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e; "2---NMTHWKT ARKANSAI TIMIS, territoriNc; ArkwttM, Saturday, ftbruary M, 1*52 Church News 'II Rural Churches Will Hear Special Sermons Dr. JOR H. Hall will he guest epcnker tomorrow at the Central Central Methodist Adds Staff Member MHhodiKt Church.'. Doclor Hnll has worked at Ihc Mclhodlsl As- Mrmbiy on Ml. Scquoynh during the summer since lllllll and completed hl« pro-medical school work j here «l Ihc University. After lyav- ing Ihe University Doe-leu' J l a l l atlendcd medical school al Washington University and completed his Intcrnthlp and residency al Rumen Hospital in St. Louis, Mo. lie Is now iijifcucialcel with (he llalhtDck Clinic in Kriyotlcville, us doctor of iiiti.-rn.'il mcfllcine, Doclor and Mrs. Hnll arc now counselors for Ihc Intermodule ' M. Y. F. group. I For several .years laymen fremi ! Central Melhodisl Church hnvc I been delivering Ihe morning mcs- J sages in neighboring churches on Laymen's IDny; thl« Sunday there will he six Ifiymcn from Central Church. Virgil nlossom will speak al Ihc Methodist Church in Prairie Grove; Jiispcr I'ycalt.wlll spnik al Hie Wcsleyan Mctliodlsl Church In SprliiKclnle; L. B. Uhl w i l l speak nl the Methodist Church in Farm- Ingliui; George Kaucellc will speak nt Ihe) Methodist Church In llunts- villo; L. .M. McGondwin will speak al the Melhodisl Church in Winslow and Tex Waggoner wljl speak nl ihe Cenlral Mcthodlsl. Church in Rogers. Waggoner Is district Iny leader and has arranged for a Methodist layman lo speak in every Mcthodlsl Church in Ihc 'Fayottavlllc Districl. staff nt Ash, Wednesday of this week opens the Lenten Season and will he observed In hoth St. Joseph's Calholic Church ami SI. Paul's | Episcopal Church as follows: Ash Wednesday, mass at St. Joseph's at 7:30 a.m., with blessing nnd distribution of ashes in reminder ol "remember man t h a t thou are dust and inl- dust thou shall return"; every week day during Lent, mass at 7 a.m.; Friday at 7:30 p.m., Way of the Cross, -- - ctmuneinoratinj; (he passion and Central Methodist I death of Jesus Christ. St. Paul's, Ash Wednesday, Holy Communion at 7:30 a.m. Church as church visitor. She wiil be visiting In the homes of Fay- ctlr:villc ciirh fiflernoon Ihfough- oul the week. She lias hurt previous experience in Ihe work of -- -j ·····.· ...uv.nciuuii « t u p m the Travis Park Melhodisl Church j Friday; evening prayer and ser- in Sun Antonio, Texas. Mrs. Joiner i mons on "The Creed " Sunday !.TM,i c! L 1 ,.^ u L t .fTM/l?« lo . r f«r,t"."i evenings al 7:30 o'clock. These services will continue throughout the Student Urilon and -Holy Com- ir.tmfon at the church at 10 a.m.; Litany and Meditation hi 5 p.m. senior hig church for worked with the church. Also, she department of two years and this has youtli of the has taken active part In Ihc Women's Society of Christian Service of the church. Mrs. Joiner can be reached al her home during the morning hours In case reports of illness or dls- made lo her, Iress need HI be phone 3I97-W-1. Lent. Much of the trade of the eastern H.cdilcrrancan once passed through tile Aegean island of Dhilofi. The menhaden is one of the many members of the herring family. Rabbi Jacob, · Guest Speaker For Dinner Brotherhood Week is being observed by the First Christ! in Church through two occasions this weekend. This evening, the annual Brotherhood Dinner will be held in the dining room of the church. Habbl Ernest Jacob of Temple Israel of Springfield, Mo., will' b'e the principal speaker. He ha chosen as 'his subject, "Common Ground." Rabbi Jacob is the pro fcssor of Old Testament at Drury College of Religion, which train Protestant ministers for the South west, Missouri area, and bring with him a real understanding ol i " Protestant religion. The - d i n n e r ' will begin at 0:30 o'clock, with Jack Page as the master of cere-1 monies. | Tomorrow morning the First i Christian Church will receive its i annual Week of Cornpassion offering which is sent to Church World Service and other 'Proles-1 tanl relief organizations for re-! habilitation and rcconstruclion of individuals and organizations in needy areas of the world. This offering is expected to reach $500 for Ihe local congregation and for Ihe Disciples of Chrisl total, around $500,000. again this year. The Week of Compassion is t h e . Disciples' participation in the national observance of the One Great Hour of Sharing. The Rev. J. Rob lindloff Appointed Province Secretary crt Moffett will preach on the subject, "The God Who Has Forsaken." 'I : ,j; Select From This List the Church of Your Choice... Then Attend riRBT BAPTIST .WALTER 1.. JOHNSON. Pallor ...,, ,.. 1:30 a. m Sunday rfchool · · · J O : f i S a m. Mornlnf Worship ':·· 'Anlhem: "Great Is Thy Love .. ..Bermon: "The Book-'pf Bevelatlo ·hii Its Menage lor'Our Day" , - · (1:31) p tn uanlist 'irammfc Uiuo 7-3" p m Evening Worship Sermon: "Song Sermon, The qiorlo Chrisl" iCENTHAL PHE1BYTERIAN C EDWARD BRUBAKZR, Pastor ' Wlliiim E. Gibson. Mlnlsier 10 It i:4S a. m. Church ftchool · 1 10:M a ni Mornlni KorsWp ; .-.;: Men's Sunday ; Anlhem: "God Is a Splrll"--Kop -·' Sermon: "Fllhcri ol Men' 1 --Nell ·els Tlshtrs orfaen''-- Ne'lT'l 'I'M p. In. Him School Wlltnilnit' * 1(1( j T» rr iu r ,, n i m. University Weilmtnii . . fiupner and Prngram _ 5130 p. m. University nllowshlp, Weilminsler House ' riMT PHESBTTERIAN 'AMES W. BUTLER, JR.. Pitur - · WllUaas E. Oltaaoa, Mlnlltar U 111 J ·"«' ' - 9:45 ·. m Sunday Vchool 10:55 Mornlni Worship Artthem: "O B« Joylul In God"- ,.ppenci ' · Solo: "Hear Thou My Prayer · «sml)!fft--Itotwrt Williams . Sermon: "The Use of Anger i atalred" 4:30 n. tn. .Junior Fellowship 4:30 p. m. Jr,"HI Fellowship Fello . 6:00 p , .. Weslmlnsler "j.vv i* HI. wcBiiiiinnicr rciiowsni ·ludent Canter, 902 Wwl Mtpli Sire :, Union Meetlni, Flrit BnptliT Chu '".' WediMlday lit 7:30 p. m. * ^ it. PAUL? EPISCOPAL ' MARIUS J UlNDLOrr. lUctof a-.OO · m i.uly. Communion E sin t m "Family S«rvic* " 11:00 ·, m, Mornlnf Prayer and Ser ·ton '· · i:00 p. m Youni Churchmen CENTRAL METHODIiT , D L DYKCS. JR., P.ltor 0:00.*. rr\ Co.ltfe Student Coif ·our 0:30 a. m. Bund*! School , 10:46 A m tlorntnc Worihip Anlhem: ''lUrk, Hark My Soul"-, . .Ridley Spec.*. Music Bcrmon: Dr. J, B. Mill ,5:00 p, m, We«ley Foimdiillon B:oa p. m. Youth Clroupi 7.30 p. 'm. Evcnlhg Servlci AnUiem: "Forjflvph"-- Wlhtol Solo: Richard Cireer SFrmon:. 1), L. D,vke, Jr. rrondcail over KOnH - riRST CHRIBTIAK --/itOBKRT MprrETT, Ptllof . 9:4!» .Sundiy ichooi ' win Mornlnf Wnrihi* Sermon*. "The Cod Who H»i For Wken" ti'.M p m Chriitlnn Youlh FillDW ·hip nnd Chi Rho Kellowihfp* . Flint Seric* on Life of Paul - . "Th« Slontni of Lyitra" ·T. JOHN'S LUTHEciAH 1 Arkanin and Dlckion Tel fl41 or 372 '.rREDERlCK OUMX. PtMor 9:.1D a. m. Sunday School 10:45 *. m Sunday Worihip ' 10:30 «. m Nuriery li open In Edu- e» onal Bulldlnc ·tv 4- )TIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST. SCIENTIST f R:30 · m Sunday School .*j 1J:00 n m Sunday Service ;··;·· 6:41 p. m. KGiUI Sunday Radio i Wedneidny. 7.4fi p. m., uieclln Heading Room In church open each holiday*. i)aj-- except Sunday and 'GREENLAND CHUfiCH OT ^CHRIST PR1S SALYER. Mini. I.I :; 10:00 a m Church school. %i 11:00 a m Sermoi, '"v 11 4* s m Communion Bsrvlct. ^. 7:30 p m Soni Servict and Blblt · Ctudy. ~«T. JOSEPH'S CATHOLIC ^..rATIIER EDWARD K MALOV. Pastor V Sunday Masses 8:00 and 10:00 a m ^ T h u r s d a y . 7:30 p. m. Novens Masses. SDevolions t' · Weekdsy Mais, Mundsy '.hroulh ; Friday. 7 . Ralurday Mass 7:C4l a m. . first Friday Mass. 1:00 a m. ; First Satureay M»s. 7:M a m. " Confessions: 7:00 to 1:00 p m and ^before all Mnsies f'CHUHCH OF CHRIST .VFRED McCLUNO. Mmlsler 'r. West CVnler and Norm Uwiul - I I I -? 1:45 a m Bible study ;· 10:34 a m Mornlni Worship 7:00 p. m Classes '. 7:30 p. m Worship Service T *' m " H ' edner1 »'. I-iidie ;' 7:M p. m Wrrtneidsy. P r a y e J Kwllnf and Bible Study for all aie s Blblt ; JEHOVAH'! WtTNEMES ' *A riotr ntd Cron Urua Bldf, £ WfdntMav. 7:30 p. m Book Siudr, S Jrlday, 7rW p m tvrvlca miillni rrlilay, 1:11 p f School ...inda)', J:00 ·lua m., Thaocratlo l UNITARIAN FELLOWSHIP Olma room Etudtnt Union, H a. n CCHTHAL CHRISTIAN tHED HUCKELBUrU. Pallor 403 Wail Rock alrrtl ·:4S a. m. Sunday School lei:l« a. m Hlbla aVIiooi 11:00 a. m. Wonhlp Mrrln Communion Bcrmon - «:45 p. m.--Youlh Mcellnn 7:30--Evenltta* Evanuellitlc Servlc and Communion Urttf **' m ' Wtdn " d «» -l'ray« ':00 p. m. Wednridny. Teacher Training Clam 7M p. m. Friday, Choir Practice ind Youth Kecrcallon CHURCH OF THt NAZARENE J. O. CORDKLL, Paslor South lxcust Strex 1:43 a. m. Sunday School 11:00 a. m. Morning Worship «:M p. m. N. Y. P, S. Prayer Meet MS p. m. N. Y. P. s. Prngram ·:4» p. m. Adult Prayer Hand 7:.TM p. m. evangelistic Service w.«nMdsy, 7;M p, m.. Prayer Meel ing Thursday, 7:00 p. m.. Visitation Siptlil For« Communllr Church rirst Sunday 11:00 «. in. llcv Den: Parker Ikcond Hundiy 11:00 i. H. Laudtrbsck Tn.lrd Sunday 11:00 Ohnrle* 'Andcrsoa .·rnurlh Sunday: 11:00 a, in Rev. C. Irwln I»:IK ·· m. Iich Sunday, Sundny . Rev. D m Htv V. WEDINOTON METHODIST CHURCH A. L. RIGGS, Paslor 10:00 a m. Sunday School 11:00 i. m. and 7:30 p. m. Preaching Strvlcei on Fourth and ritth Sundays CUMBERLAND PRESBYTERIAN BILL BARNES, Pastor M7 Douglas Street i:4» . m. Sunday School 7:00 p m. Evening Worship. ·r WEST FORK BAPTIST ~ H REED, Paslor ·:4I · m Sunday School. 11:00 a. m. Morning Wofshtp. «:30 p. m. Baptist Training Union 7:M p m. Evening Worship SETHCL BAPTIST CHURCH OY W. REID, 1'aslor 111 Mission Street MS.*, m Sunday School 11:00 · m Morning Worship «:30 p m Training Union 7:30 p . m. Evening Service Midweek Prayer Service-- Wodnes ·y p. m. I ENTRAL BAPTIST ACK DEAN. P»lor ·:4* a m Uunday School. 10:M a. m Morning Worship 7:00 p m Baplisl Training Course 1:00 p m Evening Worship *:00 p. m Wednesday, Prayer ser let. + ULL GOSPEL TABERNACLE OMMY GIBUS Paslor 10:00 a in Sunday School. 11:00 a. m Preaching . Preaching 7:15 p m Cvangalfsuo servirc ' Wednesday, 7:30 ' p m Midweek rayer Service. Friday. 7:30 p m PYPA Servi-a + LACK OAK BAPTIST OWARD PRICHAIIO Pallor 10:00 a m Sunday School 11:00 a in Preaching Service 7.00 p m Training Union 11:00 p m Preaching Service Thursday 7:.10 p m Prayer meeting ·f OSHEN METHODIST M. VANCKY, Psstor 10:00 a in Sunday School. 11:00 a m Morning Worship 7:00 p. ni Evening Worship + AYETTEVILLE BIBt.E MISSION KO BLOCK SOUTH CUl.Lt.US, Interdenominational OMEI1 MOUTTLT. Paslor t.45 a m Sunday School 11:00 s m Murnlne Worship G:l$ D. m. Ycunc Peoples Services 7:00 p m. Evangelistic Service* luninr choir will meet Saturday at p. m Wednesday. 7:30 p. m., Prayer Meet- UGAR MOUNTAIN BAPTIST E' K M O R G A N , Pallor HUM MOSTBt.l.CT, AMIilant Pallor lo.OO i m Sunday School 7:10 p m r.vanu!iiik Mcu.i. W«dnHday prayer mtellnl at 7 30 n\ IQHLAND COMMONITT f:30 i m Sunday iichuoi.- I:U a. m Mornlni Worihip nadntlday nlihl, 7:JO rvlcaa. ,, fLNUT OROVB COMMUNITY Walchlower CHURCH Bunday School 16:30 n. m. ) p. m., Prayer SECOND BA1TIST N V. DRAKE. I'ailor »:« a m Sunday bchool. 10:45 a ni Morhlng Worship. 7:00 p m Evening Worship. Wednesday. 8 p m . Fraytr Service 4 ' WEST FORK ASSEMBLY OF GOD UltANHAM and STHKLE. Pastors 9:4r, n. m. Sundiiy School 11:01) Morning Worship 0:31) p. in. Christ Ambassador Service fi:30 p. m. J u n l n r C. A Service ":.10 p. in. EvanRcllatlc Service Wednesday nl 7:311 p. m.-- Prayer Meeting and Bible Study ' ' ' BRENT WOOD COMMUNITY CHURCH ' I'mlurs-llev. Olha Tackelt and Kev. Rux Mormm 10:00 a. m. Sunday School 11:00 a. ni. Sermon 3 : 'nS ''· '"'I Evt ""'« Service n.utl p. m. f r i d a y night. Olble study and prayer meeting WIGGINS MEMORIAL METHODIST ARNOLD SIMPSON. P.slor South Church and Third Slresu 0:4.', n. m. church School l:lra a. m Morning Worship J:.IO p. m. Youth Fellowship 7:30 p in Evening Worship WEST FORK CHRISTIAN JOHN A8BELL. Minister »:«, n m Church School il:OJ a in Morning Worship and oimnunion Trenching every (Irsi and third + JOHNSON CHURCH Or CHKI1T HILL E. SMITH, MlnlMor 10:0(1 » m lillilc Study 10:.',ll a m Worship Service two 11. in. Ywinc People's Classes 7::io p m Worship Service Prayer Meeting Wednesday at 7:30 SON'S CHAPEL S MILES EAST ON H I G H W A Y il:.Tei n. m Sunday School Su'ierlnlcndrnt--Turner tlruwn Auxiliary every lotmti Mondiy l:wi i m. FARMINGTON BAPTKT t) M. KHKIS, I'Hiior 10:1111 R ni Sumliu School 11:110 n m Morning Worship rr.'M p. m. Bnpll.t Tralnlnn Union 7:..0 p. m Evangelistic Service Wcdncailay 7:30 p. in. Prayer Meet 10:00 a. m. Sunday School 11:00 B m. Morning Worship r.:.10 p. m. Training Union 7:30 p. m. Evening Worship T C A L V A R Y TABERNACLE mn South Hill Slrcel BEnVL E BETH. Pallor PrayTM- 11 ' "'' De " veri "ce Mewage 7:.lo p 7:30 p. Scrvlcci Serv! 1 " "' "" SalurJ "'' Teillmonla md . Evaneellstic Service! ·"- J -- · -Wednesday. Tarrying WEST FORK PRESBYTERIAN Sunrtn.v Kvonin . School fl:30 a \ Worahfp 7:3(1 t Sunday School 10:,1ll « m · E v e n i n g Worship 7:30 'p m COM MUNITY CHURCH 0 a. m Sunday Schoo , . 1 "- Morning worship .i'-J° f. 1 "- orning worship Rev. John Asbell^Second Sunday OOSHEN CHURCH OF THE NAZAREHE ' . p a , lor ' " ,?, unit 'J' School. .. m. Worship Service* p. m Worship s.rv!ctJ: ·f , · » APTMT , Paitor ·TM ·· m. Sunday School ?'J5 "' m ' Mor "l"« Worihip .j;.TMp P :n?:E U v'o P r!in l .Vo 1 r±' Dl ' m0 ' 1 FARMINGTON METHODIST ' ... niGGS. I'nilor in:bn 11:0(1 a. Sen-Ire Sundny* ... Sunday School in. «nd 7:30 p. m I'lcarhlnc in Firsl. Second nnd Third NORTH SIDE ASSEMBLY OF GOD S A M U K L F. UIIUL'E, I'nilor lO.im n. m Suml:.y School ll:i l fl n ni Sermon. 7:110 p. m. EvMnccilalic Service · Tuciilny. Yoiini l'enpl«'i C A S«r- icen. 7:30 n m Friclny. 1'rayrr Service. 7 4} p m. PARKSDALE BAPTIST U K N N K R UAVIt, l\i.lor A l t l . E N MOSTKLI.AR. AjslslnnJ Pallor 10.00 a in tiundny School 7:30 p m tvAi«H].iiic Meisnif Nednciilay, 7:30 p m Prayer Mtel- fnilay. 7:30 p maotlnff. m Young Pcopla JOHNSON BAPTIST CHURCH M LOGUK. I'.islor 10.00 n in Sundny School 11:00 a m Worship Sci'vlcea 7:lHi p m Training Union ft.flu p ni Kvangclunc Services "·no p m Evening Service Wednesday. 7:30 p m.. Pruyer Meet- n« SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIIT 37 MOUTH STRKE1 SATURDAY 10.(H) n ni Snbhrilh School 11:00 n m Church Servlcr Tuesday. 7:30 p m Prayer mtttlng SALEM MISSIONARY BAPTIST W n SIIAni'. Pallor Six Mllra mirllnvrst 10.(Ml a m Sunday School 11:00 a m Morning \Vor«hlr , 7:30 p in Evening Wonlup ' Wcdnciclay, 7:30 p. in., I ' t . y · Meeting CHURCH OF JESUS CHRI1T OF LATTER DAY SAINTI AMBII n.l'.TCHKII, Klder Sludrul Union Ulna Uo'.m 10:30 ft. m Sunday School. . b DAYLESS, "isior ·:JS a. m Sunday School. '!:?{ "· m Mornlnf Worship 7nn -K' "' r° ui " p , e "Pl»'« meetlni ?"iS P m ^"""K'H'lic Service. j '.30 p m. Thursday, Pray.r meel- C ?o LV * B T ,? APTIST CHURCH ,»·''·' ·· ~ Sunduy SVhool 0:30 p. m Trainin '='0 n m. Evening Wor Sermon: A. D. Sluckey 0:30 p. m Training service '='0 n m. Evening Worship Youth Will Meet At First Christian For Day Of Prayer Youth Day I'rapcr in r'ayctlc- ville, sponsored by Ihe United Christian Youth Movement, wjll be held March 2, in the Christian Church al 4 o'clork in the afternoon. There will be an interdenominational youth service with the program in charge of Belsy Brldcnstinc. Young People's Prayer Service will be held each Thursday morn- Ing from 8 to 8:30 o'clock, at the Christian Church. All young people in Faycllcvlllc from junior high arc invited to of Prayer and Ihrough college, both Youth Day Prayer Services. Johnson Plans Revival To Be Held In Searcy Dr. Waller L. Johnson, pastor of Ihe First Baplisl Church will preach in revival services at Ihc First Baplisl Church of Searcy, Monday Ihrough March 5. The Rev. Hugo Culpcppcr will preach al the morning and evening worship hours nl Ihe First Baptist Church on March 2. Rev. Culpcp- pcr is a missionary of the Soulh- orn Baplisl Foreign Missions Board, anrt was imprisoned along vith his wife for Ihrco years in.the : hilippincs by the Japanese dur- ng World War II. He has more ·cccntly served in South America md will return to that country n the near future. Missionaries Will Speak On Leprosy Dr. and Mrs. Eugene n. Kellers bergcr, general secretary and pro motional secretary respectively o American Leprosy Missions, Inc. are lo speak in Fayellevilk 1 , Wednesday nighl at a communily meeting sponsored by the Fayelle- ville Ministerial Alliance. The meeting will he held al the Firsl Baptist Church, beginning at 7:30 o'clock. The Christian approach to the religious, social and mcdica problems of leprosy will be the i'lcld of Ihe Kellcrsbergers' dis- Williams Will Speak At Wiggins Memorial Layman Chcslcr of (he REA offices The Hev. Marius J.' Lindloff, rector of SI. Paul's Episcopal Parish, was appoinled, effective January 3, as^province eecrelary for college work in the Seventh Province. The appointment was made by the presiding bishop and approved by the National Council al ils meeting held .at Seabury House, Greenwich, Conn. The Seventh Province includes (he states of Texas, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Kansas, Missouri, and Arkansas. Jl has 76 educational instilutions for which the church maintains f u l l or part time college chaplains or college \vorkers. Mr. Lindloff's duties are: recommending the placement of college chaplains and granls and aid from Ihc nalional church; supervision of four conferences during the year, which includes those of the college chaplains anei faculty, students and conference on recruiting for Ihc ministry; serving on Ihe National Board of Strategy and Policy for College Work, within Ihc Episcopal Church. Mr. Lindloff has just returned from meeting with ail heads'of Ihe departments in Dallas, Texas. Departments represented were social relations, college work, pro. motion, and rural and urban Work. ..,,., _. Jornell of Baxler Springs, Kan., will conduct revival services, beginning tomorrow, at 7:30 p. m., »t the First Assembly of God Church of the southwest corner of the Fair Grounds, Highway .62, west. Host pastoii will be Donald Walker. Announcements Central Methodist Church The W. S. C. S. Study Course on the "Book of Acts," will be held Monday afternoon at Ii30 o'clock, in the basement of Wesley Hall. Mrs. Karl Brown will lead the devotional program on Ihe Ihome. "Beginning of Mi'ssions." Mrs. J. B. Hall -will give a short talk on Ihc "Life of Paul," which will be followed by a discussion led by Mrs. J. E. Critx. on "Paul's Missionary Journeys." Corner Duncnn and Stona in «? ?; "'· Sun d»J' School 10.SS Morning Worsnin J'15 rjapllst Tralnlni Union 7:.w Evening Worahln , Wednesday, i p. m.. Prayer Sarvlca FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD DONALD WALKER. P.slor *M n m Sunday SrhooL 11:00 a m Preaching fi:W n. m V. P. Class. J : 3S "' ml Bv "W«!'«tie Service*. ;':30.p m rrlday.. Bible study. "30 p m. Tuesday. C. A. service OAKLAND BAPTUT (Six Miles Northeast! 1. S WHITELEY. Paslor 10:ou a. m Sunday School. 11:00 a ni Mornlni Worship. ':.10 p m BYPTC »:3J D m. Evening Worship Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. Prsysr mtet- ng. PROVIDENCE BAPTIST WALTER JESKER. Pastor iHlghwk.v II Waal) 1(1.00 a m Sunday School. 1I:(H1 a. m Mornint Worship. «:.1(l p m Training Union 7:.10 p m. Evangelistic Service Thursony, 7;.10 p m.. Prayer Meeting 4- UREENLAND COMMUNITY ROBERT PARKER Pasloi Ml a m Sunday School tl:M a m Morning Worshli. Thursday 7:30 n m.. midweek serves led by the Rev Jack Taylor. APOSTOLIC FAITH CHURCH NKOLA MOORE. Pos'or Highway 71 South 10:00 a m Sunday School 11:00 a m Morning S«rvic* 7.MO p m. Evangelistic. S«rvl,« » ^Wednesday. 7:30 p. m, Mid wtek ST. JAMES BAPTIST IN*gr*l J W WEBB PSSIOI 11:30 a m Kunday Hcnool. IH30 a m Mornlni Worship. S:m p m Vounn People's inHtlnt ·:00 p m Evangelistic Strvlc*. ST. JAMES METHODIST MMIO) A L H U C I I A N A N Pallor *:4i a m Sunday Icnool It.oel a in Morning Worship m Voulh Fffllnwihlp. p m Night Ser\lc«, ,,. ... »,,. M . nJ vv ,, ln ,.. (:w p m nl|n | Ker% *9V C, P«nney Co-^W. G. Shipley Bolting Co., Inc. · Southwa.tam Gas Electric Co. ·V!cktr'$, Inc. will deliver Hie sermon to- norrow morning at Wiggins Memorial Church. Dcssie Jarni- Kan will be in charge of.Ihc pro- rrnm in observance of Layman's 3ay, when members of Ihe Methodist and olher Proteslanl hurchcs hold special services, ccupy the pulpll or arc in charge f cnlirc worship service. This is sponsored annually by (he General Board of Lay Activities of Ihe Methodist Church wilh nalional headquarters in Chicago. 111. The theme of Ihis year's program is "The Mission o( the Church-A Layman's View." Members ol Wiggins Memorial who wil conduci services in rural Central Prcshytcrian Church The Women's Organization of Central Presbyterian Church wjll meel Tuesday at 7:30 p. m., in Ihc Williams, I home of Mrs. George Branigan. Fayelle-1545 Oakland Co-hostesses will churches Clark McClinton, Nichol Memorial Church; Maclt Quails, Dclaney; Gnshcn. Edward Parks, be Mrs. Davis P. Richardson and Mrs. Wallace Oliver. Mrs. Kyle Engler will give a summary oi Ihc meeting of Nalional Conference of UNESCO, which she altendcd In New York City. Mrs. Charles, Cook will present the devotional vludy. St. Paul's Episcopal Church St. Davids Chapter will have dinner meeting Monday al the Parish House at 6:30 p. m. At 7:30 P. m. Wesley Davis, of the University English department, will give Ihc firsl of a series of four lectures on the -book; "The Holy Scriptures," by Robert Denlan. Ail parishioners are inviled lo allend ihe lecture. Tho AVomen's General Auxiliary Board will meet- Wednesday at . m., in Ihc Guild Room of BIBLE SOCIETY OPENS FUND DRIVE . . ......... ^ speaker al tomorrow's mccling of the Unilarian Fellowship. His sub- jerl will be "Law and The Moral »IV. M, niHXKR W, CROff, lenenlVcr.tnrj of Ihe American Bible) Socltly ihowg luthor-coTnmonttlor Lowtll Thomm Ucitmllrt of M«)» to b« uied In thtlr tnnud Mmpdin for fimds. Tho money raliedli u«»d to aid In lh» wnrldnhli dlitrlbullon of »h« ScripliifM. Thomm n« fctta *vn* taMrtry chulrman of the 1083 drlvt, (IntcrMllaiul) Doclor Kellcrsberger, formerly a medical missionary lo Ihe Belgian Congo from Ihe Presbyterian CHUrch (U.S.), is an international authority on leprosy and kindred diseases. Twice decorated, by the Belgian' Colonial Government, he was the founder of the Bihanga Medical Service and Hospital, and the Bibanga Agricullural Leprosy C o l o n y . Since becoming executive secretary .of American Leprosy Missions, he Is in constant demand as a speaker on leprosy and its cure. Mrs. (Julia Lake) Kellersberger a widely known author and speaker. With her husband, she has recenlly published the book, "Doclor of the Happy Landings." She is called by the patients of t h e .leprocy colony in Bibanga in the Belgian Congo, "Mamu Mu- sankisha"--"Ihc lady who makes olhers happy." American Leprosy Missions, !nc., is an auxiliary of more lhan forty Protestant boards through which financial assistance is ;ivcn lo hunrircci-s of missionaries in Ihc specialized field of leprosy cure nnd prevention in nearly 511 countries. The southwestern area regional secretary, the Rev. Forest S. Eisenbi.se, of Dallas, Texas, accompany Doctor and Mrs. To Conduct Revival Kcllcrsbcrgcr Fayclteville. on Ihcir visit to the church. u Memorial Church W. S. C. S. of Wiggins Memorial Church will have Ihe final lesson on Book of Acts, Wednesday al 2 p. m., in the church basemenl. Mrs. Earl Cole will conduci Ihe study. Tuesday nighl al 7:3(1 o'clock. the Methodist Men's, Group will meet at (he church. Laymen To Lead Presbyterian Service · , Tomorrow morning at Central . 'resbyterian Church, laymen of ,he churirh'will conduct the.entire service. Throughout the nation in he 'Presbyterian Church USA, aymcn will be doing a similar job. The message of the morning will be brought by Neil Ingles who attended the convention in Chicago of the National Council of " J rcsbyterian Men. Mr. Ingels will )rcach on the convention topic of 'Fishers of Men." He moved to his area about a year ago, return- ng to the place where he received ' ; · college education. After that ie was an executive with the Jrant Stores Company and later i manager of real estate for the elevision sights of NBC. T. P. Lee, a division chairman )f the Men's Club of Central Pres- ylcr1an Church wilt lead the opening part of the worship, lenry Baum, the other new divi- ion chairman of the Men's Club, vill load the reading of the Psalter election and the New Testament Lesson. Dr. Howard Carter, pro-' ;ram secretary of the Meh's Club, nil lead the morning prayers. Kenneth Osborne, organist, will )lay "Largo" by Broderip for he Prelude and "Adiago" by jlephens for the Offertory. The hoir will sing the anthem "God s a Spirit" by Kopylof. Rev. Jordan To Be Guest At First Baptist Men of Ihc Brotherhood of the Firsl Biiptist Church will hear the Rev. Stanley Jordan, pastor of · 'the First Baptist Church of Springcialo, speak when they meet next Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Rev. Jordan's subject will be "Effective Lures and Techniques in Fishing". The meeting will be in the educational building. Refreshments will be served. Brotherhood, president, R. O.. Weathers, states that this is an mportant preparation meeting for the spring revival which the church will hold April 13-23. W.. J. Hunt, chairman ol the Committee on Evangelism, will give a demonstration of effective approaches that may be used by laymen in doing personal work." All commillces of the Brotherhood will make reports. Music will be directed by Richard Greer, Brotherhood chorister. Order." Dr. Jones is in the political science dcparlmenl of Ihe University. Church services 'begin al 11 a. m., at Ihe same time thai Ihe church school meets. Meeting" are held in the Game " Reran ol the Student Union, Dr. i?!! Fcllnwthip Ralph Jones be the Church Of Christ, White Oak School Clarence I. Boles, minister of the Church of Christ, Is conduct- ing'services each Sunday at the White Oak School, beginning with Bible study from 10 to 10:45 «.m., followed by preaching at 11 a. m. and communion.at 11:45 a. m. Your church li the protecting wall around !h« Amtrlcon Way el Lift... Hit molt Important rock in Dtmocracy'i foundation ... Art Yw helping klip your church ilrong? FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Dr. Walltr I. Jehnian, Patter "THE BOOK OF REVELATION AND ITS MESSAGE FOR OUR DAY" Morning Worihip Hour 10:51 (BroadcusI orer Slillon KGRH) Sunday School 1:10 SONO SERMON "THE GLORIOUS CHRIST" s . Erenlng Worihip Hour 7:30 Tnlnini Union lilt Tht, Nuriory it open at ill Mrvicti WELCOME

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