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m , H 6 P § § T A R , HO A ft K A M S A S Church Announcements UNITV lAPTISt PIHH and S6Uth Eld. SHI Mean *. m, U&lt? Hout- lOtAR, 9:45 a. M, Stifidftf Schddl supt., B>e, Jasse MeAdatu li a. m. Morhiiij? Wofihltt d:30 p. ftl, fi, t. 3. 3rd ahd Walk«p StrteU Path«f' Jdt«ph End*Mlfi«, Past of Mass nl 8 O'clock CHURCH 01* Walnut direct A. R. tlpttn, Mlnltt.r Sunday "Let The Bible Speak" KXAH 8!JO a.in. I 1 :-15 6. m. Bible Class 10:45 a. m. Ivtorning Worship 6!30 p. m. Bible Ola'st 11,35 p, m. Evening Worship Wedhesday 7:'30 p. m. 'Midweek Btbte Clisi FIRST PENTECOSTAL CHUftCH Fourth and Fergu»on -.fctreet* R*v. Lane, ftattor Herman Elledge Supt. Sunday • . , 9:45 a.m. Sunday School .Herman Elledge, Supt. 11 a.m. Morning Worship 11 a. m. Children Church 0130 'p.m. Pentecostal Conqueror's. Mrs. Herman Elledge President. 6:30 p.m.- Junior Conqueror's Scrvcle, M'rs. Pauline Hudson, President 6:30 p. m. Children'* group — jVIrs. Lucille Rowe In charge. ' "7:30 Evangelistic Service Special singing. Wednesday /.M. i 1 P- m - Prayer Meeting .. I f 7:30.p. m. Bible Teaching Saturday 7:30 p. m. Evening Worship Everyone invited to »ttend. A.'s. 7:30 p. m. Fellowship Hour of prayer. 0:45 p m Dr. McClahnhah Will leach Sunday School lessofl. Monthly fttisiness Meeting 8:15 "p. m. Chaneel Choir Re lintn-sal. Mr. Henry WhlllovV, Dii-' color. with; QOSt^EL v.lGHf Pentecostal Andres and Ave, C, Lflcy Rowe, Pa»tof 7:3o a.m. Radio Broadcast 6:45 a. m. Sunday School Clayborn Rowe, Supt. 11 a. m. Morning worship 1-30 p.m. Evening Worshlfc Sermon by Pastor Wednesday 4 p.m. Corner Club for Children 7;30 p.m. Prayer meeting and Bible Study. , CHRISTIAN SCIENCE Ave. B and North Elm Christian Science service* are held ench Sunday morning at 11 in v the ..new Woodmen of the World ^Building. On Corner -ot Ave. B, and North Elm. "Sunday School Hi ,D;30. f*> "•v: GARRETT MEMORIAL BAPTIST " 300 North F«rgu»cn St. Eld. A. 0. Livingston, Pa»t°r . Sunday 0 a.m. Rock of 'Aces Broadcast .over KXAR. 9:50 a,m. Sunday School Jewfel Still, Superintendent Hi a.m. Morning Worship. • Sermon by the pastor. • 0:30 p.m. Baptist Traning Union 7:30 p. m. Evening Worship Monday 2 p.m. Senicr W.M.A, Tuesday 7:30 p.m, Cora Mae Auxiliary Wednesday 7 p.m. Teachers Merting 7:45 p.m, Mldwt<ek"Sej-vlee and Praver M'pptinjr CHURCH OF THE ^AZARENE Rev, Thomas E. Wight South Elm Street Sunday 9; 45 Sunday School • .10:60 a, m, Morning warship ' Sermon .by Bro. Wight, 7 -p. m, N, P. S. and Junior ,. ineelnjg. 7:30 Evening Worship, Message l>y the pagtor, Wednesday ,-,- 7;SO p.- rn. Midweek Bible • Study, Lesson by Bro, Wight, . Thursday .' 2;3Q p,m. Pr-ayer -and Fasting at the churql), 7 p.m, Trajlbiaj'.ers will meet at the church with their lenders, Rev, Thomas Wjghj and Denton Harvin f*-- FIRST METHPPI8T CHURCH J -Wept Second -'und -Pint- Wr*et Mlnlttep . , -Wayne Russell wiH tench iho Century PiWe OJass, iO:S5 a, m, 'Morning Service 'germon "Jfow TP LJve UntH \Ve -nte". Minister- .,',5;8Q p.m, Int^nnedia^ and Sen- Jor MYF '•"6j30 p.m, Wesley C)ub ,7 p.m. Evening Worship SermQn 1( T^e Weasure of Life" 'Minister, - .Msnd-sy \??j?0 -p-ro. Uoion Service nt tho 9J)Uvoh for all Circles of the WSCS , / 7;?0 p : n\, Weslaypn Sprviee Guild JfPf ? Will meet In the "home pf Mrs, a.m, >pet jn the st ft? phur JP. ,P>. Wfp Group g People's mi S ?ion op hgJp wlU practice, Autar e? my m : FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 701 South Main St. Rev. L. T. Lawrence D. D. Minister Sunday 6:30 a. m. Coffee Hour for Men's Bible Class. 9:!iQ a.m. Sunday School . Classes for all ages. Mr. Grit Stuart, 'Jr. Supt. fl;SO a.m. Men's Bible Class. -The lesson will be taught by Judge James H. Pilkinton TheU Joplin, president Dr. J. W. Branch, pianist S:fiO a.m. Women's Bibl-j Class The lesson will be tai\ght by Mrs. Jim McKenzie President, Mrs. Tom Cornpton Pianist, Mrs. Arthur Wimmell 10:55 a.m. Morning Worship Dedication Sunday Special music Quintette "My Heart Ever Faithful" by Tena Pilkinton, Guorgannc Lowe, Jo Carolyn Lewis, Lolly Prather, and Suxanne Booth. The 'Minister will speak briefly on "Where Your Treasure Is" He will turn the service over to the Deacons with Franklin McLurty in charge. 5 p.m. Vesper Service Special music "Wonderful Words of Life" Junior Choir. 'Sermon "On The Threshold." ti p.m. PYF will meet ;.for supper Larry Lawrence will lead the 'Pioneer Group. Suzanne Booth will lead the Senior Group Monday 7 p.m. Adult Choir Practice 7:30 Circle 4 will meet at the home of Mrs, T. •£. Hays. Tuesday 10 a.m. Circle 1 will meet at (he home of Mrs. W. K. Lemley. 10 a.m. Circle 2 will meet at the home of Mrs. John-Lowe. Circle 3 will meet at the church in Fellowship Hal) with M'rs, Dlin Lewis and Mrs': Neil Crank as hostesses. Wednesday The Juniors will meet at the Church from .1:30 to 0:30 p.m. for Saturday 10 a.m. Junior Choir Praetice ST. MARK'S E,PISCOPAU Rev. A. Webster Horstman Priest In Charge 23rd Sunday After Trinity 4 p.m. Holy Communion and Sermon. Presentation of Pledge Card? Mooting of the Executive Committee. HOPE GOSPEI- TABERNACLE, 321 North Main Str e et Rev, W, C, Land, P.astor Sunday 9:45 a,m, Sunday School, T. C. Cranfofd, Superintendent The Radio Bible CJass, broadcast over Radio Station KXAR 10 a, m Rev. W, C, Land is the teacher. 11 a. m, Morning Worship Sermon by the pastor, 4 p.m. Orchestra Rehearsal 6:30 p, m. Junior and Senior Christ's' Ambassadors . 7;30 p.m, Evangelistic Service by (he pastor, 8;30 p.m. Orchestra Rehearsal 7:30 p.m, Choir Rehearsal 7:3p P."">- Mid-Week Service Thursday (J:30 p, m. Boy Scouts, Troop 92, Scout Master S, Z, Bgrwipk, Spout Master, Albej-i liargis, SOUTH 51 PE Priy« 6fne« Paster Rfy, §, jp Saturday 6:30 p.m, Bible Club Meets 8t home of Pugppe fej-gyson, AH members are a«ked tP vafid \\w 4th Cliaptej- p^ panipl. Swnfey §?rvjsfs; 9;^5 j.rn. Sunday School H a.m. M«vnii\l WwsWp. ^r 5 jj-ipn ^y the P^sior, 5 p.m. Q}-ph,9sU-a 71 39 p,n), mnon ty? On PJ^tW Tueiiiay > Q:45 p.m, Pfch.9s.tra 7:3Q Friday gwwness 19 I BV fiifel* §£fe^ tor ( - sr invited In attend. 9:45 a.m. Church School classes for all ages. ;lb:50 ft.ffi. Morning Worship, The Choir will -prt'Senl I wo nnlhems "VVHispeHftg Mopf" and "In The Cross df Christ." The- pMslnr will Conclude his series of sermons on the Lord's Prayor with n snrmon entitled "Deliver Us From Kvil." A fellowship dinner will follow the Worship Sl-rVicr anrl will b<» held itt fellowship hnll. Meal will be furhished. Vou are askrd to bring Vegetables, snlnrls. rlesserts ^- enough for your family plus one. 'tiiylte your friends; CYP nnd Vesper sei-Vire will both bd cflflcellpd for this Sunday only. CHURCH Rev. James E. Coby, Pastor | j)!>46 a.m. Church School j Mrs. Ella Robinson, Superlnteti-. dent, : 11 a.m. Morning Worship : 6:30 p.m. BTU I Mrs. Louise Yerger. Directress ; 7i30 p.m. Evening Worship Tuetday .6 p.m, Junior Choir Rehearsal 7180 p.m. Senior Choir Rehearsal' Wednesday 6 p.m, Gospel Chorus Rehearsal ! '7130 p.m. M'id Week Fellowship Service Saturday , •;4 tp.m. Sunshine Band and Chil I dreh's Chorus Rehearsal j Mrs. James E, Coby, Directress j » 195§ RADICAL RADiSH—fiKiiS yitlhg German girl gazes in awe at a monstrous red radish grown by Joseph Schabert oh a farm near Hamburg. The radish Was the product of 28 years ot experimentation, BETHEL A-M.E. CHURCH Rey.'J.iS .Morgan, Pastor 5:45 a.m. Sunday School W. M. M'uldrow, 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 RehearsaJ BEBEE MEMORIAL C.M.E. ;Rev. C. S. Stearns, P.istor 9:30 a.m. Church School Mrs, Annie Bell Verger, Supt 10:45 a.m. Mor^'ig 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 \yednesday 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 Friday 7;30 p.m. Steward's Board VERY SMOOTH—H would seem that Australia's ace miler Herb Elliott can't be hothefecl combing his own hair, preferring the smoothing touch of Jean Frascr, at list and hair dresser. Actually, Miss Fraser is combing the hair of a wax dummy of Elliott in Madame Tussalid's Waxworks in London, England." FLYING ROAD MAP—A nonelectronic navigation aid,,built , by Benclix-Decca and'now being tested in,the Now York area, may help solve the traffic problem on congested airways and also be a boon to pilots in poor visibility conditions. In the ' system, a pictorial map, shown above mounted in a helicopter, ! unreels during flight while an automatic stylus keeps constant ; track of the aircraft's position. In-this case, the stylus (left ; center on map) shows the-helicopter to,be hovering over the I East River, opposite the lower end of Manhattan. _ j U, S, Foreign Policy to Be Eyed by World §y im A§§eeiATgB PRESS .....s around the \vorld lodajr pUl U.S. foreign policy Ufi« del the .microscope .ih the light of the Democratic Victory in Tiles'* day's &!eetioti. Some took the view that the n& ptlblidan party Wfis defeated" bn lh& isslie of foreign poliey, 'Othef professed t osee H6 chaHge in for» cigrt policy resulting from the election". Berlin's newspapers—both East a«d West—said the U.S. voter lost confidence In the Eisenhower ad» mifilstfatlon. ' West fidrliti papers Satcl the rea» sons for the Kepublieaft ctefe.it were! The recession, the Sherman Adams case, and diplomatic set' backs- abroad, especially on the QUemoy question, In East Berlin, the Communist party organ Meues Beutschland said the election' -"proved the 'American public is tired of wh.lt it called Secretary of States tJiillew' policy'of "bhlahcihg on the brink of .War." It denounced both Dcmcv cuftts and Republicans. . savin* that eveh though' the .Democrat? hkvc -won there AvHl ,be 'no red) change in foreign .policy. ' ' •In .President -'NasSdr^s -United Arab'. Republic province ''of, Syria, Damascus, papers,,.raid, the vote would"bring,no .'radical changes In U.S. »forei£Cn'< policy j n ,th e Middle- East, ' * ', . In the Far,East, the Chinese Na' tlonalists 'papers :ln .Taipei agreed there -'would,bo-no drastic change in Washington;s Formosa policy. 'Peiping" radio, broadcasting Red China's reaction, said "the great defeat of the Republican party has reflected the serious failure and' crisis of the U;S, foreign and domestic policies" but saw no major chanees -in-'foreign policv. Jn Japan, the .newspaper Ninon Kglzai said ' the ' Democratic victory "may have' been due to uneasiness' zmong \the U.S. peowlo asainst; Dulles, policies in the Middle EastJ, 1 Formor.a, the- racial in- to'gratioh issue, decline in Eisenhower's leadership, the • Sherman Adams •'case' 1 and unemployment." Quorum Court- Can't Drop School Millage ' LITTLE",ROCK..(AP,), — county quorum"-coui'ts'vcan''<not ' 'lower school millage ta T x rates', approved by voters' in "school t elections, -the attorney 'general's- office) ruled' today, / ,• ..The" r opinion,, written''by. Assist- aofcs/Atty, ".Gen. Roy Finch Jr., went: to -W. -H, 'White 1 , superintendent , of) schools at JFny.etteville. "The , county quorum-,court is withbut-.authority to'lower or raise, millage- f rotes -approved by vol- c.rs," the opinion'said. •Finch quoted from .a .recent 'Arkansas Supreme ppurt decision in a Benton County,case which'said the duty of .th'o, auoriim court in levying 1 ,taxes was > merely* administrative. »''•'•;'•.' i,'i Scientists te ga Up in Balloon QREAf LAMES, lit. (AP"> — A ,,Svy ballooH carrying two seiem lists will be launched SUrtday near Sftpid City, S,H, iii aii effort In learfi Whether ihei-e is enough water on the planet Mars to support plant life. ' The Navy said Wednesday ^.iidr. Maieolffl D, Boss of the Office of Naval fteseai-ch and Prof, ioM' Strong of John Hop* kins University hope to fide the balloon to Bq.flor) feel after it is launched, at 3 p.m. •Usihg a Id'ineh telescoBe, the balloonlsts hope to get a much sharper view of Mars than is pos* sible from the earth's surface, They will be ttbovc much of the atmosphere and its watci' vapor. If the launching is successful, the scientists' will ride the sealed gondolft'carryifig balloon to earth in the Chicago aiea sometime Monday. The OSage Indians vacated the area within the limits of present Arkansas in 1808. Legal Notice No. 8130 in the Chancery Court of Hempstead County,' Ark. W. B. HOLLlDAY Plaintiff - .VS. ~: .. ' ' ; SONNY ;BOY KEMP and LESSIE D. PALMER, et al., Defendant WARMING ORDER The defendants, SONNY BOY KEMP and LESSIE D. PALMER, et al,> are warned to appear in this court within thirty days and answer the complaint of the Plaintiff, W. B. HOLLlDAY. Witness my hand and the seal of said court this 5th day of November, 1958. CLARA BYERS, Clerk. By KATHERINE B. LAUTERBACH, D. C. (SEAL) Nov. 7, 14, 21, 28, 1958 Construction Controcts Dip JfE'W YOfiR (Ap>-- stritelion contract awards repor 69 ih the h-eek ended Monday d6 to fe§21.470.000 frofn |27l 924.000 the previous xveek. ja«iisi- f » heerlfig News-Record and Con If striiction Daily said today. A year ago awards totaled $141,' 611,000 fdr the Icoi-respondm^ Week. The current week's total wn» made .-up of £?3,D81,OdO in .private eohStrUdtibil and 9147,509,000 in public- eoristnicUofi this' brought, Volume for the 4ft Weeks of 1958 to $2tf.922i456,006, (j pet 4 cent highei' thth last Veal-'s bacd. _, 4 Legal Notice Legal Notice NOTICE IN THE PROBATE,COURT OF ' HEMPSTEAD COUNTY, ARKANSAS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF IRENE E. ALLEN, deceased Last known address of "decedent;. Hope, Arkansas. Date of death: October 28, 1957 An instrument dated September 11,., 1945, was on the 27lh day of September, 1958, admitted to probate as the last will of the abovej nairied decedent, and the under-' signed has been appointed executor thereunder, A contest of the pro- pate of the will can be effected only by filing a petition within the time provided by law. All^ersons having claims against the .estate must exhibit them, duly verified, to the unde'rsighed.,within six'months from .the date of ,the first publication of this> notice, or they shall be forever barred and precluded from any benefit in the estate. This notice first published 7th day of November, 1958. NORMAN WHITE ALLEN Executor , Route #4, Hope, Arkansas Nov, 7, 14, 1958. NOTICE IN THE PROBATE COURT OP HEMPSTEAb eoUNTY, ARKANSAS IN THE MAW12R OF THE ESTATE OF •No, 1209 GEORGIA WfTHERSPOON, de ceased Last known address of decedent:/{ Columbus, Arkansas. Date of death: September 22, 1958. The undersigned was appointed administrator of the estate of the above-named decedent on the 27th day of September, 1958. All persons having claims against the -estate must ehixbit them, duly verified, to the undersigned within six months from the date of the first publication of this notice, or they shall be forever barred and precluded from any benefit in thcjjj estate, •This notice first published 7th .•day of November, 1938. JIM WITHERSPOON Administrator Columbus, Arkansas Nov. 7, 14, 1958. Legal Notice IN -THE HEMPSTEAD CHANCERY COURT GEORGIA MCELVENE, ET AL J PLAINTIFFS vs. VERLEY POWELL, ET AL DEFENDANTS WARNING ORDER The defendants, Blanche McEl- •v'ene, Robert McElvene and Mrs. .Robert-' McElvene, his .wife, .Lawrence Powell, Florence Williams, Lummie Carringlon, Eddy Taylor ana Trudy Taylor, his wife, Odis H, Taylor and Martha Taylor, hip* wife, Cleotha Taylor. Robert Tayloi^ and Annie Taylor, his wife, J, T. Taylor, Charline B. Mclntosh, Emma Lee Lemons, Grace Marie Jones, Florence Delony, Teresa Cooper Monroe, Lillie McDole, the unknown heirs of Blanche McEl- vene, deceased, the unknown, heirs of S. L, (Sam) MeElvene, deceased, the unknown heirs of Henry McEl- vene, deceased,-and the., unknown h,eirs , of , Lueious McElvene ; de- 'c'eased, and each'of them',- arejhere.j by warned^ to, appear in. this 'courtr Within thirty days hereafter and answer the complaint of the plaintiffs herein. WITNESS'My hand and the seal of said court on this 16lh day of October, 1958, CLARA BYERS, Clerk By KATHERINE B, LAUTERBACH, D, C,. Oct. 17, 24., -31, Nov. 7, 1958 PAVIS CHAPEL CHURCH Rev, H. A, Pavis, Pastor 9:45 a, m. Sunday School Mrs, Odessa Campbell, Superintendent, 11 ». m. First and third Sundays —Morning Worship, GARR5TT CHAPEL PAPTIST R«v, F. R, Williams, Pastor 9:45 a.m, Sunday School L, C. Wyatt, Superintendent ,11 a,m. Morning Worship (1st and 3rd Sundays) General Missionary Day (Second Sunday) Junior Church Day (Fourth Sunday) — Mrs, Georgia Ruling to Be made on Homemade Ballots HAMBURG, Ark. (AP)— A hearing will be held here Saturday to' determine whether the Ashley County Board of Election Commis! sionei's must certify results of an 1 ejection at West Crossett held with I homemade ballots, * ,. '•* i Residents of the tpwn voted 55-32 ' in the election Tuesday to permit j the sale of beer for consumption oif the premises where. 1 ' it was sold. They also elected a slate p£ municipal officials, •, Furniture store cjerk Darby Ciirtpr, elected mayoji in'the bsl» loting, filed suit in AshJey Circuit j Court yesterday seeking to fprce j the election officials to certify 4ho, vote, ' , 1 p.m. Gospel Hour Broadcast 4:30 p,m, Missionary Circle No. 1 7 pan- Missionary Circle No, 2 7 p,m- Missionary Circle No, 3 7 p.mi, Missionary Circle No, 4 Tuosdsy 7i?9 p.m. Chpjr Rehearsal 7-jSP J?.m. MJ4 Week Prayer Ser | Faubws Against j Abolishing Schools, | LITTLE ROCK (A,P>—Gay.'"Or. ! val E. Faupus yesterday promised. j strong opposition to ,'pny move" l?y ; the Legislature to flbolish Ujp j state's public school sysjern." 1 There has been ta,}l$ of su,ph. 'ti move as B Jjist-vpSQrt gffejj, |o prf« OF age f far Q 4 W, Bfnnl5i Pastor §;45 a,m- Sunday Sphool rs- BJJ-vtlp ^iphardson, S«pt. 11:39 a.f-r Movnin>§ Wovsnip ,§!§S p 4 n lt y.TW.W, f8. !?lB!'a MuWi'QW, Supervisor .-?ij?P jp.pv Jyenjng Worship §ery)ce ( Bui. the governor gaid. jh ( clo everything l\e could ,t< such action if it esime -up. "I fed certain lj;at 3 \\ af „„ be found to return cQiitroJ o/ U)C school system to (he'pVopJe yfiJi out disrupting the school sys(9fjii" he val E Faubu? *J 0 y. Nov. ?8, trocutipn gf pun Lu«i?f BfiUpy \yas 01 9 \viute in 1050. , y sgj r ' * T m JS n «P M_^ff- •& -a-i*' . ^ilfjwasj «f sentcncj?, M ff - J m -^-% ferf^i-'iwi' 1 ; I? 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