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r FRIDAY, AUGUiST IS, 1»5S Here's Story Behind New Version, of Bible (EBITOR'S NOTB: Th. bl»- tm project In book publishing history—the new "Revised Standard Version of the Holy Bible"— w "l be clt the presses Sepl. SO. Here's the first of three definite • rllcki which tell the background s *ory «f this historic publishing event—and why U »»« needed.) By FRANCES DVNLAP IJEKON i (Distributed by NBA Service) NEW YORK (NBA)—The time U 1000 B.C. Out, on the hill, or p a i_ «stlne shepherds gather around. their campfire. As the stars shine flown and God seems close, one of the shepherds begins a story whlla the others listen raplly. It is a story of Abraham and Moses and the • greatness of God, told In the words : the sheep herders know and love. The centuries pass. It Is A.D. 1528 A devout English family, at risk of 'severe punishment, hides within their home a copy of the forbidden Tyndale New Testament, produced on that amazing Invention _ the Printing press—in English! A.D. Mil. Persecution is ove and the English-speaking wot hails the new King James verslo of the Bible, "appointed to be rca In churches." Thu« the Word of God throng the ages manifested Itself to h People, Always the one who pn served God's message wrote I whatever language his people woul understand — Hebrew, Aramal Greek, English. From language t language, the word has spread an til today it appears in more tha p, 1000 tongue». And now II t, A.it. 1952—the new -«st milestone in man's longing t comprehend the word for hij ow •day. On Sppt. 30, the recenlly-com •• Pleted "Revised standard Versio of the Holy Bl»le" will becnm available in tha U.S. and Canada— the result of long years of devote labor by 32 Bible scholars. The Standard Bible Committee headed by Dean-emeritus Luthe . ffeigle ot Yale Divinity School wn .ippointed In 1930 by the Interns ttonal Council of Churches o Christ In the u. s. A. On behalf o . « Protestant denominations, it wa authorized to produce a translation desljned for public and privaU worship, making UM of the bes available Biblical research, mamis cript discoveries and archeologica finding*. Th. flrri p,rt of In. task—th« • New TmUment—appeared In 194« Now the completed Bible Is ready for lMu«nee to coincide with Christian Education Week, Sept 26 to Oct. «. Simultaneous observances In 3000 communities on Sept. 30 wll niark the biggest project In book: ^publishing history—, fir.t printing of alrnont one million Tolumej. Prom th« scholars' «landpolnt however, the most significant record the "Revised Standard Version' -can achieve Is that of becoming the people's Biblt, as th« King James .version did In lt« day. Wfcy WM » nritkm Be«4e4r What ive been made? How diet ite« arrive at decisions on M.Brtrurtnf out a revision of the Bl. ble li not a new Idea. Two versions authorized by the Church of England preceded the King James—all within 72 yean. But within the following 341 years, only two authorized revisions of the English Bible have been made. The first was in 1885. followed by our American variant tn 1901; the second Is the "Revised Standard Version of 1953.'.' • Both versions are revisions of the King James. Why did It need to be revised? • First, the King James translators had only a dozen or so late medle- !i»al manuscripts of the New Testament. Today's- scholars can count more than 5000 mistakes In the Greek text; the King James group had no aids for understanding the'i Hebrew text of the. Old Testament «uch ai Biblical scholarship now . . Dean Luther Wtifle directed 1 Hie »ork of 32 Bible scholars. . . possesses. Second, the translators of 1611 and even of the 1870's did not have the present-day contributions of archeology to help them understand tha vocabulary, idioms and grammar of o! New Testament Greek. Third, many English words have changed meaning since the days of the Elizabethan language in which the King James version is preserved. T* lake a few examples: "Conversation" in 1611 meant "behavior." What ivas ••comprehend" in now "overcome," an •mansion" ig "abiding place." Th word "suffer" is now translate )t," thus easing the minds, of peo pie like the woman who wondere why Jesus wished small boyi Woman', "so p.m, Cowell _Btrnnnrn,!JB (AMC.) COUNTER HEWS ., Mta't Cootwrnlfv* Couaoll «:W p.m. ChrhH'i Ambassador* I.M p m Junior Christ Ambassadori «:M p.m. Evangelistic 8«rvic« 7:» j> m Tue»day 7:30 p.m. Bible »tudy f.tn. .. W«<ln««4»y choir i*hur»l 7:JO .m. CHURCH OF THE IMMACULATE CONCEPTION »«T. Amo. Enderlin, Pa»Ur A»«I.Unt Pailor Sunday Masses, 7:30-10 a m Weekday Masses, «:45.» a.m Friday Novans devotions i;SO p.m. Confessions Saturday 7:00-l:00 p.m. ) HI HER AN CHURCH G. Mieuler, Pastor 8l«lh and W>lnul 'Momcnls with God" KLCN each Sunday 8:30 t .m, Sunday School «nd Bible'Class 10 A.m. Divine Worship 11 a.m. Adult Membership Class Wed- "esday 7:15 p. m . ' wea CALVAR* BABTIST I5lh and Chlckanawba. P. H. Jeraljtan, Pa I tor Hadio Program t a.m. to ».SO Sunday School 9:45 a rn Morning Worship 11:00 ,.„, B'fU 6:30 p.m. Evening Worship 7:30 pm Monday WMU 2pm YWA 7:30. Intermediate GA 7 30 Wednesday Junior GA 1 4i Choir Rehearsal 7 p m Wednesday Prayer Meeting s:oo. FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH *ev. James W. Rainwater Mala and 6lh Street 8:30 a.m. Choir Practice. 8:45 a.m. Sunday School '0:30 a.m. Morning Worship Chi Rho Junior Senior supper «:00 p.m. Program 6:30 Wednesday choir Rehearsal 7:30 CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETI 1211 W. Main si. Wednesday Service « p in Sunday Service 11:00 a.m. The Lesson-Sermon "Soul" Is to •t.TTHEVII.LE METHODIST •. W. SUllcnf, Pa>tor W«»ley Memorial Chcrvk Church School io":0o a.m. Supt B«n Ray. li?" > . r * h L p ** rvlc « «v«ry and and <th Sunday. Sunday School 10 a.m. TBMP1.B ISRAEL »r. Mtrti viM. rabW Saturday 10 a.m. and Sunday 3 pm, Connrmallon service lor Leslie Eugene Borowsky, «on ot Mr n'lla M ' S ' Wllli " m Bo "w6ky of Ma-' P«KSB*TERIAN CHURCH Dr. Harvey T. KI<U, Pastor »:45 Sunday School. 11 a.m. Morning Worship. CHUKCH OF CHRIST Hirold F. Sharp, Kvantell.t Main and Highway Cl Sunday School 9:50 a rn Morning Service 10:50 am Bible Classes 7:15 p.m. Evening Service 8:00 p m Wedneiday Bible Classes 8:00 p.i ST. STEPHEN'S EPISCOPAL William J. Filzhueh. \-ii-ir Tenth Sunday after Trinity 9.30 em. Church School 11:03 a.m. Morning Prayer r. M. Weaver, p, l)<lr ^ roi . el ' s , ervic » »"d Preaching Saturday night 7 p. m "* Sunday School 10 a.m rrewhlng Service 11 a.m. Training Service 7 p. m . Pleaching following. gals to suffer In the verse, "Suite the little children. . . ." The members of the Standard B bl» Committee saw their task i three-fold: 1. To recover th« Bible at poln where the Hebrew and Greek tex followed by the King Jame«, ii nov misleading because of (he change* meaning of English word«, Z.'To preserve the basic struct ur of the Tyndale Version and the slm pllclty, djgnitj', directness, beaut and power of King James. 3. To >etk aoW (according to Dea Wolgle) to replace the King James Version with a verilon as accurat comcicntloui scholarship cai >roduce in the light of what i known today. Each substitution o words called for a two-thirdt vot f the committee. Changes that will meet the eye a nee are the return to the "Lord f the Kin? James version, replac ng "Jehovah" of the American standard. The Psalms, much of the lophets, and many other portion, f the Old Testament are printec their original poetic form, instead f being set off as numerical versea And as two million readers of the lew Testament revision already now. "eth and "est" endings have een dropped. "Thou" and "thy' emaln only when addressing God prayer. fMt week: KeUrnln; In ili> "ol* eclpr." The first flag of the colonists to ave any resemblance to the prcs- nt Slars and stripe* was the rand Union flag. It consisted of I stripes, alternately red and hlte. with 3. bine .field In the pper left hand corner bearing the owes of St. George and st Andew. OMB Blytheviile FULL GOSPEL TABERNACLE Uly and Vine J. A. Dud.Tsh, Pastor 9:45 Sunday School Pay Austin •uperintendent Classes for all ages' 11:00 Morning Worship. 6:45 P.Y.P.A. meets with president l.con VValden. with 7:45 Evangelistic Servic sermon by pastor. Tuesday and Friday night* serv- OF GOD Rev. .T. u. l>!c*nso,,. Pastor Sunday School 9:45 n m Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. NOTICE The Board O f Equalization Tax Adjustment will in Iht Osceola Court House August ISlh and 19(h; In lilylheville Court House, Angual 20(h and 2t s [. Meeting Hi 9:30 «ach day. Herbert Shippen Tax Assessor LAKE STREET METHODIST CHURCH Rev. Bob McMaster Pastor Bob McHafley. Church School Superintendent, Mn. Cecil i. usk president of WSCS. Sunday School 10:00 a m Morning Worship 11:00 am Evening Worship 7:30 p.m.' FIRST BAPTIST t. C. Brown, Paitor Sunday School »-4o » m Morning Worjhip Service 10-J5 a.m.' Training Union 7 p.m Evening Worship Services t p.m. ' Wednesday Sunday School C«bi- net Meeting f.i5 p.rn Officer, » B d Teach.™ nw.tlng i.uo p.m. Prayer Service T:45 p.m. riRST CHURCH or THB NAZARENE H»r»l O. Sch»lti, Pa.Ur Sunday School 9:45 ».m Sermon by pastor 11 , lTn . Sermon by pastor 7:30 pm Naiarene Training Union i.m. Wednesday Night Prayer M«t- IK 7:30 p.m. W.F.M.S. Wednesday .tternoon i.m. Sunday School Visitation Friday :00 p.m. «:30 T«INm BAPTIST Rer. David McPe.k. Sunday School 4:40 Morninft Worship 10:45 p m Training Union 7 p . m ' Evening Worship 8 p m Wed. 7:45 Prayer UeelinR. FIRST METHODIST Roy I. Bajley, P.jUr Church School 8:45 a m Morning Worship n ' a m Vonth Choir Rehearsal 5:45 p m »:ao p.m. Junior Fellowship rn- iZ rI M ta T.¥: TJ< - Scnlor You "Evening Service 7-Jo church fellowship t:3ri CHURCH OF COB 20lh and Cherry Rev. Darrel Kroild. 1'islor Saturday night Services 7 p „ Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning worship n a,m Sunday Evangelistic Service p.m. FIRST GRACK CHURCH Rev. Bob Pelrovi.-h, Pastor Sunday School 8:45. Worship Service 11 a rn Youth Fellowship 7 p.m! GATEWAY TABKRNACI.E Carl Denny, Paslor »:4a a.m. Sunday School 7:30 p.m. Evangelistic Service Tursday 7:30 p.m. Youth Meeting Friday J:IO p.m. Bible study Rural Churches CAMIMET PENTACOSTAt, CHURCH OF GOD RCT. Roland Manning Sunday School 10 a.m. Worship Service 11 am PYPA, 6 p.m. ' ' Worship Service 7pm Wednesday Prayer Meeting 7:30 OBO5S ROADS BAPTIST CHURCH 1. ». Clark, Pa.tor Morning Worship i-.tt a.m. Sunday School 10:00 a.m. Preaching 11:00 am Evening Worship 7:30 pm B.T.U. 7:45 p.m. ' Preaching g;oo p.m. 1 .^ e < tn « d »J r Evening- Worship HUFFMAN BAPTIST Byron Ep pl , Pallor 10:00 a.m. Sunday School. 11:00 a.m. Morning Service «:30 p.m. '• B.T.U. Meeting. 7:30 p.m. Evening Serrice. Wednesday 7 p.m. choir practice and piayer meeting. BURDETTE CHURCH OF GOD *er. L. O. Cooper Sunday School »:45 a.m. Morning Worshtn u a.m. Young People 7:00 pm Evening- Worship 8:00 p.m. HALF MOON ASSEMBLY OF GOD Rev. O. E. Hartness, Pastor Sunday School 10:00 a.m Worship Service 11:00 a.m Young Peop!« CA Servic* «:M p.m. Evening" p.m. Mid-Week Service p.m. Church Worship t:JO Wednesday 8 HUFFMAN CHURCH OF GOD Amos A. [.edford. Pastor Sunday School 9:45 a.m Morning Worship 11:00 am Evening service 7:30 p.m Y.P.E. Saturday 7:30 p.ni. LITTLE RIVER LANDMARK MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH ROUND LAKE CHUKCH OF CHRIST Sunday School 10 a in Communion u a m Bible Sludy 7:30 p.m. '• W]e p nmSdaJ ' N 'e h ' Bible studs ROSA BAPTIST Kev. Jack Mirk Sunday School—9:45 g m Morning Worship—n a m Training Union—7 p ni Evening Worshiti-7:3o 'p m Prayer Meeting Saturday nigh VARBRO MISSIONARY BAPTIST K«v. T. J, Klrhardson Sunday School 10 a.m Preaching Service 11 a m B.T.U. 6:30 p.rn, Preaching 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting Wed. night CLEAR LAKE BAPTIST J. K. Coi. Paslor Sunday School, S:45 a m Worship Service, 11:00 n.;n. Training Union 7:00 pm Worship Service 8:00 pm Mid-tt'pf* Service, T:IO , Wednesday. ' I'KOMISEM LA.S'I> METHODIST CHUKCH Frank M. Slie/c, Jr., Minister Church School every Sunday 10 Church Worship Services firai and third Sundays. !i : oo a.m. second and fourth Sundays. 6:30 p. m M.y.p. meetings, second and fourth Sundays, 6:30 p.m. daWsSCS second and fourth Thura- VARBKO MTOTHOniST CIIUIICJI Carl Burton, Minister Church School every Sunday 10 Church Worship Services 2nd ^ h}"," 1 Sllntlays ' u »•'"•: "«' a third Sund.ivs 7-00 p m PSCS first and third' Sundays. NUAIBKK NINE BAPTIST Oene Shull.. Paslor Sunday School. 9:45 am Morning Worship, 11:00 a'm Training Union, 7'00 p m Sunday School and' church at Yarhro School auditorium Evening Worship, a p m HALF MOON METHODIST CHURCH »- W. Slallcyp. P,»| or Church Behool, M:<H .. m . Sunl Earl Bnker. ' Sunday School, 10:4«. Worship Service, 8:45. Vouth Fellowship, 7:00 p.m. WOODLAND CORNER BAPTIST S. Allen Van Horn, p»,|or Sunday School, 10 a.m. Worship Service. 11:00 am CA Service, 7:00 p.m DTU 7:00 p.m. ARMOHEI, BAPTIST W. E. Kdmunson, Paxtnr Sunday School. 10:00 am Prcni-hing 11:00 a.m. Training union. 7:00 p m Evening Worship, 8:00 p m Wednesday Prayer Meeting, 7:30 COLE R1DOK BAPTIST Oscar Patterson. Pastor 10 a.m. Sunday School 11 a.m. Morning Worship BTU. 7 p.m. Evening Worship, 8 p m Mid-week Wednesday Service 7:30 p.m. OKI,I. METHODIST Kev. E. H. Hall, Pastor Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning Worship 11 ». m . Youth Meeting 6:30 pin. Evening Worship 7:30 pin, fiOSN'KU, METHODIST H. IV. Sl,i|]cui>, [, a ,( or Woodrovi Cook, Church School Sunt Church .School. 10 a.m. Worship Service every 1st and 3rd fiKW UBKKTV BAPTIST Five miles South Highway SI Orvllle McOulrc, pastor Sunday School 10:00 a m Evening Worship 8:00 p.m Wednesday Prayer Service 1:00 TOMATO BAPTIST K. V. Ctan, pn.slor Sunday School 10 a.m. Worship Service U a.m. Training Union 7 p.m. Worship service 8 p m Mid-Week Prayer Service 8 p.m IMMANUKI. BAPTIST A, M. Houston, pastor Sunday School 10 a.m Morning Worship 11 a m Training Union 7 p.m Evening Service 7:30 p m Wednesday niKht pruyer «ervlc< p.m. GOSNEI.L BAPTIST Marcus Wllkerson, »»st.r Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning Worship 11:00 am Training Union 7:30 pm Evening Worship 8:00 pm Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Prayer Service I.ONK OAK LAND MARK MISSIONARY BAPTIST Elder S. >,. I.on,, patt*r Sunday School 10 a m Preaching n a .m. Evening Service 7 p.m. PRIMITIVE BAPTIST HD Club at Hojrwood Rid,. 11 am. Sunday morning Luxoro Churches or CHRIST Rob Woortard, Rvansellst Dlble Sludv, 10 am Morning Worship, u a.m. communion. 11:45 Evening Worship 7:00 p Wednesday 7:30 p ni. Bible ciats AKSCMHLY OF GOD Karl JIaiirell, Paslor 10:00 a.m. Sunday School 11:00 a.m., Worship Servlcj 6:00 p.m. O A Service 7::iO p.m. Sntiirriav Service 1:30 p.m. SVedncsdny Prayer 8erv FIRST BAPTIST Her. Harold While 10:00 a in Sunday School 11:00 a.m.. Worship services «: ' p.m, B.T.O. 7:00 p.m. Worship service 1:00 p.m. Wednwduy Prayer Service MJ.XOIU METHODIST H. L. llohisoll, Pustor Chiiri-li School, 10 n m Morning Worship. Ham 5 pm. Vespers Osceola Churches FIRST CHRISTIAN O. n. Moore, Minister Children's Slngsplratlon B 30 Bible School, 9:30 Morning Worship, 11am Youth Study 6 p.m Evening Service 7:08 p m Monday _ women's Christian workers 1st and 3rd weeks— 2 pm Hou • Mdar ~~ Clllldrcn ' a Biij'e Hour ot Blhle Power, 7:00 pm Choir Rehenrsnl a p m Tmiradny - Training for Service Clasi 7 pm. CALVARY EPISCOPAL William J. Filrln,,!,. yic»r Tenth Sunday alter Trinity. 9:45 a.m. Church School. 11 a.m. Morning Pmyer. FIRST BAPTIST Percy F. Herring, f u i n Sunday Scliool, 9:45 am Morning Worship, n : oo am B7-U. Onion. 0:30 p.m Evening F^rvice, 7:30 pm Midweek Service. 7:30 pm CHURCH or CHRIST Morning Worship, l6:4s im. Evening Service, 7:30 D m. Sunday school, S:4A am Rev. Amos H. Endertta Every Sunday M ass . , a m . Holy Day 6:00 and 8 a nT First Friday of month 7 .^j 'IRST , Norman Kent, uor Evening Service. 7:00 p.m. PRESBYTERIAN «r. Chalmers Rendenot Sunday School. 9:45 am Morning Worship, u »a Young People, S:00 p.m. Wednesday evening «rvic« T : J« FIRST ASSEHBI.T OT OOU 4*J S. Hroidwar Key. Joe Wllmolh, u»t«r Sunday School, 9: <s am Mornlnir Worship, n am' young p CO p]e O.A.'.. 6:45 pm T»W s "f sprvice ' 7:3 ° P-»i in its day K veil ing 7 - 30 o m FIRST METHODIST Garland C. Ttylor, Bait«r Sunilny school, 9:45 am Worship Service, Ham Methodist Youth Fellowship, «:I 5 Worship Service, 7pm Wednesday Youth Choir practlci, 5.30 p.m. Senior Choir, 7:3o p.m. Wilson Churches FIRKT MKTHODIxr CHURCH Sam G. Watson, p.st.r Sunday School 10 a m Elatner 3eall, superintendent. ' Worship, u ».m. ^Methodist Youth Fellowship a:l» Evening Worship and Rermon, «RST BAPTIST CHURCH D. B. Bledsoe, putor Sunday School, 9:46 a m Worship Service, 11 am Training Union, S:30 pm Worship Service, 7:30 p.ml Manila Churches FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Guy D. M»,M. putor Sunday School, 9:45 Worship, 10:55 Training Union I:M Worship, 7:45 Wednesday Prater Meeting, J:H WALNUT CiROVX ASSEMBI.T OF OOB South at Manila Sunrise Prayer meeting 5:M am Sunday School, 10 a i» ^Morning Worship by ilex, j.wrt O. A, Service »:30 p.m Preaching a p.m. Hubbard's Sweeping August Furniture Sale Continues! Sensational Sforewide Values Offering You Savings From The Arkansas Plumbing and Supply Incorporated I* Now Open For Business At 109 NORTH 1st ST. «n<J offert a highly qualified >fumb«r for your t«rvlc*i Call Us For All Your Plumbing Needs Shitld* Edward*, Mgr. Telephone 273! Days 4468 Nites This Sale Includes Kuntireds of Fine Furnilure Hems and Appliances! BUY NOW AND SAVE! HUBBARD & SON Blytheville FURNITURE Phone 4409

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