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lit HOP! STAR, HOPt, ARKANSAS Friday, Bettmfar 12,19SI «5 ^-^. ... T.-«.-«« —.-^..»_.,«..-.,. . ... >, ,***~^ Church Announcements eHURCH Qt THE NA2ARfeN§ R"6v. thoifias E. Wight louih eihi Street Suhdsy fl:45 Sunday School 10.,"iO a. m. Morhing worship (Message by Bro. Wight. *? p.m. N.Y.P.S. Program with president, Mrs. Freddie 9tackier ill charge. 7| |lm. Junior |frngrnm with lender, Mrs Loo Wood m chnrgc. 7:30 Evening Worship. Messnge toy the pastor. Wednesday 7:30 p. m. . Midweek Bible Sllidy. Lesson by l3ro. Wight. Thursday 2 p.m. I'niyer olid l-'usliiTg at the church. Saturday 10 n.m. Trnllbln/.cr Buys will meet nl the church for their regular meeting. Pleiise note change. 1 of time. We have an extension class at the Hope Nursing Home each Sunday afternoon at 3 p.m. The Dnvis family furnishes the music find iRev, Wi^ht brings the li'sson. CATHOLIC CHURCH 3rd and Walker Streets Father Joseph Enderline, Pastor Mass at 8 o'clock. ST, MARK'S EPISCOPAL Rev. A. Webster Horstman Priest In Charge 3rd Sunday In Aovent •1 p.m. Holy Communion jnd Sor man. Met'tiiiy of (.lie Exccutivt 1 Committee. GOSPEL V.IGHT HOUSE Pentecostal FalUi Andres and Ave. C. Lacy Rovve, Pastor 7:.)0 a.m. Radio Broadcast y:i5 a. m. Sunday School CJayborn Rowc, 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. HOPE GOSPEL TABERNACLE. 321 North Main Street Rev. W. C. Land, P.astor Sunday 9:45 a.m. Sunday School. T. C. Cranford, Superintendent The Radio Bible Class, broadcast over Radio Station KXAR 10 a. m. Rev. W, C. Land Is the teacher. 11 a, m. Morning Worship Services at the Tabernacle this Sunday will ibe highlighted by the presence of sick and shut-in folks attending the morning services and special '.prayer will toe offered toy the pastor for those who are sick. Any, shut-in desiring to attend should call the church office for free ••'transportation. All the an embers of the Extension 'Department a re : -bcing contacted so that they may worship with the congregation during ihe Christmas season. 4 p.m. Orchestra Rehearsal 6:30 p. m. Junior and Senioi Christ's Ambassadors ' 7:30 p.m. Evangelistic Service Sunday evening service will feature the ministry of Miss Gladys IMynck, Missionary Appointee who expects to arrive in 'El Salvador toy the middle ot February where sho will teach in the Assemblies ol God Bible School at Santa Anna, She is a minister with the North Texas Dislnct of the Assemblies pf God Chinch She will speak at 7;30 p.m Tuesday G:15 p.m, Orchestra Rehearsal 7:30 p.m. Choir Rehearsal Wednesday 7;30 p.m. Prayer Meeting Thursday v 6:30 p,m, Boy Scouts, Tioop 92, SOUTH SIDE ASSEMBLY South Fulton and Park Prlve ' * Rev, S, Joseph Geno, Pastor Saturday > 7:00 p.m. Bible Club meets at the residence of Eugene Ferguson on 1 Melrose Lane. All cluto mem- toers read Danul, Chapter 9, After • ^he meeting, a film will toe shown. Sunday Services; 9;45 3.111. Sunday School i Carl $vans Supt. 11 a.ntj, Morning Worship. Sermon by the Pastor, , 5 p.ni. Oicheslra Rehearsal - 0:30 p.m.Young Peqple Service, ' IMjss Kay High/ill, President. 7:30 p.m. Evangelistic Spiyipe by the pastor y ,p;4? p.m, Orchestra Rehearsal Wegns?day 7:30 p.m. Mid Week. Service FIRST PENTECOSTAL CHURQH Fourth find Ferguson Street* Rev, Lane, p.astor flprman Eiledge Supt. Sunday 9:45 a.m.. Sunday SphooJ Herman JSUcctge, Supt. U 3,m, joining Worship U a, m.. pnjidren Church 9:30 p.m, jppn,tccQs(a] ppnquer* or's. Mrs, He«na« Elledg? Prps}q|ent. 6:30 p.ni, Juriiar Conqueror's Servcic, JiJ'rs. Pauline Hudson, resi(jonf 6:?Q p, m, Children's group -^ Mrs, Lupjije Rowe in cjjargp, 7:30 gyansPlisUe geryipe 1 p. m. Prayjer;,. ~ " ft ffl> SiM? fs 3 •-.' 7*39 P«nv Prayer Meeting $,& Main Sts, Every Pay PResBVfiER'lAN CHUBGH 701 Souih Main SI. Rtv, L. t. LflWfeHee B, D. Minister Sunday 8:30 a. rh. Coffee Hour for Men's Bible Class. 9:50 ii.m. Sunday School Classes lor all ages. Mr, CHI Stuart, Jr. Supl. 0:50 a.m. Men's Bible Class. The lesson will be taught by Judge Jnmes Plikinlon. 8:50 a.m. Women's Bible Class i The lesson will be taught by Mrs, Jim McKenzic. Mrs. Tom Campion, president Mrs. Arthur Wimniell, pianist TheU Joplin, President iDr. J. W. Brunch, Pianist !0:.~>5 a.m. .Morning Worship Anthem "Come, Like the -Shepherds," Georgannc iLowc, Soloisl. Sornioti "Included in Christmas" Annual Christinas Candle Liighl .sc-rvicc, intcler the direction of IMrs. Jolin P. Matley. Featuring UK- Young Peoples Choir. (Mrs. H. L. Gosnell, director al 5 p.m. G p.m. PYK will meet for supper Vincent Koslur will lead the i j lo- nci-r Group — Senior group will Jiiive an open discussion. Mondny 7 p.m. Adult Choir Practice 8 p.m. Christinas puiiy tor both the Junior and Senior Choirs Wednesday The Juniors will meet at the Church from -):.'JO to G;30 p.m. 1:30 p.m. Board of Deacons meet in Senior Room. Saturday 10 a.m. Junior Choir Practice PMRSf MtTHflBlit CHUflCH FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH William Ellis Harris, Pastor Luther Hollamon, Organist Malcolm Porterfield, Church School Superintendent Si'15 a.m. Church School wilh classes for all ages. 10:50 a.m. Morning Worship, The choir will sing two anthems, "Is This The Way to -Bethlehem" •and "Shino, O Wonderful Star" The sermon will 'follow the theme of -Universal Bi'blc Sunday and is entitled "The- Book of .Hope." 5 p.m. The choir will lead in a service of carols and candlelight- ing in which the entire congregation will participate. Jim Cifly will ibe guest reader. The public is invited. 6 p.m. Christian Youth Fellowship. CHURCH OF CHRIST Walnut Street S. R. Tlpton/ MlnliUr Sunday "Let The Bible Speak" KXAB 8:15 a.m. 9:45 a, m, Bible Class 10:45 a. m. Morning Worship G p.m. Bible Class 7:30 p, m. Evening Worship Wednesday 7 p.m. 'Micl Week Bi'blc Class UNITY BAPTIST CHURCH Fifth and South Hervey Pastor, Eld. Bill Moor* Sunday 8:25-8:55 a. m. Unity Gospel Hour KXAR, 9:45 a. m, Sunday School Supt., Bro, Jesse McAdara 11 a. m. Morning Worship 6:30 p, m, B, T. S, GARRETT MEMORIAL BAPTIST 300 North Ferguson St, Eld, A. D, Livingston, Pastop Sunday 9 a,in, Rock of Ages Broadcast over KXAR, 9:50 a.m. Sunday School Jewel Still, Superintendent 11 a.m Morning Worship, Sermon by (ho pastor. 6; 30 p.m. Baptist Trailing Union 7:30 p, m, .Evening Worship Monday • 2 p.m. Senior W-M.A. Tuesday 7;30 p.m. Cora Mae Auxiliary W e flnesday 7 p.ii), Teachers Meeting 7;45 p,m, Midweek Scrvipe and Prpyer Meeting, Srant Patter Highway $,m,. Sunday gehool Chailps s%n<|Uerj gupenptendent |1 sj.m, J^forning Worship Seivic? Sermon by fjijy, J, p. powpf ;' p.in. pvem'n.g Service fi*y, Hufui lorfslii, MifliiUf fi;45 a.m. Chufeh Sehfloi Gits Slack/wood will be guesl lonelier al the 'Fidelis S. S. Glass 10: 55 a. Hi. MotMhg SfifViee Anthem "Glory to God th the Jlife'hcsl." Sermon "Why Christ Came', by Minister. 6; 30 p.m. Wesley Club 6:30 p.m. intermediate ftnd Sell' lot MYir 7 p.m. Evening Worship Christmas pageant under the direC' lion of Mrs. Garland Medders, Mrs. JK. It. 'Brown, accompanist. By members of Wesley Choir Monday 7:;i(J p.m. Circle No. 5 will ftleel In the hoine of iMrs. Kenneth Will Mrs. Sam Muckiibee, Mrs. Deatl iParsons and Mrs. James Burke will be co-hostesses. Wednesday 7 p.m. Chapel Choir will meet at tin; church iur practice. 7:3U p. m. Uhancel Choir will meet at the church for practice. GARRETT CHAPEL BAPTIST Hiiv. ?> Ft. Williams, Pastor U;4o a.m. Sunday School L. L. Wyait, Superintendent II u.m. Morning Worslup list a/icJ 3rd buncluys; General Missionary Uay (.outoiiu bunuay; Junior cnurch IJay U'uurth Sunday> 0:J(J p.m. UTu — Mrs. Georgia Hicuiub, LUreetress J p.m. Gospel Hour Broadcast Monday 4:3U p.m. Missionary Circle No. 1 7 p.m. Missionary Circle No. 2 7 p.m. Missionary Circle No. b 7 ii.in, iUiiaionary Circle No, * 1 iiesUay 7:3U p.m. Choir Rehearsal Wednesday 7:au p.in, Mid Week Prayer Ser V1CU Worker's Council it'nauyt FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH jonn H. McClanahan, P.a»tor H'-'nry Whitlow, Minister of music bunuay U:3U a.m. Sunday School • Hubert Thrash bupt, 10:55 a.m. Morning Worship Sermon by the pasior, 2 p.m. Chancel Choir called Rehearsal 4:4a p.m. Youth Choir followed by supper 5 p. m. Baptist Hour - KXAR o:au p.m. Training Union Leon Davis, .Director 7:45 Evening Worship Sermon by the pastor. Monday 6:30 p.m. Brotherhood Supper Rev. Jim Conard, Chaplain Arkansas State Hospital, Benton will be guest speaker. 8 p.m. Deacons Mooting Tuesday (5:30 p.m. YWA Wednesday (3:yo p. m. G. A. Sunbeams, R. A.'s. 6;45 p.m. Monthly Officers and Teachers council. 7:30 p. m. Fellowship Hour of prayer. 8:15 p. in. Chancel Choir Re- he.irbal. Mr. Henry Whitlow, Director. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE Ave. B «nd North Elm Christian Science services are tic Id each Sunday morning at 11 In ihe new Woodmen ot the World Building. On Corner of Ave, B, and North Elm, Sunday School at «:30. RISING STAR MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH 700 Oak Street — Hope Mrs, Lula Piggee, Church Clerk Rev, M. S, Riley, Minlst«r 9;45 a.m. Sunday School W a.m. Morning Worship 6 p.m. BTU JJour 7:30 p.m, Evening Worship Monday 2:30 p.m. General Mission 7:30 p.m, Youth Choir Practice 7;30 p.m. Brotherhood Chip Tuesday 7:30 P m, Ushers Board Meeting (Second and Fourth Tuesday) 7:30 p.m, Deaconess and Trustee Ladies (First and Third Tues.) Wednesday 7 p.m. Mid'Weok Praypr Meeting 7;80 p.m, Church, School Teachers Thursday 7s30 p.m. Senior Choir Practice 7;30 p.m. Mother Board Mpetins (Second wncj Fouth Thursday) Friday 7;30 p.m. Gospel Chords Pr«ic» Use (First and. Third Frdiay) Criiton $pps, C|H)("9h T/re-SSW'?}' Ji, L,. Washington. Finance Clerk Rey, c, §, s,$e 3r ni, Past' jusQ ^.m, GJhwrsh s?iu>ol Irs. Annie Roll VeFgWi §\i lQj45 5 8 ni< ftjQi'«'o8 Woys; ing', Mi'i, MaW? §a»^er?» spJpr. 7s30 p.m. Bvs Spryjces ' M? n sf3y 13 p.m. QUislal Rosir4 ^s?t in l 3 p.m. Jiii?fi9iw Wrsis J{P. 2 7:39 P.m. Wsljer - m, M ' i p.nv Jnjiii, 7;jiQ p,»v Prayep Prnttlicali nnl-loo*cosll> (fifts foi the kitchen-loving liomcnuker arc pictured, >tho\ e. Among tlieni! .slainless steel cunlster set. dish towels, Imported brciid-choescboui'di cruets, casserole* buwls, iiluulic driuk-nuxcr uiid stainless titcel scuops. Prescof f News Bob Rash Rotary Speaker The (Rotary Club held a regular noon luncheon meeting at -Broadway Hotel Tuesday with 37 niem- 'bers and guests present. •Ally. R. P. Hamby was program chairman. J-Ie introduced his 'guest speaker 'Bob Rash, representative off the Social Security Board of Tcxarkana. He explained • the. amendment's to the laws effecting those now receiving 'benefits and the increase of albout 7 per" oont on and after Jan. 1, 1959. Horace Cabe, Smith K. Garrett and Grady .England, Gurdpn, were j list Church met on Monday afternoon in the home of iMrs. J. C. Mines with 13 members present. The chairman, Mrs. J-f. W. But- Icr, called the meeting .to o.rder. The devotional on "The' Greatest Gift of All.' was given iby Mrs. Clifford Johnson. Mrs. R. W, Burkett led in prayer. Ihe study on "Into A New World" was conduci- ed by Mrs. Han-ell Htnes. The hostess served a dessert course during the social hour. • visiting Rotarians. I WMU Circle 1 Meets With Mrs, J. C. Mines: Circle 1 'WMU of the First Bap- CHURCH OF GOD Elder 0. N. Dennis, Pastor 9:45 a.m. Sunday School Mrs. M'yrtle Richardson, Supt. 11:30 a.m. Morning Worship 6:30 p.m. Y.P.W.W. Mrs. Clara Muldrow, Supervisor 7:30 p.m. Evening Worship Monday 7:30 p.m. Home & Foreign Mission Meeting Tuesday 7:30 p.m, Prayer Service Wednesday G p.m. Junior Church Thursday 7 p.m. Bible Band Friday 7:30 p.m. Pastor's Aid Board Meeting CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST Elder L, C. Washington, Pastor 7 p,m, Prayer Service 10:30 a,m, Sunday School Mrs, Emma Lee Relcford, Supt. 12 Morning Worship 7 p.m. Y.P.W.W. i Mrs, Lillie Kimblc, President 9 p.m, Evening Worship Tuesday Friday 7 p,m, Prayer Service MT, ZION C.M'E, CHURCH Rey, j, S, MoFadden, Pastor 9:45 a.m. Sunday School J, L. Verge, Superintendent 11 a.jn. Morning Worship 5 p,m, Epworth League Mf-s, Estclla Smith, president 7:30 p.m, Evening Worship Monday 5 p.m. Missionary Society 5 p,m. Youth Choir Rehearsal 7;30 p.rq. Official Board Meeting Tuesday 7:30 p,m, Scnjor Choir Rehear? sal i Wednesday 3;3Q p.m. Stewardess Board Meeting Friday 7;30 p.m. Steward's Bosfd Meeting Rey, , CHURCH a,m ( Sunday School W, M. JVlXtldrow, Superintendent , 11 a.jr», Morning Worship 0S30 p.m: A.C.E, League 7; 89 P.m, KYpning Worship Mendsiy 7;30 jj.jn. Stewardess Board an4 Missionary gosipt/ p.m. Women of Presbyterian Church Have General Meeting Monday The 'Women of the Prc'j>bytori:in Church "met on Monday .afternoon ;it the church for tha last general neeting ol' the church year. M'rs. C. H. Mooro, president, opened the meeting with scripture readings and led in prayer. 'During .the 'business se.-;;jon nnnuh.'. reports of officers ;md committee thair.men were given. It was announced thai the Women of the Church have a new ward, Jerry Cash, aj.je.1 9 of the Vera Lloyd Presbyterian Home at Monticcllo. Mrs. Carl Dalrymple presented the .program on the theme "The: Church and Christ's Victory" closing with prayer The following offieovs and committee chairmen were instrilled in an impressive ceremony by Rev. J. H, Robertson: President, Mrs. Carl Dalrymple; seciciaiy, Mrs. Allen G(_e; historian, Mrs Sam 'Logan; Christian education, Mrs. J, H. .Robertson; spiritual growth 'Mrs. C. H. Moore; general fund agencies, Mrs, D. L. McRae Sr. church extension, Mrs. Vornon Buchanan; annuities and relief, Mrs. Vernon Fore. It was announced thai circle chairman for Ihe year are Mrs. Tom Beinis, .Mrs. D. L. McRae Jr. and M'rs. Floyd Hutobard. Social chairmen are Mrs. Rotobie Wilson, 'Mrs. J. H. Robertson, Mrs. Carl Dalrymple, Mrs. Jim Nelson, IMrs. Al Daniel, Mrs. Dudley Rouse and 'Mrs. Jack W. Davis. Mrs. Bemis and Mrs. McRae drew 'the names of Ihe members for their circles. The meeting ad- ijpurned with prayer by Mrs. Moore. Rules Assessor Con Pick Own Deputies LlffLfi KoCR (Af)^A taJt assessor has sole authority to select His deputies if the county judge allows him extra help, the attorney general's offict rilled ye.?- She and program for the afternooh. read the Christmas story tpoke Jon "Efefywhere, where Christmas" giving the history of Christmas cards. Christ' mas carols were sung by the group. Following the meeling a tea was held. The lable was covered 'With a lace cloth and held a Central arrangement of holly and nandiiia berries in a silver bracket. Cookies and napkins carried out the Christmas motif. Mrs. -fiscarre presided at the silver service. ! Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Heslerly lefl Sunday for Sacramento, California where they will spent the Christmas holidays with Mrs. Hesterly's sister and nephew, Mrs. Davio Gordon and Jimmy Gordon, Al Mart of ^Dallas spent the week end wilh his parents, Mr. and M'rs. Oscar Hart. Mr. and Mrs. Conbett Hale had as their weekend gucsls, (Mr. and Mrs. 'Dwighl iPankey : and children of Waldo. Weekend guests in the home of Mr. and IMrs. Jim Nelson were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Richard 'Ellis and children Mr. and Mrs. 'Warren Keys ot Marshall, Texas. WSCS Meets At Church . The iDec'emiber 'general meeting of the WSCS of the 'First Methodist Church was held on 'M'onday afternoon at .the. church with the president, Mrs. P. A. 'Escarre, presiding. • The'opening song was "There Is A Song in the Air." Mrs. >L. C. Gatliri led in .prayer, During the business session 'Mrs. H. H. .Mc- Kenzlc, secretary of [Missionary Education and service announced the study on "Issiah Speaks" had been completed ; ancl that the.next study' would 'begin on Jan. 12 on "The. Middle iEast Pilgrimage." Mrs, Wayne Eley announced that Dec, -28 is student recognition day and-will We observed in the church service. She urged all to cooperate with the local church for a watch night service lor the youth of the Galloway Sub-District in the Commission (for Christ program encouraging each lamily in the church to have a Christmas lamily worship service. Mrs, 0, G 'Hirst presented the Miss Frances O'Rorke of Dallas spent the weekend with her parents, M'r. and (Mrs. Bill O'.Rorke. Mr. and Mrs. John T. MoRae and Mr. and Mrs. Grady Cox visited -Dr. J. E. Cox in Rosston Sunday. Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. <O. Logan were Mr. and Mrs. Sleele (Moore and Sammy of Dallas. Mrs. Scott Smith and.son, Scotty nJ 1 Little Rock visited Mr. and (Mrs. John 'Davis and 'Mrs. ;Ro'bbie Wilson during the .\veekend. Mrs. Tommy Tackette 'has returned 'from Little Rock where she visited her mother, M'rs. F. L. Posey. Mr. and Mrs. .George Christopher and George Hamilton of Hot Springs spent the weekend at their home here, Christmas Starts Earlier Every Year In Hebrew, Ihe girl's name Susaf.' mlans "a lily." terday. J. M. Evans of Benton, a member of the Saline County Equalization Board, asked for the ruling. Evans said he and other board members thought they had a .say about who the tax asessor hired. In another ruling, the attorney general's office said a county judge has exclusive authoilty U* audit, settle and direct payments of all demands against the.county. The ruling went to Lonnle Mills of Paris, Logan County treasurer. ALL 6 VOLT STARTERS AND GENERATORS - REBUILT - $4.95 EXC. • All Ports For Ccrs And Trucks • All Size Full Cop Tires, Also New And Used Tires! Wylie Glass & Salvage Co. Hwy. 67 West Hope, Ark. Phone 7-2786 TOP TV-The Dinah Shore Chevy Show-Sundoy-NBC-TV and Ihe Pat Boone Chevy Showroom-weeUy on ABC'TV. Like (ill '50 Chevies, this /»v/J»to Sport Coupe i? new right down to the toitpher Tyrox cord tiros it rolls on, T^KSWittgWMfcS^^S^*^ Walk around f/jp,p»r f/iw/Is gy t6M AP Mfellgibus WHUf Seems like Christinas, wilh i^| street coi-nef Santas, its red, white and green window decorations and Us carols, gets off to an catliL-r and earlier start each year. And. each year, it seenis to gel a little more baf-sy, a little more gaudy and little bit further Ironi the true reason for its being: he .birth of the Christ Child. if you've been thinking Ihose uneasy thoughts lately, you're in good company. The lay movement called "Rt>o|J ing Christ in Christmas" Is still aound and still pounding away al its annual, and often ambar* russing, question: What are you doing about keeping Christ in Christmas?" if you don' I have the slightest idea what you can do about it, the four-man Keep Christ Ifi Christmas Committee has com* jMled a list of eight suggestions. They are: fc 1. Attend church services an* bring others. 2. Join the crusade to give early emphasis to the true meaning and message of Christmas by urging the Use of .Nativity billboards and svindow displays. 3. Encourage and join outdoor singing of Christmas carols'. 5 4. Arrange special Nativity tab- j leaux in churches and schools. 5. Place a Nativity creche at the base of your Christmas tre£ for your children, friends and re*' alives to sec and admire. 6. Buy or use "Keep Christ In Christmas" reals. 7. Buy and send only religious Christmas cards and urge your friends and business, associates to do likewise. 8. Make the Nativity story ot St. Luke, Chapter 2, the central theme of your family's observance of Christmas. «pic i i i I/IP/J &g p«r guest /Qf » pleasure la? "*l= . a.m. Corning , .' syy Mrs, 7; 30 p.m. fiYetuag W°i'sl)ij> , ve of }t,MYln4sl}i gy,ej; J.evel Ajj' |iU8pe«sioii ) ') t Qas? ^u're P;J Uie w\$ ./o.u'JJ 4jsfio^ P-|W. Junior phol Q p.pi. pSHH dngsds^ g P-Jtt, 00SP.?! al authctod S Bg^v ^^^^"fi*^ n»4fi it\ m.i ; fiundav Soho.oJ

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