's was not admitted into the Arkan- cas diocese as an organized mission until May 10,1917, Episcopalians in Blytheville had been conducting services of a sort since 1901. These earliest services were, held by seminarians or ministers who came here from Jonesboro. , ','•-, The few Episcopal families who moved to• Blytheville around the turn of the century started the tiny mission here some time before 1902, with missionaries sent here by the Bishop of Arkansas. . In 1912 the church acquired a ;deed to a lot oil West Walnut which it had owned since 1906. A frame building, used as a church until 1962, was erected on tis lot in 1913. It was formally dedicated on April 6 of that year, with 20 communicants making up the congregation. At the 1921 Diocesan Convention the status of St. Steph- SCOTTY'S CAR £ TRUOK RENTAL SERVICE SCOTTY'S PURE TRUCK STOP 6oum H«7. 61 At Interstate H - PO 3-7163 en s was changed from that of Mission Church to a self-supporting Parish In 1943, however, the Blytheville church was, at the recommendation of its vestry, returned to the status of an organized mission because it "found itself unable to fulfill its status as a parish." In 1957 a new rectory was completed on the property which the church had owned for many years in Willow .Street. The block-long property had been bought as a site for a proposed parish house, church and rectory. The parish house, now being used as a church, was completed in 1962, and was dedicated in April of that year. One year later, at the diocesan convention assembled in Little Rock, St. Stephen's was able to request, and was granted, a return to parish status in the diocese. As a parish in the Episcopal'Church, the heritage of St. Stephen's is traced directly to the Church of England- The Episcopal Church in the U.S. was formed as an autonomous body after the American Revolution from Church of England missions in the colonies. Today, the approximately 250 Episcopalians who make up St. Stephen's, use in their services a Book of Common Prayer which is an American revision of the original English Praver Book of 1549. FARMERS BANK & TRUST CO. Oldest Bank In Mississippi County A Friendly Full Service Bank, Blytheville, Ark, Always Bead; To Serve you April fft ,fff( ••fHH fjp BYRUM HAKDWAR£J * SIED Ul •. tail* r FO'l -— — - _ -- ___ - - -- __ BARNEY'S REXALL DRUG STORB HIWAY REXALL DRUG STORE OWEN'S PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY JfcWATERS MOTOR CO Sattafactlon Is Standard •I H. Bre«dw»y • Blythevlli. - TO I-4W MISSCO IMPLEMENT CO. Jbbn Been Tr«cton • Bquipmnrt Orauin* Ptrti. Repair* ft Bern* 8 Otrvlce Counti . . . YOU Can Count Oo OH fO M4M - BJjthivffl* . OKeol* SIXTY-ONE IMPLEMENT & MOTOR CO. Chrysler - Plymouth . unpwUI MaaseyPerguson Briny d North . BlythevUto - PO l-81« WESTBROOK'S FAMILY SHOE STORE Northeast Arkansas' Finest Shoe MOM Shoe* Per The Entire PamUr S13 W. Main - PO 2-3M3 WHTTLEY OFFICE SUPPLY 00. We Appreciate Tour BUBM* BURGER BROIL en North 8th .. PO 3-Wtt E. Main at 1-56 GUARDIAN VAN LINES, INC. local &, Long Distance Hauling 60S South 2nd — PO 3-8333 Mr. ft Mrg. Edward F. FORD ELECTRIC SERVICE - PJJOB* PO 3-*Ml FULL GOSFELL CHURCH CThe Pentecostal Church of Goo in America) Rev. Charles J. Cross 9:45 Sunday School - Faye Austin flupt. Classes for all ages. 11:00 Morning Worship Hour 6:00 PTFA p.m ana • Junior Ser 7-00 pra. EvanEfiUstlc Services 7:30 p.ra Wed Evening Serviet ASSEMBLE OI GOD Re?. Martin Haley nastM. Teachint 9:45 a.m, Preaching 10:50 a.m. Preaching 7:30 p.m. Christ's.'Ambassador.* Sua*aj-«:Sq "'Women's Mlssionari emmi!) at< 1st and 3rd' Sunday 6:30 p.m, Jubilee '•' Wednesday 7:30 p.aa. CHURCH OF THE IMMACULATE COJ1CEPT1ON ' Bet. «s. Doyle, pastor '- - —'—'-: SIO&AlOiOO »'.! Mass: f:80 . •'- Uuit 1:00 an«! S:0« "'Holy Pay Massss: «:M a.m. . 1:90 sun" - 3:00 p.m. Confessions; Sat. 7:30 . . kSther o( Perpetual Help Kovaaa, Tuesd.ay 7:30' P-m. f.LnTHElUN__CIIUBCH 9:46 a.m Sunday School and B(bl Glasses ' ........ _ .,«• _ li fl«.J tll^rg ' \1at*ft U**t.. p.m 1st Wed. Sunday 1st' Thursday > fuBdsJ Thursday. LWMTJ CALVAEY B4PIJS*. m Eveniaf Wership' oTp ?'» p Hist St F 7iOO p. CI««'»«W».-*a <:4i Church'Si 16:50. Morntog 5:30.^8^ 7:30 ttajkoe.rejotojr' CLAD tin. t. J. Me OKu'on sth(>4l 10 a.m.. Mornins ' W«rrti|»' ll 'a- BTO 6 p.m FIRST CHURCH W TH» NAZARENE first and Sycamort C R. Porter, Pastor 9:45 a.m. Sunday School 10:30 a.m Morning worship 6:45 p.m. Touth Groups. >:45 Adult Bible Study 7:30 p.m. Cvanrellstlc (Servic* 7:30 p.m. Pr»»«r Melting FIRS* «*?IIBI S:W a... «adli 9:45 aA. Suild»J Sea 10 HO a.m.'»rajo4UM( " S:00 >%:'•*• i™ 7:00 pirn Praaehl 7:30 ».fc. Wad, ~0( Ladles Uaatlni-lna 7:30 p.Hi. ' " • *"-• "•JJI [flplaiij* 1 Hl.S10XAliyBU.le. tcv«aa>« '"-- BAPTIST MEMORIAL CHUKOI Corner Lilly and Via* Rer. Raymond Johnion. Pwtor SUNDAY 9:45 ».ra. Sunday Sebool 11:00 4.m., Worililp Seryiw TraialoK Ualon *t 8:30 7:30 pjn Evening WorsWp ' Toachirs and Officer^ At 7:30 >Jn.. Prajer Qtrvlce 4t 7:30 CM Teachws beams GAS and 7:30 Pra«r.,Meetl 8:1S CBoir Bii ' pJM . ; 'fffltHt, itat(»* CHURCH OF CHRIil Main at 13th tewcL BlasInKatae, MUilitel SUNDAY Radio program SLCN 6:15 a. 12:30 p.m. Bible Study 8:45 a.m. Worship 10:45* a.m . Bible Study 6:30 p.m. Preaching 7:15 p.m. Radio program 1230 P.M MOD thru Sat. CHRIST METHODIST CHURCH Rev.' Jesse A. ' Br'uner, pastor ' - •" fl:ZB |.m Worship S«rrice 10:30 gijn(Jay School f ' WBDNESBAi LINDA STREET CHURCH OF SOD '-' 7:3fl 10 »ja. Sunday School 11 {.in, Mernlnc ' V/orehip ' "* : , .7:30 f.m Prayer Mtetmj WEST BIDE BAPTIST CHURCH "" 0' p.ia. Tralnlns Dnloa . p.m. Sunday Night Serrlees ffcV prayer ' *t.U EASTSIDE CHURCH OF CHRIST 300 N. Ruddle Kd. BaraU V. Trimble, Mlnlstn " " 'SUNBAS -••-'•9;<5 a.m Bible Study 10:48 W6r»Hlp • • 6:38 p,ia Bib). Stud; -!lf S.'pf .Preachl'dg * . r \rEONESDAT t;!0 p.rn, BlDle"Stu'dr:t«*:All Ages YARBltO ' BArXIST " B«T. 'Al?ln Jacksoa fastox "••- ••"•8UNDW ...... 9:45 fc.u. Sunday School 11:00 i.m. Moralt 8:00 p.m. GO6NEI.L BAPTIST Rev. S. M. MD o. Pastor 0:50 a.m. Sunday School 10:55 a.m. Morning Worship 6:30 p.m. Training Union 7:30 p.m Evening Worship WEDNESDAY Family Night 7:00 p.m. Mid- Week Prayer Service 7:4S ».m PROMISED LAND METHODIST CHURCH Bin 'tflrliland, Pastor . Barno* Ellis, ChlircTi School |qpt, 8:45 a.m. church School 11:08 a.m. Worship Services ROSA BAPTIST CHURCH Qeorge ~w, Nlcholi> Pastor B|45 a.m: Sunday School 11 a.m. Moriling Worship 7:00 p.m. Training Union Prayer Meeting WetaMij?? 1:30 p.m. . . HUFFMAN BAPTIST Bert Thpirjas, Pastor 10:00 i.m. Sunday School 11:00 a.m. Morning Worship COLE RIDGE BAPTISI Rev. Joe Aldrldge 10:00 a.m. Sunday school 11:00 a.m. Morning Worship 6:00 p.m. B. T ,TJ. . 7:00 p.in. Evening Worship Mid-week Wednesday Service 7:3 p.m. TOMATO BAfTIST Rev. Eeail Wallace 10:00 a.m. Sunday Schfflol 11:00 a.m. Morning Worship 7:00 Evening Service Kid-Wee^ prayer •- LONE OAK LANP ' P* inesda-y 8:30 p.m. Training Unlo 7:30 p.Fr.. EvenlBg Wo' ' Prayer meeting each at 7:30 p.m, ARMOREL BAPTIST R. G. Rens'haw. Pastof 10:00 a.in. Sunday School 11:00 aim. Mornins Worship 8:00 p.rn. Training Unleij 7:00 p.m. Evening Worship Wednesday 7 p.m Prayer Meetlo^ HUFFMAN CHURCH OF CjOD Rev. Tomuij - Lowery, Pastor 10:00 a.m. Sunday Sphop) 11:00 a.m. Morning Worship 7:30 p.m. Evening service y ft 'Sund»y e:!pp.m WOOPLAND CORNER BAPTIST Rev. Johnny P. smith, pastot (3 milca west or Gosnelh 10:00 a-nV Sunday School 11:00 a.m worship gerylea 6:00 p.pi. Training Union 7:00 p.m. Evening worship Wednesday 7:00 p.m. Prayer Meeting PELL METHODIST Rev.-JejiK •Brujiil l»:Ca aim, Sunday Beh'oo] 11:00 I.m. Uoralpi' Wcrahjp ' " ' ' ' ' TARBRO METHODIST OHUIICH '•'Arteat Lawson/ filnister Bu» - CLEAR LArtE Key; S._W. p«Ws. i-astoi 7:00 p.q> Worihlp Service IM-wMk Servlcif T:3S p.ia f »,m luadty Hi (.it,' IftrhW r"»lnia» OB^. p.m. nuiaf wi Pastor, Jack Bearden 10.00 a.m. Sunday ochobl 11:00 a.m Preschl | PENTECOSTAL CHURCH OF OOP CALUMET CHAPEL |tev. James Borea vorshly Mrrle« dr 7:3 orship Sjrvlca ay 7 p.m Wsrsftlp Bir 7:00 p.in, Th Sat CROSS BOA Rev. Edsel oar»er,,Past«f 10 tOO. ^.pi, Sunday Befool 11:00 a.m. worship Seryie* 6:30 p.m. Training Union 7:00 p,qi iviiiing Serrlee 1 p.(a. BWr*M* f?W(ir gervjea OSCEOLA CHURCHES or BPI ,»!« Ralpk.*^,- fl|4a a.m. Sunday iscfic 1 a.m. (iornlBg W6rsh Metho4!f" T«1« "'" p.m. ' 6;45 p.m. x^ung .. le o, A'a 7:30 a.m. Evangelistic Service W kf '(3 Sun%ve 8 l»« 6:«T METHODIST 11:00 Morning Wlr»»6p Service 5:00 p;<sbvter|ai T «) iklp, '''' . ' " • • J:OB PloiMrt ,'-.' . a. >:U-We<xuda^ fell CALVARY EPISCOPAL Bale and Ajb Streets Holy Communion. Sunday ..... 7100 ».m 1st if 3rd Sundays .... 11:00 a.m Tuesday 7:00 p.m Saints Days 7:15 a.m & Thursday 10:00 a.m 2nd - -- 4th Sunday Is'WWl 11:00 ».m 9:!OJ).P Church SeBooJ Sundays 10:00 a,m a! 9h.yrishw»mw "1st Wo.Ur (1(4 p.n JEpliBOpaT Ber. Edward pastor ) BAIuHejf 10:00 •••••*•••••• MANILA CHURCHES Mfs. De*ey CUBOInsblm, S. ( 10100 a ; m S^aday $cncol or cop . La»» Patterjoo Ifl :00 a.m Sunday School . 1:00 a.m. k(orilni_ W«rahl|> ti3« ».» sm» , wiSTcioe Bwnst COOMB ' lewer Aldetlre, Pastor 0:45'ajn, Sunday school lP:»».m. Morning Wowhlp ' 8:30 p.m. Trtinlni Dnlon 7:30 p.m. Irenlni Wonhlp ^' ««rfloe ( LUXOBA ABStMBW* of *W?r?' Ber, Ceejl p, Bowel), Pi 1}:00 a.m. Simd»y Johool |hOO a.m.Jjo/ftln* wof "* 7: |^eii-'orMSD n m tjtrl J|cCtorr, Pistw ».», SyBday SfAooi a,m, %njijg jVors&iJi 0 p.ffl YOUtn BIFTlCA * j&&vmmjwi& ** E

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