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MKANSM i, Saturday, April If, If52 ·Churdi_News Large Group At West Fork Helps Plan and Present Community Easter Pageant West Fork-(Spedal)-Thf Wcsl Fork Community Religion* Council, sponsor of the. World Day of composed of Mm. Snrene Reed, Reflna Flrn'r, Suzanne W i l l i a m s , Carolcf C l i f t o n , Franrinn Noles Prayer, service a Thanksgiving worshipi.Icannclte W a l k e r . Gencvicve md a ChrUlmas pageant, -last Sunday promoted an Easier --pageant, whic-h wns given at, n sunrise service in iho school gymnasium. The Council il composed · of Mrs. T. L. McKnight. president; . W. K. Phillip* and thi Rev. Douglas Brewer of the Presbyiman Church; Mrs. Lillian A. Gamut, secretary, Mrs. Lon Thomai, and Ihe Rev. John Ashcll of the Christian Church; Paul Curtis, treas- ' urcr, the Rev. Raymond Reed and Neallc Fine of the Baptist Church; Mrs. Mary Rose, historian, Mrs. Lillian Webb and the Rev, Pauline Sleele and the Rev. Mary R u t h Branham of the Assembly of God Church; Mrs. Rebecca Williams 'and Jane Cantrcll of- the Parent Teacher Association; and Mr. and Mrt. Buell Woodt Fork schools. of the Wesl A large number of person! look 'part in preparations and presenta- 'tion of Ihe paseant. Special scenet for the pageant were painted by a commute? Ronnie Myers and Oeorie Ram- tey; Mu«lc; Margaret Simpson, anslstrd by Norenc Feed at Ihe organ nnd the high cchool chorus of SO members; Make-up: J u a n l t a Holland, Pauline Stfele and Caro- Ice Clifton; Sound effects: Floyd Cnnlrell. · · Ncwlln and Ted Dnko. Tiiosc showed Gelhsemane, the house of Caiaphas the high priest. Pilnte'K j u d g m e n t seal, Golgotha, and the Tomb in the Garden of Joseph of Arlmalhea. Lighting effects were achieve' 1 hy Ihe commitlre .comprised of .lona Cantrell, I'M G a i n e d , liny Landelius, George liamfey, Orin Hnyc.1, Coralep Clifton, Charles Doyle, Gordon Smith, Bill Under- bill, Donald Karnes, Tommy Barl- lelt, Floyd Cantrell, Donald Jones, nnd Bucll Woodt. Details In soldiers' nrmor, bend dresses, and apparel nf the period costuming was followed hy the commlllee including Vlricinjn Cnr- ler, Lilllnn A. Ciarnelt nnd Mrs. Out Clifton. Other commillocs were as follows: Script, L l l l l a m A. Garnctt, Margaret Simp«on, Pauline Rlccle, Mary R u t h B r a n h a m and Ray Reed; Construction; Paul Curtis, Henry Johns, W. H. Morton, flue!] Psychotherapy Studied, Relation To Ministry Geneva, Switzerland (KPS)-The relationship bet worn psychotherapy nnd t h e pnMoral ministry were dlitcwsert by a group of psy- chothrnipists, psycholonlsts and Iheologianc, meeting at the Ecumenical I i i K t i l u t e in Bossey, near Onrva. Switzerland, March 21 to 27. Stress w»« laid on the need for a mt.rp positive a l t i t u d e on Ihe part of jirlonl and pastor towards modern psychotherapeullc methods, insofar as they are practiced hy r.r-rious workers with a genuine nV.pcct for the h u m a n i n d i v i d u a l . ( M a n y misunderstandings prejudices, it was stated, s t i l l exist In rr-Rard to Ihe respi mnsihility assumed by the doctor, and of the Woods. Hearl Carter, Paul Davis, ( 1 0 , H I . . . V - ~ -'J - limits to t h n l responsibility.)) 11 was cmphnrized still more thai in Iho f u t u r e t h e clergy must ho effectively trained fur their piislnral work, and t h a t a certain knowledge of psychology is indispensable. The United Stales and Sweden, il was pointed oul, had opened 'lip new paths in this field. The conference participants recognized- that Ihe problem had only imicliod upon. The results of deliberations will be pub- been their lishcd laler. The parachute Is a development of the modern u m b r e l l a . May Fellowship Day To Be Observed "Spiritual Security for Today'e Families" Is Ihe theme this year for May Fellowship Day, spon- Bored by Ihe Central Department of Unilrd Church Women o.' the National Council of the Churches of Christ in the U. S. -A. The day !« observed yearly by church women in thousands of communities on the first Friday in May. Pointing oul lhal this year Ihe observance comes two days before the beginning of National Family Week, May 4-11, Mr«. Al- len'Knljrhl Chalmers, Newtonvilie, Mass., c h a i r m a n of Ihe national May Fellowship Daj commiltce, said Ihe day would mark Ihe beginning of a year's sludy program 0:1 Christian f a m i l y life. Tn addition to the aelf-cvnlua- tion chart," the church women -will use a case study of an American f a m i l y and a study booklel on "Spiritual Security for Today's Families," which covers such topics as family relations, f a m i l y Dedication Services Slated For New Church Dedication services vill be held tomorrow for the new Central Assembly of God Church, formerly Ihe White Chapel Church on South College Avenue. The program for the day will be in ctiarge of the Rev. Hardcastfe of Sprinpfield, Mo., who will also be the main speaker. Other speakers will be former ministers of the church. The Rev. H. L. Bayliss will be host pastor. America Said To Be At Lowest Moral Level in Its History Announcements First Baptist Church Circles of First Baptist Church will meet Monday as follows: Circle one. Mrs. W. E. Mc- Whorlor, 128 West Lafayette Street, 2 p. m.; v Circle three, Mrs. A. J. Nunnelly, 432 North Willow Avenue, 2 p. rn.; Circle two, Mrs. Joe Webb, 347 religious observances, and the Christian family 1 ! approach to Rolston Street. such problems as death and race · relations. The booklet wa? written Washinjrtoii Coaiiiy Youth by Dr. Marion Cuthbert. professor ' For Christ of sociology nod anthropology at I The'rnonthly rally of the Wash- Brooklyn College, Brooklyn, N. Y . ' ington County Youth for Christ --· will he tonight at 8 o'clock. Sheriff George H. Ballne, sneriff of Tulsa bounty, will be the .speaker. Sheriff Baline has a message for t'oung people, and a strong Chrisian life and testimony. There will ilso he special music and gospel singing. The meeting, will be in I h e Cumberland Presbyterian Church on Oakland and Douglas, one block North of the University. Many of the trails in Centra Africa are believed lo have been developed hy Arab slave traders. The t u n i n g fork was Invented in 1711. In Medieval English Ihe word "trade" meant "palh" and was similar lo the word "tread." Select From This List the Church of Your Choice... Then Attend lEHovAH's W;TNE«SES ;rd Floor Hcd (.Tost urui bldf. Wcdni-aday. 7:30 p m Book Siudj. Friday. TM P m Service nricelini - ·virf.i «-»5 D. m.. Theocratic Mill- ' riMT BAPTIST "- WALTI* U JOHNKJN, Paitor ; :M · m Bunau Mhool ; » I»:W I m. Mornlni Wonhlp j;H»olo: -The lart It My Bock"-? s'timSft'"B.V. Milton DuPrlMt ; S, t-.m f m Baptui Traimni Union. ;' '?i l:» p. m. Evening Worihlp m + \ CCEHTIiAl. PREiBTTERlAB * '.jC IDWAUD BKUBA.KM. raltor WUUam t OlbiOn. Minuur io,Btu- · T, i:4t a. m Churcn School - "* 10:M I m. Mornlni Worihlrj £ " Anthem. "Rirte On .in Majeiiy -- · S^Stmioiv -whtH Art Th« Pr«by ;' ***'B*O(I* p. O m"rtllh ichixll WMlmlrwtor ; e « ° M l p P m . Unlveriliy Weilmlniur '·*· '· if*" ·rtMT JAMU W BUTUR, JR.. PaiUn WtUlani t Oibaon. Mlnllltr U «tu * m.'m Sunday ·chool JO:M Mornlni Worihlp ""!« An««l AnUiem: «:» p. m. 1:00 p -- Hymn"-Ar You 'ihlp BOCK STBEET N. T. CHUHCH (CENTRAL CHRISTIAN) rnco HUCKKLUUHt. r«noi 40! Went Rock Street S'l 9:45 a. m. Sundny Brhool iU:ttx) a. m Utbla School. 11:00 ». m. Worahlp Scrllo ' Communion flfrmon 6:45 p m.-- Yuulh MMtlnn 7:30-- Evening Evanuollillc Burvlce and Communion 7:30 p. m. Wtflntidny-- Prayer Mxtlng 7:30 p. m. WedReiday, Teacher Tmlnlng Cl«iw ·f CHURCH OF THR N A Z A R E N E J. G. CORDELL. Pmtor 3outh toruBt 8trft«t 6:uD to I:1S a. .n. nad'o Program-- KGRM lt:4ft a, m. Sunday School 11:00 a. m Morning Wnrahlp «:M p. m. N. Y. P. S. Prayer Meet- Ing «:4S p m. N. Y. P. K. Program (l:4fi p. m. Adult Prayer Band 7:30 p. m. EvungtlUUc Service Wednesday. 7:30 p. m.. Prayer Meet- Friday. e:«5 P ilry School Simdny. 3:1 Study Thun Itiiitent Ctntir. »M Weil Maptu Street ·T. PAUL'S EPISCOPAL MAKiui J unDtprr. flrit lundiy 'A«ef' EaiJiJ I 9:00 a. m HOJJ'. ComnMnW - · M a m ramilv Strvlct : 11:00 . m. Morning- P - r a y « r - « n d . f:iSV m. young Churchnwn · f CBHTHAt. METHODIST D L DYKIS. JH.. Panor 1:00 a. n-. Colicgt student Collet Hour 9:90 a. m. Bund» Aebool iO;t5 L m Mornint Wcrihln ' Antham: "Whil Are Thet« That Are Ar'ayad In Whltt «»he«-Slair« Bpecid! Mutlc . Sermon: Dr. N. C. McPhenon - too (i. m Wfilev Foundation *:00 p. m ' Youth Groupi - r.30 P m Evening Anthem: "Peawl Be Palmer iday, 7:00 p. m.. Vliltallun BaplUt Ford Communllr Church Flril fltindty 11:00 a. m. Rev Dann Parker Stcond Bundajr H'M a. m. Rev. K. LiUdtrbick Third Sunday 11:00 * m Rev A l f r e d Wh'wley Fourth Sundayi 11:00 a. m. nev. V. C. Erwln 10:00 a. m- Each Sunday, Bunduy ·Jhool toEDWOTOH METHODI5T CHURCH " A. .!.". RICQS, 1'ailor 10:00 a m, Sunday School 11:00 i, m. «nd 7:30 p. m. rre»chlni! Service! on Fourth and Filth Sundayi . ll -- H. Solo: Jai* Wlneieart Sermon D. L. DsVe«, Jr., Broadtail eycr KQRH FIRST CHRISTIAH EGBERT UtOFFETT. PaaUir 9:4S a. m. Sunday School 10.00 a. m. Sunday School clm« 10:50 a. nv Morning Worlhip 5.00 p. m. D. S. F. 6:!0 P. m. Chrlitian Youth Fillow ahlp and Chi H*o Fellowihlp ST. JOHM'S LOTHE*AII Arkaniai and Dlckion T«l 641 or 372 rMDIRICK GUMK. Paitor ft:M a m Sunday School 10:JO a. m Nunery openi 1045 a. m. Sunday Vtorthtp FIRST CHUHCH Of CHRIST. SCIENTIST fl:30 a. m Sunday School 1HOO a m Sunday Servlct 6:45 p m. KGHH Sunday Radio Pi-oiram Wedneiday. 7:45 p m.. meeting Reading Room In church open each day except Sunday and bofldayi. GREENLAND CHUhCH OF CHRIST O!ilS SALVER. Mmlltei 10:00 a m Church ichooL 11:00 a m Sermon 11 4A a m Communion Service 7:30 p m Bonn Service and 0 ·tudy. + ·T. JOSEPH'S CATHOLIC TATHER EDWARD H MALOV. Paitor Sunday Manel B.oo and 10.00 a m Thuriday. 7-30 p. m. Novena Mai "' Devotioni Weekday Man, Monday Ultouih t*r.day, 7 Saturday Man. 7 do a. m. Firat Friday M»u. Mm a. m Flrit Saturday Maai. 7 00 a. m Confeiiloni: 7 00 to 8 00 p m kefore all Manei CHURCH OF CHRIST FKED McCLUNO, Mlnliter West Center ana Norm Locuit 1:45 a. m KIMn atudy. 10:£5 a. m. Morning Worihlp 7:00 p m Clalsei 7:30 p m Wonhip Service t:30 a. m , Wedneiday. Ladiei Bible Clan 7:30 p m Wednflday. P r a y r r Heeling and Bible Study for all aiei ·f f LKINS COMMUNITY CHURCH t,MU K CARTER. Superintendent 10:00 a m. Sunday School ·f BNITARIAH FELLOWSHIP room Student Unlrin 11 a CUMBERLAND PRESBYTEHIAN BILL BARNES. Pallor ·07 Douflai Street 1:43 a m Sunday School. 7:00 u m. Kvenlni Wonhlp. f WEIT FORK BAPTIST R H REED. Ptiior 9:i a m. Sunday School. ll.'OO a m. Mornlns Worihly. 1:30 p m. Baptlit Training Union 7:30 p. m. Evening Worihlp BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH ROY W REED. 1'altOr Ml Million Street I:U a m. Sunday School 11:00 a m Morning Worinlp. 6:30 p. m Training Union 7:.lil n m. Eve'ilna Service Midweek Pray*"- Service--Wedncl. day p. m. 7 CENTRAL BAPTIST JACK DEAN, Paitor »:4S a m ttunday ecnool. 10:50 a m Morning Worship. 7:00 p m Daptiil Trolnlnt Courie «.W p m Evening Worihlp It 00 p. m Wedneiday. Prayer ier rice. + FULL GOSPEL TABERNACLE TOMMY GIBBS Paitor 10:00 a m Sunday School! 11:00 a m Preaching. 7:13 p m tvangtllillc icrvlc*. Wedneiday. 7:30 p m Mldwcen Prayer Service. Friday, 7:30 p m PYPA Servl-« BLACK OAK BAPTIST HOWARD PR1CHAR1) Pallor 10 00 a m Sundny School 11 00 a m Preaching Service 7 00 p m Trnlnlng Union n 00 p in Preaching Service ThunHny 7:.10 n m Prnyer meeting QOSHEN METHODIST S M YANCF.Y. Pastor ]U:00 a m Sunday School. 11 00 a m Mot nine Worth!] 7:00 p m Evrnlng FAYETTEVILLE BIBi-E MISSION ·00 BLOCK SOUTH CUt-t-lUt I n l a r d e n o m f n a l l o n n l HOMER MOUTTET. Paitor v.4a a m Sunday Helmut. 11:00 a m MurnInK Wor«hlp 615 o. m Y r u n g Ptoplei Services 7 00 p m Uvanuelistlc Service., .lunlor Choir u-lil meet Saturday at Wednelday. 7.30 p m , Prnyer Meet- Ing SUGAR MOUNTAIN BAPTIST R K - F. MOKUA.N. P.1I10I A H U M MOSTELI.F.R. A l l l a l a n t I'nllor lo.os a m Sunday school 7.-M p m Evangelliilc Mrnaiii Wednesday prayer meellns al 7 30 p m. HIGHLAND COMMUNITY 1030 i m Sunday lirhool 11:15 « m Morning Worihip. Wcdneidny nighu 7;OU p m., Prnyer MrvlcM. 4- LIHCOLN BAPTIST CHURCH JERSr. C O O I . K M A N . Pit*1or 10.Ml · m. Sunday Srhnol 11:00 ft m M o r n l n n W n r n h i p B ,10 p m Tralninit Union 7:30 p m Eventn| Worihlp . orihlp Worship m.. Theoci L. Wfltchtower SECOND B \PTlfT · V D R A K K . I'niltr IMS a m Sunday t*choo!. 10;4i a m Mnrnlni Worship. 7'00 p m Evening Worihlp Wcdneiday. 8 p m. Pr.yer bcrvlc* WE5T FORK ASSEMBLY OF GOD BIUNMAM nnd STECLC. Fusion 9'4r n m. Sunony School Jl:00 Morning Worihlp r.:30 p. m. Christ Ambaiiador 3ervice fi:.10 p. m. Junior C. A Service 7;.10 p. m. Evangelistic Servlc* Wcdneiriny nt 1:30 p. m.-- Prayer Meottni nnd Bible Study BRENTWOOD COMMUNITY CHUHCH Patluri--Rev. Otha Tackett and Rev Rex Morgan 10:01) a. m Sunday School 11:00 a. m. Svrnmn 7:30 p. m. Evening ScrvIM H:00 p. in Frldny night, IMblf Itudy and pmyer meeting W1GQINS MEMORIAL METHODIST ARNOLD SIMPSON, Paitor South Church'- and Third Simla 9:45 a. m. Church School 11-00 a. m. Morning Worihlp 6:30 p m. Youth Fcllowihlv 7:30 p. m Evening Worihlp . . . + WEST FOHK CHRISTIAN JOHN ASBELU Minister D.-45 B. m. Church School 11:0.) n. m. Morning worihip and Communion Prenchlng every flrit and third 4- JOHNSON CHUHCH OF CHRIST BILL K SMITH. Mlnlstar 10:00 a m. Ulbla study 10:30 o m. Worship Service 8:30 p. m. Young People'i Claisel 7:30 p m Worihlp Service Prayer Meeting Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. SON'S CHAPEL 5 MILES EAST ON HIGHWAY 0:30 n in Sunday School Superintendent--Turner Brown. Auxiliary every fourth Monday 1:00 p m. FARMINGTON BAPTIST D M. KRE1S. Pallor 10.00 a. m Sundn} School 11:00 a. m Morning Worihlp A:30 p. m. naplflt Training Union 7:110 p rn. Evangelistic Service Wednesday 7:30 p. m. Prayer Meet- Ing. FARM1NGTON METHODIST A ~. R1GGS. Pastor 10:00 a m Sunday School 11:00 a. m. and 7:30 p. m Preaching Service on Fint. Second and Third Sundayi NORTH SIDE ASSEMBLY OF GOD SAMUEL E BHUCE. Pallor 10 00 n. m. Sunday School 11:00 n m Sermon 7:30 p. m. Evangelistic Servlci. Tueiday. Young People'! C. A Ser- vlcci. 7:30 p m Friday. Prayer Service. 7 45 p m. PARKSDALE BAPTIST b K N N K l t UAVlii. PiiBlor AHI.EN MOSTELLAH, AialiUml Pmtor 10.Ou R. m Sunday School. 7:30 p m EvangolUtlc Meisniw Wednesday. 7:30 p m. Prayer Mtrel- ·nK Priilay. 7:30 p. m. Young Pcopl* * mretlnit. ·f JOHNSON BAPTIST CHURCH E M 1.0C.UK. Pallor 10 00 n m Sunday School 11.00 n m Wor»hlp Sorvic« 7:1)0 p. m Triininc Union 8-(Hi p in Evening Service Wcdnrkdiiy. 7:30 p m.. Prgycr Meeting SEVENTH DAY ADVENTUT 37 SOUTH STREET SATURDAY 10.nn a. m Sabbath Srhnol 11.00 n m Church Sorvlco Tuesday, ).30 p. m Prnyer mectini SALEM MISSIONARY BAPTIST W H N11AP1'. Pallor Six MilM-nortlnvcit Ifl 00 n m 9undny Srhnol 11:00 A ni. Mornlni Worihlp 7.30 p m. Evening Wonlnp Wrdneirlny, 7:30 p. m., P r a y · Mcctlni CHURCH OP JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DAY SAINTS J A M m FLKTCHKlt. V.Mtt Student Union U l n a Room 10:30 ft m. Sunday School. WALNUT GROVE COMMUNITY CHURCH Sunday School 10:30 a m. CALVARY TABERNACLE 3S East South Street BERYL E. BETH. Pallor 10:00 a. m. Morning Service ' 2:3(1 p m. Dcllvcrano« Message and Prayc. 7:43 p. m. Evangelistic Services 7:?,0 p ? jn. Wedneiday. Tarrying Services m Salurday. Testimonial PT FORK PRESBYTERIAN EOOGLAS BREWER. I'jslor First And Thira ttma-ati Sunday School 9:30 a m. Evening Worihip 7:30 p. m. nf Ann rturto aumayi Morning Worchlp 9:30 a m. Sunday School 10:30 n m Evening Worship 7:30 p m. WYMAN COMMUNITY CHUHCH 10:00 . m. Btindiy School 11:00 R. m Morning worship Fermons: Second and Tourih Sunday*--Rev, John Asbtll Third Sunday--Rov. Virjjtl Erwln 4- GDBHEM CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE CARL Fl EOLITH, Pinior 10:00 t. i.. Sunday f^chool. U 00 a. m. Wonhlp Service*, 1:30 p. m. Worihlo Etrvlcn. SYCAMORE BAPTIST CKUHCH Wheeler. Ark. C. M. TETER. Faitor 10:CW a. m. Sunday School 10:43 ».· m. Morning Wonhlp 7:00 p. m. Baptist Training Union 7.30 p. r's. Ex-enini Wonhlp Wcdneidiy 7:30 p. m., Mid-week ·crvice. a. CENTRAL ASSEMBLY OF GOD · 613 Soiith Collcx* H. L DAYLESS. l-'Mtor »:4S a. m. Sunday Sct»w]. 11:00, a. m Morning \Vorihip 6;3y p. m. Young People's meeting 7:30 p m. Evangelistic Service 7:30 p m. Thunday, Prayer meeting. CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH Corner of Mmplf and West Street* ELDER A. D. STUCKEY, Pastor 9:4i a.-n. Sunday Scboo* ii:Gft a. m. Mprnins Worship 6:30 p. m Training Service 7;30 p m- Evening Worihip Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. Prayer Service and Bible Study ·f 1MMANUEL BAPTI81 CHURCH G W MORRISON, Pastor Corner Duncan and Stone 9:.10 a. m. Sunday School 10:55 Morning Worship Sermon: "The Glory of Heaven" 6-15 Baptist Training Union 7:30 Evening Worship Sermon: "Ffv* Sins Against The Holy Spiff!" , Wednesday. 8 p. m.. Prayer Service 4- FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD DONALD WALKER. Pallor 9:45 «, m. Sunday School. 11:00 a m Preaching. fl:00 p m Y. P. CldM. 7:30 p. m. Evangelistic Service*. 7:30 p m Friday. Bible study. 7:30 p m. Tuesday, C. A. service OAKLAND BAPTIST (Six Miles N'orineiit) 1. S. WHITELEY. Pastor 10:00 A. m Sunday School. 11:00 a. m Mornlni Worship. 7:30 p m BYPTt 8:30 p m Evening Worship Wednesday. 7:30 p. m Prayer meet"' PROVIDENCE BAPTIST WALTER JESSER. Pa.itor iHlfhwh.v IG Wttt) 10:00 n m Sunday School. 11:00 a m Morning Worihlp. 7:30 p. in. T r a f n l n d Union 8:15 p. m. Evangellitfc Service Wednesday. 8 p. m.. Prayer Meet- inn Friday. 7:30 p. n i . Youth Musical Program Monthly T p. m.. Third F'rlday Fellowship Supper. Brotherhood and W. M. U. Meetlnss GREENLAND COMMUNITY BOB CORNELIUS. Paitor I:4.S a m Sunday School 11:00 a m Morninc VVorqhll. Thtiraday 7.30 p m.. midweek Itrv- Ivca led by the Rev Jack Taylor. APOSTOLIC FAITH CHURCH NEOI.A MOORE. Pni'or Illchway 71 South 10:00 a m. Sunday School 11:00 a m Morning Service 7:,to p m i-.vanKellitlc Servlie Wedneiday. 7:30 p. m., Mid week ·ervlce ST. JAMES BAPTIST (Ntflro) J W WEBB Paitor 10:30 a m Sunday School 11:30 N m MornlnE Worihlp S W p m Young People'i meettnl «-00 p m Cvaniellltlc S«rvlc« ST. JAMES METHODIST IHeflrol A L BUCHANAN Bailor 9:IA a m Sunday flrhnni 11.00 a m Morntnf Wnrihlp «:I5 p m youth rellowihlp. 7:00 p m Nlihl Senlcn St. Paul's Episcopal Church St. ^Paul's Chapter will meet Monday at 2:30 p. m., with Mrs. H. D. Winkinson, 4044 East Dickson Street; Stc. Hilda's Chapter will have a dessert meeting at 1:30 p. m., Monday with'Mrs. F. J. Stevenson, 73(1 Park Street; Ste. .Margarets Chapter will iav« a luncheon meeting at 1 p. m., with Mrs. Volncy Parker, Grcalhouse Springs Road. Mrs. Leonard Knowles and Mrs. Loren Gihson will he assistant hostesses. Mrs. Robert Lrflar will speak on 'Art In Religion;" Ste. Mary's Chapter has been postponed from Monday to April 28th; Stc. Teresa's Chapter will have a dinner meeting at 7 p. m. in the Parish House. Mrs. Glenn Lehman will be hostess. Ste. Anne's Chapter wtll have a dessert meeting al 7:,10 p. m., with Mrs. Exine Page, 203 Oklahoma Way. Younir Churchmen of St. Paul's TSplscopal Church will have a Corporate Communion al 8 a. m., Sunday. Breakfast will follow. Central Methodist Church The W.S.C.S. of -the Central Methodist Church will hold its first session of study on "Churches Four Our Country's Need," Mon- dny at 1:30 at Wesley Hall. Mrs. Clem Thompson will give the devotional and Mrs. Ernest Slandley will give the introduction to study. Special music will be provided by Mrs. Harrcll Hall, Mrs. L. 0. Graham and Mrs. W. J. Smuthcrs, followed by a fjroup discussion of the "Trend of Our Times." Mrs. W. C. Adair will lead the discussion. The nursery will be _open for children. The Pearle McCain unit of the Wesleyan Guild of the Central Methodist Chureh will meet with Mrs. Pearl Walker, North Mission Street, Monday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Reports will be made by delegates to the Guild Weekend held in North Little Rock last month. Delegates were Mrs. Grace Strain, Mlfs Mina Marshall, Mrs. Mabel Maddox -arid Miss Ora Couch.,. Unitarian Fellowship "Sectarian Encroahments on the Public Schools" is the subject of a talk William H. Pryor will give at tomorrow's meeting of the Uni- larian Fellowship. Pryor, who formerly practiced law in Minnesota, has made a study of the subject, and will point hut that such encroachments are in viola- lion of the First Amendment of the Federal Constitution, and should-be challenged by tax payers and citizens. The meeting is scheduled for I I a. m., at the Game Room of the Student Union. At the same hour, the church school will be held in adjoining rooms. Central Presbyterian Church The Women's Organization of Central. Presbyterian Church will meet Monday at 2:30 p. m.. in the home of Mrs. E. L. Miley, 632 Vandcventer Avenue. Mrs. Charles H. Beauchamp will lead the devotional study. "Advance On Chris- l i a n Frontiers'" will be the |iro- K ram topic to be presented by Mrs. William Gibson. 'olicy Changes In India Recommended By Council illside Adventures · By FRED STAKK There is little in the garden to rite about. The ground Is cold, et and clamy-Iike from a too- uchness of rain ancj chilling inds. Again we wonder if spring ill ever' break through the cold- -ss. It's like a chicken slow to atch. The egg is pipped, but the sides do riot »eem to have the rongth lo break the shell, a- jndcr. The redb.ud has never been riprhter.- Every year 1 think that the fall I'll transplant much of to the immedlte surroundings, ut never quite get around to il. re forget its delicate beauty after s blossoms fade. The pair of doves- are building Bain in the cedar tree. Already, each sign of a warm hour or vo, they send their lovely call out irer the garden and lane. Always icre is a louch of sadness in that laintive coo. 1 can imagine a locking bird l a u g h i n g and en- ying life, but doves seem con- antly sad. The lateness of spring must be terfcring- with the love life of e whip-poor-will. So far he has ot sent his eerie call from his vorite haunts in Ihe wooded hills bove the house. These hills are rapidly filling up ilh people from the drouth areas. Many cattlemen from Texas re becoming Ozarkers by choice ley are buying up larg-e tracts of nri to graze cattle upon. Funny ow we think of all Texans grow- g cattle. · One rather portly, prosperous oking one, told me he came here 'eking lo get away from crowds. ife was loo much wilh him back ome. He wanted himself a big unk of solitude. Well, he can certainly get it ere.' There are Jots of people ereabouts, but there are also lots hills inviting others to come sit op them and find peace such as e crowded places cannot give. Arthur Brisbane, thai prolific riler of a recent age which · is 1 but dead and will soon he for- olten, says of solitude, "The man ho grows up in a herd, deer- ke, thinking- with the herd, act- jiew t u i rv -- J al icawume, changes in church policy designed to bring about racial adjustments in mitsionary work in India were recommended today by representatives of. major denominations i»-. sociated with the Nalional Council of Ihe Churches of Chrisl in Ihe U. S. A. The proposed changes were embodied in a statement adopted by the India committee- of the Na- lional Council's Division of Foreign Missions, on v.'hich 3C Protestant foreign mission boards and nine related organizations are represented. Dr. Raymond A. Dudley, of Boston, chairman of the lnd_i?. Com- millee, said 'the urgent need f o r changes in mission policy "had been made more urgent by Ihe unexpected gains registered by the Communist party in the last election." While the sla'tement adopted hy the missions group stresred the responsibility of the government in stemming the Communist Irend in India, it urged Ihe Indian Church and mission boards to take immediate action to avoid some of Ihe mistakes made in China during the pre-Communist period. One of the key proposals sel forlh in the statement calls for an acceleration of the transfer of church property into the hands of the Indian Christians. This process which is under way in many of the Protestanl denominations is to be hastened, the statement said, hrough the utilization of local rust associations which have been drmed in India. To help counter-act the success-: ul Communist propaganda, the statement envisages a large-scale rogram for the production and vide-spread distribution of. litera- ure. As outlined in the staiement, he literature will be produced on a cooperative basis and will aim o show the basic differences be- ween Christian and Communist The books will be aimed at hree groups, namely intellectuals, ligh school graduates and t h e )arely literate. Another important step oul- ined by the document calls for "n "all-out effort" lo educate pubic opinion iri America towards a Chicago-OP)-Amerlcivi! «t the lowest, moral level in its 'history despite the fact that -Amtrican church membership is at an all- time high, a church leader said this week. . . Dr. Frederick C. Fowler, Pittsburgh, president of the National Atsoriatidn, of Evangelicals, told the association's 10th annual con- vcnlion that materialujtis education is to blame for ''the moral collapse everywhere evident." What is the reason tor immorality in the State Department where homosexuals were dismissed not for their sin but for security reasons? 1 ' he asked. "What is the-reason 'for the corruption in t h e . internal Revenue and other departments of government, for the , admitted cresting In college examinations and other forms of Immorality in the American scene? "It goes back to those sorcallefl 'brilliant 1 educators, centered in John Dewey at Columbia, who 'questioned and then denied the very existence of God and ruled out, ariy final authority except their own ridiculous and assumed knowledge. "You cannot disregard God and ignore his moral laws »nd not expect to reap a harvest of rotten- As A Community Development the Following Business Firms Dedicate This Schedule · Arkansas Western Gas Co. ·Boston Store »Cy Carney Appliance Co. ·Campbell-Bell · Foyttttville Drug Store ·Hatfield Pontiac Co. ·Hunt's ·Ozark Cleaners ·Ozark Grocer Co. · J, C. Ptnney Co. ·W. G. Shipley Baking Co., Inc. ·Southwestern Gas Electric Co. ·Vlcker's, Inc. · Whitfitld Motor Co. ing with the herd, rarely amounts lo anything, and seldom finds contentment." He Bays if you en r Icr a town or srnnll village and want to find the man or youth of ability, do yon look for 1 him leaning over the village pool table? No, you find him at work and you find him by himself. Thoreau could never havft written as he did had he stayed with the crowd-. It seems few of the pieces of work worth while are done amid the throngs. Even Christ--as well UK he loved people -spent most of his time, here on earth, alone. At a recent trial in court a lawyer was trying to prove the defendant was a little touched in the head, and he was trying to convince the jury the man wenl around constantly talking to himself. So he asked nf the witness, "Isn't it true that this man talks to himself when he is by him self?" And the witness replied, I don't know. I was. never . with him when he was by himself." So when you are by yoursel; there is no one with you and it's a good time to develop your talent be it hoeing the garden, writing a sonnet, or just plain having a gooc lime. Mission And Unity To Be Council Theme · Preliminary plans for the-1953 Emphasis of the Nation^. Council of the Churches of Christ in the U. S. A. were laid at the f u h meeting of the Administrative Committee, held in New York on April 8. The Emphasis, adopted- by the General Board of the National Council on March 21, has as its theme the interest suggesled by the topic, "The Calling- of the. Church to Mission and Unity." The 'program will include institutes for clersy, laity and- young people;, community meetings; seminars in colleges and theological seminaries- radio broadcasts; the publication of related literature and. special services in churches. The cooperation of state and local councils of churches will be enlisted, and the resources of the 1953 Emphasis made available to^ denominations. * more friendly and understanding altilurie loward India. Another proposal cal's for an, increased emphasis upon "rural work" as it effects "all,ureas of life;" and a firmer grounding in the principles of the Christian faith 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 Oikltnd and uduglai, Block North of UnlTinitr FAYETTEVILLE, ARK. U.C.Y.M. Council The U.C.Y.M Council will meet ni the SI. .InmM Melhortlst Church Monday ovenlns nt 7 o'clnrk. U.O.V.M. Youth Choir The U.C.Y.M. Interdenominational Youth Choir will meet nt Ihe Centrnl Prer.liylcrinn Church nl 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon. This will be the first rehearsal. Anyone who Is in n church choir or l.i Interested In slncinft and Is In tlie »«e group, from 12 to 23, Is, cllfliblc. I'arkdalf Baptist Church The Rev. llownrd PlrkarH and Ihe Rev. Arlln Moslcller wll be- jln a revival Monday nlRht nt the Pirksdalf Baptist Church. The II. S. Republican party wns (ormed In 1851. 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 DuPriesI Morning Worship Hour ' 10:55 (Broadcast over station' KGRH) SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:30 Sermon by Rev. Milton DuPriest Evening Worship Hour 7:30 Rev. Milton DuPriest TRAINING UNION 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 Will Be Open at All Services The Public Is Cordially Invited

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