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2 NORTHWEST AUKANSAS TIMK, FoyeH«vlll«, Arkon»o«, Saturday, April 19, 1952 Church News Large Group At West Fork Helps Plan and Present Community Easter Pageant Konnip My firs and GfforRC R a m - | /\^gy F e l l o w s h i p DoV soy; Musjr-; Margaret Simpson,; f ^ ' af:;irle'l by Nnrr-ne Rf-cd at t h e . J O DC UDSCrVSQ nr«;in nnd the Jiii.'h arhool rhorus of f»0 members; M a k o - u p ; . l u n n i t a "Spiritual Security for Today's l l n l l a n r l . Paulino Sloelo and Cam- Families" Is the theme this year lor- r j r f U i n ; Sound effects: Flnyd I fnr May Fellowship Day, spon- ' j ( ' . m l i e l l . » mrrd bv the C e n t r a l Department of U n i l r r i C h u r r h Women o!' the N a t i o n a l Council nf the Churches of Christ in thp U. S. A. The day !K observed yearly by church worn- firm-TM. S w i U r i b i n d / K P . S ) - T h r ; TM in t h o u s a n d s of rnmmunitics \\Vst Fnrk-tSprc.iaD-Tlir West Fork C o m m u n i t y R»liKlous Council, f p o n r o r of Ihr World Day of Prayer, a T h a n k s s c - m e worship s e r v i c e end a Christmas pageant, last Sunday promised an E/iMer pripeant. w h i c h wn^ given a* n Funrif.c ser\ ire in t h e school cym- na:,ium. The Council if composed of V i r f . T. I... M r K n i c h t . p r e f i d t n l ; IV. K. Phillip.' and t h e fir-.'. DOUB- 3a.i Hrcwer of t h e Presbyterian C h u r c h ; Mrs. L i l l i a n A. G a r n r l l , secretary, Mrs Lon Thomas and the Rev. John Ashelt of the Christ i a n C h u r r h ; P a u l Curlis. irea?- urer, the Hcv. Kaymonri Heert nnd Kcnlic f i n e of the Haptis! C h u r c h ; Mrs. M a r y Rne. h i s t o r i a n , M r t . L i l l i a n Webb and the Rev. Pauline Slrc-lc- and the Hc-v. M a r y H u t h Bi'flnham of the Assembly of Gorl Church; Mr?. R r h r r r n W i l l i a m s and .lane Cantrcl! of t h e P a r e n t Teacher Asr.ocintinn; n n d Mr. a n d Mrs. Bud] Woods of the Wi-M Fork ichools. A Inrgc number of persons tonk part in preparations nnd jirrsonta- tion of the pajcant. Special frr-nc 1 * for the paseant werP painted by a commit!?? compound nf Mr*. Nnranp Herri, R p f f i n a Fine-, .Suzanne W i t liar, "if., Ciro]p!» Hi f i r m , F r a n r i n r - N'nlP«, , I r : i n n f t t n \V n I k r i , { J o n f - v i n y f New I in ;mrl Tr-il Jmkc. Tiu-:-o Ftinwrd tliMhsniiflMo. thr- hou.'-e nf C'aiaprms the hi; 1 )! piK i ::t, Pil.-iiu's j u d g m e n t foul, O n l ^ o t b n , nnd th" Tornh in the Oarrl?n of ,Ior,oph of Arim,i1hi"n, LiKhiini,' p f l c - c f s wr-n iirhH-'.od by the e o m m i t l e e . comprised nf .loiKt C t i n t r n l l . Kd f J j i r n o t l . H a y L a n d r l l i i K . Grnryc Hani.' f y , Onn llnyp.1. Cnralpu C l l f l u n , C h m l r r Hoy IP. Cordon Smith. B i l l U'ldor- liill. Donald Kfirnr.s Tommy llarl · I f f l , rlnyd C i i n t r p l l , I ) n n ; i l f t .loncs, nnd Hue!) Woods. IVtJiils in snidinV armor, hrm! drossy, nnd apparel "f Ihr prrind r n M u m i n f ; was fnllnwr-d \iy Ihr- r f i m m i t l e e I n c l u d i n g V i r m n J J i C«r- t r r , L i l l i a n A. G a r n o t l nnd Mn.. OUR CMfton. Other c o m m i t t e e s w n i e a- f o l lows: Script, IJ I l i a in A. C J a r n e i t , Mj'Knn.M .Simpsnii, 1'milinr Sleele. M a r y H u f h H r a n h n m a n d H a y Re-fM; C o n s f r u r t u m ; P a u l Cur I is, Henry Jnhn.s \V. M. U m i n n , BuHl Woods. Hparl C a r t e r . Paul Davis. Psychotherapy Studied, Relation To M i n i s t r y relationship ld-»wn psychmher- '· TM t h e first F r i d a y in May. ' . . . · l ^ I . . t : r . . n ,.t 4 h r , t (K p V I apy i.nd the pai.loral m i n i s t r y i n K out t h a t this year the we'ro rtlsnifrrd l,y a Kroup of p»y- observance comcn t w o days bc- ··hothf-rapi.Ms, psyrb'iloqists and fore Ihe beginning of National Kinn!:. nicrMiiu: n t the Kru- I n r . t i t u l p in nnssey, near f a m i l y Week, May 4-11, Mrs. Allen ' K n l i f h l Chalmers, Newtonville, Ihe n a t i o n a l ' ' C f n e ^ j j , S'A-it/.prlanfl. Marr'h 21 t o j M a s s . , c h a i r m a n of ;hc n a t i o n a l i 'n fi!r"-s vfts laid on the noM for j May Fellowship Daj committee-, ii MM.IT pr'.rMivr a t t i t u d e on t h r j . ' i n i r f t h n day would m a r k the bc- l a i l nf jn-iP. ( :i nnd p n « = t o r towards | g i n n i n g of a year's study program jrii-dr-rn psychntliprappiilic mcth- iid;.. i n s o f a r as they fire practiced 0:1 C h r i s t i a n f a m i l y life. In a d d i t i o n to the n e l f - e v a l u a - . i i l 10 thi' rcsponsihilily iissumcil by t h e factor, and rjf the foy '.i rinus workers w i t h a genuine \ lion chart," the church women n".|if-ct fnr I h n h u m a n i n d i v i d u a l , j w i l l iisn a i-asfi s t u d y of an Anicr- if.lcrsifi"dintfs and iran fe.mlly nnd n study booklet on " S p i r i t u a l Security for Today's Families," -which reivers .such topics as family relations, f a m i l y ' l i m i t s t" i b a t r r s p n i i M b i l i t y . ) ) It religious observances, and the t \va*; rrnphasi/.od s t i l l more t h a t j C h r i s t i a n family's approach to Mn t h e f u t . u r f t h e rlcrsy must be I such problems as d e a t h and race j e f f r d i v e l y t r a i n e d fnr t h e i r | relations. The booklet was w r i t t e n · pn::inr;il w » ' j k , nnd t h a t n c e r t a i n , ily p r T\] a r j o n cuthbcrt. professor knn'A li'dce of iisychnlosy i- i n ~ ; of soi'ioJojiy nnd anthropology at I d i P j M ' i i t J i l i l p . The U n i t e d Slnles ftnrl Brooklyn CollcRC, Brooklyn, N. Y. S-i-drn, it w;is pointed n u t , had ripcne'l lip nev; p n t h s in t h i n field, Thr ' c n n f c i . - f i c r p n r t i c i p a n t s rrr- e c . - . lii«nizf:(l H i n t Ihe problem had only ,, ..... .. ............ . . I, r-en imu-hcil up r 'n. The rr-sulls of I -phc t u n i n s fork wns Inven t h e n - rirliberalions w i l l he pub- 1711. Many of the trails in Central Africa are believed to have been developed by Arah slave traders. ted in The p a r a r h i i l p Is .1 dpvp'npmcnt of the n i f u l e r i ) u m b r e l l n . In Medieval English the word "tr.idn" meant "path" and was similar to the word "tread-." Select From This List the Church of Your Choice... Then Attend riRBT BAPTIST WALTER L. JOHNSON. Patter fl:30 a m Sunday lichool v 10;6S « in M o r n i n B Wnriliin · ' Solo "Thr Lord it My ROCK -Fr*-J ElJerbe Bormon Rev MUtnn DuPrl«t * i'u P m tiiptui 1 ramme Union 7:50 p. m. Evenlnc Worihlo " '' CENTRAL PRESBYTERIAN c EDWARD BHUBAKER, p«tor William . Glbion, Minuter lOiStu- ,dtnU B'4!i *. m C h u r r h School - JO SO a m. M o r n i n B Worihip ;. A n t h t m - "Rifle On in M a j M t y - · Sermon "U'hcra Are The Prc^hy- S no p m High School Wnlmtn.MT Fe)low*hip f, (V.t p m. U m v e r i j t y W « l n U n « i e r FIRST PHLSBYTER1AW JAMES W UUTLEK. J R . t'»«tor Wllllnm E. Gibson, Mtnlllfr to Stu- 8-H5 a. m Sunday School jim M c r n t n e Worihip A n t h e m . -ln« An K l'ii Hymn "s-t'rmcm: ''whoiii Word A r # You DfpcnrlinK On 1 ?" 4-30 p. m- Junior l-'cliowihip 4 iO p. m. J r - H i K r l l n w s h l p 6 00 p m W « t m l n » t c r rtltowihi)) Student Center. »ri2 Writ Mnple K l i c c t 6T. PAUL'S EPISCOPAL MABIUS J LINDLOFr". H*«M Firit Sunday A/!er rail^r. H 00 a in Hui.v Communion 9 ;«) » m f a m i l y Servicr ; )]-nn a m. M o r n i n g - r r · y # r - e n d Ecrmnn . 6 -.10 p m Y n u n g C h y r r h m r n -V CENTRAL METHODIST IJ L DVKE-S. J H . PMlor fl W) a. rr. Colirfift Jlurt*nl C o f i p Hour o ?n A m Siin'la School Id 4.'i u ill U o r n i n E Wonliin Ar.;h«m " W n o t Are THPHC Th.i / i c A r r a y e d in Whlti- nr»bfi?"Sl«inf. M i p r i n i Mu*n- Stijr."n Dr. S C Mr Pliers (Ml 1 - m i n o a t i ROCK STREET N. T. C H U R C H (CENTRAL C H R I S T I A N ) FBED H U C K K U 3 U F O , J'/mior n? W«Dt Hock Hircci 9 45 ft. m HurHny Sfliool I I I I M I n rn Hlhlc School I I (X) n rn Womhip Scrvtc* f Cnmmunion Bur man G:4T p m -- Y u o l h H r r l t n ^ 7:3ft -- E v c n l t i i j K v n n i E ^ i i t t l c Kcrvlc intl Communior 7.^0 o m. 7:,?o p m T r n t n i n c Clfi.M Wednendny -- I'm ye Wertn^ftriny, Tcnchr CHURCH OF THE N A Z A R E N E J. G CDRUKLL. Pn.su-r South (xjru.tt S t f f c i fl'./O to 0:13 n. -n. natl'o J ' n i K r n m -- KGHH H:4ft n. n) Sunday School 11:00 n in Moriilnff W o m h i p ft .10 p m. K. Y. P. S Prayer Meeting fi:4S p in N V. P S. P r n R r n m fi;4!i p. m A r f u l i P r a y e r J)nnd 7:Hl) p. m E v a n n c i i a t i e K c r v i f f i Wcrtnenrtky. 7:,10 p m.. Prayer Moct- ing Thunday, 7:00 p, in., VlBliotton Ford C o m m u n l l j - Church Kirn Stuirtaj 11:00 a. in. Rev uenn Pnrker Second HimdHy 11:(K) a m. Ilcv II. H Lfiurlrrb.ick j Third S t i m l n y l l - M £. m Kcv. A l f r e d W h i t r l e y Fourth b u n d n y : 11.00 ·. m. llcv. V. C Rrwin 10 no a. rr. Eiirh Sundny, tiiintlny School | 4- I WEDINGTON METHODIST I CHURCH I A. 1, RIGiiS. l'a*inr 10:00 * m. Sumlny School 1 1. 00 a m. and 7 ,iu p in P r c a c h i n c Services on Kourih and F i l l h S u n d n y y . Pfihr.fr V n u i h G r o u p ' n m c S Bo Snil 1 - -H n u i h G r o u p * t.'vfnmc Service - ci, Jr . H r o n d r n M FIRST CHRISTIAN* HOBEHT MOKKKTT. Pi* tor rhn ]fp t If. . in S u i i ' l n y Schnn! ir. M o m i n p W o r ^ h i r , ,n D s. r. ft 30 p ni C h r i s t i a n Yr:i''l! ip am) Chi Rhn F f l l o w n h i r + RT. JOHN'S L U T H E R A N FREDF-HICK Cl.'V./. P ft 3fl a rn Sur.'ia FIHST C H U R C H Of CHRIST. SCIENTIST ? T.O ft m S u r i ^ i y S^iiool j ; fi-1 s m F n n ( i i S f r v . r f f. 4:. p in K f - H H n n f ) ^ \ iU«1i C U M B E R L A N D PRESBYTERIAN I HILL »AHNKS. Pnalur I B07 U n u f l n s H t r r r t P 4.s A in S i i n d u y Schnni i 7 fKI n m. Kvenlni; \ \ u t b t n p . WEST FORK BAPTIST n H RKKD. PniKir () 4.S n ni Sunday tirhunl. 11.on a in M o r n m c Wotihlp. fi:,in p m U(utisi TnilninK l.'nion 7:30 p m Kvcnlnfi Worilnp 'BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH ROY W HE KM I'a^lor MI M i s u l n n Slrrct fl *S n in Sunrin Si.-lmol 110:» H m M n r n i n R W n r s m p C 3n p m Trnmiiis I ' m m i i T.ni n ni F.vpnin^' SiTvii-c i rt»y p n. 7 ! + I c E N T R A L BAPTIST J A C K UFA.N J'aMcr 9 4! A m ounrtBV B,"h(Xl. 10 MI » in M n r i i i n f i W n i . - h i p 7 Oi p ni U n p l m i 'i nniiiiu 1 Couisr f. "" p m EveniniE Wornup s 00 p m Wertni'tday. I'rajcr icr- JEHOVAH'S WiTNE«SES 3rd F i i m r nod Crosft Urus H!d| Wcd»L-iii«y. 7:ao P m flt»ok rt iudy. rridny. 7:30 p m ficrvico incclinc F r l r l = v . R 45 p m.. Thcocrnlic M l n - ' S S u n d n y , 3 IW P m.. W n t c h i o w n r Study + SECOND B \PT1ST N V U H A i \ K . I'JifiKi- 1 J 45 a in Sun-l;i.v hfhOOl. in. 45 n in Morning Wurrtilp. 7 oo p m F.vcnins Worihip W(jdtH'sil«y S p m. grayer Service -f WEST F U H K ASSEMBLY OF GOD i m A N H A M nnrt fi'l'KKLE. Pmlori p .tri n ni. Snnnny School ]1 (in Mori-.nii: Worship f.'.M; n. m. Christ AmbBinndor firrvir* 11,111 p. m J u n i o r C. .A Service 7:in p m E v a n g e l i s t i c Scrvlct Wcfi'icRilny al 7.?.» p m.-- Prayer Mcctiim nnd Hiblc Study BRENTWOOD C O M M U N I T Y CHURCH Pfisiurs -Hrv. O t h a 1'acKclt ano Hcv llrx Morean lii.im n. in .sund»y School 11 in) n. in Surninii 7 .Id p in EvLMinifj Service h 00 p. in F r i i h i \ niglil, Ulble »tud [Mid prjiyrr meeting -*W I G G I N S MEMORIAL METHODIST A R N O L D SIMPSON. Pamor S n u t l i Church :mrl Third StreeU 9:S n. in- Church Sflioyl l l ' W i a in Morning Wnrshlp fl::iO p 111. Y o u t h Fcllowihip 7:30 p in Eve 1 n i n e Worahlp ^· WEST FORK CHRISTIAN J O H N ASDf.LL. M i n i s t e r !):1S ;i in Churrh School 110.) n in Morning Worship and cvury f i r s t third JOHNSON CHURCH OF CHKIS1 [ i l l . I . K S M I T H . M i n i s t e r in no n in l U h l i - SMirly in . f i i n m Worship Scrvicu r. 30 p. in YuimK Pt-npip-j Clnssen -::=« p in Worship St-rvicc P I : I M - I Mculini; WfiliK-sday at 7 3 0 W A L N U T GROVE COMMUNITY CHURCH Sunday School 10:30 n m. CALVARY TABERNACLE n.'i Easl Soulh Street B E R Y L E. BETH. Pastor ]0:(10 a m Morning Service 2:30 p m. Deliverance Message and Prnyc. 7:4.i p. m Evanstelistlc Services 7:^0 p · rn- Wednesday. Tarryinj? 7:.in p Service m Snturday. Tcstlmoninl v\n G H K E N L A N D C H U R C H O F C H R I S T O f i l h . l -A!.vnt M i n i f l r i :0 M o m i.T.'jfi-h irhool H «: A til F( rr.iOr, 11 't^ a IT, O u n R i i i n K - n t-rrvir* 7 M \, m J'..'.ni: STviro a n d U i i T,T. JOSEPH'S C A T H O L I C r A T i i r f ; M I ' A ' A U M ii M M ( ' ' V I FULL GOSPEL T A B E R N A C L E | 10 HO a ni S u n d a y fVfni.il, 11 00 « tn Pre.irhinc 7 I* p ni t'-vntiKClifttii- i-ervire WfMlnr-«riJi ~, ?o p in M n t u c o r rrhi r ni°"jO p ni t ' V P A S f i v ! - « ·i B L A C K O A K B A P T I S T HOW A H I I ' K H M A l i l i ('.i*!nr in (Vi ,-i m Siiiid.-n M' .'mi'! GOSHEN METHODIST I .'-, M V A M ' I . Y I .'··'"T SON'S CHAPEL 5 M I L K S h A S r T)N H I G H W A Y *i 0 ;in ; in Sun-liiy Si-hnoi K i i M f n t i h - n d c n t - - T u r n e r Drown. A u v i i l a r y cvury luunn MonriH l.W) p m. 4- F A R M I N G T O N BAPTIST I I M K H h l S I ' n M i . r h 1 I'll .i in S u r n l i i j Srhon! 11 i-u n in M n m m e \ V n ^ h i p i' ;i|i p m !Vip:i!it T r a i n i n s I'nson Wt-.iuc«d.iy 7.30 p. in. Prayer Meoi- inf{. + F A R M I N G T O K METHODIST A ., UIlJC;^ P n n l o r H 1 i-"i ft ni Sunday Si-huo. I I i" ,T nv ami 7 ?n p. in Prcarhmg F f - r v i i - p mi 1'jrst. Second *md T h i r d WEST FORK PRESBYTERIAN i;nOGLAS D R E W K R . Castor urst And Third Sundays S u n d a y Schoiil 0:30 a m. Evening Worship 7:30 p m. Sr- o,i(* And Fourth tuncUyi Morning Worship 11:30 a m. Sunday School lO.r.O n m Evening Worship 7:30 p m. + W Y M A N COMMUNITY CHURCH 10:00 · m Sunday School 11 Of) n m Morning worship Rermon*: Seconrl nnd Fourth Sunday*-- Rev. .Inhn Ashell Third Sunday--Rev. Virgil Eru-in ·4- G03HEN CHURCH OF THE NA2ARENE CAHL FIEDLER. Pmilor lfl:00 a. i.. Sunday School. 11 on H. m Worihip Services. 7:30 p. m WorshfD* Servlcei. SYCAMORE BAPTIST CHURCH Whcclor. Ark, E M TETER. Paitor 10:00 a m. Sunday School 10:4.'t a. m. Morning Worship 7:00 p. m. U a p t j f i t Training Union 7:30 p rn. £1 r n i n g Worship Wednesday 7:30 p. m. r tfld-weck service. U. CENTRAL ASSEMBLY OF GOD G13 South College II L DAYLESS. 1'nsioi 3:45 a. ni Sunday Ecliiol. 1 1 :00 n. m Morning \\ orshlp 6:3u p. m Young People's mcttlng 7:30 p m. Kvanpellstlc Service 7:30 p rn. Thuridgy, Prayer meeting. CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH Corner of Maple and WiMt Streets ELDER A D. STUCKEY. Pastor fl.1b a n*. Sunday School 1 1 oo ,1 m. Mornina Worship 6 30 p ni TratnliiR Service 7:30 p m Evening Worship Wednesday el 7:.10 t ). m. Prayer Service and Rihlo Study + IMMANUEL BAPTIS't CHURCH G W MORRISON. Pastor Coiner Duncan ond Slona 9. 3ft a m Sunday School 10-,'iS M n r n i n j t Worsnip Sermon "Thr Glnr.v o( Heaven" p-l.'i B n p l i M I r . i l i u i i t r Union 7 .10 E v e n i n g Worship Si-rnion- "Five Sins A ^ a i n M Thr U n l - S p i r i t " , ttrdncsdny. 8 p in.. Pr.i.vcr Service 1 · N O R T H SIDt A S S E M B L Y OF GOD .-··\MrM. t'. n u r c K p.iftor in Sun 1:.y School 11 1 I' h'v e l l * · Si- People * C A Ser S e r v i c e , i i p m P A R K S D A L C B A P T I S T H I \ \ 1 I t H \ V L l - P . i - t m · \t'.! 1 \ Y t i S ' m . l A l t . A ^ I M . H U P n M o r ! r im n in K v r i K r i j ; u » i , i - . , | i : I f A Y E T T E V I L L E B I D u E M I S S I O N ; gon M l t ' C K soi TU i ' M . i . i . t i r . " M i M '1 I K T l'..*".r " W . - i ^ l i l p CHURCH OK CHIUST Fnvn ·.:''. i i,tv-: r i M;!.i!'fr W r M " V l l l r f n u n .'...t!h ! ^ r n . l r c. h 111 niiiif Muiiy K ' . - i n 11. M i - i n n . j U f . r i M l i 'i w p in ( ^ l a M f . 7 j". 11 in V i - M h i p S f t v . f r It .V) A i n . \S'M1r.'-.'rt,T\ l . f t ' l i f s H;i Oil* -, :[i p 'n u f i n r . - l i i l r f. i f Mr.rlniK anfl f i i h i f Sti.'lv d i r n i l r.Kf. -t- ELK1NS C O M M U N I T Y C H U R C H JAMF'.S K ( A R T K n S i i | , r t m l r i l . 1 n l 10:00 K m .Sun.1ny firh.-.fil U N l T A n i A H r n i . L O W S H I P -i S U G A R M O U N T A I N B A P T I S T i.r · t MI J ; I ; A : , P.XHM 7 :t(i '[i m r\..npr!iMii- M. ·.·..!»;.· W - r | i i r - . ] n | - r . i \ r r f i i r . - l i i u ; ..t 7 it H I G H L A N D C O M M U N I T Y . II IA « ML M.'iiimii V'.ol»:..f. \Vrrlllf.irlny niiitil. 7 :nj p in, f'flt.M L I N C O I . N n A P T I S T CHUI1CH .II'SM: c I ' n l I M A N I'..-' 'I I I ll.l A Ml MnMllll^ \\ n . - l l l p J O H N S O N BAPTIST C H U R C H K M ; i u : r i p ivor hi 'i" ,-i in S i i i i . ' . n j Srf.oul I ! ii i a in ."..r-.i-.lp S c t v i , ei ' FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD nON'AI.I) W A L K E R . Pastor 9 ·*.' ». m Sundny School. M (in « m Prenclung C:00 p m V. P Class. 7.HO p m EvunjelUt.c Serviro. ' ; :.10 p m Pnday. Bible *tudy 7:3U p m Tursdny. C. A tervlcv ·4- O A K L A N D BAPTIST ( S i x M i Irs N'orinenit) I S WWTE1.EV. Pnsror Hi on « m Sunday School. 11 M a ni Morning Worship. 7 id p m BYPTC R .if p ni Evening Wnrshlp Wcdne.tday. 7'30 p m P i n y c r meet- P R O V I D E N C E BAPTIST W A L T E R JESSER Pd'lor i l t i f t i w h y 16 We«() 10 (m « m S u n d a y School. m Mnrninc Worship. ni Tt .inline I'mmi Dedication Services Slated For New Church Dedication services v\\\ be held tomorrow for the new Central Assembly of Cod Church, formenly Ihe White Chapel Church on South College Avenue. The program for Ihe day will be in cHarge of the Rev. Hirdcastle of Springfield, Mo., who will also hR (he main speaker. Other speakers will be former ministers of the church. The Rev. H. L. Bayliss will be host pastor. Announcements First Baptist Church Circles of First Baptist Church will meet Monday as follows: Mrs. w. E. Mc- Wost^ Lafayette Circle three, Mrs. A. .1. N u n n - elly. 432 North Willow Avenue, 2 p. in.; Circle two, Mrs. Joe Webb, 347 fiolston Streel. Circle one, Whorter, l?fi Street, 2 p. m.; Washington County youth For Christ The'monthly rally of the Washington County Youth for Christ will be tonight at B o'clock. Sheriff George H. Baline, sneriff of Tulsa County, will be the speaker. Sheriff Baline has a message for young people, and a strong Christ i a n life and testimony. There will also be special music and Kospel singing. The meeting, will be in t h e Cumberland Presbyterian Church on Oakland and Douglas, one block North of the University. meet St. Paul's Episcopal Church St. ""Paul's Chapter Monday at 2:30 p. m.. with Mrs H. D. Winkinson, 4044 East Dickson Streei; Ste. Hilda's Chapter will have a dessert meeting nt 1:30 p. m., Monday with Mrs. F. J. Stevenson, 7.1(1 Park Street: Ste. Margarets Chapter will have a luncheon meeting at 1 p. m., with Mrs. Volney Parker. Grealhnuse Springs Road. Mrs. Leonard Knowles and Mrs. Loren Gibson w i l l be assistant hostesses. Mrs. Robert Leflar will speak on "Art In Religion;" Ste. Mary's Chapter has been postponed from Monday to April 28th; Ste. Teresa's Chapter w i l l have a dinner m e e t i n g at 7 p. m. in the ' America Said To Be At Lowest Moral Level In Its History Policy Changes In India Recommended By Council Hillside Adventures · By FRED STAKR There is little in the garden to write about. The ground is cold, The proposed changes were embodied In a stalement adopted by the India committee- of the National Council's Division of Foreign Missions, on v/hich 3C Protestant foreign mission boards and resented. Dr. Raymond A. Dudley, of Bos- Lon, chairman of the India Committee, said the urgent need f o r changes in mission policy "had been made more urgent by the unexpected gains registered by the Communist party in the last.elec- tion. " While the statement adopted by the missions src:;p ilresr.ed the responsibility of the government in stemming the Communist trend in Indis, it urged the I n d i a n , . . . . . . Church and mission boards to t a k e ! MlSSiOR And U n i t y immediate action to avoid some^of j J Q Q Q £ 0 unC\\ Theme Parish'HOUKC. Mrs. Glenn Lehman j a i l but dead and will soon be for- will ho hostess. [gotten, says of solitude, "The man wet and clamy-like from a t o o - j c i l of the Churches of Christ in muchness uf rain an'ci chilling! (,he U. S A, winds. Again we wonder if spring will ever break through the coldness. It's like a chicken slow to hatch. The egg is pipped, but the insides do riot seem to have the strength to break the shell a- Bunder. The redbud has never been brighter. Every year I t h i n k that in the f a l l I'll transplant much of it to the immediate surroundings, but never quite get around to it. We forget its delicate beauty after its blossoms fade. The pair of dnves- are building again in the cedar tree. Already, at each sign of a warm hour or two, they send their lovely call out ovor the garden and lane. Always there is a touch of. sadness in that plaintive coo. I can Imagine a mocking bird l a u g h i n g and enjoying life, but dnves seem constantly fiad. The lateness of spring must be interfering with the love life of the whip-poor-will. So far he has not sent his eerie call from his favorite haunts in the wooded hills above the house. These hills are vapidly f i l l i n g up with people from the drouth areap. Many cattlemen from Texas are becoming Ctearkers by choice They are buying up large tracts of land to graze cattle upon. Funny how we think of all Tcxans growing cattle. · One rather portly, prosperous looking one, told me he came here Life was loo much with him back home. He wanted himself a big hunk of solitude. Well, he can certainly get it here.' There are lots of people hereabouts, but there are also lots of hills i n v i t i n g others to come sit atop them and find- peace such as the crowded places cannot Rive. A r t h u r Brisbane, t h a t prolific writer of a recent age which · is · Chicago-WPj-Americai is it the lowest moral level in its .hjstory despite the fact that -American church membership is at an all- time high, a church leader said this week. Dr. Frederick C. Fowler, Pittsburgh, president of the National Association, of Evangelicals, told the association's 10th annual convention that materialistis education is to blame for /'the moral collapse everywhere evident." What is the reason for immorality in the State Department where homosexuals were dismissed not for their sin but for security reasons?" he asked. "What is the reason for the corruption in the Internal Revenue ; and other departments of govern.- j ment, for the ( a d m i t t e d creating · In college examinations and- other j nine related organizations arc r e p - j forms of immorality in the Amef- 1 New Y o r k -- Far reaching changes in church policy designed to bring about racial adjustments in missionary work in India were, recommended lodiy by representatives of major denominations associated with the Nutional Coun- ican scene? "It goes back to those so-called .'brilliant' educators, centered in John Dewey at Columbia, who 'questioned and then denied the very existence of God and ruled out shy f i n a l authority except their own ridiculous and assumed j|p knowledge.' "You cannot disregard God and ^ ignore his moral laws »nd not expect to reap a harvest of rottenness." , the mistakes made in China du ing the pre-Communist period. One of the key proposals set forth in the statement calls for an acceleration of the transfer of church property into the hands of Ihe I n d i a n Christians. This process which is under way in many of the Protestant denominations is to he hastened, the statement said, through the utilization of local trust associations which have been formed in India. Sle. Anne's Chapter will have a dessert meeting at 7:30 p. in., w i t h Mrs. Exine Page, 203 Oklahoma Way. Younc Churchmen of St. Paul's Kpiscnpal Church w i l l have a Corporalc C o m m u n i o n al 8 a. m., Sunday. Breakfast will follo\v. Central Methodist Church The W.S.C.S. of the Central Methodist Church will hnkl its first session of s t u d y on "Churches Four Our Country's Need," Monday at 1:30 al Wesley H a l l . Mrs. Clem Thompson will give (he devotional and Mrs. Ernest Standley will give the introduction to study. Special music will be provided by Mrs. Harrcll Hall. Mrs. L. O. Graham nnd Mrs. W. vr , r wa ,, trying to prov who grows up in a herd, deer- like, t h i n k i n g with the herd, acting with the herd, rarely amounts to anything, and seldom finds contentment." He says if you enter a lown or small village and want to find the man or youth of ability, do you look for him leaning over the village pool table? No, you find him at work and you f i n d him by himself. Thoreau could never have written as he did had he stayed with the crowd. It seems few of the pieces of work worth while are done amid t h e throngs. Even Christ--as well as he loved people --spent most of his time, here on earth, alone. Al a recent t r i a l in court a law- Ihe de- To help counter-act the success-, ful Communist propaganda, the | j statement envisages a large-scale ' program for the production and wide-spread distribution of. literature. As outlined in the statement, the literature will be produced on cooperative basis and will aim to show the basic differences between Christian and Communist doctrine. The books will be aimed at three groups, n a m e l y intellectuals, high school graduates and t h e barely literate. Another important step f u l lined by t h e document calls for Preliminary plans for the 1953 ft Emphasis of the NationaJ Council §?,;; of the Churches oi Christ in the jj£* U. S. A. were laid at the ful" X.- meeting of the Administrative | ; Committee, held in New York on £.? April 8. The Emphasis, adopted V:^ by the General Board of the £.-. National Council on March 21, has {?;. as its theme the interest suggested K-; by the topic, "The Calling of the^ . Church to Mission and Unity." The ; : program will include institutes f or J clcrcy. laity and young people;4 j community meetings; semintrs in.;, v : .7. Smothers, followed by a group j fendant was a little touched in the discussion of Ihe "Trend of Our j head, and he was t r y i n g to con- vinre the jury around constantl t h e man went t a l k i n g to him- l nf the witness. TirncF." Mrs. W. C. Adair will lead the discussioi The nursery will be^men for j sc ]f. So | le children. j "Isn't it true t h a t this man talks The Pearle McCain u n i t of the : (,, himself when he is by him- Wesleyan Guild of t h e Central , sc |f ? - Arid the witness replied, I Methodist C h u r c h will meet with j rion - t k nmv . j was nc , ver w jth Mrs. Pearl Walker, North Mission j h i m when he was by himself." Streel, Monday evening at 7:30, Sn w hcn you are by yourself o'clock. Reports will be made by: |h cre is no one w i t h you and it's a delegates to t h e Guild Weekend , KO(ld (inlc , to d^-clop your talent, held in North L i t t l e Rock last | be j t hoeina the garden, writing a month. Delegates were Mrs. Grace | sonn et, or just plain having a good Strain, MiJS M i n a M a r s h a l l , Mrs. ! [j m( ,. Mabel Maridnx -Slid Miss Ora , -- ics; radio broadcasts; the publi- p= cation of related literature jand.v"; special services in churches. The ;:,V) cooperation of state and local £,; councils of churches will be en- |i listed, and the ^resources of the |g : 1953 Emphasis made available to ;, denominations. ' £o more friendly and understanding a t t i t u d e toward India. Another proposal calls for an. increased emphasis upon "rural work" as it effects "all.areas of life;" and a firmer grounding in -n "all-out effort" to educate p u b - j the principles of the Christian faith lie opinion in America towards a ! among the church membership. _ _ ' Washington County Youth for Christ SAT., APRIL 19 8:00 P.M. Youth Speaker Sheriff Geo. H. Elaine Sheriff of Tulsa County Everyone Welcome Special Music MEETING AT CUMBERLAND PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Oakland and Douglas, Block North of Univtriitr FAYETTEVILLE, ARK. Couch. 11 no n 7 "f p * IS p I ' n l t a r l a n Fellowship | "SrrUiri.in KnrroHhnicnts nn thp i r u h l i c Srhonls" i? Ihe s-ubirrl n! j a t a l k W i l l i a m II. Prynr will sive i ;t1 I n m n r r o u ' s meeting nf the Uni- ' 1,-uian Fpllnvship. Pryor, who formrrly prartirc-fi law in M i n n - i f.-n!n. has marie ·") stufly of the j s i i h i o r t . niiri w i l l point nut t h a t ?urh rncrnad-.inonts nrc in vioia- lion nf the First A m e n d m e n t of the Federal Conr.:i'n!ion, nnd · shrailct-he c h a l l e n g e d hv tax pay- i e t s .ind c i t i z e n ? . The m e e t i n g is ; sehnlulerl for 11 a. m., nt t h e (;ame Room "f the S t u d e n t U n i o n Al !he snme hour, the church -vhool w i l l he held ill adioinim: rontns. M r . T h i r d C r i d n y l l r n i h r r l i n n d \'\ 1 i 1 ' S K V K N T H D A Y A D V E N T I 8 T j .:: S i n I I I S I K K f . ' I I j G R E E N L A N D C O M M U N I T Y : non r n n N K i . i r s r«smr j fl.i:. n in Sunil.i .Si tiool I ! no n m M n m n i c VVnr.«hlv ' ! Thut scia.v 7 3d p n i . niklu-ri»k flerv- I l \ c » led hv I lie U r v J/irtt T a v l n r I ' + I APOSTOLIC F A I T H C H U R C H i Nl'.ni.A M O o R T P..a'nr j ll'sinxiv ;i south I 10.00 « in Snnrini Schnnl 1 1 fH» « m Mnrnmc S r r v i r o 7 .^n p rn 1'v.inKrlii.tic Sr-rvnr WrdnrsriJi. T 3fl p i n . Miri wrrk j Onlral r r e v n y t e r i a n Church i The Women's O r c , i n i 7 n l u m nf ] T e M l i a l P r e s h y l e r i a n C h i i r r h w i l l ; meet M o n d a y ;it 2 : H n p. m . in Ihe i i n m r of Mrs. K. I.. M i l e y . fi33 V ; i n H e \ i-ilter .·\\ 1 oliue. M r s . C h a r l e s I I . H e a i i r h a m p w i l l lead t h e devo- n..:'..-!! c t u d v . " A d v a n c e On Chris- j nan K n m l i e r s " ' w i l l be the rro- ' L'lasn topic td he jirCMMlled h Mr^. William fiibynn S A L E M M I S S I O N A H Y BAPTIST . W U M t A F M ' P.-iMni . M r - f l i n g -I! CHUilCH OF JESUS CHRIST |0r l.ATTKH D A Y SAINTS . l A M i i t i i.t ivin.n. ^ I ' i f i I s i i i i l i n t rni.in uiiio ito'im in .1(1 n m aund.iy Srtinol ST. JAMI^S BAPTIST INegrol J U \VF:mt I ' n t l o r 10.10 n in S t i n d n v .Si-.ioni 1 1 *d n in M o t n i n c W i i T p l n p S Wi p m VonnE Pcoptf « m r r t l n i t. 00 p ni KvunRf l l t l c Service + ST. JAMES METHODIST (N.flrol A I. I I I I I T M A N A N J'd.illil 11 4.S i. in Kinldfty School 1] Oil A m M o r n l n s W n n h l p f. 1^ p m V o u l h F r l l o w n l i i p 7-lil) p m Nlstll S»r»(Mi As A Community Development the Following Business Firms Dedicote This Schedule · Arkansas Western Gas Co. ·Boston Store »Cv Carney Appliance Co. ·Campbell-Bell · Fayetreville Drug Store ·Matficld Pontiac Co. ·Hunt's ·Ozark Cleaners ·Ozark Grocer Co. · J. C. Penney Co. »W. G. Shipley Bakmrj Co., Inc. oSouthwcslcrn Cos Electric Co. ·Vickcr's, Inc. · Whitfield Motor Co. I'.C.V.M. Council T h e I ' . l ' . Y . M I ' n u n e i l w i l l meet a t the S'1. .lame? M e t h o d i s t C h u r c h M n M i i a y e\-enin;: .'it 7 o'drvk. I'.C.V.M. Voutll C h n i r The I'.l'.Y.M. I n i e r d e i i n r m n . - i - t i n n a ! Y o u t h C ' h o i r u ' t l l meet a t Hie C e n t r a l l'i c: l i y l c i l a n C h u r c h al 11 o'clock S u n d a v a f t e i i i n o n . This w i l l be I b e fir.M r e h e a r s a l . A n y o n e who i^ in o rlv.irrh choir or i i n t c ' i e s l e d m s m n n i r nnd is in t b e ase t," tll )\ f r o m 1' to ^;i, is e t l R i b l e . I M r h i L l l e l l n p t M Cluirrli i The I!ev. Howard Pickard and , Ihe Hev. A r l l n Mosleil"! 1 w i i be- ', jin a revival Mnniln.v n i e h t nt ! the rarksrlnlf B.iptiM C h u r c h . , Tbf II. S. [iepubHran p.\rly wns ! formed In 1851. 'i FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH CORNER COLLEGE AND DICKSON DR. WALTER L. JOHNSON, Pastor Revival Services Continue Through Wednesday Evening, April 23 SERVICES TWICE DAILY EVANGELIST SINGER 7:00.a.m. 7:30 p.m. Sermon by Rev. Milton DuPriest Morning Worship Hour " 10:55 (Broadcast over station 1 KGRH) SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:30 Sermon by Rev. Milton DuPriest Evening Worship Hour ' 7:30 Rev. M i l t o n DuPriest T R A I N I N G U N I O N 6:15 Mr. Fred Ellerbe SERVICES WILL BEGIN PROMPTLY AT 7:00 a m and 7'30 p.m. EACH DAY MONDAY THROUGH WEDNESDAY The Nursery W i l l Be Open at All Services The Public Is Cordially Invited

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