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^^ Pa§* St< ' ______ _ _ ^._. J ,_ mi ^_., = .._..^. > . m ^.__ mM . MOM STAK; HOP!, A K It A N S A 1 Friday, Oeegwbef 19, 1fS$^ Church Announcements 5HU8dH 0? fHM Srtuth Elhi StNet fcsv. Thomas fe< Wight Sunday 9;45 "• Sunday School 10:30 a. m. Morninc worship ftlossiifU 1 b\ tiro. VVifjhl. *? p.m. N.Y.P.S. ProKiiiin with •president, Mrs. Fmlilie Jhicklcr in charge. 7, ijum .liilimi \iiofiram with lender. Mis Leo Wood in chaige. 7.-30 Evening Worship. Message by Die pastor. Wednesday 7:30 p. in. Midweek Bible Study- Lei-son by iJm. Wight. T.tiut-sday 2 p.m. Pniyi'i 1 mid .Fusling ill the chinch. Saturday 10 a.m. T|-;nlb!ii/:er Unys \vill liiect at the church lor thc'ir r<. l t>u- Jnr met'Ung. J'leatc note chiingo of time. AVc hove HIT fxlensinM eliiss lit the Hope Nursing >llonu> cnch Sunday nfltirnuuii ;it. J p.m. The Dtivis furnishes Uu- music iuid Wight bungs the k'.vsun. UNItY BAPtlSt GHUHBH Fifth ami South Htrvey Pasloc, Eld. Bill Moof* Suhdny fi:!2S-8:S5 a. ttl. Uttlty Gospel kXAit. 9:45 a. m. Sunday School Supt., lira. Jcssd McAdam 11 a. Hi. Morning Worship 6:30 f). HI. B, f, S. CATHOLIC CHURCH 3rd and Walker Streets Father Joseph Endenine, Pastor (Mass at B o'clock. MfcMOHIAL BAPtlSt 300 North Kehgusoh St. Eld. A. D, Livingston, Sunday !) a.m. Hock of Ages Broadcast [over KXAH. 11:50 a.m. Sunday School Jewirl Still, Superinlondclit II a.m. Morning Worship. Sermon by the pastor. j 0:30 p.m. Baptist Tranitijg Union ] 7:30 p. m. Evening Worship Monday 2 p.m. Senior W.M.A. Tuesday 7:30 p.m. Cora Mae Auxiliary Wednesday 7 p.m. Tuauhers Meeting 7.'U> p.in, Midweek Service •iiiu i'layuf Meeting. CHURCH OF CHRIST , • Walnut Street S. R. Tipton, Minister Sunday "Lot The Bible Speak" KXAH 8:15 a.m. 9:45 a. m. Bible Class 10!40 a. rn. Morning Worship 0 p.m. Bible Class 7:30 p. m. Jivenun! Worship Wednesday 7 p.m. Mid Week Bible Class CHURCH Or UrtHIST 5th and Grady Street O. H. Painter, Minister Sunday 10 a. m. Bible School lor all ages. Preaching at 10:-15 to 11:35 a.m. Jl:45 a.m. Lord's Supper G: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 all services. FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH William Ellia Harris, Pastor Luther Hollamoiii Organist Malcolm Porlerfield, Church Sc n ool Superintendent U:-15 a.m. Church School with classes for all ogps. Special offering will go 1o the • li.' lies of Ihc Nation.>1 Benuvolenl ' ':.-i.. I'oi the Chi-iplMM Church, 10:50 a.m. Morning Worship, Communion, special Christmas anthems by the choir "In A Manger lie Is Sloe-ping and Ring Out, 0 Bells of Bethlehem." Sermon by Mr. Harris "The Coming of 1m- manuel." 5 p.m. p.m. Vesper Service. Mr. Hams will give his rciiding of the sliii-y "The Other Wise M'.m." The public is invited. ; li p.m. Christian Youth Fellowship. SOUtM SlBt BAPtlsf §MU«CM R«*. MdfrhSCi 6^anl, P"a«6r LtwiSvlllfe Highway 10 a.m. Sunday School Charles Saiidifer. Superifilbnclctit 11 a.m. Morning Worship Service Sermon by Rev. J. E. Power 0:30 p.m. Evening Service QARREtf CHAPEL BAPTIST Rev, F. R, WllHarrist PaStof 0:4:i a.m. Sunday School L. C. Wyull, SuperHiteftdefil II a.m. Morning Worship list and 3rd Sundays) General Missionary Day (Second Sunday) Junior Church Day (Fourth Sunday) 6:30 b-rn- BTU — Mrs. Georgia Mickles, Directress I p.m (Jus pel Hour Broadcast Monday 4:30 p.m. Missionary Circle No. 1 7 p.m. Missionary Circle No. 2 7 p.m. Missionary Circle No. 3 7 p.m. Missionary Circle No. 4 Tuesday 7:30 p.m. Choir Itehcarsal Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Mid Week Prayer Sef vice Worker's Council (.Fourth Friday) FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH John H. McClana'nartj P.astor H c nry Whitlow, Minister of music Sunday U.-30 a.m. Sunday School Hubert Thrash Supt. 10:50 a.m. .Morning 'Worship Sermon by the pastor. Special Music iby Mrs. Ed O'Gran 1 4:45 p.m. Youth Choir followed by supper 5 p. m. Baptist Hour - KXAR b:30 p.m. Training Union Leon Davis, Director 7:45 Evening Worship Sermon by the pastor. "The Music of Christmas" under the direction of Mr. Wluticvv. Wednesday 0:30 p. m. G. A. Sunbeams, R. I A.'s. (3:45 Sunday School loss:)ii taught hy Dr. McClanahan. 7:30 p. m. Fellowship Hour of prayer. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE Avc. B and North Elm Christun Science services are held each Sunday morning at 11 in the new Woodmen of the World Building. On Corner of Ave. B. and North Elm. Sunday School at TELEVISION SETS All sets hove been checked and wsH be guaranteed for 90 days, plus a "LIFETIME PICTURE TUBE WARRANTY" at no extra cost. 21" TABLE MODEL SILVERTONE, Metal mahogany Cabinet. Reconditioned and guaranteed with LIFETIME PICTURE TUBE. $10 DOWN $2 WEEK $89.95 21" TABLE MODEL CROSLEY Mahogany with base. Has been a real good set and still has a lot of life yet. 90 Day Warranty and LIFETIME PICTURE TUBE Guarantee Sib DOWN $2 WEEK $109.95 21" TABLE MODEL BENDIX, Mahogany wood shows it has really been handled easy, A pretty picture and a LIFETIME PICTURE WARRANTY $10 DOWN $2 WEEK $99.95 21" TAPU RCA TV. Ebpriy color and with base, Recondifipned and bring? in a top picture. LIFE' TIME PICTURE TUFE Guarantee, $10 DOWN $2 WEEK $119.95 17" ZfiNITH PORTABLE Only fix mpnrhs »W. the present for the §§cpnd ?et fpr ygyr heme TIMI PIQTURI TUPE Wgrrantv, With $10 DOWN $2 WEiK $119.95 21" SYtYAlSIA CPNSeti TiWyiSION, Yew will hpyp t© jge jj tg rfalijg nsw j-easwifljbJe fhe prisg jf, New psrf§ whe/e needed and 9fl day wawnty WFfTlMI FUTURE lUfl , $2 WEEK '' MQTQRQU T^lil MODEL Ty.':Npw price « Wuh m£>i$bmg .base* ' FIRST METHODIST CHURCH West Second and Pine Street R e v. Rufus Sorrells," Minister 9:-15 a.m. Church School Albert Graves will toaen the Century Bible Class. 10:55 a, m. Morning Service Antnem "Shepherds Nealh Judeeiii SWes" Sermon ''A Most Wonderful Tiling lias Happened" Minister 5:30 p.m. Wesley Club 5:30 p.m. Intermediate and Senior MYF 7 p.m. Evening Worship .Christmas Cantata 'The Messiah' by the Choir under the direction of Jon Barbarotlo and Mrs. B. C. Hyatt, Organist There wil Ibc no service in this church duriii'g .Christmas Week. ST. MARK'S E.P.ISCOPAL Rev. A. W c bster Horstman Priest in Ch'afge 4t,'i Sunday in -Advent -I p.m. Evening Prayer and sermon. Meeting of the Executive Committee. GOSPEL UGHT HOUSE Pentecostal Faltti Andres and Ave, C, Lacy Rowe, Pastor 7:30 a.m. Radio Broadcast 8:45 a, m. Sunday School Clayborn Rowe, Supt, 11 a, m. Morning worship 7:30 p.m. Evening Worship Sermon by Pastor Wednesday •1 p.m. Corner Club for Children 7:30 p,m. Prayer meeting and Bible Study. Girls Still Make Playhouses Mrs 8 : .. o' osp :30 p.m. Young People's Meef< in'f, Mrs. Mallie Sanders, C~0xffl« Selbf. 7i3u p.rh. Evening EVahgelislie - star Photo & Engraving FOUR LOCAL girls took pine straw, some old rope, pasteboard boxes to build themselves a playhouse pictured above. It was a little cold 'Kiring tHe recent snow but withstood the bad weather lor use on warmer clsiys. In the picture are, left to rlyliti Carol Ann Ci-anford, Carolyn and Brenda Hamm gnd DlaHrie Purtle. FIRST PENTECOSTAL CHURCH Fourth and l-erguson Streets RBv, Lane, Pastor Herman Elledge Supt. Sunday 9:45 a.m. Sunday School. Herman Elledge, Supt. Jl a.m. Morning Worship 11 a. m. Children Church 6:30 p.m. Pentecostal Conqueror's. Mrs. Herman Ellcdgc President. 0:30 p.m. Junior Conqueror's Scrvcie, Mrs. Pauline Hudson, President li:30 p. m. Children's group — Mrs. Lucille Kowe in charge, 7:30 Evangelistic Service Special singing. Wednesday 1 p. m. Prayer Meeting 7:30 p. m. Bible Teacning Sajurday 7:30 p.'iiT.' Evening Worship Everyone invited to''attend. ut the church. Both Senior and Pioneer group will be going Cat'ol Singing and afterward will return to the church for refreshments. Monday 3 p.m. The Junior Boys and Girls of Sunday School will'have a Christmas Party at the Church in Fellowship Hall, FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 701 South Main St. Rev. L. T. Lawrence 13. D. Minister Sunday S:30 a. in: Coffee Hour for Men s Bible Class. D;50 a.m. Sunday School Classes for ail ages. Mr, Cril Stuart, Jr. Supt. SJ:50 a.m. Men's Bible Class, The lesson will be taught by George VV. Lewis Thell Joplin, President •Dr. J. W. Branch, Pianist 9:50 a.m. Women's Bible Class The lesson will be taught by Mrs. Jim McKcnzie. Mrs, Tom Cornplon, president Mrs. Arthur Wimmell, pianist 10:55 a.m. Morning Worship The Cantata 'Carols of Chvistmas' will be presented by the choi: 1 under the direction of Mrs, H. L. Gosnell. Everyone is invited to attend. 3 ,p.m. Vesper Special music 'Away in a Manger' Junior Choir Sermon "All About Cbris'roaa" C p.m. PYF will meet .for supper RISING STAR MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH 700 Oak Street — Hope Mrs. Lula Piggee, Church Clerk Rev. M. S. Rlley, Pastor 9:45 a.m. Sunday School 11 a.m. Morning Worship ' G p.m. BTU Hour 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; Club Tuesday 7:30 p.m. Ushers Board Meeting (Second and Fourth Tuesday) 7:30 p.m. Deaconess and Trustee Ladies (First and Third Tucs.) Wednesday , Y p.m. Mid-Week Prayer Meeting 7:30 p.m. Church School Teachers Thursday 7:30 p.m Senior Choir Practice 7:30 p.m. Mother Board Meeting (Second and Fouth Thursday) Friday ,7:30 p.m. Gospel .Chorus Practice (First and Third Frdiay) Craton Bpps, Church Treasurer H. L. Washington, Finance: Clerk BETHEL A-M.E. CHURCH Rev. J, S .Morgan, Pastor 9:45 a.m. Sunday School' W. M. Muldrow, Superintendent 11 a.m. Morning Worship 0:30 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 W* t.. / a.ffi. ehtifeh oo, . AMIS §611" Y«f|6f, Supt ld:4S S.ffi. Mof*''*i| Wofship ' Meef< ~ 8 p.m. Sfficial Board Meeting § p.rtt. Missionary Circle Nd. 2 fueiday 7:30 p.m. Usher Board Meeting 8 i3.tft i Missionary Circle No. i 7i3S JJ.fii. Missionary Circle No. 3 Wednesday fiSO {).fn. Pfayef Meeting T'iSu f>.rri, Senior and Youth Choif Rehearsal Ffiday 1 p.m. Fellowship Suppdf (1st and 3rd) Saturday 3 p.m. Children's Choir Reheat- CHURCH OP GOD IN CHRIST Eldef L, 6, Washington, fcaswr ? p.m. Prayer Service lo.'SO a.m. Sunday School Mrs. Emma Lee tteleford, Supt. 12 Morning Worship 7 p.m. Y.P.W.W. Mrs. Lillle Klmblc, President 9 p.m, Evening Worship Tu«sday Friday 7 p.m. Prayer Service MT. ZlON C.M-E. CHURCH R«v. J. S. McFadden, Pastor 9:45 a.m. Sunday School J. L. Verge, Superintendent 1.1 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.rh. Youth Choir Rehearsal 7:30 p.m. Official Board Meeting Tuesday 7:30 p.m. Senior Choir Rehear sal Wednesday 3:30 p.m. Stewardess Board Meeting Friday , 7:30 p.m. Steward's Board Meeting LONOKE BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. James E. Coby, Pastor 9:45 a.m. Church School Mrs. ' Ella Robinson, Superintendent. -••:-.. ," ff ' 11 a.m. Morning Worship 6:30 p.m. BTU Mrs. .Louise 'Yergcr, Directress 7:30 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. M'id Week Fellowship Service Saturday 4 : p.m, Sunshine Band and Children's Chorus Rehearsal Mrs, James E. Coby, Directress New Church Educational Bid. — Star Photo & Engraving GARBETT MEMORIAL Baptist Cluirch has completed its Hew educational building pictured above. The 20>rooffi Structure cdst $26,600. The Garrott Memorial Missionary Baptist Church was constructed ih 1914 for a Community Sunday School. Two yearn later, July ^3, 1910, the Rev. J. F. Queen led in the organization oi a Missionary Baptist Church nt this location. Eight charter members were received and they elected the lluv. Mr, Queen as their first pastor. Mrs. Hance Mi'.U-i-, one of the charter members, is still a mum- bor. Two days after orsuni/.lnis the church voted to be callud the Second Baptist Church. The Church prospered and in less than a year tne membership reached 2ti. In 1021 additional lots, adjoining the church were se.'U.-ect. With this acquisition, church property was valued at $750.00. The name (Jarred Memorial Baptist was adopted in 1925 Up until 102fl affiliation was with the Southern Convention Association. Since then local affiliation has becii 'with the Unij.i Missionary Bnptist Association, and the State imrt.'National North American Bap- DAVIS CHAPEL CHURCH Rev. .H." A, Davis, Pastor 9;45 a. rn. Sunday School Mrs, Odessa Campbell, Superintendent, • 11 a." m, First and third Sundays —Morning Worship. CHURCH OF GOD E. 8th N. and Bell Streets R e v, Jesse Graves, Pastor 10 a.m. Sunday "School, Joe E. Monk, Supt, " •' 11 a.m. Morning Worship 7:45 p.m. Evening Worship CHURCH OF GOD Elder 0. ,N, Dennis,; Pastor 9:45 a.m. Sunday School Mrs. .M'yrtle Richardson, Supt. 11:30 a.rj. Morning Worship 6:30 p.m. Y.P.W.W. Mi-Sir 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 6 p.m. -Junior Church Thursday " 7 p.m. Bible Band Friday 7:30 p.m. Pastor's Aid Board Meeting list A.«s.-)Cial'iori Including the present pastor, tho Rev. A. D. Livingston, Garretl Memorial has been served by.t7(gVS* tors. Those serving more recently are Holiis Purtle, D. O. .Silvey and Klbcrt O 1 Steen. The first W.M.A. and B.T.S. were org:in.weci by the Rev. Ml. PurtU. Under the leadership of D. O. Silvey the "Rock of Ages" radio 'broadcast was instigated in 1942. This 'program has now 'been on the air each Sunday for 1G years. The following ministers have been ordained to the full wortf of the Gospel Ministry by this crl'Jch to date: Richard Davis, Bill Heard, Carl Willis, Raymond Stark, O. B. Thompson and Perry .Purtle. Over 'the years modifications and additions have beeen applied to the original chui'cn building. •In 1955, Under the direction of Kev. i'lwert O' Steen, a bric'c faced audi- toiium measuring J6 by 80 Icet was completed at a cost o£ §30,000. The old auditorium, containing the .Original church building, ,^as retained for Sunday School eiass rooms. This year, this old building was removed and In its place new modern 20-room educational building has been completed,. ' . Both the auditorium and educational building 'feature central heating and air conditioning. The parsonage is located adjacent to the phui'ch. Gin'rrett (Memorial 'property is now valued at $80,000. Present church membership^ is 401. Sunday School is departiCih- talized with 21 classes divided into four departments. Enrollment is 311 and average attendance runs about 235. On October 5 of this year a new record was established 1 when'355 attended Sunday school. The B.T.S. is also departmentalized and is enjoying an 'average attendance of ; 125. The diuireh has three active-'Auxiliaries and two Brotherhoods. All iphases of the N.A.B.A. work,are supported by monthly disbursements in which JO per cent of the offering is divided 'among these fields, Garretl (Memorial has truly grown and progressed during these few short years. Keudiwj lime: 4 minules (and worth every second) HOPE COBPEt. TABERNACLE, 321 North Main Street Rev, W. C, Land, Pastor Sunday 9;45 a. m,-' Sunday School. T, C. Cpanford, Superintendent The Radio Bible Class, broadcast over Radio Station KXAR 10 s, m Rev, W, C, Land 1$ the teacher, II a. m, Morning 'Worship Sermon by the pastor 7:30 p.m. Christmas Prosiam — under Uio direction of musical dirpctor, Eddie 'Moshcr, the musical department will present u Ciin- iata with the use of suma actms •parts, With a m.usigal background there will .be n beautiful portrayal of the Christmas Story, All bibical characters;, svise mpn, shepherds and the Holy Family >vi!l W used.. The yory outstanding musipai selections wijl b<? interspersed with spending and acting parts, presenting the full story, 'flic entire cast \s_iil bring' to life fuuu'n the world's most unusual blr\h PS \vo arc caj'rjec) 'back flgross Mio wiles and centuries to this most 'hallowed plape. Tuesday G'; IS 'p.m, Orchestra, gehqarsaj A special message for people who plan to buy a '59 car p.m. Rev-. §• iatyrday and will ? • p.m. 4U 'l?e syre to mid JO.- ill? young &• l| p.m. >vitlj of ft" .dy By-no\v you've hart n chance Lo look over • till tho 19§9/ models. They're all on the • market now, bright anc] shiny and dazzling as only new cai's can be, Now is the time to ask' ymtrsolf the ques' tion, "Which car should J buy? Which car will give me I he most value, the most satis- faetipu fpr mv money','" What do you want in a car? We don't expect 1;o sell everyone in 1959, Wo know that some people will end up buying small cars, and- some, foreign imports, • We accept the fact Unit a few will buy high' performance sports cars, anc) that others, because of their position, cars that cost far more than any Dodge, That's flrje« We don't expect, to sejl then) if yon'ro in (lie market for Q ing, stolidly built, full-nizeil car tlwi'i? rea»oi\* ably priced and-lhal performs be(intifnllu t o> cur deaiyned /or now eomfart (tnd ieuco that you can drive teilh pride ci -WB ABB TA'l<ivlNQ TQ VOP,', Imitation i§ the ' ferm;.9f fl&ttery • Lot's siui'l with sl.yliog, Ho\v 4 car tvu important wii^iclei'^iiou; jio pne car they jiou't fide, Bxjt slyUng A " is rpiativ?, What is hot shiJJ" jo ppe p^fson is cold potatoes io {justjior, Sa we »yjlj^uly sjjy tfii? Rboyt Padgp ?tyli)igj ,0wr «om* fketilors pbvipusly UHp 1U Wp ibiflk l}i&F§ qu]tga^'jbute, , , . , ;:- '-.'-" Frank'b'. some '59 cars are known to be a little difficult to get into, as well as out of. [Phis wasn't -intentional, of course, In trying to design a car that was as low and modern a? our Swept-Wing Dodge, it just worked ou,t that way, *• This is not true of. Dodge, bpoause Dodge is designed around you, You get in easily and naturally, without banging your knee on the 'door post or the steering wheel, You sit on seats 'that give you wonderful support, There are no high door sills to trip over, Of course, we won't evon mention the fact that the pther '59 cars don't offer Swing. Out Swivel Sea 1,s, Oops! Whieh dp yew want; Pu§h'§wtten§'pr<a ghift stisK? We fertQW that a number of people like a jeyer*type autp'maiic transmission, They've .used then) lor years and they're satisfied, W§ have 09 quarrel with them, BuV there's! a lot of • wisdom in what Alexander Pope says in his Bssay pn CrW« i "Be n9]. the first by whom the new tried, «or yet flje last ts jay the old lj ' a 1959 car, you want a 1959 ride to go with it, That's Torsion-Aire, It's the newest, finest, most advanced suspension system in the industry, (Pardon otir enthusiasm,) And remember this. You don't pay a penny extra for the extra comfort you get with Torsion-Aire, It's standard equipment, WoqJcin't you like to bo ' pampered a little? There's almost, no end, to the wonderful convenience features yo'u can get in, a '59 'Dodge, Swing-Out Swivel Seats, (They're grout!) Push-Bijtton TorqueFlito transmission- Full-Time Power Steering, Out» side mirrors' that adjust from the inxide, Irjside mirrors that adjust themselves electronically to banish glare, They're all available at ejvtra cost— aijc} well worth it. "O Pushbutton, diving isn't new, TJsis is the fourth year that Dodge has had it. Wo WQU.W gU9ss that, §9« s §rYatiy,ely 4 flyer two • niilHpn jowper? havie used \\,**<md laced H t - gn we're not going to try to «f/[you oji the e of pu5h»butfoa'4riYjijgf we 4 A few ws?rd§ a(?Qut . .• perfgrrrianQf and prjge These arp tilings that are hard to measure, What- do you mean by quality? What cou» stitutes good performance?, What js a goocj buy? We would sum up our case for Podge jn this manner, 1 ft is a car that is well engineered and well bvjilt to give ypt} years o£ driving satisfaction. It will .maro 'than ni&lch. any other competitive car in tho perforjnance department, It }s, wo lion. pstly believB, ' jj« estreipply . 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