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DHurch News ,,.__--.,,.. Baptists Join m Revival Crusade touthern Baptist .Churche* In I C h u r c h , Evangelist Mai-quart S^ rtE ,A f . k .T as "" c "«'%'nK ·"·««·, Clarence Talbury; "ohn"n in. M tlrnUIUneoui revival effort i Baptist Church, Evangelist G. w! iJ,.it ! ti"1R , ,, '""»' «i"ri: uaptist Church, Evangelist fi W ^^^^^^^^ M ^^^^:.^ D '^^- -ttjg. ire participating In this K'. VJv»l tffort tinder the leadership jeiSihe evangelists nnd singers indi- :£*· , , Flrst "splint. Church, jpngdalo, Eynngelist Ivpy M.ilier, ; 1cr, Foils' Mnrclnnd; Berry ,_,.M Bnptist Church, Sprlnadale jEygnijcHsl Bill Jackson, singer tewenco Layman: First niiptls ·Church, Huntsvlllc, Enangclls ^Justin T. Knorr, singer, Mrs. John . .Wdpormld; · ;gjP*ineiijhip .Baptist Chureh . ure iJJvwifellst Jack Taylor; Provl- ,J«rt:e Baptist Church, meetinc S2 du ct ? i ' h - v ""dents from Bap- ttirt'.'Student U n l n n j PrairiS Gfbva ·Baptist Church, Evaiifelltt 'John B. ; Stephen, singer, R»y Cornwell; rirtt Baptist Church,- Untoln ;Ey»nscli3t A. L. LeakeTancI sinner. .Jwie Coloman; Second Bnptist OftUrch,. rayetteville, Evangelist ,T«m Richards, singer, Cienc Lay- *nin - ;i:';8ethcj Baptist Chinch, Fuvottc- rVllfc, Evangelist Clyde Hocortl, 'ringer, Jack Decker; Dutch Mill* Baptist Churcl), Evnncslist A. J . Scott; - S p r i n g Valley Baptist Church, Evangelist Tom Dove; -.Window Baptist Church, Evnn- · Dove; Black 'Oak Baptist hvangplitts, singers nnd pastor* of these churches will meet m Kcrguton's Cafftcrlit for a fellowship breakfast lit 7:.10 a.m., Monday, Wednesday, Thut'sdny mid Frldn'v This group from Washington ami Union Good Friday Service Announced By Alliance ized thc value of . simple cornmomo.-stlon of Chrlnt'n re- leemliiB v.'nrk on thc cross. They invc come to know that thc cen- urlrs old observance of "Onod 'rliln.v," Iho Friday Ixtfors Easter, ;irini( irnm Iho frcliiiK that It was .'illwl "pond"' and should be loujrht nf as "a good day" by all 'hrlKihns because ji r ; 3s the day on which I heir Savinur gave His life for them. W i t h tills in mind, the local Minjstpi-ijil A l l i i i n r c sponsored a .sinipln service of commcmora- Crow - *"* «fc«ini hyma, ··G Thou Who Thr*u|h Thi« Holy W«tk," will conclude the lei-vie*. Th« offering will b* fiven to th« Bew«nee,AJl 8«inU' foundation runt. ,,, . , , »' eacn o' 'he J Richard Grcer will have ,:hargc of [ Services, Monday This group from Washington ami ", SI " 1 P" 1 service of commcmora- Madiscm Counties will meet with ''"" ' rom 1 to 2 p, m. In the Crn- iheevnngrlistn, sinfjcrK, mid p.-isinri! l r «l Melhotli.'-.t Church lar. 1 vrar ni'Si ^rlL"" P 1 ! 1 "'/ "' th« First Many mcrchnnls closed their stores ^ffi ,,?,",",,', TM*"*?"*TM.'"' "' ""I"' " attend and to enable ii rally nl 11:011 a.m., on Tiicsriiiy. Hie group will hnvu lunch nt a Sprlnfidalo cnfe and will have ;i brnodcast over KBItS nt I :nn p.m. The public Is invited to ailriul services nt nny nf the ahnvc ,11st churches during this slmul lanmus crusade for Christ. Marriages wore William Lymnn . Kc'lley, Huston, Colo., and Miss Loulso Allen, West Fork, ,,,.,,. married April 3 by Jiiriics H. Kays, ustlcr nf thc pence. L, H. .Yates, Nmwho, MCI., nnd Mrs. Fannie,I. Mnnrc, Fayclti'vllle vere marrlrd April 1 by the Hcv' f.'P. Brewster. nttenri and to enable their employes lo attend. This year I ho n l l i i i n c c is aiiniii p l a n n i n g a similar service in the First Baptist Church on Friday, April l l t h , frnm I In '!. p. m . The retail merchants' division of Ihe Chamber of Commerce Is asking all members lo cnoperali! by closing l o r ' t h i s hour. Volunteers from cooperating i-hureh cltnirs will rehearse for thc service in Ihe mitlitoriun on the second llncir of the Educational Blillclini: tif Ihe First Hnptist Church un Wednesday, at D p. m. The simple service of meditation will consist of aii invocation by Ihc president tif Ihe Ministerial Alliance, the llev. I). L. Dykes, I'iiiiRs nf the events at Calvary t h a i "Goncl Friday" of long ago y Ihc Hcv. W i l l i a m F. Cooley, tht music anrl Mrc. Gladys fionne- man will be at the organ. The Mlninlcrial A l l i a n c s is *n- rouraKlnic nil Chrlatians of t h e community to attend this service of simple commemoration, or to attend their church's service If It has a trarlT | one during Ihis hour of memory. St. Paul's Opens Holy Week With "Requiem" Holy Week services at St. Paul's Kpiscopal Church will begin with I "Requiem," lomorrow with a special Palm Sunday Vesper service at S p. m. by thc church choir. The processional h y m n , "The Royal Banners Forward day. Maundy Thursday, (he service will commemorat* the Institution nf Holy Communion, followed hy Tcncbrae, medieval service of dis- m a n t l i n g the altar and veiling the cross in black. This will be continued through the Good Friday service, which will Include the traditional meditations on the "Seven Last Words of Jesug from Ihe Cross." Communion Service To Observe Maundy Thursday Presbyterians To Receive In recognition of th* night before Jesus wag crucified, when I H* instituted thc List S.'.npjr among hi« diidple», gx F:yett«- vllle churches will nncHtt a Union Strviee of Ma'.mdy Thursday in the First Christian Church at 7:30 o'clock next Thursday evening. I As in prior years, the service j will be conducted aeeorairig to] ;he mode jf communion used i ·he host church, but the'jervic s open to all churches. It ha been found that rhere Christia people can commune in commo- with each other in the most aig. nificant of all gerviees of fellov" Sunday morning at the regular worship service, the Central Pre's- u .,,,, ,, hytcrian Church will celebrate the plainsong hymn, in use since S09 Sacrament of Holy Communion, A, D.; thc first number, "Grant hM ' n(! tnc " rst Sunday of thc Them Rest Ktcrnal," sun« by the srrnnn ' quarter. Thc observance of clioir; second, "llolv, Holy, Hnlv " cnrr TMuriion will be linked with ' ' · the Palm Sunday theme in the pastor's communion meditation, -- · ··* K ; i v j \ . c a Ul IU1UV ship, a true unity of the sflrit is achieved. The following minlsltrg nf th? cooperating churches will rnnduct the service: the Rev ?Vv/ard Brubaker, Central Presj-,teria;. Church; the Rev. James Butle,, by sopranos, tenors and basses, "Blessed Jesus," soprano . oln by Frances I.indloff; "l.nmb nf Corl," Wade Egbert, tenor, Hioir; "Deliver Me," .,,,,,,,,,,, Payne, haritnnp, nnd Ihe choir; "In Paradise." by Ihe choM-. Thc organ volunlarj- will be "·'esug. Priceless Treasure," by llokainon nnd played by Mrs. ' - ..-!.,--T:~'-·', ---------t ^ r ^JJ"-t-.-~p-_-r.-r'r~-~ f T,f±+Tnmv--- i i - i x..': m_ 1__J__ * 1*11". Select From This List the Church of Your Choice... Then Attend PHUT HA0T»T !*·»,·..«.... - FIRST BAPTIST WALTER L. JOHNSON'. Paator 9 W a rn 9ttnaa7 rtehooi - 10:55 a m Mornins Worship ·Anthem: "The Palmi" ''?·£ p '".uaptm -irimini utiion ·· -i'l" p m Cvinlnt -- - - · - · · 1:X p. m. B. f CENTRAL PBESBYrtRIAB C. .£DWARO UHUBAKER Paitor William t oibMn, Mlruiur to *tu .9:4S a. m. Church School 1 W:50 a. tn Morninjt Warahip wirmon: Edward Brubakflr 4:00 p. m Ill'h School WcllmlnlMr «:M ji m. Unlvrriity Wettminiter FtllowiSlB . Weiimlniler Houit FIMT MnBrTERIAM JAMES W BUTLSH. JR.. Paitor . William t Glbton. Mlnlitar u Itu- ·enn » U . m Sunday tchool 10:95 Mornln; Worihln InitiUatlan of Oftlrtri Olferlhl lor "Oiw Or«at Hour of Anthem: "Tha Palmi" Meditation: "Will Ha Com« Ic ir.i . Tho Lord'i Supper 4:M p. m. Junittr Peilowihip 4:» p. m. Jr.-m reilowihip . «;M p. m, WntmlnaKr r«llowahlp "SSfi" 1 *-«nt«r. »W W«t Manl. Utrtri union Cornmun'""" 1 "'' p ' .Chrlttlin church. Thuradiy, 7:SO p. m. »'"»« oood Friday lirvlce rlrit Church, rrldiy, 1 to 1 p, m, T ·T. PAUL* EPISCOPAL MABIUI! J. LINDLOt-r. X«lor ··J i · · r n Mol)* Commutuo* ', Paim flunaay - · t : » u a in . Family Str»lrf 11:60 a. m. Mo--'-- ~ UNITARIAN FELLOWSHIP Game room Klurlcnt Union ll «. ·i- CENTRAL CHRISTIAN 'RED IIUCKgLBURV. I'allnr 4{» w»«t Rock street f:4 a. in Sunday School MM a. ni Blbl. Ho-liool 11:00 n. m. Wonhip S«r»ic. Communion 1:4! p. m.-youth and Cummunlon MMtm, " m ' rt.'rm,/c....- Wcdnc "' I »-- .nd 7:3 YoK,h m fi»cr r c.i 1 |'o'n Ch ° lr '' nM Service «'»iln«rlay-Prayer Tcacllcr oermon re Mornfni Pr«)-er -mrl Atith«m: "On To Darit OclhMmim" "·Npbli · 8:00 p. m. "*"aur« Requiem" CENTRAL METHOD1BT O:. t. DTKE* in, Paator Botir * r ' c "'" e Slmi»nl Colfe« - P:30 a. m. Sundltj School I0'« a m Hornlni Worihip ·"-""- CCi "-"n ''junfo°f V "l ln rl V 'ch A an° On, Ride On"-8colt "---tra, Mri. Hirra I. Crr THL NAZARENE ^ --' »-""lt.rjul,, f'AIIOr South Locuit Htre*l KORH '° * :IS "' '"' ""' l ' 0 Pr "«TMm- 1 ? : lil "' m Sunday School ll.m a m. Mnrnlni Wonhlo n *M p m. N, Y. P. s. Prayer Meet- ·;4S f m. N. Y, P. s. I'rosram «.IS p. m. Adult Prayer Band ':M p. m. rv.nieli.ilc service Wedniarlty. 7:so p. m., prayer Mtet. Thunaay, 7:M p m., Vlsltallon ··/«f* r »"l CommunltT Church Firal Hunriav I I . r M K. n... i*--.. Pirker Alfreil Whjttlty' rourlh Cunaa C. Ertvln Id.-IKI Hhool a. m H'OO a in Hei 1I:WI a. m Ro 11:00 a. m R.v. V Cach Sunday, Sundn 4 IEHOVAH'8 WtTNFKSES :ird Floor Itej CTOM Drug Bid* Wednmdny, 7:30 p m Hook Study Friday. 7:30 p m Service rneelliu Friday. «.45 p m.. Theocmtlc Uln. iBlry School Sunday. 3:00 p rn., Walchtowcr Study + SECOND B«PTIST " V DltAlvfj. Hottor 9't'i a m 8undny Ichool. I0:4ri n m Murnlnif vl'vrihip 7.0D p m Kvctilns Vl'nrfchlp WMniiiday. B p tn prayer Servlc WEST FOHrt ASSEMBLY OF GOD 1IKAM1AM nnd STEELE, Pmtort ll:4S n m Slinnny School 11:00 Mornlni Wor«hlp r:HO p. m. Chrlit Ambaoadi Service fi-'M p. m. Junior c A Service J:.10 p in Fvunileliiillc Service Wodnoaday nt 7:M p m.-Pray Meeting and Mlblo Study ""ENTWOOD COMMUNHY i'tlUnCH Pallura-Hcv Ctha Tackell unit R» Rex Morgfin 10:00 a. m Sunday School 11:1X1 n in Sermon J : ?iJ p l n -_Evcnln« Sorvlc. B.OJI p. ni Friday night. Blow itud nnd prayer meellna -(· WjjDINOTON METHODIST ; CfluHCM *. t. IllOOi, 10:0(1 faitor Sunday School ; - and . r.ham Serrn'on: D. L. Dyk»».~ir.' ' · *? P "^^ Wc*lcy Koundallon 4W» t m Youth Group, .:30 p. m Evcnln« Service Cantata for-EaBterllde, "My Hear , h ."; 3l) .,J\,!"·, E ""«f Piny, "The Ca Jwaral'-,Wtaicy plajvra In FIRST CHRISTIAR ·OBIUIT MorrETT. . . »:to Sunday ichool · :«e!io Mernlni Worihic .flermon: "Glorify Thou Me" ·fcii- f A 5i.. c !K!* tlin Voulh Bellow r?i "i d chl Rl1 " rllowihl» ^rilm Serin on Lilt at Paul ·T, JOHN'S LUTHEhAN , n r , Paitor ·7ivm ,* m ,. Sunni ' Scn " *' ' ' Cry ° PC "* %rrnpn: 'Win n o y .'·I? ·P-_jn- Evennil Service J-en.en Him: "Tho I'lljrunnie Play un er ¥nlo"Thy ll H«ndi" Sunday School m Sunil «' Service 'day nnd holldaya. CHUF.CH { OF 5 SAtYER. Mlnuici ; a m Chuich-. irhoot .11.00 a. tn Serruot,' - ?r * m C-oimnunion Ker'vlca A '.JO p m Bonn Service and Bible udv liT. JOSEPH'S CATHOLIC FATHER EDWARD IL MALOY Hanor flh" H M V5" 8: TM """ }1M · m - - · " · r _ in. ·aiJIlUMJ' Ot'IlDOJ ii:m R. m ·ricl 7:,1o p. tn. Pronchfni wrviCM on Fourth *mrj ruth Sundny' T CWMBEIJLAND PBESBTTERIAN HILL HAHNES, Paitor »«7 Ocudm stwet f:45 a m Sunday School. ':(· i m. ivenlni Vinnhlp T- WEST fOBlt iAFTIiT R H REED, I'n.tor l.« a m Sunday Scnooi. 11:09 a. m Mornlni Wonhip ·:M P m. Bapllil Training Union "«i p. m Evening Wonhip ARNOLD SIMPSUH. Paitor d'« Church and Third flrMla if : £ ° "'· 5 nu K1 School ' iroo a m Mornlnil Worihlp 7:30 p m Evening Woriti'lp 1 * WEST FORK CHRISTIAN JOHN ASBEU.. Minuter 0:« a. m Church School Jnitmin'lon" 1 MDrn "" """"" "" Prcnrhlng every Ilrit and thin IO:IHI i. in. Ullilc Study n n, Worihlp Service li:.;ii |i m \ouni Pcujile'i Claiiei 7:.IO p ni Worihlp Service grayer Mcctin« Wedneiday at 7:30 -f. SON'S CHAPEL S MILES EAST ON I[IGHWA» "30 ». m Sunday School MiMcrlnlcndcnl-Turncr Brown A u x i l i a r y every lourth Monday l-oti IJd«y 1Cd 7* y M °"' Mtnfl ° ) ' ' hro ; Saturday Man. Itri a m. 5F1HI Frldnj Man, t-Sa a m :Ttrn Saturday M». 7:Si a m . CHUnCH OP CHRIST IHED McCLUNO, Minuter ' :49 i. m tibia itudy. "" :l»:jt «. in. Mornlni Wonhip , 7:01 p. m.. ciaiiiii , f 1 : S '* m WorihlB Servict ^ M« «. m. WMniiday. Ladl.i Bible . m WMMaday. P r a y e r ind ·Ibw Study tor all aiei . COMMVMITY OHVRCH --.... K CANTER. «up.rlnt.nd«m CHURCH Heeil »31 Minion Street »:4! a In Sundny School 11:00 a m Morning Worihlp · :30 p m Tralnlna Union J:30 p m. Evonlnc Service Midweek Pray" «ervlce-Wedi day p m . I CENTRAL BAPTISi JACK OEAN I'aiior ·:4S a m Munda.v gfhool. IO:SO a. m Morning Worihlp. 7:00 p ni Bnptut draining Cour. H.IIU p m Evening Wornhlp K'.fKi p. m Wednenday. I'rayet i ·ULL GOSPEL TABERNACLE TOMMY 01BBS l'a«:or 10.00 a m Sunday School 11:00 a r * Priachlnc. ':!! p m Evangillitlc ierv|-e Wtdneiday. 7:0 p m Mldwee ray«r Service Friday. 7:» p ,,,. PVPA Strvl-a LACE OAK BAPTIST OWABD PRICHARU I'aiior 10:00 a m Sunday School 11:00 a. m Preaching Service 7:» p m Training Union »:00 p m Preaching Service Thunday 7'30 p m Prayer meeting COSHEN METHODIST K M YANCEY. Pallor 10:00 a. m Hunday Scnooi.' IliOO a m Morning Worihlp 7:00 p m Evening" Worihlp r AYETTEVILLE BIB^E MISSION »00 IH.OCK SOUTH UULLCUa, Inlerdenomlnatlonal HOMER MOUTTET. Pallor »:4S a m Sunday srnuol. ii-oo a m Morning Wonhip 6:15 o m Yclini Peoples Service! ?:00 p m Evangellitlc Service. Junlnr Choir wl.l meat Saturday at z u m Wednesday, 7:W p m . Prayer Meet- SUGAR MOUNTAIN BAPTIST HE' E MORGAN, Panloi A ', I A I 'U : MO 'TELLER. AMIalgnl Pallor 10:W a. m Sunday School ',::t p m Cvangellitlc Melr.aga m prayer meeting at 7:30 HIGHLAND CUMMDNITT a. m Morning Worihtp. ««·» night, ?:*i p m.. Prayar FABMINGTON BAPTIST I) M. KKK1B. I'as.or I?-.TM " m K u n d « School 11:00 « m Morning Worship ?,,! P m - Dapllal Training Union 7:.10 p m Evnngellitlc Service " "iicsdny 7:30 p m. Prayer Meel+ FARMINGTON METHODIST " .. HIGGS. I'nitor 10M a m Sunday Schoo: 11:00 n m. nnd 7:30 p m Preachl Sund'aV 11 Fi "'' S "°" d " nd TM LINCOLN BAPTIST CHURCH JE86E c COLEMAN. P.swr 0:00 a m Sunday School ll:0» a m Morning Worjhlo «'!0 p m. Training union '-·» p m. Evening Wonhip CALVARY TABERNACLE ,1.1 Eo«l Eoulh Street BERYL. E. BETH. Paator 10:00 a. rn. Morning " 2:30 p -- "-·· £So P p In .-. l!:v SnA c J ist ! r Service, Service! 7MO Deliverance Menage an ' "i .'on," " Is .; 1 c nTM8h?" and the ssme Ec rvice a large Norm.n * r ' jup °' I" 0 ' 11 " w111 1e rccei\-ed into the membership of the church, .inme coming by baptism and cnn- fosslon nf faith, others by transfer of letter. These people met with thc elders of Ihe church InM Friday night to be received by that body, informed concerning the local and nations! Presbyterian Church. USA, and to discuss the meaning of church membership. Special guests at the service will be the Rainbow Girls who are attending UK a croup. The choir is to f i n g "Behold the Lamb of God'" from the Messiah by Handel fnr the anthem, j ind Kenneth Osborne will play i ·Oethsemane" by Mailing for the ' Prelude, and "Chorale'' by Guil- . u First Presbyterian Churcn; Rev. Arnold Simpson, th» Servct Wednesday. Tarryin Teillmonla Su t r, r diy I Scho r o'l h !o:30 S J m " l Evening Worjhip 7:jo p m. ion ·"V ^ orn ^ nl worahip Rev. John Aibell r un ' d Sundiy-Rc,v. Virgil Erwln i or THE itor 10.43 s . onhlr. Eervlcet. " A '" iT . P..t or Sunday School - ·Jornlng Worihlp ipm !' m s ." nd «' School, rTM «' m vMnrn| n« Worihlp 7:30 p m E°van*e P '°'"*'' m "" n « B »:» P m. ThJ?l*d*ay*"p t , i y*er'met. C fV;y*"T .· A fTI«T CHURCH Memorial Church; the Hev D l" Dykes, Central Methodii; Church: the Rev. Joe Glyn Cordcll, t h Church of the Nazsrene; the Rev J. Robert Moffett, First Chriitian Church. The nursery of the First rhris tian Church will b« open ;o «rc for small children. Haagen Will Speak On Bombay State The- birth nf a new nation, the writing nf a new constitution, the establishment of the Indian Rean e- public and the migration of mil- Holy Week services at Wednesday, It T:M I. m. in. the Student Union and It ID a. m.; in the church; Maundy Thursday, at 7:30 p. m. in the church; Good Friday, Meditation from 12 to 3 p. m. at the church. St. John's Lutheran Church, l n a special Sunday evening audiovisual program, will observe Lent. The following films will be shown at 7:30 p. m., tomorrow "Thc Pilgrimage Play" (Part II).' A sermon series under the general theme, "Cries from the Cross," will be delivered by Pastor F. A. Gumz, in the morning services which begin at 10:45 o'clock. Specific subject! and dates are as follows: Tomorrow 'Father Into Thy Hands . . . " The remembrance of Jesus' passion will bn given further expression in traditional liturgical forms and will culminate in a com- nunlon service on M a u n d y o'clock. Joseph's Catholic Church will in- elude Mass nt 7 a . m . Monday, m u n ] o n sm , Jce Qn M , u Tuesday and Wednesday. Thurs- | Thursday evening April 10, at 7:30 day morning at 8 o'clock, services -'-'--'· will be followed by the procession to the altar of Reposition. Ladies nf the parish will keep vigil before the Repository. Men will keep vigil during the night hours of Holy Thursday. The cve- ling service at 7:30 o'clock vill e in honor of the Holy Eucharist Good Friday, mass will be saic t 12 o'clock, noon, followed by three hours of devotion in memory of the passion and death of Christ and concluding with the stations of the cross. Saturday blrnjinjr. nf the New Fire and of th* Baptismal Font, begins at 7 a. m., followed by mass at 8 a. m. Confessions will be heard Saturday afternoon from 4 o'clock until S:3t) o'clock and that night from 7 until 8:SO o'clock. Holy Week at St. Paul's Episcopal Church begin with lions of peopTe will b* .,,,,,,; " R «««i«nV at 5 various sSbjict, "ncorpor.Sd "? ST" "T^ Wi " bc h - ld an address to be delivered'aTthJ Monda y'"^Tuesday at 10 a. m.; mant for the Offertory. During the week the members )f (his church will join with other icnominations for the observance of communion commemorating the ast supper on Maundy Thursday "he service will be at the ChrlS- ian Church at 7:30 p. m. On Frl- ay they will join with the mem- ers of nil otiier churches for the 3ood Friday Service at the First "Baptist Church, 1 to 2 p. m. East- r Sunday the Sacrament of In- ant Baptism will be administered. s a part of the regular Easter ervlce. Announcements a-SS "' «.30 p 7:3 in p , Sunday Schoo, M ° rnln - Wonhip Training Service . Evening Worihlp Prayer ""* ----.. and Storw j, m Sunday School ,, Morning Worinlp Btrtnon: "The Glory ot Heaven" b la Baplut training Union .7:30 Evening Worihlp iy r 'spirir" r ' ve *"" A " ln " The Wednesday. 8 p m.. Prayer Servlc. A31EMBLT SAMUEL" e mtuct Paitor 10:00 a m Sunday 6chool 11:00 a m. Sermon T,,«," m ,. l:v " 1 """" : '''"let i5l"S n T' P ' OPlrt C A » Friday. Prayir Service. I «l p A PARKSDALE BAPTIST I IT M M I'd ( i i i . i r ... . NNEH UAVlfc. 1'lstor iif "OSTE1.LAR. As,ut.nt Paito . . . . n . m Sunday School 7:.10 p rn Evangclmlc Memage Vcdnesrtoy. 7:30 p m. Pr .yer He leot'ln"/' Y ° un * OHNSON 9APTI8T CHURCH M I.OGUt. 1'istor JJ'O!) a m Sunday School 11:00 a rn Worihlp Seivlcea 7:00 p. m Tralnlnc Union 1! 00 p ro Evening Service Wodneidny 7:,w p m . Prayei Meei °" OVE COMMUMITY SATUHDAY: |0« a m Snbhath Scnooi II 00 a m Cliurrh acrvlca Tueidny 7..10 p m Prayer meeting ,, - MISSIONARY BAPTIST R SHARP. I'aiior Six Mlled norlhwcil if'SJ " m nun ' l «y School 11:00 a m Morning Worihlp p m Evening Worihlp p m " y ' M e l n CHUHCH or JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DAY SAINTS JAMER FLETCIUR, Elder ii'm Union Blue Mom · m Sunday Ichool. ll'OO a m Preaching. 6:00 p m Y. p data. £30 p m Friday. Bible'ltudy 7MO r. m Tueiday. c. A. Mri OAKLAND BAPTIST s wmTril-'l" nNorlh ««l a WHITELEY, Paitor 11:00 a m Morning Worihip. 7:30 p rn BYPTC B:30 p m Evening WonhiD Wedne,day. 7:30 p m P r a y e r TM PROVIDENCE SAPTiiT WALTER JESSKR. Pastor Jf.oo » m Sunday School. 11:00 « m Morning Worship. 6:30 p m Training Union '.so p rn Evaneellalic Service Prayir Meeiing. 7:30 Friday. Youth Mujlcnl program, 7 UREENLAND COMMUNITY ton CORNELIUS. Pmtor «.« a m Sunday School 11:00 a m Mnrnln* U'A»i.t. llghway 71 South n:M a m Sunday School ll 00 a m Morning Service 7:30 p m Evangelistic Servlee ·Jvlc*" ' ;3 ° " m " M ' d WMk T. JAMES BAPTIST (Na«to) W WEBH Pailoi .0:3; a m Sunday School ll:» m Mornlni Worahip IE * m Jf"ung People'! mniifia ·:0n p m (yangillilk Siirylcl T. JAMES METHODIST m«(ro! I. BUL-HANAN PHilor "*·"" ·:« a m Simday Sthooi II.M · m Mornlni Worihip · is p m Youin r«liowihlt. 7iM p m Night r -- · -- * Central Preabjrterlan Circles of the Central Presby- crian Church will m«t Mond»y K follows: Circle one, Mrs. E. I. Troeger, 44 East Rebecca, 1:30 p. m., esscrt luncheon; Circle two, Mrs. George Cole, 15 West Cleburn, 2:30 p. m.; Circle four, Mrs. E. F. Whit- hurch. Haskcll Heights, 1:30 p. .; dessert luncheon. entral Melhodlat Church W.S.C.S. Circles of the Central Church will have their gular business and program cctirig Monday at 1:3D p. m. Wesley Hall. The proKram, "The Work of W.S.C.S." will be presented by Mrs. R. K. Bent. Mrs Ernest Standley, Mrs. Mearl Mc- Kinne.v, Mrs. Sam McNair, Mrs Witt Carter, Mrs. E. H. Hook and Mrs. w. F. Cooley who were dele- Rates to the North Arkansas Con- CHURCH fercncc, held at North Little Rock. The W.S.C.S. will observe "A Day Apart'" with services Thursday morning at 9:30 o'clock in Wesley Hall. All women of the church arc invited to attend. There will he special Easter music and the two brief meditations will be (tiven by Mrs. D. L. Dykes, Jr. and Mrs. J. A. Joiner. Flnt Christian Church Circles of the First Christian Church will meet Monday as follows: Circles one and two, 2 p. m., at (he church with showing of film "Wings To The Word" and circle three and four, at the church, 7:30 p. m., showing the same film. First Baptiit Church Circle six. of the First Baptist Church will meet Monday at 12 o'clock noon for luncheon in the church. Circles two,. three, four and five will meet at 2 o'clock in the afternoon at (lie church anrl a joint meeting at 2:;!0 that afternoon with a filrr shown by Mrs. R. A. Bowdlsh, cmccn.'ng missionary activities of h«.r son. Business women's Circle will meet Monday nt 7:30 p. m. with Mrs. Rnlph. Lehman, 1/4 Mission. Flnt Prtabyterian Church The Executive Board of th Women of Ida first rtMbyte Church wii, meev at 2 p. m., Mon (iaj at the church. an address tn be delivered at the Apostolic Faith Church n e x t Wednesday evening- at 7:30 o'clock by the Rev. Paul C. H.agen. The church is located about one block south snd one block east of Purdy's store, Highway 71, north. Mr. H a a g e n will illustrate his m e s s a g e with some BOO Koda- chrom* s l i d e s which he took' while minister- Ing In India. He will sln« Indian Christian songs to the accom.- 'paniment of several national instrument* and will dress in national costumes. Mr. Haanen has sptnl the past six years as a missionary of th« Christian and Missionary Alliance in the Gujarat! speaking area of Bombay State, India. For th« greater portion of this time he was engaged in educational work, having the supervision of the Mission's Primary and Boarding Schools. During hii term in India, Mr. Haagen was entertained it tea with.Lord W»vel, then Viceroy of India, met Mahatm* Gandhi within a year of hin death, has discussed Indian affairs with present day leaders, and has gone out of his way to contact and understand the silent illiterate agriculturist who constitutes the larger art of. India'g immense popula- ian. "Requiem," at 5 p. m. Holy Com- will be held immanuel Baptists To Conclude Revival The Immanuel Baptist Church will close Its revival services tomorrow. Durinpr the past week the church offered the early morning worshipers a free breakfast pre- ceedinjr the 7 o'clock worship services. The services will close Sunday nighl. The Rev. G. W. Morrison's fcrmon subjects will be as follows: Saturday. 7 p. m .. "The Trinity of Hell"; Sunday 10:55 a. m.. "The Glory of Heaven": Sunday 7:30 p. m., "Five Sins Against The Holy Spirit"; following the last sermon the church will have a baptismal service. The vitamin-packed liver is one of thc mst important parts of the 5hark \ O R SEEKS TO IKING I r NEW LIFE TO vn.. Thij Easter Why Not Let Christ's Power Take Control? STMNCTH IS YOURS FOR THE ASKING FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Dr. Wahtr L. Johnson, Pastor SERMON BY THE PASTOR M«rataf Worihip Hour 10:55 IBrotdciit orir Station KOIIHr Sundar School Ci30 B.S.U. INSTALLATION SERVICE Erwinoj Worihip Hour 7:30 Training Union i:15 Tht Nursery is open ar all services WELCOME "irSf 1 R CAHTCFI. Buiwric · ID:TO a. m Suoday Srhool Simdav nrhnnt m.« y " C|MK " l ' M · m i»TM . m Bund., ichool fM p "^ ·£?$, ''£ iiclns Memorial churrh The W. S C. S. of lln Winjln 'i Mi'.nrh will h'.ve r pro gram Wednesday at 2 p. m., in Ihc home of Mrs. Arnold Simp son, 215 West Third Street. Lincoln Flnt Rupllit Church Evangelist A. L. Lcakc will begin a meeting in the First Baptist Church of Lincoln, Sunday morning. The pastor, Jesse Cole- mnn will lend the singing with Mrs. Lonke at the piano. The ng will continue through April 1.1. The nam« of tht klnf o; Ubyt il Sayylrt MnhatMBMI 'r)-l« el Mahdl ·! Senug-t ; "My Heart Is Glad" A Cantata for Eastertide The CENTRAL METHODIST CHURCH presents The Chancel Choir Sunday, April 6 7:30 p.m. in this year's outstanding musical program Directed by MARGARET O'MALLEY EVERYONE Cordially Invited to Attend

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