Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on January 2, 1959 · Page 6
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Hope, Arkansas
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MOM s T A it, n a M , SPACE WATCH SATELLITE—The rj.s. "space watch' satellite may be sent into orbit soon. Features of the device, shown above could include (11 telescopic camera capable ot scanning globe for picture transmission; (2V sun-power battery; t3) retro-rockets to propel information- laden satellite back to earth at radio command: (4; specially designed parachute to slow final descent and prevent burning up in atmosphere: (5) gyro-stabilizers to keep satellite vertical; (61 tape recorder, housed with transmitter, to record on magnetic tape data on radiation, temperature and other space conditions. Antenna would send impulses to earth. Church Announcements FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH John H. MeClanalian, Pastor .Henry Whitlow, Minister of music • •.Sunaay ' 9:30 a.m. Sunday School t Hubert Thrash Supt. i 10:50 a.m. Morning Worship Sermon by the pastor. /,4'3 a.im. First Baptist Mission will b% organized into an independent "self supporting church. 4:45 p.m. Youth Choir followed by supper 5 p. m. Baptist Hour - KXAR 6:30 p.m. Training Union Leon Davis, Director 1 7:45 Evening Worship Sermon by the pastor, Monday 2 p.m. Royal Service Program '('Woman's Missionary Society) Circle No. 3, Mrs. Frank Douglas program chairman is in charge. Wednesday ,6:30. p. -m. G. A. Sunbeams, R. A.'s, " 6:45 Sunday School lesson taught by Dr. McClanahan. 7:30 p. m. Fellowship Hour of prayer. 8:15 p.m. Chancel Choir Rehear , sal, Thursday -, WMU Association rnestiag at the First, Baptist Church o£ Hope. SOUTH SIDE ASSEMBLY > South Fulton" and Park Drive Rev, S, Joseph Geno, Pastor Saturday 7:30^ p.m. Revival Service with •Ev/aifgelist John "Polizzi. Sunday S e rvices; , 9:45 a.m. Sunday School Carl Evans Supt, 11 a.m. Morning Worship, Ser imon'by Rev. John 'Polizzi. 4 p.m. Orchestra 'Rehearsal 6:30 Young People Service. Miss Kay Highfill, -Pres. 7:30 -p.m. Evangelistic Service. Sermon by Rev. Polizzi. Tuesday 6:45-p.m. Orchestra Rehearsal Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Mid Week Service Friday 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting. HOPE GOSPEL TABE.RNACLE, 321 Nvrth Main street Rey.tVY, C, Land, Pastor 9;45 a.m. Sunday School. T. C. Crantord. Superintendent Tfle 3adio Bible Class, bjoadgas over Radio Station KXAJf }0 a, Hey, W. C, Land is the teacher, U a, m, Morning Worship Sermon, by the pastor the close of worship hour w receive new members into the church, and observe the Lord's Sapper. t 4. p.m. Orchestra Rehearsal om and goodness will be stress- d at Christian Science service unday. Scriptural selections in the les- on-sermon entitled "God." OSPEL LIGHT HOUSE Pentecostal Faith Andres and Ave. C. Lacy Rowe, Pastor 7:30 a.m. Radio Broadcast 9:45 a. m. Sunday School Clayborn Rowe, 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. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 701 South Main St. Rev. L. T. Lawrence D. 0. Minister Sunday, S:30 a. m. Coffee Hour for VIen's. Bible .Class 9:50 a.m. Sunday School Classes for all ages. Mr. ' Grit Stuart, Jr. Supt. 9:50 a.m. Men's Bible Class. The lesson will be taught by iVm. Tolleson. Thell Joplin, President Or, J. W. Branch, Pianist in the Church office at the annex. Wednesday 7 p.m. The Commission on Education will meet in the Lillian Routon Classroom at the church. 7 p.m. Chapel Choir Practice 7:30 p.m. Chancel Choir Practice FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH William Ellis Harris, Pastor Luth'er Hollamon, Organist Malcolm Porterfield, Church Sc n ool Superintendent 9:45 a.m. Church School with classes for all ages. 10:50 a.m. Morning Worship, Communion. Special music will be a solo "On A Rugged Hill" by Miss Mary Lou Park. Mr. Harris will preach on the suoject "What It Means To Be A Christian-." 5 p.m. p.m. Vesper Service. Mr. Harris "Sin Pays Its Wages." 6 p.m. Christian Youth Fellowship. Monday i7 p.m. Church Board Meeting Wednesday Choir rehearsal will resume at the regular hour, 7 p.m, 'Mid Week Bible Class Of CHMlit 6th and Gfady Street 0, M, Painter', Mlnl»ter Sunday 10 a, m. Bible School tot »11 Preaching at I0i4g to 11:58 a.ftii 11:45 a.m. Lord's Supper 6 130 p.m. Voting 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 UNITY BAPTIST CHURCH Fifth and South Hervey PattoV, Eld. Bill Moon Sunday 1:25-8:55 a. m. Unity Gospel Sour KXAR. 9145 a. m. Sunday School Supt., Bro. Jesse McAdatn 11 a, m, Morning Worship 6i30 p. m. B. T, S. GARRETT CHAPEL BAPTIST Rev. 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) 6:30 p.m. BTU — Mrs. Georgia Hickles, Directress 1 p.m. Gospel Hour Broadcast Monday 4:30 p.m. Missionary Circle No. 1 7 p.m. Missionary Circle No. 2 7 p.m. Missionary Circle Nol? 3 7 p.m. Missionary Circle No. 4 Tuesday 7:30 p.m. Choir Rehearsal ; Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Mid Week Prayer Ser vice Worker's Council (Fourth Friday) NLB Internal Row Reported to Be Flaring By NORMAN WALKER WASHINGTON 'APi —Ah internal row over policies and handling of personnel is reported lo have broken out between the five-rnan Notional Labor Relations Board and the board's general counsel, Jerome D. Fcnton. The principals declined either to confirm or to deny the reports, but other sources said a feud has reached such proportions that have td'etailed THREE FACES OE LOVE FAITH BALDWIN f Mk I CHAPTER XXIX "What happens to days?" tn« board members Iholr complaints House. to the' Whltf They reporlodly have said in effect that they cannot further get along with Fenton. There have been reports in recent weeks thnt Fenlon may resign and take a position in the .Defense Department where he was security director in 1955-57. Fenton formerly was associated with the Detroit law firm of Se<v rotary of the Army Wilbsr Bruckcr and for more than a decade Wfis assistant vice president for personnel for Pan American World Airways. Board members declined to comment on the- reported fetid Fenton has boon spending thp holidays at Westport, Conn. His office contacted him there about the reports and reported back hs lad nothing to say either. Fenton and all five NLRB members are appointees of President Elsen- hower. qliirod Hope one night oh the way homo. Ths spring air was soft and delicate They'd had a festive dinner and seen an indif- Cerent but amusing play. Emmy Was at home and, her mother trusted, asleep, with Boy formally lying beside—but probdbly, informally upon—her bed. Vangie would be watching television with the Serious, new suitor. Adam pulled over sharply and made a bitter comment on other drivers,- Then he answered, "Well, they come and they go," "I shall loathe and hnte losing Vangie. This really has a wedding-bell ring." "I'll miss her," Adam tern- FIRST PENTECOSTAL CHURCH Fourth and Ferguson Streets Rev, Lane, Raster Herman Elledge Supt. Sunday 9:45 a.m. Sunday School Herman Elledge, Supt. 11 a.m. Morning Worship 11 a. m. Children Church 6:30 p.m. Pentecostal Conqueror's. Mrs. Herman Elledge President. 6:30 p.m. Junior Conqueror's Servcie, M'rs. Pauline Hudson, President 6:30 p. m. Children's group — Mrs. Lucille Howe in charge. 7:30 Evangelistic Service Special singing. Wednesday 1 p. m. Prayer Meeting 7:30 p. m. Bible Teaching Saturday 7:30 p. m. Evening Worship Everyone Invited to attend. World Forgets Troubles for a Moment By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS As midnight rolled around the earth, most, of this old world ior- got its troubles momentarily lo ily welcomed 1959—the year of the wild boar—with traditional worship at Shinto shrines and Buddhist temples throughout the nation. An unexpected snowfall threw a mantle of white over Tokyo. Parisians greeted the now year by leaning on their auto horns as they drove down the brightly lit Champs Elysecs. They exercised an annual privilege—horn blowing 's illegal any other time. iBooming chimes of Bif Ben .welcomed in 1959 in London and'sent thousands of revnk-rs into wild Auld Lang Syne, vcelebrations around the boarded up statue of Eros in downtown Piccadilly Circus. Greased Inmp standards defied determined efforts to scale them Rings of policemen around Ei>os slood firm against repeated attempts to brush the bobbies aside. Jn Rome, Italians set off fireworks — which is illegal — and give hearty welcome to 1950 pcrately agreed, "if it happens; and I'll knock her Clem's block off if he mistreats her." "Why did you ask that about the days?" "I don't Know; it's Just that a few minutes ago we were married." "Repeat that to Emmy a little ater. She'll appreciate it," "Next autumn," Hope reminded him, "il will be school.' • "Then Junior High, High and College—If any college will accept a brilliant child without a Drain in her head. Scheming little Wretch," he added, with great tenderness. "A f t c r which, if they don't expel her, or even f they do, she'll become either a great executive — probably In the garment center—or the first -and last—woman president. Or maybe a hanger-on at her old folks, bumming cigarettes from Pop and stockings from Mom." "Of course. Who will she marry?" "Is that who m? Oh, anyone unfortunate. A str.r, as they say, of TV, screen or stage; a nobleman — though kind hearts arc mor,e\than coronets) a gent with tw.o*:"z i 11 i o n bucks in tax-free tonds," plus a couple of producing oil wells and a diamond mine in South Africa. I bet he'll bo from Texas. Or possibly an unpublished poet, an abstract paint cr—if they are still abstracting by that time — a cowpoke, bank robber, or an ordinary guy like me.' youhg'uris, north, They need Ahd rne." [M a house with a yard," said Van|ie, gesturing f of silence. She began lo smile.. "It's paid fof," she said. "Of course^' Hope agreed, for, as Adam afterwards remarked, no reason, Women were utterly, mad. "When will you be married, \angie?" 4fe It was to be in June. t "But" she promised, "1 find someone for you." Hope said they would worry about that when the time came, and Adam herded them all into the' kitchen, produced beer and a box of. pretzels. "Let's celebrate." he suggested. Vahglc made a face, and, at Hope's suggestion, coffee. Thus Vangie. like the days, came and went and the next was Elsa, who spoke Teuto? English, was a fabulous cook, a widow With no inclination to remarry, but who loved children. She had none of her own, just a distressing little dog, like a dish mop, which Boy resented. HoW- ever, since the dog was a lady, Boy was forgiving. <ma mc Emmy had lost a love but she could to some extent replace her. In no time she was referring Cjp a broken doll bilingually: "Was gibts?" -Emmy inquired, "Meine poor child's Kopf is gebusted," Elsa's other flaw was a continuous desire, brokenly though intelligibly, to confide. It was not that she lacked, friends. ,She saw these on her days off. It was not that relatives were missing; she had dozens and these she also saw. But from her issued a continuous upwcll- ing, to which Hope listened w.ttln They turned into their driveway, garaged the car, and went in. Vangie and Clem rose to greet them. The set was on full threw pots, pans and dishes out blast, and Vangie looked sdate. She put out a hond and waved ST.' MARK'S EPISCOPAL Rev. A. Webster Horstman Priest in Charge First Sunday after Christmas 4 p.m. Evening Prayer and ser- p.m. Senior and Ambassadors, Junior 7:30 p.m. Evangelistic Service by Pastor 6:15 p.rn, Orchestra Rehearsal 7:30 p.m. Choir Rehearsal 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting 9:50 a.m. Women's Bible Class The lesson will be taught by Mrs, Jim'McKenzie, Mrs. Tom Compton, president Mrs. Arthur Wimrnell, pianist 10:55 a,m. Morning Worship Anthem ''Holy, Holy, Holy" Sermon "The Finest Hour." 4 .p.m. Session will meet in the Chapel. 5 .p.m. Vesper Anthem "Follow The Gleam," by Junior Choir ^ Sermon "Prayer and the Will of God." p.m. PYF will meet for supper. Becky Walker will lead the Pioneer Group. The Senior Fellowship will have installation of officers. Monday 7 p.m. Adult Choir Practice Tuesday 10 a.rri. (Executive Meeting of the Women of the Church. Wednesday 6:30 p.m. Pot Luck Supper followed by the annual congregational meeting. Saturday JO a.m. Junior Choir Practice FIRST MgTHQDlST CHURCH West Second and Pine Street R«y, Rufus Sprrells, Minister 9:45 a.m. Church School John L. Wilson will teach the Century Bible Class. J0;5§ 3, m.. Morning Service Anthem "Ave Verum" Sermon — "Communion Meditation" Minuter 5:30 p.m, Wesley Club 5:30 p.m. Intermediate and Senior MYF 7 p.m. Evening Worship Special music by Weslfiy Choir — Sermon '^Handling Our Defeats' by Minister. SOUTH SIDE MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. Norman Grant, Pastor Lewisyille Highway 10 a.m. Sunday School Charles Sandlfer, Superintendent 11 a.m. Morning Worship Service Sermon by Rev. J, E, Power 6:30 p,m. Evening Service CHURCH OF GOO Elder O. N. Dennis, Pastor 9:45 a.m. Sunday School Mrs. M'yrtle Richardson, Supt. 11:30 a.ra. 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 6 p,rh. Junior. Church Thursday 7 p.m. Bible Band Friday 7:30 p.m. Pastor's Aid Board Meeting GARRETT MEMORIAL BAPTIST 300 North Ferguson St. Eld. A, D. Livingston, Past°r Sunday 9 a.m. Rock of Ages Broadcast over KXAR, 9:50 a.m. Sunday School Jewel Still, Superintendent 11 a.m. Morning Worship, Sermon by the pastor. 6;30 p.m. Baptist Traning Union 7:30 p. m. Evening Worship Monday 2 p.rn. Senior W.M.A, Tuesday 7:30 p.m., Cora Mae Auxiliary . 7 p.m. Teachers Meeting and ' Prayer Meeting. 7; 45 p.m. Midweek Service CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE. South Elm Street Rev, Tngmaij E, Wight Sunday 9:45 Sunday School 10:50 a. m. Morning worship Message by Bro. Wight. 7 p.m. N.V.P.S, Program with president, Mrs. Freddie Hackler * in charge. j 7 . p'.m. Junior, pfrogram with leader, Mrs. *Leo Wood in charge, 7:30 Evening WQrship. Message by the pas.tori JB:30 p.m. Boy Scout Troop 9? Friday 7:30 p.m. C A. Rally m Bradley 'Arkansas. C,&TH9MS CHURCH §rsl *nd W»lker Streets, Father Joseph Underline, 10:30 — Mass 3 p,m. Circle I will meet in the 7:30 p. m. Midweek Bible Study Lesson by Bro. Wifljt, Thursday % p.m. Prayer and Fasting at the church, Saturday 10 a-m. Trailbla^er Bo>s will Jett B. Graves Classroom ui the meet at thq church for their regu church Hostesses Mr» Johnnie lar meeting. Please note jchang Qrecn and Mrs. R. N. Mouser 5 p.m. Circle 2 will meet in the home of Mrs Ralph Lehman Sr. Miss (Mary Lehman, co-hostesa. Some scaled mountains, lit bonfires, honkcql auto horns, tossed crockery from the windows 'of their homes and. tried to shimmy up greased lampposts — all expressing, in their exuberance .hopes for a healthy and happy new year and a year of peace. Revelry was noticeably absent in revolution-torn Cuba. Not one rebel-controlled radio station was heard to offer a New Year's greeting. A source close to hard- •prcssed. President iFulgen-cio.' Batista declared, "There will be; no New Year's holiday and no" truces or respites for the rebels," Places of worship were not forgotten around the world as people welcomed 1959 with prayer. Both sides of the Iron Curtain pined in the merriment. It was arty lime in Moscow, Russia, as veil as in Moscow, Kan. In a New Year's message, So- 'let Premier Nikita Khrushchev aid, "It is my conviction that the prospects for preserving peace in 959 are good " President Eisenhower observed he evening quietly with relatives ind friends at his Gettysburg, Pn., "arm. In Japan, old and young, rich ind poor, led by the imperial fam- their windows—a custom even older and equally illicit. In Warsaw, rock 'n' roll vied with cha-cha as Poles celebrated. In Brazil, office workers dumped shredded waste paper into jammed streets. In Cherry ville, N. C., musket fire crackled as a custom reached its 150th year. Bangor, Maine, cel- 'brated with a huge bonfire of dis- cairded Christmas trees. fn Colorado Springs. Colo., fireworks wore shot off the top of Pike's Peak by the AdAmAn Club, which adds one'-rievvmember each year. • ' In New York City's Times Square, an estimated 300,000 persons cheered the new year with a blare of horns and a squeal of noise makers. 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 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 MT, 2ION C.M'E. CHURCH Rey, 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.rn, 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.n?, Steward's Board kONQKE. BAPTIST QHWRCH Rey, James E. Coby, Pastor 9i4§ a-m, Church School Mrs. Ella, Robyison, a.m. Morning Worship 6:3Q p.m,' BTV JiJ'rs, Louise Verger, Directress 7; 30 p.rn. Evening Worship . , § p.rn. Junior Choir Rehearsal 7:30 p.m. Senior Choir Rehearsal 6 p.m. Gospel Chorus Rehears^ 7;30 P-m. M14 Week Fellowship Service . 3 p.m. Circle 3 will meet m the Science services are eacfc Sunday morning it 1} in wew WftQ.dmcn 9$ the Worl(j On Corner oi Ave. S- fl Uivuio suuipti ul uuc home of Mrs Lloyd Kinard, Henry Taylor co-hostes-s 3pm Circle 4 will meet in the home of Mrs Clove Maytwi 2pm Circle 6 will meet in the home of MJS Brack Schenck. 7pm The Officu.1 Board, will mm in the Jen B Qravts Room at the church. Tuesday * 1 p in Thv ComnusMun on We?n- .wll of time. We have §n extension class at the Hope Nursing 'Home each Sunday afternoon at 3 p.m. The Pavis family furnishes the music arwj . p.m. Sunshine Pane} and CW} dren's Chorus Rehearsal Mrs. James E,, Ceby, pirectress . Rev. Wight torjngs the lesson. gHVRQH gp Street BAY l$gHAfL Bey, H. A, Osy 9:45 a. m. Sunday School \ Mrs. Qdessji Campbell, Superin tendent. Jl a. m. , First and. third, Sun days. T-Morr^ing Worship. ng, 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 Rehearsal, it languidly. Something sparkled, valiantly, in the light. "Oh, Vangie," cried Hope, and gave her a sorrowfully joyous hug while Adam with a large grin shook Clem's bone-crushing hand. Now Vangie burst into unrestrained tears and Hope patted the broad s h oulder and said soothingly, "There, ••there." Clem muttered, and gulped. "But then," added Vangie, "he's a right good man" — she looked at her fiance as if she were regarding his picture and discussing him with friends in the kitchen — "and he got two half-grown kidds; they needs a woman to look after them." Clem 'said, "She can bring her she had lime; you had to lisCcn to Elsa who, round and agile, scuttled about, peering into the oven, opening and shuling drawers, and pausing in mid- Dow for a draught o£ stove bound coffee. By the time Elsa had been wltfi them a month Hope felt and trusted that she had heard all; and prayed that the spring would dry up or go underground. Elsa had married at 40 and rcmaijhd so for three years, 111 months, and six days, at which time lior husband, the treasured Rupert, •had quietly lain down and from that position ascended to his ancestors. Hope had a blow-by-blow description of all that had led up to the marriage — Rupert had courted Elsa for 18 month- twice weekly, bearing small floral offerings — and also what tragic ailment hnd borne Rupert hence. She also learned that his re!lf)b. while convinced that the decision had been made by dor Liebc Gott, the matter would have been less hastily concluded if Rupert had just made up his mind to linger. (To Be Continued) CHURCH OF QOD IN CHRIST Elder L. C, Washington, Pastor 7 p,rn. Prayer Service 10; 30 a.m, Sunday School Mrs, Emma Lep Rejeford, Supt, 12 Morning Worship 7 p.m. Y.P.W.W. Mrs, Lillie Kimble, President 9 p,rn. Evening Worship Friday 7 p.m, Prayer Service , "feet Tbe 8:15 a-m. 8:i5 %. m. Bible 10:45 |. m, fpak." , 6 p.m. Bible Class 7; 30 jp. m. £veplg| Worship OF E, 8th N. and Bell Streets F$ey. g e ?se §raye§, pastor 10 a.m. Sunday School, Joe E, Monk, Supt. U a.m. Morning Worship 7; 45 p,m. Evening Worship RISING STAR MISSIONARY BAPTIST QHURQH 7QQ Oak Street « Hope Mr§. Lulji pigqee, Qhurch glerk Rey, M, S, Riley, Pa§tor g:45 s.m. Sunday School U a.m. Morning Worship 6 p.m. BTU Hour 7:30 p.m. Evening Worship Monday ?:30 p.m. General Mission 7; 30 p.m. Youth Choir Practice 7:30 p.m. Brotherhooe} Clul? T«es.d,ay 7:30 p.m. Ushers Board Meeting (Second and Fourth Tuesday) 7:3Q p.m. Pcacpncss and, Trustee Ladies (First and Third Tu.cs.) Wednesday 7 p.m. Mid-Week Prayer Meeting 7:30 p.m. Church School Teachers How Many Beans... Perhaps you, too, stood outside a store window in your youth and tried to estimate the number of beans in a display. Guessing the circulation of a newspaper was once quite a game for advertisers, too. But the Audit Bureau of Circulations took all the chance out of this game. A.B.C.- auditors don't stand outside and estimate—they come inside the publisher's office and count, When the auditor is finished and his precise findings published, well there's just no room for guessing. It's all there in his report—how much circulation, where copies were circulated, how much people paid, and some of the reasons why the people bought our paper, There's uo reason to guess about the circulation audience you get when you advertise in our paper, The facts are down in black and white for you to see, Ask for a copy of our latest A.B.O, report, C.M.E. Rev. W. T^ B*y& Sartor §:3Q a.m. Church School Jrs. A'an^e Bell Yefgur, Supi 10:45 a.m. Mojx>iq!g .. e;3Q p.m. lYounj; Ppopk-'s Meet- 7:30 p.m. Senior Chojr Practice 7:30 p.m. Mother Board Meeting (Segonc| and Fo«th Thursday) Fridjy i 7:30 p.m. Gospel Chorus Practice (Fir*! and Third Frdiay) Ciaton Epps, Church Treasurer U. J,. Fi,nu:Kc Clerk ^WWH^^^^^B ^^Sl^i^^ ^^f^Bt^ ^^B||F" *T}>9 Avjdjt Bureau, c-J Circulations '» ; non-prof^ cjrcul^tiojj auditing £SRoei&tM whose rgprsscjjtatiyes jeguj,jjrly visjt wpmlw? publisher* 5 pllicei §o4 Wfepse jswts prpyjdjB facts juj f aclj PMM&stjcjj's circulation. V?Jpw» of our latest A.B.Q.. report are 8Y9JlaMe ia interested persons HALLMARK CIRCULATION VALUE Cfc

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