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\ Tim. tayMtvUk AriMHtMi, tcturHay, March 1, If SI Speakers Named For Religious Emphasis Week At University .'Five visiting ministers : « n d ' one minister from Faycttoyllle will lie seminnr speaker* .during- thd annual .Religious Emplwis Week nt the-.Univerelty March 9-H. Keynote speaker (or the wcr 1 ' ·will be Dr, William 0. Pollard, eiccutlve director 'nl Oak Rl'lgc Institute of Nuclear Studio*, Besides the two s-einlmu- periods each--afternoon Monday through Thursday, events will Iliclurk bmkfuti ".nd :convnciitlnns .each morning,' discussions each Sight in organized., houses, and special lecturer in classrooms. The jeinintirs will bu held tn the 'Student Union. Seminar:-'-. speakers will be: The ficv. A; Myrvirt DC "Lapp, director of Westminster Fellowship at Kansas State · College, on "Seeking An Unchanging Faith In a Changing World"; the Rev; William Hall Prcsloli, Baptist student spcrctary-for the South, on "Courtship -and . Marriage"; the Rev. Fmterlck.A/ Oumz, Jr., Fayo'ttc- vlljcv BMtor of. .St,'John'j Lutheran qHurch, on "What Is a Christian Philosophy?". ··: ·The-Rev. Bulls 13. Hill, picslur of the First Chl'lnllBn .Church In Lltlle Rock, on "The Message of the:-Hebrow Prophets"! tho Rev. l Alfred'Mr Brown, pastor'of the! First Methodist Church in Crow. | Icy, Ln., on "Has Religion F a i l - ' , ed7", and Miigr. James E. O'Cnn- 1 1 nell, rector of St. John's Seminar in Little Rock. Youth Service To20bserve: Day dfPrayer World Uay of prayer Service will hr held tomorrow fit ·! o'clock In the First Christian .Church.. All young people of FuyeHevillc arc iwitod to join with the United Christian Youth- Movement in at-, tending the service. · ' ' The program, sponsored by U, C. -y. M. will bo In charge of Elizabeth BridenEtlnc. The Call Tn Worship will open the service, Those participating will be Nancy Chamblce, organist; Lnylnln .Lee, lender of first part; Eleanor Ellis, responsive "Hiding;···Don .Evans, Sherecroppc|'*,Praycr.;'Jud Smith, Migrant Prayer; --nci-nlcc Parker, Student'! Prayer; Patsy Anderson; Mcxlciin Prayer; Joyce StoWe, Chinese .Prayer; Helen Sandlln, lender of. the-aocond part, - Ushers Will he Danny-Sullivan, Don; Lewis, : Bobby Morgan, Bass Trumbo, Gllbfrt Arnold a n d Charles Bell, The Icnten ecas»n which began lust Wed-ncsday, will be observed at St. Jolfh's Luthenw Church, in a special Sunday evening audiovisual program.- The -following films will be shown, at 7:30 p. m., tomorrow, "Darabbas (he Robber"; March 9, "Journey into Faith"; March · IB, "The Crucifixion"; March 23, "The Disciples at Emmaus"; March 30.' "The Pilgrim- nire I'lay" (Part I), and April 6; "The Pilgrimage P l a y " ' ( P o r t 11), A sermon scries under the general theme, "Cries From tho Cross," will be delivered by I'astor F. A, Gttnu, in the morning services which begin, at '10-M5. Specific subjects and dates are as follows: Tomorrow, "Father, Forgive Them"; March », "Today Shall With' Me"; March 16, "My G o d . . . Why?"; March ifl, Thirst"; March 30, "U Is Finished"; and April 6, "Father, into Thy Hands . ..." The remembrance of Jesus' passion will be Kjvcn f u r t h e r expression in traditional liturgical forms and -will culminate in . a - uom- rnunlon service on Maundy Thurs- day evening, April 10, at 7:30. . Service* at.St. Paul'd Epltcopal Church will continue throughout Lent with Holy Communion at 7:30 a.m.,-Welnesd«y, In the Student 'Union arid ' Holy Communion at the church at 10 a. m.; Litany and Meditation at S p. m., Friday; evening prayer and sermons on "The Creed," Sunday evenings at 7:30 o'clock. Si 'Joseph's Catholic Church will continue its Lenten services with mass every week 'clay during Lent, at 7 a. m.; Friday, mais' at 7:30 p. m. Youth For Christ To Convene This Week Homer Mouttet of Fayetteville will attend the Youth For Christ International Convention, which will be' held 'm'Kansas City, Mo., March'8th through.the 16th., The' world-wide movement of Youth For Christ International now operates in 76 countries around the world and Is under the leadership of Dr. Robert A. ; Cook, Chicago, president, and Dr. Billy Graham, Montreal, N. C., first vice-president. . .' , Youth rallies will be held at this time in Fayetteviiie and'oth- er cities, and more than JO leaders of the international movement will aitend the convention. Electric lights should be wiped periodically to reduce a possible life hazard through' excessive dust. High School Program Teaches Boys To Be Mechanics Mexicali is the capital of Northern Lower .California. Select From This List the Church of Your Choice... Then Attend .'I ;.'·:·-·· - · ·:-. ': -: - ' - ' - rmiT BAPTIST W A L T M L JOHNSON. Ptttor '···9M a. m Bunder tfchoot · ]Q:9B a. m, Mornlnf WorihlD Serm'om Rev. .Hugo Cutpepper '8:30 p in Beptnu Tramma Union 7-3" B m /Evening Wnnhlp. ·-. All da}' meeting Monday In Educational Bulldlni · ' ·; · · · ' - . . . + · · - . CCHTHAL PHCSBYrERUII C EDWARD -BIUIBAKER. Pdlor William B. Olneon, Hlnlitw la Itu. etenta " · ' ··· - ' . t:4l a. m. Church School !«!»' '«.-. m. Mornlnl Worihip 5:00 p. -m. High School Weiimlniler Buhner and Program 8:84 p. m. Unlverilty Weilmlniter FellDWJhlp, .Weilmlniler Home · ' : · · . ' . · · · · . . . riHIT PRESBTTERtAH JAMES W BUTI.tH. JH,, Putor William E. Olbtoji, Minuter » »tu- ·enta..;, · ........ ·- -'.. ... ..... »:i! « m Smity School . . IMS Mornlni WSrrtilb ·.-·.--.·-- ·-· * Anthem: "Dt Joylgl. AH Y. Und." "·Spenco . I , Bunion! "Stablllzlna- Our Ktnolloni" 4:SO p. m. Junior rellowihin 4:30 p, m. Jr.-lll rellowililn e:00 p m. Weiimlnnfer rellowflhlp Bttldent CtnKr, M2 Wgit MlPlt Sir eel Sculnn Mettlnt, Mcmrfiy, r.M p, m, MlO-Wnk Blbft SludJ-, Wtdnnd.y, f:8« p, in, ·T. PAUL1 ENKOPJU. 1IAIIIUB J LINDLOrr. Btctoc Flrit sundiy In Lent · B:00.« m ilt)i- cornmunlon 9:Xt · til F amtiy Service 11:00 «. m. Ho)/ Communlo:* and Ser. B:(W p m. Vnung' ChurclMMii CENTRA ».:L DVKtt, J». P I:M l. rr. Colltl. ·· 8:JO.». m . Sundaj.Sthool , . 10:45 a m Mnrnini Wor«lhj Anthfm: ''And Ut Thy.J16ir Trei. ·ncc"-- Tichtunokolf -Special Muilc: ."Prayer" -- Humptr. · Junior Choir directed by Mrf, W. J. Bmolhrri and Wnmtn't. Trio-- Mri. Cmottierl, Mr. Harrcll Hall and Mn. L, O. · Or»liam ' ' Sermon: D, L. Dykes. Jr. s-.oo n. m. Wcijet r.oimiiailon d:M n/m. -Yoinh Groupi . 7:30 p. m Evonlni Sorvlci Atilhrni: ."Connwaifon"-- Roiera Solo: nichard Grcer . Sermon: Jack Wlnrgcart -' Broadcall over KORI! FIRIT CHKIBTIAH KOBERT MorFETT. 1'ialor " f:4 Sunday ichool . ll):Iin Mornlni Worahlv, Berhlon; "The Hour HM Com«" . «:30 p m. Chrutun Kuulh r«llow- Ihln and Chi Rhn Fcllovt-ihln Film Serlti on Life ot Paul '7110 Second Ml»»ion»ry Journey ·T. JOHN'S LUTHEMAN Arkanui »nd Dlckion Tel .641 or 312 FREDERICK GUMZ. Pallor 0:30 a m. Sunday School 10:45 · in Sundny Worihlp Anthem: "O Sarrfd Head. . Now Wol nded 1 - Gerlinrdl-Diich Sermon: "Father, Korulve Them" Nui-iiery opens at 10:30 a. m. nveninc worihlp: nlm--"Barabbai UIB Robbfr" 'FIRST CHURCH Of- CHRIST, SCIENTIST p':30 a- 'm Sunday School ll:00:a · m. Sunday Servlca MS, p. m. KGRH Sunday Radio ?roRra)n Wftdnelday, 7:45 p. m.. mectlni. Heading Room In church upen each day except Sunday .'and holldayi. GREENLAND CHUhCH OF CHflllT . OR1S SALVER. Mlnlllet 10:00. a. m Chuich achooL 11:00' a m Semiot, 11 45 '· m Communion 8ervlr«. T:30'P. m Sonf Service and Btblv Cludy.". V JOSEPH'S CATHOLIC rATliBH EDWAnn it MALOY. Paimr Sunday Mnaiu 1:00 and. 10:00 a. m Tnuriday. 7:30 p. m Novrna Mauei. Devotion! Weekday Man, · llonday throufh -rrlday, 7 Saturday Man. 7:00 a. m. riral Friday Ma». 7.00 a. m Fin) Saturday Man. 700 a. nv Conteiiloni: 7:00 lo 1:00 p m and before all Mallei ; j. CHURCH OF CHRIST FRED McCl.UNG. Mlnliler Wan Center ano Norui Uoeuet t:4J a m Bible Itudy. 10:91 a m Mornlnl Wonhi» 7:00 p. m Clanei 7:30 p m Worihip Service »:3»,a. m.. Wedneiday. l.adtei Bible Claai i 7:S» p. m Wedneiday. P r a y e r MeetlM and Bible Study (or all afei JEHOVAHI M raw KM Croaa Oru Bid). *e»e«ilay. r.-M f m Book Jiudr. i, 7:M p. m Service meellni ;, 1:41 ». m.. Thvooratle Mm- '1:M p. m., Watchlowei ·MO UNITARIAN FELLOWSHIP Game'room Student Union, n e.'m -;\;: ·'. -.-' ' '-t- CENTRAL CHRISTIAN IKED: HUCKELBUR*. Pallor · 4»ljwm Rock Wrect. . l:« a m. Sunday School lu:w a. m Bible Bcnobi; 11:00 a. m Worahlp Service Cnmmunlon Sermon . t:4S p. m.--Youth tleettni 7j90--Evening CvanaelUllo Service and Communion . ·· 7:30 p m. Wedneiday--Prayer Mertini 7:00 p. ni. Wednesday, Teacher Tralnlnt Clan 7:D(l p. hi. Friday, Choir Practice and Youth !tecreaiion CHURCH OF THt NAZARENE J. G. COKDEM,, Pmlor South Uicunt Hlrcnt . B!t,fl -to v:ls a. ,n. nucl'.n Program^ Kcnii · tt:(5 a. m. Sunday Rchoof 11:00 a. in. Mornlni Worihlp t:St f m. N. V. p. S. Prayer Meet- In* MS |, in. N. Y. P. S,' I'rmii-nm · 6:4J p, m. Adult Prnycr Band 7:M p m Evanielltl'c Service Wedneiday, 7:M p. m., Prayer Meet- in* Thuriday, 7:00 p. -m., Viiltatlon Baptlil Ford Community Church ririt Sunday 11:00 *. m. Rev Dean Parker . Second Sunday ItiOO ·. m. Rov. D. II Lauderback ·Third- Hilrdny I1:M a. m Rev. Altred Whllew. fourth Bu-iu«yi( 11:00 e. m. Riv.,V. C, Erwlll' ' ·",:·· --i · · - . - · · "" - - ! ' lp:0o ·. m Each Sunday, Hundny . ^WXDINGTON METHODIST CHURCH ' A L RIGOS, I'anor lOiOO a n\. Sunday School ' 11.00 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Preachlni Bvrvicei on Fourth and Fifth Sundayi CUMBERLAND PRESBYTERIAN RILL BARNES. Paator ·07 Douclai Street f:4b a. m Sunday School. 7:00 p. m. Evening Wonhlp WEST FORK BAPTIST R. II. REED. I'ailor ·:4.a ni Bundoy School. 11:00 a. m Mornlnl Worahlp. a:30 p. m. Baptlat Tralnlnf Union 7:30 p m. Evenlni Worahlp BETHEL BAPTIST CHUHCH ROY W REED. P..lor Ktl Million Street 1:45 *. m Sunday School 11:00 a. m Mornlnl Worihlp. 11:30 P. ni Tralnini Union 7:,to p m. Evenlni Service Midweek Prayw bervlco--Wednei- day p. m. 7 CENTRAL BAPTISr JACK DEAN Paitor t:4 a m ktunday Brhool. 10:50 a . m Mornlni Worship. · 7:00 p in BnptiRt Training Coune. 1:00 p m Evening Worihlp 9:00 p. m Wedneiday. Prayer eer- vlce. ·f FULL GOSPEL TABERNACLE TOMMV GIBBS Paator 10:00 a m Sunday School. 11:00 a m Preiichlni. 7:1} p m Evaniellitlc lervlre Wedneiday. 7:50 p m Midweek Prayer Service rrlday. 7:30 p m PYPA Servl-e BLACK OAK BAPTIST HOWARD I'lUCHAHD Pallor 10:00 a m Sunday School 11:00 a m I'renclilni Service 7:00 p m Tralnlii| Union 8:00 p m Preaching Service Thuriday 7:30 p m Prnyer mectlnl. COSHEN METHODIST S M. YANCKY. I'ailor 10:00 a. m Sunday School, ll-tw a m Mnrnlni Wonhlp 7:00 p. m Evenlni Worship I AYETTEVILLE BIBuE MISSION »»0 BLOCK SOUTH ClU.l-.EUi. lltterdcnomlnallonal IIOMEIt MOUTTET., Paitor 9.4S a in Sunony Si-noul 11:00 a m Mnrnlni Wonhlp «:IS o. m Yminu Peoples Selvlru 7:00 p m Evnnlellitlc Service^ Junior Choir will meet Saturday at i p. m Wedneiday, 7:,10 p m., Prayer Meet- Inl SUGAR MOUNTAIN BAPTIST HE' t MOntlAN. Pallor A R M N MO.STfLI.KH, Anlilant Paitor ' 10:00 a m Sunday School 7:30 p m Evaniollitlc Menace Wedneiday prayer meetlni at 7:30 p m. 4- . HIGHLAND COMMUNITY ' 10:30 l m Sunday Muhuoi. 11:18 a. m Mornlnl Wonhip Wedneiday nliht, 7:W p m.. Prayel eerirlcee. J, WALNUT GROVE COMMUNITY CHURCH iunday School 10:30 a m . ELKIN8 COMMUNITY CHURCH IAMES K CARTER. Superintendent 10:00 a. m. Sunday School SECOND BAPTIST N V DRAKE. Paitor 1:45 a m Sunday School. 10:45 a m Morning Wurahlp. 7:00 p m Evening Worihlp. Wedneiday. 8 p m . Prayer Btrvtca WEST FORK ASSEMBLY OF GOD BKANHAM and STEELE, Pnltori :45 a. m. Sundny School 11:00 Morning Worahlp (1:30 p. m. Cnrlil Ambaiiador Hervlce fi:.10 p." in. Junior C. A. Service · 7:,10 p. in. Evnugellitlc Service WcdncHday nt 7:30 p. m. -- Prayer Meeting and Bible Study BRENTWOOD COMMUNI1 Y CHURCH Paituri-- Rev. Otha Tackett and Rev. Rox Morgan · 10:00 a. m.' Sunday School 11:00 H. m. Sermon 7:30 p. m. Evening Service 8:00 p. tn Frldny-nlght, Bible atudy and prayer meeting WIGGINS MEMORIAL METHODIST ARNOLD SIMPSON, Paitor / South church and Third Streeui t:45 a. m. Church School , ll'OO a. m. Morning Worihip - ft:;o p. m. Youth Fellowship 7:30 p. m Evening Wqrihlp -h WEST FORK CHRISTIAN JOHN ASUKLI,. Minuter 9:41) a. m. Church School ll:OJ a. m. Morning Wonhip and Communion · Preaching every flni and third JOHNSON CHURCH OF CHTUST BILL K SMITH. Mlnliter 10:00 a in. Bible Study |0:5[1 n in. Worship Service 0:30 p. m. Young People's Clanei . 7:30 p m Worihlp Service Prnj-cr Mcellng Wedneiday at 7:30 p. m. + SON'S CHAPEL 5 MILES EAST ON HIGHWAY U 9:30 a. m Sunday School Superintendent-- Turner Brown. Auxiliary every fourth Monday 1:09 p m. FAHMINGTON BAPTIST D. M. KKE1S. Pastor 10:00 a m Smidai School '-11:00 a. m Morning Worihlp 6:30 p. m. Bnptlit Training Union 7:30' p. m. Evnngellitlc Service Wedneiday 7:30 p. m. Prayer Meet+ FAI1MINGTON METHODIST A _ R1GGS. Paitor 10:110 a m Sunday School 11:00 a. m and 7:30 p. m Preaching Service on Flrit. Second and Third Sundayi -t- NORTH SIDE ASSEMBLY OF GOD SAMUEL E UKUCE, Pallor 10:00 a. m Sunday School 11:00 a m Sermon 7:.10 p. m. £vengollit!o Service. Tueirtay. Voting People'i C. A Sef- vlcci. 7:30 p. m. Friday. Prayer Service. 1 45 p. m. 4- PARKSDALE BAPTIST UKNNEll I3AV1S. Pnilor AR1.K.N MOUTELLAR. Paitor 10:00 a. m Sundny School. 7:30 p m Evangellattc Menage Wedncidny. 7:30 p. m. Prayer Heel- mu Friday. 7:30 p. m. Young People · meeting. + JOHNSON BAPTIST CHURCH F. M I.OGUE. I'nilor 10:00 a m Sunday School 11:00 n m Worihlp Service! 7:00 p. m Training Union A III) p m EvangelTillc Servlcea fi:00 p m. Evening Service Wedneiday. 7:30 p m.. Prayer Meeting . SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST 37 SOUTH STREET SATURDAY: 10:00 n m SMihalh School 11:00 a m ChUrch Service Tueiday. 7:30 p m Prayer meeting SALEM MISSIONARY BAPTIST W R SHARP. Pallor Six Mllca northweil 10:00 a. m Sunday School- 11:00 .a. in. Morning- Wonhlp 7:30 p m Evening wbrimp Wcdnciday, 7:30 p m., P r a y e Meeting CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DAY SAINTS JAMKIt FLETCHER. Elder Sludnnt Union nine Konm 10:30 a m Sunday School. LINCOLN BAPTIST CHURCH JESSE C COLEMAN, Paitor 10:00 a. m. Sunday School 11:00 a m Morning Wnnhlp : 6:30 p. in. Training Union 7:30 p. m. Evening Wonhip CALVARY TABERNACLE 1130 Soulh Hill Street BERYL E. BETH, Pallor 2:30 p m. Deliverance Menage and Prayer 7:30 p. m. Evangellitlc Service! 7:30 p. m. Wedneiday. Tarrying Servlcei 7:30 p m. Saturday. Teitlmonlal Service WEST FORK PRESBYTERIAN DOUGLAS BREWER. Pallor Pint AM Thin) B«M)iri Sunday School 9:30 a. m. Evening Worihip 7:30 p. m. t»eMi AM PMirtk SuMayi Morning Worihip 9:30 a m. Sunday School 10:30 a m. Evening Worship 7:30 p. m. WYMAN COMMUNITY CHURCH 10:00 a. m. Sunday School 11:00 a. m Morning u-onhlp Rev. John Albell. Second Sunday GOSHEN CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE CARL FIEDLER, Paitor 10:00 a. n. Sunday School. ' 11-00 a. m. Worihip Service* 7:30 p. m Wonhlp Cervlcee. + SYCAMORE iAPTiST CHUHCH Wheeler. Arfc E M. TEtER. Paitor 10:00 a. m. Sunday School 10:45 a. m. Morning Worihlp 7:00 p. m. Baptlit Training Union 7:30 p. m. Evening Wonhlp Wedneiday 7:30 p. m.. Mid-week CENTRAL ASSEMBLY OF GOD ei.1 South College ' H L BAYLESS, raator ·:4S a. m. Sunday School. 11:00 a. m Morning Worihlp ·:S» p m. Young People'i meeting 7:30 p m. Evangeliitfe Service. 7:30 p m. Thuriday, Prayer meeting. + CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH Corner of Maple and West Streeti ELDER A. D. STUCKEY. Pmtor 9:4.', a. m. Sundhy School 11:00 a, m. Morning Wonhlp Sermon: A. D. stuckey «:30 p m. Training Service 7:30 p ' m . Evening Worship Sermon: A. D. stuckey Wedneiday at 7:30 p. m. Prayer ·4- IMMANUCL BAPTIB1 CHURCH G W MORRISON. Paitor Corner Duncan end Stone 9:30 a. m. Sunday 'School 10:55 Morning Wnrvhip 6-15 BaptiM Training Union .7:30 Evening Worship Wedneiday, 8 p. m- Prayer Service + FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD DONALD WALKER. Pallor 9:45 ». m Sunday School. 11:00 a m. Preaching. 6:00 p. m Y. P. Clan. 7:30 p. m. Evanfellitic. Service*. 1:30 p m Friday. Bible atudy. 7:30 p m. Tueader. C. A. aervlee OAKLAND BAPTIST (Six Mllei Norlheait) I S. WHITELEY. Paitor ID.Oti a. m Sunday School. 11:00 a m. Morning Worihlp. 7:30 p m BYPTC 11:30 p m. Evening Worihip Wedneiday, 7:30 p. m Prayer meet- 4. PROVIDENCE BAPTIST WALTER JESSER. Paitor iHighwky II Weil) 10:00 a. m Sunday School, 11:00 a. m Morning Worihip. R:30 p m Training Union 7:30 p. m. Evangellillc Service Thunaiy. 7:30 p m.. Praye Meeting + GREENLAND COMMUNITY BOB CORNELIUS. Paitnr 9:45 a m 3umla.v school 11:00 a m Morning Worihli: Thuriday 7:30 p m.. midweek Mm l»ea led by the Rev Jack Taylor. + APOSTOLIC FAITH CHURCH NGOLA MOORE, Pol'or Highway 71 Soulh . IP:M. '·. m - Sunday School tr.OO'a ' nf Morning Service '.7:30 p m. Evangelfitlo Service Wedneiday. 7:30 p. m., Mid week aervlee ·T. JAMES BAPTIST (Ntfral J W WEBB Pallor lo:» a m Sunday Kcnooi Iti30 a m Morning Wenhip. 5:00 p m Young People'i meeting 1:00 p m tvangelutlc Service ST. JAMES METHODIST tM*ft4) A I. BUCHANAN Paator 1:45 · m Sunday School 11:00 a m Morning Wonhl* t:4| f m Youth Fellowihlp 7:M p m Might Sentcee · Br, I*LQYD CAIL, JR. Time was when a boy w h o', to grow up to be a skilled mechanic had to spend Jour yearn in high school preparing not lot hit JHc'K work but for entrance into a university he never expected to attend. But things have changed. To-' day, in addition to a solid grounding in formal education, a Mgb i Kuiiool student who meets the re- \ quirements--and they are strict--~\ can, during his junior and senior | years, study mechanics from 'both I the text book and practical ap-; plication sidej. . ~ The program works well bnffcj for boys who plan lo w u r k as n?6--:|' chanics after graduation and_~for i thost- who xvill attend, a univer^; slty'.and mechanical enetV (ncers. Even future farmcrg can benefit from the course; \nce jriaa'^ crn farms are built around machinery. ·· As . t h e course is operated here, it Is much like any other laboratory work. Students first KO~'-rar various 'mechanical problems ill the classroom, then work them out with their own hands in the shops. And its just one course. The ctu j dents who spend hours bent over the scattered parts of a c»r engine might well have elected to study journalism or typing instead. Beginning the course under George Freeze the students first study--in addition to textbooks-cut-away engines, transmissions and. differentials. Then, with the .principle* In mind,' they begin actual wo/k on real automobiles. Engine! Maintained . Several old automobile engines are maintained at the shop for laboratory work. Despite their ages, they should be. amonft the world's best engines, since they are overhauled at least twice each year by the students. Graduating from cut-aways to "live" engines, the students are put to work on old automobiles under Frcczc's direction. Before completing the two-year course they can tear down, re-bore and rebuild an engine with complete confidence. These aged automobiles, invaluable as teaching aids, present one of Preeze's major problems--they are hard to get. Car dealers, parts companies and salvage yards frequently contribute parts ranging from old engines to piston pins, and one dealer even donated a 1934 Plymouth for experimental purposes. These donations keep the wheels of the class turning--or at least they give the students a chance to keep the wheels turning--but 1 EO far at least they hnven't turned up as many junkers as could be used. Bight now the classes could use Getting Educated Ai A Community Development the Following Business Firms Dcdicote This Schedule ·Arkansas Western Gat Co. ·Boston Store «Cy Carney Appliance Co. ·Campbell-Bell ·foyetteville DrUfc.Stoni '·Hotfield Pontiac Co. · Hunt's ·Ozark Cleanen ·Ozcrk Grocer Co, /. C Penney Co. "·W.-G, Shipley Baking Co., Inc. ·Southwestern Gas Electric Co. ·Vlcker'i, Inc. ·-iltiieldMoWCo. Methodist Church Will Conduct Training School Under the auspices of the Methodist Church there will be a religious training school h e l d throughout the week ot March 10-14, at the Central Methodist Church. The Pev. W. F. Cooley will be. dean of the school. Courses will be offered that will be of importance to the public at large. Several courses will be guided toward the training of Church School workers. Dean R. E. Smith, formerly of Centenary College in Shreveport, La., Will teach a course oh "The Prophets." This will be a general biblical course and will be open to everyone. The Rev. and Mrs. J. W. Workman will present A course for young people en- Inlcd "Preparing for Marriage". Only young people between 15 and 2:1 years of age will be admitted to this course. Mrs. Johnnie McClure will offer a course on "The Family--A · Christian's Concern." The school begins each evening at 7:30 p. m., at the Central Methodist Church and will last until 9:30 p. m. There will be a 15 minute recess at 8:25 p. m., and at this time a refreshment counter will be open. Anyone wishing to enroll for Ihis school contact the off'cc of the Central Methodist Church, phnne 2384. University Plans "Religious Week" Religious Emphasis Week to be held during the week of March 914, wilt be observed on the University campus with seminars, convocations and breakfast each .morning, discussion sessions in the organized houses each night and special classroom lectures. Seminar speakers and their topics have been announced by Bob Kcetcr, seminar committee chairman, as: | Monday through Thursday at 3:30 p, m., the Rev. A. Myrvin De Lapp, director of the Westminster Foundation (t'resbytcrinn) at Knn- HHK State college with the subject "Seeking An Unchanging Faith in a Changing World," the Rev. William Hall Preston, Southwldc Baptist* Student secretary, Courtship and Marrlnge," and the Rev, Fred- crick A. Clumz, Jr., Knyctlcvllle Lutheran 'minister, "What Is a Christian Philosophy? 11 ! Monday through Thursday at 4:15 p. m., th« Rev. Ktills B. Hill, pastor ot the First Christian Church In UU1« Hock, "Th« M*s- !»(·; of the Hebrew Prophets," th Rtv. Alfred M. Brown, pislor of Ihd Flrjl Methodist Church, Ci-owiey, L«., "H»« Religion Full- ed T" «nd i third temlntr lo be Instructor George Freeze, second from right, top, talks over, a mechanical problem with .three students. The students left to right, are Don Peterson, Jim Mahan and Tom Robinson. The engine, mounted on a wheeled frame, is used for practice work. Right Dixon Wheatley studies the valve assembly on a six-cylinder engine which has been cut away by students lo reveal the working parts. Lower right two students complete installation of a v-8 engine in an old model Ford. Making a final adjustment on the rebuilt engine are, left to right, Bob Beinc and Fred Weston. (Carl TIMESFOTOS) a later model. ear. Beat up, of course, but something with hydraulic brakesT^independent front springing and maybe steering column shift; Aside from the engines owned by the school, the students . arc allowed to use their own cars in classes, afid many of them turn out professional overhaul jobs on their aged engines--which may account for that Model A next door that starts right off on those same winter mornings your 'SI model may wheeze arid sputter. Announcements Central Prffbyltrlan Chiich Circles of Central Presbyterian Church will' meet this week as follows: Circle one, dessert luncheon at 2 p. m., Monday, Mrs. Ray E. Ellis, 615 Wall Street; Circle two, Monday at 2:30 p. m., Mrs. A. W. Riney, 510 Prairie Avenue; Circle three, Tuesday at 7:30 p. m., Mrs. Stephen Stenhan, H19 Shady. Program, "The Origin and Aim of the World Council of Churches" by Mrs. Arthur Fry; Circle four, Monday at 1:30 p. m., dessert luncheon, Mrs. Turner Brown, Highway 45, cast. Flint Bt-ptlsl Church An all-day meeting, Day of Prayer of Home Missions, will be held Monday in the Educational Building. A covercd T dish luncheon will be served at noon. St. Paul'* Episcopal Church The Womans General Auxiliary will meet Monday nt 2:30 p. m.. in Sti Paul's Church. Mrs. Charles Brannan will be program leader. The nursery will be open during the meeting. First Christian Church All circles of C. W. F. of the. First Christian Church will meet Monday as, follows; Circle one, Mrs. R. G. Powers, 508 South School Avenue, 2 p. m.; Circle two, Mrs. George Parsons, 125 East Dickson Street, 2 p. m.; . Circle three, Mrs. I. J. Kirk- Wire Road, 7:30 p. m.; Circle four, Mrs. Jim Taylor, 911 Lcverett, 7:30 p. m. Winalnw Church of Chrifl The Church of Christ in Wlns- Imv with minister, James C. Tlamcy, will have Sunday services beginning with Bible Study, 10 », m., sermon and worship, 10:45 | o. m. and evening worship at 7 p. m. Street. Unitarian Fellowship Dr. Marvin Becker will speak on "Problems in the Near East" tomorrow at .the regular meeting of the Student'Union and begin at 11 a. m. At the same hour, three groups of children convene for the church school, taught by Mrs. David Durst, Mrs. Becker, Mrs. Willard Arnett, Mrs. C. H. Davis and Dr. B. H. Gundlach. Doctor Becker'is a member of the history department faculty at the Uni- versity. Local president of th.e» fellowship is Prof Ralph C. Barn-» hart, while Dr. Harold D. Hantz it in charge of speakers. ^' Church of The Nazarcne The C.M.S. will meet Wednesday night, for its regular meeting 1 of the month. Devotions will begin at 7:30 p. m., in charge of the adult group. The Missionary study "Central America" will be presented by the superintendent of studies i n . both the youth and adult groups. ^ Central Christian Church A church library project Is he- Ing sponsored by the Women's Council of Central Christian Church. In addition to' n small number of books owned by the church, suitable volumes are being loaned by members and friends. Mrs. Grace Reecc Adklns Is ehnlrman of the committee In charge of the library, which will be open for use tomorrow. Wiggins Memorial MrthortUt Church The W.S.C.S. of Wiggins Memorial Methodist Church will huve « program mooting Wednesday nt 3 p. m,, In the home of Mrs. Arnold Simpson, J1J West Third given by M'gf- Jm«i E, O'Con- null, rector of St. John'n Semln. ·ry In Little Rock, L- WILl B R E A K E V E R Y B A R TO A HAPPY LIFE y If your happines, it imprisoned by lin't enthackling bondi, Christ atone can make you free. LOOK TO CHRIST and LIVE FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Dr. Walttr I. Johnson, Paitor Sirmon By R«y. Hugo Cullp«pp«r Morning Worihlp Hour 10:55 (Broaden! oy«r Station KGRH) Sunder School liSO Strmon By Rtv. Hugo Cullptpptr Evening Worihip Hour 7)90 Trilnlnj Union till Th« Nursfry is open at all nemctt WELCOME

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