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2---NMTHWtfT ARKAN1AI TIMtl, Fy«tM*ilk, Arkomw, Saturday, January 12, 19S2 Church News Series Of Baptist RalIies . Announced By B. L Bridges Tlic Arkansas Hnpti*l Slntr Conventiw». thrmteh all of i l s . drpiirtmcn!. 1 -, i n M i t u l i u n * anri; ngrncirs wjll Fponnnr a fcnes n f j forty denominational r a 1 1 i e t-. Ihrmishout Ihr M « t r b c c l n n i n f m - j dny !hrnn/:Ii Krhi'uary 22, accord-i iiiK to an announrctnent this w c r l t j by H. L. Brjdpcs. executive f p c r c - t t.iry. The Wash!natnn-M«dism j As.vncifitK.in \ v i l l inccl with Ih Kinl Baptist Church in Spring tlalc. Monday, vvith the Jlcv. Stan Icy Jnrdan as host pnstor. i I'i\c (cams of IS members oju-h,! w i t h each Iciim soiny i n t o eichl different nf-snciatiuiis, w i l l present n pfORrnrn on all phases of Riipl iil work Juiri life Rpnnsoicti by the convention. Team leariorr- arc lo he Dale Cowling, Male B. S. U. secretary; Kdgiir W i l l i a m son, M a t e Sunday School suprr- Intenrlcnt; R a l p h W. Davis, j t i a t r Training Union director; C'. \V, Caldwell, stair superintendent nf mission*;; and L. K. Colemnn, as- Kifitant Mate secretary of the con- vchlion. The" projrnnn theme fr the rallies will br-. ''Worklnp Together for Christ." Other d e p s r t t n c n t and inslihljirmal heads nf the conven- iinn are: M. I.. Unties, e x e c u t i v e hoarri; Nelson K, Tull, brnthoi 1 - hrxxl; Mis. H. W. Niiuniipr, ( h u i c h nniMc; Mi. t- -s N'ancy Cooper, Worn- nn's Mlf.'iionary U n i o n ; H. II. Duncan, AtkaiiKa.s llaptiM J'ajirr; John A. (iilbrCf'ilh, ArkariSris Hnjiii. 1 -! Hospital; II. C. Seefeldl, HtiiKun. 1 - Hiiplist O r p h a n n K f 1 ; H. A. JI;i?;- wcll. O u a c h i t a Baptist College; H. K. W i l l i a m x , Southern Hnpli;;l College; Miss B l n n c h e May.\ Bap- l i p t Book Store. Dr. MrirlRos ir. H!PO acting K r r r c t n r y of I h n A r - j kanpns Baptist Foundation. Anniversary Rally, Tonight At Uark Bowl Washington Cnunly Y u u l h K«r ChriKl \ v i l l - n i e e t t o n l p h t wi 7:IJO o'clock in t h e U a r k Howl lor t h e f-rconrt n n n t v c r s u r y ratty, which will he open in the public. The Hrv. H i l l Dowcll nf .S|iiiiK- field, Mo., w i l l be the ^poik'.-r for Ihc fvcniiiR, iind iiiu.-iic w i l l be furnisher! by musicians from S p r i n g f i e l d , nirhiird (Irner w i l l lead fhr sinxiriir. Ministers Close Old Year With Report Of Projects Edward Brubaker, D. L. Dvkes, Jr.. and Donald Walker -Puska TIMESFOTO The A l l i a n c e sponsored Day o l ' Prayer for Peace in the world; Kreat h e l p to th« croups mcn- lioncci m a k i n g possible a day of rest fnr thtwe who arc com- meicially involved; The A l l i a n c e worked w i t h jind xccurrri the nftrccincnt of t h e merchants of F a y r l l c v i l l c to clnsc', the stoics d u i i n u the hour of Christian Missionaries Report Converts On Koje Island, Off Korean Coast Rev. Mayo.To Visit the stores c l u i i n c me nour m m e ; -, m u n i n n Ciontl Friflay service. T h e 1 1 nmm|HpP K flH^ m e r c h a n t s were most i n o p e r a t i v e : l A J I I I I I I I M G C I I U I I J Service For Day 01 Prayer and t h e i r action possible une 'f helped lo make the larprst at- tcnd;inccs over present at this yearly u n i o n service. A special o f f e r i n g at t h i s service for Church World Service, the i n t e r denominational relief nficncy for work at home and abroad, a m o u n t e d to S7H. The f o r m a t i o n nf an inrlcpcnd- The World Day of Prayer Comm i t t e e mot Thursday at 9:45 a. m.. at the home of Mrs. .Inc Brennan. Plans were made for World Day cnt sroup. the n d i u i o u s Workers n f [i ravci . | n he held Friday, Keb- A.soi'lntinn of the Univcisily, was] r u a r y js i n ( 2 p. m., in Central jicthcxlisl Church. The 1952 ihome for the prayer service is . sponsored by the Alliance, settinc up t h i s croup which now meets rcKtiliirly to work nut common | "Christ Our Hope." slrntcjry nn the special pioblcmS| Worship service as outlined hy the U n i t e d Council was approved lived in work w i t h the stu dents at the University; most complete reliKious and bp used. It is divided inlo nine d i f f e r e n t parts and pray- prefcrencc census t a k e n in Fay-; Cr5t which will be taken by rcpre- l! O. II. P. K I N G Koje Island. K'uea-M'i-Chris- lifln inij-'sionaries of all i a i t h s arc working ninuiiK the 170.i)(K! prisoners of war and c i v i l i a n internees un this island u f f the South Korean ena-.l. They report Pome converts. Up to 7,00(1 attend Slwday religious services ai "0 d i f f e r e n t locations on the island. As many as 1,00(1 allenr! week-day Bible classes. The Rev. I3rucc A. C u m m i n ^ s who spent 11 years in Korea before World War II, estimated t h a t "Not more than 1 per cent were Christians to bcjrin with ami now the total is aljout five per cent."' A n g l i c a n Bishop Cecil Cooper, missing and believed a prisoner of the Reds, estimated in Seoul he/ore the war that about f i v e per! at Wiggins Melor the U n i t e d Al i l s l e ^ u l a r m o n t l i l y m i - d i n n Hus week the ue\v o f f i c e r s "f the Fayellc\ i l l e Ministerial A l l i a n c e ' w i t h all Hunches of the city open} luiik o f f i c e . I). I.. Dykes', Jr.. is! for p r a y e r d u r i n g Ihe day a n d ' iinw president of thc crimp, Ktl- e u l i n i n i i l i i i s In a special u n i o n ! v.iini l l r i i h n k r r , vice president,! service at the close "f the c l u y i and Donald W a l k e r , sra-clary. J w i t h Dr. J. W. Storcr as t h e l In dnKinK Ihe uii: year Ihe rc: speaker; I l i r i i i " olliceis poinl oul thc f n l - i A project w i l h special i l i f f i - | low-in" m a j o r a c t i v i l i c s w h i c h ' c u l l i e s w a s successfully cum-1 j w c i e cairii.'ij on as the work n f ; pictcd w i t h t h e aiiicciv.ent uf n l l j Visiting here cent of all Koreans were Chris-, mnrial Church lians. Cummin;rs t a n a t i v e of Evangelistic Effort bein* held t h i j , . Raltimore.; said converts must; month by the Methodist churches, other e f f o r t of this croup. A f f r o u p , c h u r c h c s _ Prayer leaders will be! hmv reasoll! , blc evidence of p e r - ' i s the Rev. William Mayo, pastor of 325 workers was assembled j in c o s t u m c . Three members of t h e ! , , c o n v i c l i o n , or si . months.! of the Trinity Methodist Church in choir of each church represented I T h c n thcjr ar( , Rh . cn n n c x a m i n i i - ' A l e x a n d r i a . La. He has had con- and the work completed w i t h s t a f f s of the churches and specially hliert help; The a n n u a l Union Thanksgiving service was held w i t h more' t h a n .100 a t t e n d i n g and an o f f e r - ing nf S20S.R5 beinii sent to! ·'CADI:'." for Korea; will make up the choir. Posters and programs w i l l be sent to representatives of each church when they arc received. I Lutheran Church mini.Meis K a y e t l e v i l l e n m l j Ihe A l l i a n c e in 11)31: Th;oui;li o f f e r i n g s in Ihei many f r o m the Mirroundinir a r e a . j j e h u i c h e s of the cily it raised a n d i the f l o r i s t s , and Ihe cemeteries! ' j;ave lu Hie Sludenl Kxchan^e! and the f u n e r a l rtireclors of t h e ; i Fund, for l i r i i i K i n c f o r e i g n stu-! c i l y to r e f r a i n from holding f u - j d c n l s lo the University, a sum u f j n e r a l s on Sunday. The achicve- $l00; i nient of this has been a source o f i liancc, w o r k i n g w i t h station i p y K G I I H has supplied the personnel; P U j i [iCW for the morninc devotion period! heard each week-day morning ofi The purchase of n new parson- thc year; catechumens ; sidcrablc experience and success probationers. A f t e r another six in evangelism, haviny held a n u m - tion and become months thcy are eligible for b a p - , her of revivals in each of thro tism. ' districts in Louisiana. He has also "They could put many of our Jed in the ( r a i n i n g of men for this , own church people at home t o j i y p e prnjrram. and has just corn- shame with their knowledge a n d i p l c t c d one in his own church practice of Christian principles,"j Mr. Mayo received his A.B. Dc- Cummings said. | Krce from L. S. U., and his B.D. "It would be foolish to su!Mcsl j Octree from S. M . U . that every person who professes ~'~ - ~= Select From This List the Church of Your Choice... Then Attend riftIT BAPT1IT WALTER I, JOKNKON. Tutor ' t:M ft m Hunijijj School 10:511 «? ni Mornlni Worship Sfrninn: * ( A Look I n t o l l t n v f n " Anthem; "Opt.n Our- Eye*" *:3ti p m rinpllil rmnuni Union 7'3 n p m Eventm Worihip Btrriion: "Thr Church N»nr fi»l«n'i Throne" .4. CENTRAL PRESBYTERIAN C KDWAHO ARUftAKKR. Pallor William E Gltwon, Minuter to Slu- «tnl« 14S a m C h u r r h School 1H:50 *. m Mnrnin* Wnrnhip Tielutlc: "Bfiie(1lcluii"-~Ro«'lry Anthem: "The H«Mvrns Arc Tcllini" Kermon: Edward H r u b n k r r 5;PO n. m. Hlfh School W m f m l n i l r r .00 p ill- Fellowthlp it - - ...... ,, t Wmlminitcr Houtc FIRST PRESBVTEIIIAII ;AMM W BUTLEK JR . I'Mlar WIEliam E Citwon, Hlniitar lo itu- ·tnti f:4S · in Sundny School 10:U Mnrnlni Wonhlp Anthem: "Hcnr My J 1 rny*r" -- Jnmr»- Siicklcn Sermon: "CrucUM W*1h Chri»t"-- Rrv. WIlliRin E. Glhiou The I^orri 1 * Supper ( Q i m r t e r l y Oh- Mrv«nce} 4:M p. m, Jr.-Hf Frllownhln 6:0(1 p. m Wrilml'.istcr f'rllnwihlp ·upper m the StucletUCcnirr M»rrlcri Sludrnti' Svipper. Student Center, Tueidiy, fl p. in. ,, ·T. PAULI EPISCOPAL. MARIUS J IJNULorr, R*ttor feiit of ihe Epiphany ·'··' · * * * 8:00 .K m Itoiy CoiDinunion * fl.'O H m f'nmll\ Servtrt 11:00 » Kcrmnn m. Morntni Pmyrr and m Vnimii C h u r c h m f n CENTRAL MCTHODIBT O U DYKES. JR. Paitnr 9.00 ft. rr. Col iff* S t u d e n t Coffe* Hour ?:M « in. 5und« School · 10.« a m fclornln* Wor»hi» Anlhrm: "Thr MvlnK God"-- O'Hur* --Mrs, Hnrrclt Hull lrn "How Beimttiul nrc the ' CENTRAL CHRISTIAN FRED H U C K E L R U m . Pallor 40S W«l Rock Shpfli 10. (Hi a m Hihl* Hell on] 11.00 a m Wonhlp Service Communion ·ermon . 1:4.^ p m -- Yu.Mh M r f t m i 7: W- Evening K v a n n c M t t t c Service and Communlnn '-10 v n\ Weuneiday-J'raycr Mntlni + U N I T A H I A N FELLOWSHIP Game royjn Student U n i o n . 11 a. m + CHURCH OF THL N A Z A R E N E J. G. COROELL. PuKlor South Locum Sircet ·:4S a. m. Sunday Nctuml 11:90 a. tn. M n r n l n i Worth ip «:.·» p. m. N. Y. P. S. Prayer Medina; «.:4.1 p m. N. Y. P S. P n - K i a i n *:4ft p, m. A d u l t . Prayer Hit ml 7:."W p. m. Kvanielliiic Kcrvu-r Werintidny, 7:30 p. m.. Prnyer Meel- Thunday. 7:00 p. in.. Visitation ·f Btpliit Ford Communlly Church First Sunday ll:i» a. m. Rev Dean Parker Second Sunday 11:00 a. m. Hcv U. H Laudcrback Third Sunday 11:90 Charted Anderton Rev. Fourth Sunday: 11:00 a. in Rv C. Er^-fn V. 10:00 Vchool a. m Each Sunday, Sunclny ELK1NS C O M M U N I T Y CHURCH L I N C O L N BAPTIST C H U R C H I A M K H K CARTt-Jlt. Sll|icrilltcn[lcnl i JKSSK C. C O I . K M A N . I'aMor I : I K I a in. M o r i i i n g Worship r, (.1 p m. H-i|iliil Trniiiinx Unioi SECOND B».PTIST N V UllAMv IMIHT V:4S A m Sunday school. HI 45 n Hi Moritnu '.Virihlp. 7.00 p m £vellinff Worihip. Wodncmliiy fl p m i'r*jrr Srrvtrc -r WEST FOHK ASSEMBLY OF GOD U l t A M I A M anil .slhtl.K. Pii5lor» IM.'i it m. S u n d a y School 11 l»i Mm n u t s W o r s h i p f .1(1 p. in. C h r l K l AinhHisadur Service; I. "(I p. III. J u i i l u r C A ' S r r v k - f person complete!}'," lie added, i -] c ,, : CENTRAL ASSEMBLY CHUHCH IKlll Koulli M i l l Klri-rl UEHYI. £. H K T I I . I'liMnr P 1." a. 111. S i l n n n y Schr.ol ? nil p. in. Deliverance Message and T .HI School Citizenship Project a n d : unsolicited c o n t r i b u t i o n in t h c c stiirtv r.roun but the nbovc sive a m o u n l of S100. was received from! Attendance Mime indication of the l i f e a n d ' a Fayettcville business man, by j is p u r e l y v o l u n t a r y work of Ihe croup. ' c h u r c h representative?. Also. M r . . . 1 he Rev. Harold The f i r s t project for Ihe new and Mrs. Terry Hushing, former Berkeley, i_.ini.. o f f i c e r s lo carry through w i l l he; owners of Ihe house, marie a e i f t thc completion nf a r r a n s c m e n t s ' o f a broadloom rug for the l i v i n g w i l h Ihc yciiine people's c o m m i t - ' room. ·The Call" of the U n i t e d ! · Y o u t h Movements, a r e l i g i o u s service: Ice f C h r i s t i a n Mi'dinjc und Uihlc WEDINOTON METHODIST CHVRCH A 1; RIGGS. f»iior 10:10 a. m. fittndxv School H:iw a, m. unit 7:30 p. m. Preaching ftcrvicvi nn fourth and r u t h .Sundays CUMBERLAND PRESBYTERIAN ·ILL BAHNE.S. Pallor f07 Doullal Street f:« ·. m. Sunday School. 7:09 p m. Evening Wonhlp WEST FOIIK BAPTIST R H. REED. I'Mior BRENTWOOD C O M M U N I T Y CHURCH I'lislnrs--llcy. Otha T.-irkt-tt and R u v Hrx Morcnn I0.no n. in Sunday School 11.mi n. in. Strnion 7 .".0 p. in. EvciunK Service fi:00 p. m Fiuliiy niKlu. liiu;e i l u d j mid pruyrr mcollna W I G G I N S MEMORIAL METHODI8T A R N O L D SIMPSON. I'ailnr I Soulh Church «ncl T h i r d SlrecM 11 :· ii. ni. Church School | 11:1)0 n. in Mormnrf Worship I fi::o p m Youth Krllowihlp 7:"o p m K \ c n l n K \\'orihip I C l i r i x l i n n s Soncs--\VoslPi 1 Choir o[ Crnir.il MclhodHt. JncK Wlnc«arl. ili- rrctor I.4A a rn. Sunday School. T h i - m ; - - H » n n r l - M r « . W. "J. S m o l h r r i ; " : *1 ·· m Mornlni Woi«l- Wrnwn; i" L. Dk«, Jr. !:?5 P m ?«»"."' IW 1 " 1 ."" U n l o n ft 00 p in. Weslt-y roundallop 0(1 p in Voulh Group* 7:311 p. ni Evening Servlrv . A n t h e m : "O Brcud of lAtt"-- Chrli- liniutrii Nnlo: nichnrd Urrer Sermon: D. L. Uyko. Jr. Brosdrmt over K G H H FIRST CHRISTIAN KODtRl MorrtTT. Pulor l:*i fiundiy ichool l f M Mornlni Worihtfi Sermon: * I D«lenrtii J r r u m l r m " b;3Q p m Cltrtituii V u u i h f'tllow- ·hlp and Chi Rhn Fflhiwihip FIRST CHURCH Of CHRIST. SCIENTIST 9.30 * m Suiulny School in 4.', · 111 Sundnv W d r t J i f n Frrmnn: "What You Preach" 2 iXl p n* A n n u l ) M e e t i n g of Vul- tw 1 Assembly 7 DO p m. "Venture ttl K w i l h " Kod*chromc dim. Student Center jul- jKcent to tht church ST. JOHN'S LUTHERAN Arkiiun Mnd Dlekson Tel 641 or 3TX' rRCDERICK GUMZ. Piitliir :,10 |. m Sunday Sfhpo] lft:4S M. m Sunday Worship Sermon: "fleit for Your We#ry Soul." M* 1 1 hew 1 1 , :8-30 + GREENLAND CHUhCH OF CHRIST OR1S SALVm. Mmut*! 10.00 « m Church vchool. 11:00 · m Serruo* 1) 45 · m Communion S«rvlrt T 30 p m Song Service and 8ibt» fttudy ·f ·T. JOSEPH'S CATHOLIC fATHER c n W A H D » MALOY Pmior Sunday Matie 8.00 mid 10 00 K. m Thur*rt»y. 7'30 p. m Novena MBMCI. Drvotinn* Weekday Mail. Monday th-oiifh rrtday. 7 Faiurdi? Mi5* i M) a n. Firit Friday Mai", l.uo · m. Flrit Saturday Ma*«. 7 00 « m. Confe»iioni 7 M to 1 00 p m and btfor* ell M.u«i -Eveninc Worihip -f BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH ROY W. RCCI). T..11 Mission Strccl ».4,l · m Sundny School ll:(Hi · m Morning Worship fi.W p. m T r m n i n E U n i n n 7:,1(l p m. Evenlnj Srrvice Midweek I'ruy**- Service-- Wedi.?*Uy ·. m- 7 CENTRAL BAPTIST JACK UEAN Pa.lur 941 n m iundnv School. id so M m Morntni Worship 7:00 p m BaphJl TminmK Counc H.IKI p m Evening U'onhip H W p m Wednctdiy. Fiaj-ti per- vie* + PULL GOSPEL TABERNACLE TUMMY UIBMS fmior 10. iw a m bunda.v befool. I 1:00 A in Prenchinc 7:t t' "" t v a n f e l l n u c *ervt~e W«dn*irt».v, 7:30 p m Midwrck P r u v e r Service Fridiij-, 730 p m PVI'A Scrv-tf + BLACK OAE BAPTIST H O W A R D I ' H I C H A H U I'mlor Ifl M * m Sundn.v School II M » m PrtJichtn* Service 7.00 p m Tminmc U n m n s (Hi p in PrrjirhiiiK scrvit'« Thurirlay 7 30 p in 1 ' r n j f r nu'Ctinji ·f GOSHCN METHODIST S M. Y A N C K Y . P«tor 10.00 * in Mindny Sfrtncl 11 00 · m Morning Wonhip 7 00 p m r.vcninu \ r o r » h i p FAYETTEVILLE BIB^E MISSION MO BLOCK SOUTH COLL.Uifc I n t t r d r n o m l n i t i r m a l HOMF;n MOUTTET. P.iMfir 9 ii · in SMIHK.V hcnum 11 (Kl » m Morning W o r s h i p f- 15 r m Yininc Prnplri Srr\ iro» 7.fn p in K v « n i c l i * t i v Service. J u n i n r Choir u i U n i r r t S n t u i . l r t y A ! W r d n c j d J t j , 7.1(1 p i n . P r a j r r M r c t - WEST FORK CHRISTIAN pr School JOHN ASHbLL, Mn 3.4.'. a. in Chun- 1LOJ H in Morn v'oinmuninn Preaching every IWEST ronic PRESBYTEHIAN ! Hr»t Anri Third iungari I Suivlay School a.sn a m. i Kvcnlns W n r n h l p 7..in p in. If ·.!!« And f«urlh t u n d a y i M o i n i n e W.,r»hi|. !l ;'ll a m. Mind.iy Schnnl lfl:.in ^ in E v e n i n g Worship 7:.1(1 p. m. W Y M A N COMMUNITY CHURCH 10 on n. ni -Hnrnlny Si-honl H l" .1 ill M n r n l n c iinr.hir fU-v J o h n Asbcll. Second Sund.iy CDSHEN CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE C A R L FIEDI.KM Paslnr 10:00 n i.. Sunony Si-honl 11 00 M rn Worship Scrvic':! ( 7:.10 p m Worship Scrvlcer SYCAMORE BAPTIST C H U R C H ! Whi-rlpr. Ark. K M TETER. Pmlor ]()0(l n tn. Sundny School I1H3 a m M o u i l n j Worship 7:011 p. m llaplln Tralnlni; Union V '.1II P in Kvrninii Worship U r d n c s d a y 7..-.0 p in., i.tid-wcck mass service of committee which seeks to enlist Ihe support of all trie youth in F a y e t t c v i l l c . Announcements ns Worship and JOHNSON CHURCH OF CHRIST BILL K bMlTU. Minislrr Hit-lc S'udy Worship hcrvi ' . 110 p in \\oi.«.luii n i j r r M c t t l n K W i-d CInitics -f Ht 7 3 0 St. Paul's Plans New Parish House Feas-I Of Lights To Be Held Al St. Paul's Cfntral Mtthodint Church W.S.C.S Circles of Ihc _ iMclhocMsl Church will meet M o n i s ! l i 1 day as follows: Circle one. Mrs. Lynn Chcmell. 4 1 4 York. 2 p. m.; Circle two, Mrs. Bill A d a i r , 42! North Olive. 1:30 p. m.: Circle three, Mrs. L o w e l l SI. Paul's a n n u a l Parish m e e t - ' C h a n e y , 31! SI. Charles, 2 p. m: inp was held Monday evening i n j Circle four. Mrs. Clay Yoe, 204 Ihe Uark Bowl w i l h the arrange- East D a v i d s o n . 1:30 p. m.: mcnts in charge of Ihe Board of| Circle five. Mrs. M. L. Price, 512 the Women's A u x i l i a r y of St. i North H i g h l a n d . 2 p. m.; { ;U jV S- I Circle seven, Mrs. .1. D. Kdmis- Ucporls wore Riven d i i r i n E t h e ' t o n . ;tfll Sutlon, 1:30 p. m.: mcctniK hy F r a n k Kigali, s e n i o r j Circle cighl, Mrs. Hugh Kinwarden: Mrs. Clivc Lane, Worn-: caid. 930 North Park, 1:30]). m.: Voc-lkcl o f ; veteran of 23' vears' service in Korea, r r t u r n c d . with C. N. forces which landed ; | Inchon in September. l!'"i". He, n n m e d i a l c l y heRan w o r k i n g ^ amoiv^ prisoners '=f war. l i e ' i s enthusiastic over procrcss.! Thrr(1 w i l , fe|; a 5ervit . e of th . ' "There arc I.2CO prisoners of w a r , ^.^^ nf { ^ M; . hc]t] bv t h e ynuna enrolled in Ihe Bible I n s t i t u t e ami | C hi,i- c hoicn nt St. Paul's Epis- I Church a? 7 p. rn., Sunday, ' ·h \vill be open to all who wish to attend. . \ a l i n n a l l y Ihe y o u t h of Ihe church has taken this as a dedicatory service and their program of evangelism. It is an ancient rile which has come down from ( h e f i f t h century a n d always takes place on Kpilhany or w i t h i n the Octavo. It symbolizes the spread of C h r i s t i a n i t y throughout the | more than I .film others study the cnp!1 , Central! B i h l c correspondence course," h c , w h i r h said. Methodius Of Two States To Meet At Rogers Church nopcrP-'SpCL-iiU'-Eighty ministers nf Methodist Churches in Arkansas nnd Louisiana will ns- ,, . , d th( , ^ · ^ ( h u s , )bn| . . , . t h n s t , the I isht of he a first meeting in a scries o f ' W o r l r l . rhcn fmm this candle the special cvnnnclistic scrvk-i's. The candclahra are lighted as t h e . - .semble in Ruyer, January IA f o r ! rn's A u x i l i a r y ; C.'iinlyn Slrvrn- Circle nine. Mis. E. Ii. Hook,! services will c o n t i n u e throuj'Ji nnnies nf the apostles are read, son YniniK Churchmen; M a r y ' M l . Sequnynh. 1:3(1 p. m.; ^ M n n u i t r y 27, thc host m i n i s t e r , t h c ^ S t . Paul's name is arlrtcr, lo Ihe Ann Sharp, J u n i o r Y o u n p| Circle 1(1, Mrs, Coy Ka.vlor, 9^0 ' R e v . Vrrnnn E. Chiilfant, lius Or. E. W. Eckard.j VHiidevcnter. 2 p. m.; Circle 11, Mrs. E. H. Saylc, 1210 CENTRAL ASSEMBLY OF GOD 6I.T Soulh Cnllrcc ii i. BAYI.LSS. !·«,(,,, 9 ^S a m Sunday School. ll:«l » m M o r n i n t W n r t h l p 6.30 p m Voiine I'cnpIO mcrllnn 7^10 p ni K v n n K C ] l ? t i c Srrvicf 30 p m Thursdnj'. Prnyer meet- Churchmen; treasurer's report. Three members \vcre elected to. C l e v e l a n d , I:. 1 )!) p. m. the Vestry h y I h e parishioners t n | . . . . serve for a three year term. Thcy : First Baptist Church are Dr. V. W. Arikisson, Shirley, and. Dean .John maker, who O z d c n j Circle six of the First Baptist Shoc-j ChniTh will meet Alnndny nt 7:30 p. ni. \vilh Mrs. A r l a n Jones, 115 PON'S CHAPEL. S M I L E S KAST ON H I G H W A Y « ;i :H) a ni Sun^iiy Sfhunt S i i - i c i i i i l i i n d c n l -- T u r n e r Bunin Auxilla-y cvcrj- tuuflli MuudJij' ?.(W P m. 1 F A R M I N G T O N BAPTIST I) M KIU-JJS. I'.i-tlnr l) mi ;i in Sinid.u Si lino! l l . n d ii tn M r n i i i £ \V(inthi[) i -~" )i ni. Hr-pli.M '1 r A i m i i K lliiion 7 '.',» p in Kvni'.Rfh.ilir Scrvirr Wciiiu-.s(i,i 7.01J p. in. I'r.ij-cr Meet- r I F A R M I N G T O N METHODIST ' -\ .- H l U f J S Prtator lu I'd A m humi.ir bchuo. I I t'i) a in «nd T.Til p n\ 1'rcai-liliiB [ Service on ftn.i. Second ano Thiro S l I I U l H i * NORTH SIDL ASSEMBLY OF GOD Jj.A.Ml'M. E H H U C K . P.ntnr 10 IKi a m Sum!:,v Schnol 11 t'fl a in Srrinnn 7 ;;i p m »;v»iu;oli^lir S c r v u f t TursfLty. Vounr People i C A Scr vii'M 7:3" i m fruijiy Praj'-r Srrvicc. Mi p m C A L V A R Y BAPTIST CHURCH W I' ML'KCIMSOK. f'B.Mftr Lcvcrnn nnd Ycru airecli 9 no n m Junior Choir. 3.4:i a :r. yund:..r School ·11:00 a . m. Morning Worship B-.10 p m Traliiiii K Service 7:.1I) p m Evrnjni! W n r t h i p Wrrtncsriay. O f f i c r r x and Teachers Mpctlni; 7 p. ni , Oihlo Study 7 30 p ni. nnd Choir Practlre. « p ni IMMANUEL BAPTISL CHUHCH | G W MORRISON. Pastor Cornrr Uilm-an anil Ston« 9 '" a m fcunttav Srhooi tit ;. r i M o r n i n c V'nr«nip 6·t.^ Baptist I r a l n m f Union 7-r.n KvcninE Worship ' Wodncniay. g p. in.. Prayer Service -I, FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD j U O N A M J WALKr.H. Pmlor fl:-"i H rn Sunday School. 11.(in a tn Preachinjt. fi nn p m V P Clan. 7..TO p ni Kvungcli^tic Srrvtr« "·iHO p m rriday. B-.ble t t u d y 7:.10 p m Tuesday. C A iervic« O A K L A N D BAPTIST iSiv Miles N o r t n c a s t ) 1 S V.'HITKLEY. Pasior Hi thi x m Sunday Srhuc!. It 00 a ni Miiriiinc Worship 7 .10 p m RVPTC 11 he installed tomorrow morninc; ;it the 11 o'clock; Virginia, service at Ihc church. A s i R i i i f i c a n t project hy the parish is the b u i l new imriph hnusc. The Vestry w a p s Presbyterian Church will hold its ;iUcd to proceed immediately with plans for conslruction. favored' iiiE of a : Central Prcshj-tfrian Church The f i f t h circle of the C e n t r a l 12 apostles and nne cannon need. · (}\c \c. nlsti dcsifinatod as All Sainls. The Roscrs contjregation « » n « P : F n j m \^^ c candles, the members ± sNfS^SS ^ : of the choir , ig ,,t the tapers which ! nhC r-l^r^ r n C cffcTMA^! ~.in B M this s e r v i c e ^ . , vance,of the Arkansas-Louisiana '. he Barry Pyeait. Lessons will be aroa '. read ly Gre^K Payne, first lesson A list of planning commiltees to , and Pass Trumbo. second lesson. carry on the work here is headed* Barrett -Penick. Ashton Byroado, by Mr. C h a l f a n l on the p l a n n i n n j W i l l i a m K i l l s and Harry Hamil. coinmittccs; Sam Woodcock, . ton scrvc i t u a l c h a i r m a n : Sam W h i l n k u 1 , ) ' Public Service Committee; Claude acolvles. ? ~0 n Kv i P A R K S D A L E BAPTIST j M K N N l . H |).U I. 1 -. I'.i-dur AIU.I;.\ MosTi;u,.\u A^-ISM Wednesday. 7:30 p nini tor j PRQVIDEMCE BAPTIST CHURCH OF CHIUIT FRED MeCLUNG. Mlmmr Wfn Cfnier «na Nonn LOCIMI *.45 · m Bible t i u O y . 1031 * m Mornini Wonhlp ·frrnmi: "Thr M i l f n n i u m Hfl» Already Conn 1 " 7:00 p m Cliiirj 7'.ID p ni Worship Scr vie* Srrmon: "Thlnji We Know" f.M * m., Wednfidny. L«dl«i Bih;- 7:3t p m Wcdneidty. P r * y 11' w «*»n««»«y nUM MMllnc ind Alblc Study for ·![ MM ' * rrvtcfl - SUGAR M O U N T A I N BAPTIST nr.- K M O K t i A N . Pn^ini A R U M MOSTKt.l.BR. A ^ n l m t i I ' ^ t l t i tn (VI « m S i u i f l n v Si houl Wednesday p r a y e r rncrlint; ul 7 ;i p m. Should A i i j H I G H L A * D COMMUNITY m Sunday !i hut 1 U 15 ·. m Morning \Vorthip ht. 7.30 p m.. Prayer WALNUT. GROVE C O M M U N I T Y CHURCH F'irit M.ncUy -- 11 IK) * in - M o r n i n g S*mrr Second S\inrfjiy-- 7 .10 p m -- r v r n i n n Srrvirf Third Sundiiy- 7.-0 p in - Fveninfl Vrvic« JOHNSON BAPTIST CHURCH F. M UH;LK. I ' ^ t o r \ \ o r - - t i i j ) · l i . n t i i n c l'.\;inKeli» SEVtMTH D A Y ADVEHTIIT S A ' I C H U A V i n (i n m .s 11 FKI n fi .1(1 |i : no ,- Thurac me ni M o r n i n s W n r « h t p . in 'I r.nninr U n i o n m Kvann^lisliL 1 Scrvirr ay. 7:30 p m , Prnyer Meet- Turiii ."iO ;i I'r S A I . H M M l f i S I O N A R Y BAPTIST W II S H A H I ' I'.iMur ,'^x M i l . * ti'irlli\\rit 10 M H in Suiiit-tv Si hnnl 11 00 ii in M n r n i n i : \Vnrit]lp 7 "H p in K v P t u n c Worship \\ r d m - M i n y . 7 r.O p m . I' r fl y e CHUllCH OF JESUS CHRIST Of LMTEH DAY SAINTS -IAMT tf n.CTrilKH 1'lifrr Siiidrnt U n i n n Hint- Ito-im 10 .10 n in .Sunday Srhool JEHOVAH'i WtTNCftftCS 3rd Floor Rrd CroM Oruj Bldg Wednttday. 7:30 p m nook 5tud/ Friday, 7:30 p. m Srrvlec mf*hn Pridi} 1 , Ml p. m.. Theocratic Mln- iitry School ·unflnv, J:M p in., W a l r h t c m r r Study As.A Community Development the Following Business Firms Dedicate This Schedule · Arkansas Western Gas Co, tBoston Store «Cy Carney Appliance Co. ·Campbell-Bel! .·Foyttttville Drug Store ·Hatfield Pontiac Co, ·Hunt's ·Ozark Cleaners ·Ozark Grocer Co. ,.V C ', Penne y C °'^ tW ' G - Sh 'P lc V Baking Co., inc. ·Southwestern Gas Electric Co. ·Vicker's, Inc. · Whiffitld Motor Co. O R K E N L A N D COMMUNITY U O H K R T P A R K K M I'.isiin 9 A:, * m Sunday Sriical U *w A in MorrunR Wnrshtv. Thursday 710 p i n , m i d w r c k nsr i v c i ltd liy the Ri-v J a c h Taylor + APOSTOLIC F A I T H CHURCH N K O l - A MOORK. PES'or HiKhu.iv 71 South M) on A m Sunday Srlmol 11 00 a in M o r n i n x S c r v i f * 7-.10 p n C v H i i f i r t l i t i r Sorvue Wrdnc^djiy. 7;.1ft p m . MM wff ST. J A M E S BAPTIST I W W t n n Pastor i n ; n n in S u n d n y St hnui I I "rt H m Mornlni; W o r s h i p $ 00 p in VounR People * nirHlni h (W p m K v f l n f f t l l i H r Kervlrt + ST. JAMES METHODIST (M««ro) A I. I U 1 C H A N A N P.ntor 9-4S H m SumU School M 00 H m M n n i i n c Wonhlp f. 4^ p in Y o u t h Olln*-*h1p 7 W) p m SMihl Sfrlcei Christian Youth Seeks 350 Enlistments Sponsored hy the Ur.ilcd Chris- j n o n l h i y n.e.in, T^ctay al .he ^^'^"S^oin^^ homo of Mrs. O. U. M c M i l l c n . j .,,,,, M ,. s . cliu , ( | 0 D u i v , L , n ; CI l;,i,,. 508 Lindcll. Misses Etha and I u CommiU cc. Hazel Johnson w i l l be co-hoft-l Ho| . c t | lal , 50 momhrr; of CCH- ci-scs. iral Melhoriist Ctuircll will he nc live on thc six special committees. West Fork St. Taill'l Episcopal Churrh The A l t a r Guild w i l l meet Wednesday at l(l:.10 a. m. in the G u i l d Headley, Music Minister Women of the Christian Cliurch wnre to hold a rummage sale at Etllin's Shoe Store Saturday, Janu a r y 12. Air. and Mrs. Gcorpe Kirsch and tlalighter of Fayctteville were Sunday puests of Mr. and Mr?. W. . Ma honey. The Garden Club met Tuesday a f t e r n o o n w i t h three members pn:$ont. An informal discussion ·l' 1 was held. The next meeting will i- be February .1. istcri Mr. and Mrs. Lon Thomas and music at I h e First C h r i s t i a n ' M r ? . Mabel Bell spent Sunday at nannv S u l l i v a n treasurer; Eleanor El," and l.o,s Mitchell, telephone, ill? of the Vestry immediately fnl- ·.vinK the service. the i Stc. Mary's Chapter meeting 3 rc " Central f° r January has been postponed. Presbyterian Flrsl rrmhjtcrUii Church Kirst Presbyterian Church C i i - ' cles w i l l meet Monday as follows: · Circle, one, Mrs. Bill Gibson.; 744 Ynrk. fl p. m.: Circle two. Mrs. Ellen Smith,! .121 Sntton, 1:30 p. m.; | Circle three. Mrs. Harry Shullz,! 340 North ColleRC, 1:30 p. m. ^Tclhodist.' First Central Presbyterian, Kirst _Chns- t i a n SI. Paul's F.piscopal. Wiesins Memorial Mcthdist, St. James Methodist, and St. James Biiptist. Lutheran Officials To Be Installed \ V U u l n t Mrmorlil Churrh The i n s t a l l a t i o n n( new officers! w.S.C.K Cirrlcs of Wisnins Mew i l l constilute a part of the serv- i |nl]| . |al Cnl , n .|, w j|] hold Ihe ice tomorrow at St. J o h n s l ' l ) ' n - ; r n o n jj 1 jy business mcctinR \Vcd- ei-Bii Church, A r k a n s n s and Dick-; n( , st ) av a ( \ : ^g p . m , | n the church son Streets. Pastor F. A. CUmu, hnsement. w i l l reiid Ihe r i t u a l in a solemn ceremony .'it Ihe church n H a r . · uniuritn Kfllnwshlp Kleeted hy Ihe Voters' Assem- Dr J n n n c ^ xt ^ Jordan will dis- hly lasl Sunday are the f o l l o w i n g ^ ru ,, "Freedom 0 ( the Ttess" »f\ members anrt t h e i r o f f i c e r s : J » y e ' t n c (|r tn (j^ | n ,, 5(!r ; e , on f r M . | Iluahes, president; Or. J. Seal-' ( | nm an ,i renponsihility. sponsored j u n d e r , vice pirsidrnt; George. ()J . , h| u n j | a r i a n Fellowship. Doc-: \ V « l t h e i , secretary; Dr. A. K. l l ) r j n r dn n who was f i r s t dean of l.ussky, Ircasurer; n. 1.. Ji'ske, |h(1 f;radu;ite School of t h e U n l - (iniuii'lal s r c r c l a i y : A. J Peterson, versity nnd more r e r e n t l y dean t i u s t o e ; II. T. '1'e.vsniiinn, elder. ' eremitus. has iu.it resisned nnd Anionr i r s n l u l i n n s adop'^1 by wm f ] w t\ y i f a v r Kayellev ille. He the i!oveinnn body of t h c ' . ' o n p r e - , | ia , i, fPl , d r a m a t i c c r i t i c for Ihc lion at it's mcetinc last Sunday., T I M K S for Iwo years. Thc mecl- was the recommendation t h a t a ; | n ( , w i n h(% h( .| rt Snnd.iy In ll« nursery lie established for s m n l l i f.jmp n n n m n f the Student chilfircn rturuiR Ihe hour of w » r - l l l n i o n , ( |, ,. ,,, . ,,.,,), | n p ,.| UM .,. n ; :.!MP bcsinnins · W:\) Sunday , r |, n ,,| meeting »imult«neou»ly in; nuntunRs. three j[roup.i LET OOP RULE GOD'S GUIDANCE ^^» · Utlin| of lubllmilr ond qui«t powtr. THERE'S STRENGTH FOR YOU IN HIS HOLY SANCTUARY _ FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Dr. Waltir L. Johnson, Pnslor "A LOOK INTO HEAVEN" Morning Worihip Hour 10:55 (Broadcml OTOF Slnlion K C R H I Sunday School 9:30 "THE CHURCH NEAR SATAN'S THRONE" E v e n i n g Worihip Hour 7:30 T r a i n i n g Union 6;1S Tht Nurttry it open at all WELCOME

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