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. Pa§e Phone f-3431 i&hveefl 8 A.M. and 4 P,M, •^Calendar , October 6 ^.'''Circle 1 of the First Methodist ^Church' Will mccl M'oiKlny, Ocl - 6-al 3 p.m. for regular mpctlnfi in the hotne of Mrs. Ross Moore, .Airs. P. H. Webb will br associate hostess. ;• Circle 3 W. S. C. S of the First Methodist Church will mri-l Monday, October C, nt S p. m. in (lie •homo of Mrs, Webb Lasotor Jr. IMrs. Steve t'at-rigan Will br- co- Jiosiess". . G W. S. C, S. of the Firs! Methodist Church will meet MOM day, October 0, at 2 p. m. in iho home of Mrs. llorton Bniber in Or.khnVen, The program leader Will be Mrs. Sam Strong. The W. S. C S. Circle -I of the First Methodist Church will meet Monday, October C, at 9:30 a. m In the home of Mrs. Chntles Bnnni with TM'rs. Annie Edwin as ro- hosless. ' Circle 2 of the Virst Methodist Chirrtch will meet Monday, October 0, at 3 p. m. in the home 6^'MrSi George Newberh. -Tho.WMS of the First Baptist ChiircH will meet Monday after- no6n"aT 2 o'clock at tho church. Phe program "Clipper Flight to .He. Philippines," will be presented by the Kntherine llatten Circle, Vfrs. George Young program chuir- n'tm, will bo in charge of the . A business meeting will ' the program. Religion Is Hove Trouble Over Merger By TOM HBNSHAW AP Religion Writer Ynii may be reading quite ft bit next week nbfiul a subject dunr to i the lu-arls of must American Pro** osliuil churchmen In a single I word: merger | ll will be nne of the chief tobies I of discussions nnd progress ru- Din-is when Die 21st blennal curt- jvi-Mitinti ( .f the United Luthora.1 Church in America opens Wednesday in Dayton. Ohio ! The plahiicd merger Involves Ihi- ULCA. Ihe Inigesl single Luth- ei.in bnch In America, and throe smaller c'luirches-, iho Augustann, Finnish nnd Ameriean Ev!in2elio.jil | Lutheran churches When the union is accomplished, probably within the next throe or wire, it will bring into a fnld some Ihreo million of A ft ft A N I A I Newspapers Awarded by State Asso, UTtLfc HOCK (A} J )-The Fay- ^llpvillp N n r I h w e q t Aikansa>- Times was stt-eepstallcs winner In :he daily division of Die Arkansas Press Association's annual newspaper contest, it was announced 'oday. The El Dorado 'Daily New* won second place and thp Newpo/l Dally Independent third In tho weekly division, the big sweepstakes award wcnl lo t!u> _>ossi'll News Observer. The on Courier had more points but Vns ineligible to win because it von last year. The Duma') Clarion led the News Obsctvct- In number of points, but .t also w.js In Hglble for the award because II von in iOSS. The runner-up among weeklies ns the Star Clly Ledger. The sweepstakes winners and ther winners- were announced at he annual Press Day Luncheon Ihe Arkansas Livestock Show Com Tuesday, October 7 Tho mooting of the Hope Fire- rten's Auxiliary will meet Tuesday light nt 7 o'clock in the home of tfrs. Joe Willis. Time <1-H Club Meets on Tuesday The Toon Time -UIT Club met rTTuesday for reorganization and lection of officei s The officers re'as follows: ''Dorothy Smith, president: Chery Myers, vice president! Ann Sut- nn, secretary; Ann Brown, report- r, Nila Messer, song lender; Bct- f ' Blackwood, committee leader, tr^, Wylle will be the sponsor. The club will meet every other >oek on Tuesday at -I p m The cxi mooting will bo lo iecpivc> ew> members by voting • OH; nearly 7^, million Lulheran« in America Thcro was a lime when the Lutherans were one of Die most fragmented denominations In American Protestantism. There wore about !.")() divisions. Since 1010. when concerted di-'vos for ttnifir cation began, the mnnibor has been reduced to 17. Generally Ihe divislo'ns cn.mu. nol over doctrine, but along national linos and particularly over Ihe Innnuages in which services were conducted. Bui as national and •linguistic riifl'orenco.s 'began disappearing amoiiR -the grandsons and granddaughters of immigrants; the Various T.ullieran churches found tht'msclvijs more alike growing more and Victory HO Club Meets Oct. 2 The Victory Home Poninnslra- on^lub met nl the home ot Mrs. Iston Willis on Oct. 2 and Mrs. obert Cash gave nn mlcixstlng mionstration on appetising dishes sing ground meat Officers for the new year were octcd as follows: President, Mrs. ?cil Smith; vice prusldent. M'rs. Iston Willis; secretary treasurer, rs. Dexter AUorcl; reporter, Mrs. ihn Knutfmnn, Mrs. Roy Sowald ivo an iptcrosting talk on mnk- g a will, and why every one- ould maku one. riiero were W members and Mrs. yl'fe present. The club adjourned meet with Mrs. Joe Willett on Hi?re is the background of the four churches involved in the most ren.cnl merger efforts: The United Luthernn Church in America . . . 2,395,000 -bap.tixed members in 4.500 '.congregation's' Traces its .founding back to (lie Ministorium of Pennsylvania, the first Lutheran synod in America, organized in 1-748. Its ur^si-clont is the Hev. Dr. Franklin Chirk. Fry of New York, oot'haps America's -best known Lutheran elorgym'.'m, who is also (he first Amcricnn to be elected head of (be fiO-mlllion-mbmber Luthernn World Fedcralion, The August nun Evangelical LudHM-an Church . . 570,000 ban- lizcd monitors In 1,200 congregations . .. . Oro-qiiixod as a "svnod of Swcdog nnrl Norwegians In 1801 The 'Fin.msh Evangelical Lutheran Ch'u^oh members The association and others awards to the svinners. i Special awards Included thnl C. 1C, Palmer Trophy for com-' mimlty service to the BlythevihV Courier News; tho Hoy Elliou Trophy for community service by weeklies lo the Bunion Courier, the LeFever. Memorial Advertising trophy to tho El Dorado Dnllv Nows for lho best vadvortlsmy campaign; the Banclall Dixon Trophy for excellence in commiv clal printing to the BerryvlU« Star Progress The Arkansas Democrat Trophy for general excellence among dall. ics to the Faycttevllle Northwest Arkansas Times; ihe Pine Bluff Commercial Trophy for general excellence among weeklies to UIP Cabot Star Herald; the Arkansas POWer & Light Trophies for agriculture and livestock to the Magnolia Banner News, daily, and thp Dumas Clarion, weekly; the AI Pollard Trophies for column writing to the Blythovillo Courier Nows, 4,1958 Proclamation !. fieorge T. Frailer, Ma5'6f Wope, ArkahsaSj do hereby p!r*o« claim Oct. 5, 1958 through Oct. 11, l9og to be National Business meh's Week. This anfttia! Week, sponsored throughout the United States by The National federation of fills!' ness and Professional Wotnteh's Clubs, Inc. is set aside: Id pay trt* bule to women" in btislfiess and the professions) and the contriblt" tioh they make to the naion. The theme of 1058 '^atiofial Business \Vomens Week" is "Mdre Powef with Wohiahpower." Sighed George T, F>aziei* Mayor »r. e daily, and the crat, Weekly. , Morrillfli Demo ..... Bettor.' Icnown 38.000 baptized 155 congregations. the Siomi . Synod prijanized in 1890 by Finnish Lutherans. The Amoricun* Evangelical Luth eran Church :' 22.0QO baptixed '\ re Guts Cleaning r !ant of L R. LITTLE; ROCK CAP)—Fh-o gut- 1 t a cleaning eslablishmcnt and need smoke into two other busi- SJ5' ^ifijdyigs" in southwest Little o,k fodpy.% , , f^taii.dgningc'wns esUniatcd nt i;QOO, partly covpred by Insur- e_t;. \ ^iveixien said the bla'/o appar- tly started 1 'ii; the rear of the c'e Tn^n'cis Cleaners, owned by Hewt'tt,. SmoK(3 damage TTON|GHT, Tim(? ^.UNTAMED 1 MISTRESS m, Rider" SjHOW TONJTI. t 10i45 P, M, SHARK RliF lEIjSSTOFTHi Its T*ejn9rffiw members in DQ.'eongropations Organi'/od in 1(372 by Danish missionaries . , ; Sometimes called lho Danish Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. Another Luthernn mercpr (s .scheduled to tnko place In Iflfil when tho American Luthoran Church with 900.000 members, Iho Evaneelical Lutheran Church with a million members and (ho Un;t» ed Evariuoliaal* -Luthoran' Church with 150,000 ioin forces. Aloof to all'the merger talk ra Ihe strict and conservative Aflt. souri Svnocl. second laraost Lutlv 1 nran bodv with more than two mil lion' membors, and Us chief ally. DiV) Joint Synod' of Wisconsin and Other States with 3-10,000, Carlson Now to Chase Texas Outlaws By BOB THOMAS AP Motion Picture Writer HOLLYWOOD (AP) — Havlnj; led three lives as a Commie-hnnl- er. Richard Carlson IF now goimi back in history lo chase down outlaws on the Texas border. Carlson is the star of the iiv^ mensely successful "[ Led Three Lives." Though he'hasn't made a chapter in the' "series for two years, it is still playing everywhere and bringing him a pile of cash. Has he earned a million do) lars? "Not quite a million," he replied cautiously, "though it may p.nss (he mark soon " His next check, for example, will probably bo around 330,000 for a Uiree-month pqriod, No wonder Dick can say, "Television has been good to me," And it will bo oven better. HH is well into his second series, "JUcKenzie's Raiders," also madi by Ziv Productions, for syndiqn tion, >jiot network play. But jud« ing from- his sponsors and tjie many markets already sold, he'l mnkg ps much or more than if fi plavecl tho netwoik first, h s ' th « Seniors Strike at Scranton School SCRANTON Pa. (AP) — Thu senior class struck nearby Dick-' son City High School Thursday chiefly over some pictures of tho student. hangout. They want the pictures printed in their, annual yearbook. The faculty adviser says no. They also want to vote ol whom the yearbook should be dedicated lo. That's against schol policy Tho faculty adviser decides. The seniors petitioned Principal Edward Munlcy after G"> of the 72 seniors refusd toe attend afternoon classes. The petition listed other demands—a new clas adviser a This girl is using a new medicated powder to dust her feet after her bath, It was developed to keep the feet coo) and dry and to prevent uncomfortable burning sensations. DOROTHY Summer Romance Puts on Indian Summer Comeback story concerns 0 renl-lifu commander who \vas as- was siiffered hv Hilda's Bnkerv tiie Wright Avenue Variety , Howett's diuahter. Mrs, Robert Unstcr. was hospitalised for shoelf Store, running info t|io smoker i]Jcri cleaners to Find her father llowett wns away making doliv- IPS nt the time Mrs, Luster is the wife of JJt(Je "Jock's (raffle judfte, :!V!E DRIYWN I THEATRi ] T&NITE & 2 Big Westerns In Flaming Color (ILARK, MNf CABUHUSWLKY Tho Army signed by President Grant to clean up the marauders who looted Texas then vanished Grande, ov-or the orders were jo pursue (he bandits into JVfexio.' if necessary-, ,bul< ho hfi/} to as "I the eonseqnp'np.QS,-if .„,.„,„ ' ° "'Vl^sents all Kinds ^,'«'t>-picl? enduised. ''fh'pw * h'ls n good Jfo went on' i 0 *"qrguo tliRt it's (hp vphicje tits} counts in TV "A Jot of hs \v))Q wej-e. only so ?Q iu the n-jovjes hfivo dpne Nvel) in TV becnusp \yp Jmd the right fJlow," hp gaid. "Yet ii big "pig. Juj-p name hkp FmnH Siuaira Pflu do a flop, lUs nanie m0aqs jiotli- 4H§" m TV vinless Jhe show js good." Nicaragua Having More Trouble . <AF>«government pj- 9 s§ pjoee iodny Notional Qygrd troops had . sent tp northern NJpVagim Pk reports 'Jin aj-n\ed band erQ?sed Dear Dorothy Dix: 1 spent my vacation ot a resoi where I met the man all girl dream of meeting At Iho end o three weeks we parted and I wa Mire J'd never see or hear Iron him again, Last week he called tc tell me he is being transferred tr my home city. He hinted that h hoped we could pick up where \\ dropped off. This point, J maj add, was one of friendship only There was never a word of love spoken between us, put \ye di discover many tilings of mutua interest. Hero's tho caich. Jfe tojd me quite frankly that he had been married, had had no children and his wife had asked tor the divorce My parents, however, qre dene se\ against djvorpo and I'm s they'd object to hi|j)'(or thtjt r son, How should J handle the sitl4* aiion? — Irene G, "'i ' , Dear Irene; typyer, never, begin pny association with an outstimd iilg lie. Jf you date your sitm'me Romeo, lot your family know al the facts. Ba guided by their reaction, jt it's quite apparent ihnt your friendship with a divorced, nan will be the ca»sg p| quarrels, don't continue it. iho afmedand Pear Dorothy pj x; My husband and J are- in 9 ight financial spot, His lather is abje to help us, j) H t won't, Hg s we'll get the nwney aftpr gpne, and until then jj, will dp us good to da a little struggling, s this the right atytw^9 Soy $'$> puts to take? — Janice S. Pear Janipp: Ypij pan't fll'SUP wit}» a man wtvp thH^s Ws gpffjo ivill hold a safe dppo.§ii Sjoj. lime to help peopjp is,\v)iejj it. A means more to you now than a few thousand when your father- in-law dies,.I heqrtily disagree with his theory, but he holds the money and cares little if anyone agrees syilh him or not, term were: President, June Brown vice president, Fay Hines; secretary and treasurer, Gloria Sherrod; reporter, Evelyn Tackette; social chairman, .Lcra Haynie; scrapbook chairman, LaRonda M'cCrav- en, Mrs. Marie Hines is assistant sponsorer. Plans were made for the Christmas box to be sent to ,the National Children's'Home jn Hot Springs, Aai f ,gii-ls r between Jljp,,ages. of 12 an'd" 17' who are interested in joining the Missionottes are invited to be present, at the next meeting \vhlch"will be held at the home of June Brown on (Monday night, Oct. 13 at 7 o'clock. Mrs. L'. D. Reed has returned to Texnrkana after a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Cam McGuire, Woman Won't Serve as Police Chief CHICAGO (AP) — Press agon Patti Counts chose a cellar salpP: today to tell the World she doe not choose to serve as 1 chief o police of Aurora, While photographers ordered lh< comely cop-designate about fo the best. angles, Miss Counts; out lined a few angles of-her ..'.'own I understand public relations'.' she told reporters Her 1 cOriferenc was called in the bistro she help- publicize— the Cloister Inn-'in thp basement of Hotel Maryland on Chicago's near North Side. Gone from Miss Counts* press book was the pledge of Thursday that "I will fight anyone who op pose, my appointment. 1 . 1 , Instead it was, "due to the''com- plexities ' and the state of Affairs 'in Aurora I find it .necessary to decline the appointment." Mayor Paul.Egan of tho suburb west of Chicago named* the 23- yeai-rold Miss Counts his police chief to take over from.. the ;sus, pended Donald Ciirran. Cm-ran hasn't budged from his 'office', though. Neither < has the , 68-m'an police force suspended by Egan Miss Counts said she'-d eomo come around lo agree with ' CUPV ran that her appointme'nt, would be "ridiculous." Egan' called her for the job, Patti said, aft.,. 'Don Graham, A Chicago t radkrsta r tion progqm director, suggested her name to the mayor.. Egan, in his 4'/ a years as .mayor, has forced about 10 police chiefs out of office. Curran.-, say<« he is a stayer. The Aurora. Council has recalled Egan's suspension orders nonsense ' Dear Dorothy Dix! 'My Boy friend, wh,om I adore, has a fpcial disfigurement, He is so svonderfuj to me that I never even think of the blemish. However my friends Jaugn at him and can't understand why I Jpye him. They keep teljing me I can do ^better, I know he's the man for me, bvit Pf)n I convince my friends of - C, T,, Dear C, T,: First of all, real friends would never take this a^ , You've b.e?oine ipixed up n biipch of hard hearted kids the s.ooner you, change your brand of friends, the better, The proof of love is. your willingness to sfwe — the drflwbacns as we} l»s the assets. If you can shqrc your sweetheart's defect, then you truly ,ove v him and are assured of a ipppy life {ogether, Jf ^'oii have doubts, don't poptiruie tfj? frjend* sWp, Mr, and Mrs. J. H. Bemis returned Tuesday from several days stay in Little Rock- with Mrs. Lillian Vaughn, Friends of Mrs. Vaughn will toe glad to know she has returned to home after being critically ill in Baptist Hospital. Mr, and Mrs, B. A. DeLamar and Jess Hays returned Tuesday night from Memphis where they attended tho shoss'ing of the ne\y 1959 Chevrojels, Mr, and Mrs, J, C, Stegar, Nancy anci Hank of Excellsior Springs, Mo. have beer) the guests of his mother,'Mrs,'J, C. StegaV, ' Mr, and Mrs. John Gulleyj John Bernard and Nancy and Grady Haseley gttendejpl ' ^he Arkansas Livestock Show in- Little Rock o Tuesday night. • Soviet Bid for Meet Is Rejected WASHINGTON (AP)—The State Department today indicated rejection of a Soviet bid for a three- power foreign ministers meeting Oct. 31 on suspending' nuclear weapons tests The department announced thnf Secretary Dulles will be "in Seattle, Wash,, in early November, , Press officer Lincoln White said Dulles will head the U,S. delegation to a ministerial meeting of an 18-nation group "concerned with economic development of Southeast Asia, " ' ' The United States, Soviet Unloi) and Britain have already* agreed to negotiations beginning Ocl, 31' at Geneva on a possible agrep ' rnent covering s'uspensjon' of JHI clear weapons testing. In notes to the two ' Western powers Wednesday, • th'e Soviet Foreign Office proposed thnt the mooting be held at the foreign ministers, , 1 SHADY LADY-Well protect- •! ed r against the wind and the sun, 1 this masked nv^s pauses during work at an air base at .Tainan, Formosa. Formosan "girls believe that a lighter complexion gives them a belter chance for marriage, Thomas Jefferson was an avid book collector, his third collection now being in the Rare Books Division of the Library of Congress. ANNOUNCEMENT Mrs. Joella Amour Is servicing ,the Investment accounts of her husband, Joe Amour, deceased. Please call Prospect 7-2419 for any information you may need. Toylor & Jordan USED CARS ' • — And • — BODY SHOP 216 S. Hazel Phone 7-4022 Orville Taylor • John BUI Jordan LENNIE JACKSON Has joined the staff of Hazel's Beauty Shop and , Invites ,her friends to visit her. HAZEL'S BEAUTY SHOP 104 S.' Elm Pho. 7-2878 ' 86TH ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL 5 PC. Maple Djnette, Service for 6,dishes, Place Mats and stainless steel silverware. ' ,$86.00 .MONTGOMERY WARD »HW yearbook adviser an actyity n|gh,t-once a week in the- sp(iol gym a little'less bar^smenl the School Board, , Attending 'a tfope District Wes leyan Service'Guild meeting a(." Q) Diamond Cc»fe in ffope Tuesda evening were Mjss ftjarguerij ery, Mrs. JJe^pert Hflw)ey,, Frances Bailey, Mrs, Charlie mas,. MJ-S- Simon Webb, Mrs. O. Lee,' Miss Merilyn Lee, Mi? Alice Grimes, Miss Sue Martin ? Wta Qrjmes, Mrs, Bill Ggr » Mrs, N, R. Nelion, Mrs. Tho and Miss Ellen M PW . J'ni a' ;m.idfl}e*flg'ed \vi{Jow 4 „-„.„ •Ho, g irum who is quite well off, .claims it isn't prQpey IP give en g diamond g»d wflyid v-..,- r lP v $ WIP" " ow » b Wt Slo'Vt vani. to go against tl^ I'ufes p? 'iqupttp. — MS'?. F. P. Pear.Mrs. F- P.? WJist yams a and, Mrs, Qgne Hal? aid Mr, and Mrs. C- WPtWpd JQ L1(t}e Rogk. Moo god. altered ih? Arkansas Paul Hsynig ivsr? Tues'day 'yisHefg in Maanelie and W Poredo. 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