Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 31, 1958 · Page 2
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Hope, Arkansas
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Twe HOP! ITAft, HO PI, AftKANSAi , Sibber 3t f - -..^-.a-J-l—-«..»»-. fifltt, ,' < •*" TIRED OF FROST-*-Going soulli this wlnln? If so, you mny run into piles of tires like these in JDade Coutity, Kin. Local I mil farnu-rs. fd'ylling the disastrous crop-ruining frosts of 19S7, stockpile the old tiros which will bi« burned to create a warming.smoke screen during flippy weather in the- Sunshine Statf. Church Announcements .GOSPEL V.IGHT HOUSE -Pentecostal FalWi ' ^Andres and Ave. C. 'Lacy Rowe, Pastor ;=7:30 a.m. Hadio Broadcast • 8:45 a. m. Sunday School Clnybovn Howe, Supt. 11 a m. Morning worship 7:30 p.m. Evening Worship Sermon by Pastor Wednesday , 4 p.m. Corner Club for Children 7:30 p.m. Prayer meeting and Bible Study. ,'"* CATHOLIC CHURCH c]' ' 3rd and Walker Streets £r L Father Joseph Enderllne, Pastor % -Mass iit 10:30 ' <; -« SOUTH SIDE ASSEMBLY i\>" South Fulton and Park Drive -«V Rev. S. Joseph Geno, Pastor i"- Saturday t|'' 6:<30 p.m. Bible Club Meets at ' vjiome of Mrs Edna Williams All /. members lire asked to read the ^ 3rd chapter of Daniel. ' % , Sunday Services: T. '- 9:45 a.m. Sunday School £- t 11 a.m. Morning Worship. Ser'""' ,mon by the Pastor. t*s>- 5 p.m. Orchestra Ri-hcarsal r ? 0:30 p.m.Young People Service, ,!' J,,Hnrold Taylor, Pres•P* ,'7':30 p.m. Evangelistic Service ',tr4' Sermon by the pnstor fV" Tuesday |-W'*'B;4S p.m. Orchestra Rehearsal «W' Wednesday X.fc*. ,7;30 p.m. Mid Week Service •tlf' f >, Friday t'^ 7:30 p.m.'Prayer Meeting FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 701 South Main St. Rev. L. T. Lawrence D. D. Minister Sunday 9:30 a. m. Coffee Hour for Men's Bible Class. 9:50 a.m. Sunday School Classes for ail ages. Mr. Crit Stuurt. Jr. Supt. !):50 a.m. Men's Bible Class. The lesson will be taught by Hon. Duncan Me Roc of Prescott. Thcll Joplin, president Dr. J. W. Branch, pianist 9:, r >0 a.m. Women's Bibb Class The lesson will be taught by Mrs. Jim McKeiuie President, Mrs. Tom Cornpton Pianist, Mrs. Arthur Wimmell I0:. r i, r ) a.m. Morning Worship Anthem "O Lord Most Merciful" Sermon "Christ Has Burst the Gules of 1-1 oil." S p.m. Vesper Service Anthem ""An Evening Prayer" by Junior Choir. Sermon "doing to ;i Specialist" 4 p.m. Session will meet in the din pel, (i p.m. PYF will meet for supper Jcnn Lowe will losid the Pioneer Group. Teiifi Pilkinton will lead the Senior Group. .Monday Y p.m. Adult Choir Practice Tuesday 10 a.m. Executive Meeting of Die Women of the Church Wednesday The Juniors will meet at the Church-from '1:30 to 6:30 p.m. for politick supper with Rev. Henry A. Grubbs, guest sponkur- Saturday 10 a.m. Junior Choir Practice ? ri iP* "i The family of W. C. Dudley wish to take this opportunits' to thank their many friends and , neighbors for the sympathy and kindness shown r during their recent bereavement. The Dudley Family FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH William Ellis Harris, Pastor Luther Hollamon, Organist Malcolm Porterfleld, Church Sc"ool Superintendent D:45 a.m. Church School with classes for all ages. 10:50 a.m. Morning Worship, Communion, anthem by the choir. "The Church Wherein I Worship" sermon by pastor "Forgive Us-— as We Have Forgiven," 5 p.m. Vesper Service. The pastor will report on the International Convention of Churches held in St. Louis. 0 p.m. Christian Youth Fellowship. Monday 7 p.m. Church -Board Moelintj FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH John H- McClanaVian, P-a*tor H^nry Whitlow, Mlnlst«r of music Sunday 9:30 a.m. Sunday School Hubert Thrash Supt. 10:50 a.m. Morning Worship Sermon by the pastor. 4:45 p.m. Youth Choir followed by supper 5 pi m. Baptist Hour - KXAR (5:30 p.ni. Training Union Leon Davis, Director 7:45 Evening Worship Sermon by the pastor. Monday truck from 'Children's Homo in Monticello will be in Hope. Tuesday 0:30 p.m. YWA Installation Service. Wednesday 5:15 p. m. Belly Jones-GA 0:30 p. m, G. A. Sunbeams, R. A.'s. 0:45 p. m. Dr. MeClanahan will teach Sunday School lesson. 7:30 p. m. Fellowship Hour of prayer. 8:15 p. m. Chancel Choir Rehearsal. Mr. Henry Whitlow, Director. ' CHURCH OK CHRIST 5th and Grady Street 0, H, Painter, Minister Sunday 10 a, m. Bible School (or «11 ages. Preaching at 10:45 to 11:35 a,m, 11:45 a.m. Lord's* Supper 6:30 p.m, Young Peoples Class Preaching and Lord's supper at 7 to 8 p,m, Wednesday 7 p.m, Prayer Meeting You are welcome to afl services. OUR CHILDREN'S FUTURE DEMANDS ADEQUATE SCHOOLS i.' The Futyre of Arkansas lie? in her " * • ithoel? depends on the |2f N6flH Main §tf«8t ». w, 6i t-a«a r 8:4S a. ft. Sunday T. C. Crnnford, the Rndio Bible Class, oVef Radio SlatioH KXAtt 18 ft, ffl. Rev, W, C. La he! is ttie l<JS5hef. 11 a, in. Morhitlg WohshljJ Sermon by Ihp paslol-. A ti.it). Orchestra Meheafsal Christ's Ambassadors 7: SO p.m, Ev-angelistie Sai-mon by the pnstbf. fuSSelay fj;<50 P.M. Orches^a ftehearsal 7:30 p.m. Choir Rehearsal 7:30 p.m. Mid'Week Sefvlce Thursday 6:30 p.m. finy Scouts, Troop S2, Scottt Master S. ^. Berwick, ASst. Seoul M'asler, Albert llargls. CHUMCH 01* CMRitt Walnut Street 3. H. Tlptem, Minister Sunday "Let the Bible Sp««k" U:'lO a.m, 0M5 a. fn. Bible Clais lo:4D a, m, Morning Worship 6:30 o. m. Bible Gifts* 7:30 p. m, Evening WoMhip Wedneiday 7:30 p. m. Midweek Bible Can UNITY BAPTIST CHURCH Fifth and Seuth Mervty Pastor, Eld, Bill Moor* Sunday 6:25-8:55 a. m. Uhlty Gospel H6ur KXAR. . ' 9:45 a. m. Sunday- School Supt., Bro. Jesse McAdsm 11 a. m. Morning Worship 6:30 p. m. B. T. S. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH West Second and Pine Street Rev, Rufus Sorrells, Minister 9:45 a.m. Church School Albert Graves will teach the Century Bible Class. 10:53 a. m. Morning Service Anthem "When I Survey the Wondrous Cross" Homer Jones, soloist. Sermon "Apart With'Jesus." Sermon by the pastor. ' 5:30 p.m. Intermediate and Senior MYF 5:30 p.m. Wesley Club 7 p.m. Evening Worship Special music "Heartaches" by Chapel Choir. Sermon "The Christian .Brand" by 'Minister. Monday 3 p.m. Circle 1 of the WSCS will meet in the District Parsonage with Mrs. R. B. Moore, hostess. Circle 2 of the WSCS will meet in the home of Mrs. C. D. Lester with Mrs. L. L. Ball, co-hostess. Circle 3 of the WSCS will meet in the home of Mrs. O. W. Amos, Mrs, J, iD. Walker,. co-hostess, Circle 4 o'f WSCS will meet in the homo of Mrs. E. J; McCabe. 2 p.m. Circle 6 of the WSCS will moot in the home of -Mrs. L, B. Tooley with Mrs. E, J.'.Whitman,' program leader. 7' p.m, Meeting at the church of the members of. 'Finance Commission. _ : 7:30 p.m. The Official Board win meet in regular monthly session in the Jett B. Graves "Classroom. Tu e sday 7 p,m. Chapel Choir will meet at the church for practice,- .. 7:30 p, m, Chancel Choir will meet at the church for practice. Wednesday 7:30 p.m, The Commission on Education will meet in Jett B, Graves Classroom. Thursday 12:30 p.m. Members of WSCS y,'ill have a Pot-luck-luncheon at the church, This is the first session of the Mission study on -"North American Neighbors," FIRST PENTECOSTAL CHURCH Fourth and'Ferausen Bey. Uane, Pastor Herman EJledge' Supt, Sunday 9:45 a.m. Sunday School Herman Elledge, SuPt. H a.m. Morning Worship 11 n, m. Children Church 6;30 p.m, Pentepos^ or's. ' , Mrs. Herman Elledge President, 6:30 p,m, Junior Cpnqweror'i Servcie, M'rs, Paulas Hudson, President 6; 30 p. m- Children's |W»p ** Mrs. Lupille RQWP in PlWS e . 7:30 Evangelistic Servipe Special singjng, ' i p, m, Prayer Meeting Saturday 7:30 p, m. Evening T, MARK'S Rev, A, W?ksj;?r Hsntman Priest in Shargs ggnd Sunday Aflsr Trinity 4 p.m. Evening Pi'flj'er sn4 §er» irf to 8SIINQE ' § Phri?ti»n Spjence ro»raio0 it st , Bltn- > THE Suftday &;45 Sunday School 10:aO a. m. Morning Sermon by Bro. Wight. f p m. N. P. S and Junior tneetnig. 7:30 tSvehing Worship. Message by thn pastor. T'iSfi b. rm Midweek fiible Study. Lesson by Bro. Wight. 2:30 p.m. Prayer and Fasting at the church. 7 p m. frailblazers will Meet at the church with their leaders, ttev. Thomas Wight and Denton ttarvin L6N6KE BAPTIST dHUBCH Rev. James £. Goby, PaStbC 9-45 a.m. Church School Mrs, Ella Robinson, Superinten» dent, 11 a.m. Morning Worship 6:30 p.m. Bfti M'rs. Louise Yerger, Directress ?:30 p.m. Evening Worship Tuesday 5 p.m. Junior" Choir Rehearsal 7:30 p.m. Senior Choir Rehearsal Wednesday 6 p.m. Gospel Chorus Rehearsal 7:30 p.m. Mid Week Fellowship Service Saturday 4 p.m. Sunshine Band and Children's Chorus Rehearsal Mrs. James E. Coby, Directress BETHEL A'M.E. CHURCH Rev. J. S .Morgan, Pastor 9:45 a.m. Sunday School W. M. MWdrow, Superintendent 11 a.m, Morning Worship 6:30 p.m. A.C.E. League 7:30 p.m. Evening Worship Monday 7:30 p.m. Stewardess Board and Missionary Society 7:30 p.m. Official Board Meeting Tuesday 7:30 p.m. Choir Rehearsal BEBEE MEMORIAL C.M.E. Rev. C. S. Stearns, Pastor 9:30 a.m. Church School Mrs. Annie Bell Yerger, Supt 10:45 a.m. Morning Worship 6:30 p.m. Young People's Meeting, Mrs. Mattie Sanders, Counselor. 7:30 p.m. Evening Evangelistic Services Monday 8 p.m. Official Board Meeting 3 p.m. Missionary Circle No. 2 Tuesday 7:30 p.m. Usher Board Meeting 6 p.m. Missionary Circle/No. 1 7:30 p.m. Missionary Circle No. 3 Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting Thursday 7:30 p.m. Senior and Youth Choir Rehearsal Friday 7 p.m. Fellowship Supper (1st and 3rd) Saturday 3 p.m. Children's Choir Rehear, sal. MT. ZION C.M'E. CHURCH Rev. J. S. McFadden, Pastor 9:45 a.m. Sunday School J, L. Verge, Superintendent 11 a.m. Morning Worship 5 -p,m, Epworth League Mrs. Estella Smith, president 7;30 p.m. Evening Worship Monday 5 p.m. Missionary Society 5 p.m, Youth Choir Rehearsal 7;30 p.m, Official Board Meeting Tuesday 7;30 p.m, Senior Choir Rehearsal • Wednesday 3;30 p.m. Stewardess Board Meeting F,rid»y 7;30 p.m, Steward's Board Meeting DAVIS CHAPEL CHURCH Rev, H, A. Davis, Pastor "9f45 a, m, Sunday School Mrs, Odessa Campbell, Superin tendent. 11 a, m, First and third Sundays — Morning Worship, GARRETT CHAPEL BAPTIST Rev, F, R. Williams- Pastor p;45 a,rn, Sunday School L;, 0, Wyatt, Superintendent , ji a,m, Morning Worship (•1st and 3rd, Sundays) general Missionary Pay (§epqpd Sunday) Junipr ch.«reb Pay (Fourth Sunday) 6j3D p.m., 8TU *- Mrs, Georgia HjpHles", pjreetress } p,n> Gospel {tour Broadcast Judge Henley fa . Take Oath Friday LfTfLfi ROCM rAp">-J. Smith Ifenley. former Justice tfepStt- ment attorney and newly appointed judge for the Eastern 1 District of Arkansas, will be sworfi in at « eererhoriy here tomorrow. President Eisenhower gave Hen- lej., 41, 6f Marrigort, $n interim appointment. It is subject to St*rt» ate confirmation. Orady Miller, clerk of the U.S. Dtj'U-ict Court here, said Mehlsy be sworn ih by tf.S. District Judge John E. Miller of Vert Smith. Pulitzer Prize Winner Dies LOS ANGELES (AP) — Z-ie Akins, a playwright and poet who won the Pulitzer Priae for Drama in 193&. died Wednesday night after a threC'Waek illness. She Was 2. Among Miss Akins 1 successful plays were "The Greeks Had a Word for 1,1" "The Furies" and "Mrs. January and Mr. Ex," Her poems ncluded "The Hills Crow Smatl'cf.' She also wrote novels, one of which was "Forever Voting," Miss Akins Won the Pulitzer Prize for her dramatization of "The Old Maid," a story by Edith Wharton. CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST Elder L, C. .Washington, P.astor 10:30 a.m. Sunday School Mrs, Emma Lee Releford, Supt, 12 Morning Worship 7 p.m. Y.P.W.W. Mrs. Lillie Kimble, President 9 p.m; Evening Worship Tuesday 7 p.m. Prayer Service Friday 7 p.m. Prayer Service p,m< Missionary ?i*' c l e ^ Q < 1 1 p,m- Missionaj-y CJrpJe No. 2 7 p.m, Missionary Pjrpje No, ? 1 p,m. Missilery Pjrpje NO, 4 Tueiday 7;§9 P'M* eh°} Mid Wsefc Preysc fffeurfli WltPf State Acreage in Rice Decreased (At 3 )— Arkansas' rite acreage will be §98,855 acres lot 1950, a slight decrease ffdrrt this year's 390.014 acres. The figure was set by the Agriculture Department yesterday a« part of the national allotment of 1.652,596 acrss, the nilnlrnum flxeil by law. the I9o9 total is the same as the national allotments for tiir» past three years. Marketing quotes, if proclaimed, and price supports for the 19§9 rice crop \\Mll be announced shortly aft' et tfoV. 15. Allotments for other states itt» eluded Louisiana, 474,821 acres!! Mississippi, 46.1)56; Tennessee, 517, and Texas, 422,141 Laurel County Atty. dolemaft B. Mob-ertjr said Nltely «<ffhitt«! slay' fog tfie AfKaftSflS offiter altfef h-S .eft London. The bfficfats also Said Nidely ad- ftiitfefi • sltootiti* gfowfi Wfteri they qtiestiofied hifti at the, Little Rock hospital last week. No date has been set for the' Arkansas trial, the Kentucky off}* cials said wdfrahls for Nice!}' havf been sent to Arkansas Stale Police asking them to hold the youth for Kentucky officers i« c"ase he is released iH Arkansas. Indict Youth Charged in Officer's Slaying LONDON, tfy, (APi—A yeltth chnfged with slaying an Arkansas policeman Was indicted lor rrtuf* der and'armed robbery yesterday in the killing of a local caf sales* man, Kenneth D, Nicely, 19, was indicted by Laurel Circuit Collrt on charges stemming from the death of Tony Brown, 47. Brown's body was found near the city dump Sept. 22, two days after he was last seen at the company where he worked, Nicely Was arrester! at Kings' ville. Tex., Sept. 24. A policeman shot him through the neck in .the Texas town, contending Nicely drew a gun when he was stopped on a speeding charge. Nicely is. being held at Arkansas State Hospital, Arkansas off! cials have charged him with mur dcr in the slaying of Prescott, Ark., patrolman Ed Verden. Both Portland, Ofe, , and Li lite Mock, Ark., are kfttnvii as the "City of Roses"i > tOW.»IICI TV WITM IXCIUMVI MOfOftOlA OOIOIM «UA«ANTII Pull y«»r ia»ratttM ; on alt tubes and parts, ft ycaM o» Goldsn Tub* Ssntry Unit,. UM as iUteo spMkw. Fit*Miss! Cb»r. t, ewrwJ MM coal« Grained • Mahogany or Or«TB«« Blond, 'Mod* •I ami, MS V*M »AM EASY PAY T)RE STORE ' 214 E. 2nd. 'Hope, Ark. STOP Every freight train that enters Arkansas has to stop and add an «xfra brakeman who dots no work* . . - • When the freight train leaves the Arkansas border, the extra "law" brakeman gets off and the train continues. '• It is not right to force any employer to hire and pay men who do no work and are not needed. . ' '•'",/.,' REPEAL fULL OWEW WWS :', ; , VOTE FOR §§ INITIATED ACT NO. 1 " -' ' '-~' /m. Land • Furniture - Cattle - Hogs - Machinery - • , , — i - , — ^ — : — -— — • i . • — ' ••'- , - , ( s t • t • Due to the Death of Mr, Howard Lamb, Mr$. Lamb Is Deposing Of All Property ^ j- " 11/2 MILES NORTHEAST CFW^LDP, ARKANSAS MONDAY, NOV. 3, 1958 SALE STARTS 10 A, M, T t „ * ^ ' ( > Lunch Will Be Served 6 n Grounds MACHINIRY Ford, Tractor (New Cpnd,, 100Q Hewn) 14 Prfok Plow Py?h Hog P?9rb@rn Tondom Disk Sprayer HOUSEHOLD GOODS Ti V. Steve 2 CwlHygtors ftarlnq Teeth Harrow Pearbern Mswer (N§w Cenditienl Cstren Dwsters Chicken Breeders Wster Cseled Window Fan ' "fswf r Uwn M»wer$ Choin Sow 5J Trastsr Twilf r Well Ljyina Room Suite Pining Reem Suite China =-» Prvjffll — Lineni CATTUE& HOGS 10 Head ,Whiteffl«t 14 Cow» ( $ ome With 12 Sffsn lull . HOGS J«;*"iH 10 Breed Sew* te Farrew »n $tJI Mfl«jl sod 5hfi»fii * THIS IMPROVED FARM CONSISTING OF 170 ACRES, 7 ROOM

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