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' hurch News "Spiritual Security" Stressed by Dr. J. B. Hall esbyterians To Hear if. Lauren E. Brubaker iunday morning at Central Church Dr L.aurcn r, father of .the pastor, Brubaker, .will deliver termon. Dr. and Mrs. Bru- are currently visiting..the i Mrt, Edward Brubaker. noh topic "Christ w . · '- -· · -. .. Brllbsker is now pastor of Wsbyie.rlan Church in llnr- Springs, but has been a paslnr '* South for most of his min- F6r JO ye»r» he ws« pastor i bultt the'.Ensley Highlands ,_rtermn-Church In .Birming- I, Ala, FWIriw'lng that he was s r of ^the.'Flagler Mfimorln! ;}Herian Church, Sir Aujua- , Us, for about JO years, uring his ministry. 0r. Bru' r.h'as held marty different nf- '·Moderator of various prcs- jries and synods, director of _ n t T conferences, leader In the New Era Movement and Christian ·-$tdeavor..He''has alto 'hecn'ac- tlv» in civic affulrs, having been "(DOvernor of Hotary frir Alabama and attending the International C6hventlon In Ostcnd, Belgium. Fslloming tlie last he and Mrs. Brubaker, toured Europe for two months, and he was n ouest mln- llter in English churches. . , \\ill leave Fayettevlllc after the service Sundny to visit Blrmlpgham, and Coiumbln, S. w.hefe'iiTcir qiiisr snri.'Br. '-.sur E. Brunakcr, ,Ir.', Is - h e a d - o f t Rellirion Department anil 'chaplain of the University of South Carolina. 'After that Dt. Brubaker will attend the -164th' Genera] Assembly of the' Presb'ytcrlnn Church USA in New York City, then rejoin Mrs, Bnihakcr nt Nashville, fcnn., anrt return to Michigan. In the service the choir- will sing "He Joyful O Daughters of Klrin" hy Titcomb, nnd the organist will play "Allegro Dcclso" by Spark for the prelude, "Largo in A Flat," hy Stirling, nnd Improvisation on a hymn tune for the postitide. .During the service Dr. Brubaker will .baptize 'his grandson, Edward Scott Brubaker. Coronation Service To Be In Sprihgdale Sprlngdalc-iSpeclaii-The 'Girl'? Auxiliary of the First Baptist Chureh will have a coronation service in the form of a king's court tomorrow rjiiht at 8 o'clock. Guest speaker will be Miss Doris Duvaiilt, state young people's secretary, of May Fellowship Day was ob-»- served here yenterday by the Fayetteville Council of C h u r c h Women at a luncheon and prdgram meeting given at the First Chris- tlan Church. . Mrs. n K. Bent, president, presided at the luncheon, introducing the ministers of the participating churches and their wives; four officers of the United Christian Youth Council and their sponsors, Mr. and Mrs Tenterrnan;. five foreign University students; members of the Fayetteville Council Board; 'Mrs. Kyle JCngler, officer of the State Council; Mr. and Mrs. Powell, Church of Christ" Scientist. : . - · · · ' Mrs. Clark McClinton and Mrs. Bent gave questions and answers an the organizational set-up of the Council and its' proects. This was followed by an article read from the "Church Woman" by Mrs. Engler. The subject of which . was "United Nations." " Other articles Church Woman" from the featured Dr. Joe Bill Han. Or. Hall spoke on "Spiritual Security for Today's Families," stressing the three types of 'security which include. that of friendship, financial, and spiritual which is gained through ' Christlike living and also stated that chil- thinking: Dr.. Hall ....... ________________ dren reflect the life of their parents and thaf-parcnts may inculcate security in their children by catc security in their children examples of how this might be accomplished. Special music for th* afternoon program was provided by the Rev. and 'Mrs. A. L. Buchanan, accompanied by. their daughter st the piano. Mrs. Robert Boston led the worship service and Mrs. P. T. Verhoeff was chairman In charge of. arrangements. Miss Lola Mae Carr gave' the scripture readings. The inter-racial and inter-denominational choir gave a program of were "Peace," an article read by -Mrs. Ed Bru- haTtcr; Mrs. Ruth Gilbert's article concerned "A Tour By Social Science Students to Study Racial Problems!" Mrs. Robert Moffett gave a poem. on. "World Brotherhood," which was followed by a selection, ''Being Good Parents," by Mrs. L. M. McGoodwin. The luncheon meeting adjourned at 2 p.m. for the program which I sacred hymns. Mr«. H. J. was chairman of the hostess committee, Little Hock. Doris May Wilson will be crowned queen. Mrs. Lewis Epley, president of the Woman's Missionary Union, will Introduce Miss Duvault. Mrs. Jim Wilson, district W.M.U. preisdont, Mrs. Bill Bailey/, Mrs. Dallas Barrack, and Mrs. Elmo Samuel, C3.A. .counsellors, will assist the state secretary." "fellowship Sunday" Fo 'Be Observed Here Professor Philip Trapp of the University psychology department will be the speaker at tomorrow's meeting of the Unitarian Fellowship in the G a m e ' Room of the Student Union, The meeting begins at n. a. m.,. simultaneously' with the church school. Professor Trapp will speak on "The Dynamic* ot Propaganda." Sunday has been designated as "Fellowship Sunday" by the This List the Church of Your Choice_... Then Attend | W, "t »*PTIIT TW L JOHNSON. m .»ttnda» . 10B5 a m Mornlni Worship 'The Lost Chord" . asTrmor? Parrtlei "ot TnV'Klngdom' · » j u P m uapitii. Training vtiion '\Muilef .'iXn-BuulUul Gar Supper" tta'e! Prayer 1 . ...Harmon T Thi 1 CENTRAL PRESBf FEJUArl ' C IDWAUD BRUBAKM. 'Pallor, I William t Otbeon, Minister to llu **% a in CHurr* SeJwol . ·'"''- Be Joyful o Daughters ot IT JPRESBTTIRIAN JAMU W BUTLER. JR. Fait"'., Wllllaffl C. Oltmrn Minister u llu- af(||l| -- -- - · ' · ' · - ' · S»u a m . M Me Metnint Wotrtlp . Anuwm Gloria"--rarmel aWrmOn Wren Ult Becomei fcrar' t » t m junior fellowship 480 p m Jr.-HI fellowship ·" '' m WMimlniwr Fefiowihlp I Student center,,ml Weil Maple Street ktuion meeting, Monday, 1M p, m ·T. PAUL'S CPIKOPAL MAIIIUI J; lilHDLOfF.- RMWt TrUrcf Switfay'' A'fttr.' Btinr I.W a rn hoi.*, cpmnninw« · , f SO i m -Family Service ll:M a. m. .Morning Prayer and ,«;Srj p.' hi. Voung 'churchmen CENTRAL METHODIST D U DYKES JR., Pastor ' « « a rr Collsga. 71udcnl Coltef Hour ' ' --v ' - - T .IJO a m SuiCda'j 'School ' M5 a m Mornlni Wonhip' '. Bthtm: "0 God xur.Help in Ago K-Muelter- ",'!: · · · ' ' Aolst Dr Alfred, ftalhcock Solo TIM Stringer -ot Gallllee"-- Mcrrls by Mwllyn Sharp! ' " ' Sermon; -Jack Winfgearl ,00 p m. Wesley roundatlpn m Youth Group*. ,." . Evening service Beautiful S * 1r ' iavlour"--Dun- ' Solo: Richard Gretr -.Sermon;. Jack Wlnegeart Broadcast «Vsr KGHH r'lHST CHRtBTIAK , MOrrETT. Pallor 4^5 a m Sunday School Ifl M a m Sunday School Classes 10:51) i. m. Morning \Vorshlp J,M p n D. s. r. %SO p m Christian Youth Fellow- ,,ahlp and Chi Rho Fellowship + aff, JOHN'S LUTHERAN I'Mkansaa and Diekion Tel 811 or 312 , fhKDERlcK GUM/., Pastor C*K39 a. m. tiunda.v Scnoot .ZJMO a , - m . Adult Bible Class ""IBiJfl a m.- Nursery opens lt:4S a m Sunday Worship Anthem: "Now Thank We All Our . God"~Cru*«er Sermon: "God's Love Tor . You Should Move You To Love Others" '·*· FIRST CHURCH Of CHRIST. SCIENTIST * 8:30 a- rn Sune.iy Scnool 2-HiOD a ra Ktmdsy Service · ..1:41 p m, KGRH Sunday Radio ?roicrsm Wednesday, Tito s in., meeting'. Reading Room In church onen each dsy except Sunday and holidays. GREENLAND CHUFiCH OF CHBIST ORIS SALYKR, Mlnriui 10:00 a m Church school 11:00 a m Scrr.ior, It 4 a m Communion service. . 7:30 p m Song Service and Olbls ., itudy. ! ST. JOIEPH'S CATHOLIC ; FATHER EDWARD H MAUOY Pastor ! Sunday Masses 1:00 and 1000 a m Tnursday, 7:30 p m N'ovena Masses. ' Weekday Mass. 'Mondau through ; ftvi.y. 7 Saturday Ma.ii. 7:011 a. m. nril Friday Mass. 1:00 a. rn- Plrsi Saturday Mass. 7.00 a. m. .Onnfesilons: 7:00 lo 1.00 p m. and "~ire;all Mules S * CHURCH OF CHRIST r»MJ HcCLUNO, Minister . West Center ana Norm txKWI t:4S a m Bible atudy. If U a m Morning Worship l W p. m Classes . l » r p m Worship service . t » l. m , Wed nti,1 ay, Lldlii Blbli Clas* T11 ii m Wednesday. P r a y e r Ma»tmg and Bible Study for all agai COMMUNITY CHURCH K CARTER, Superintendent m. Mundax School + 'AMAlt FELLOWIHIi* Itudent Union 11 a. m. ROCK 1TREET M. T, CHURCH (CENTRAL CHRISTIAN) t'Rtl) HUCKELBIW. Pallor 4Q3 Welt Rock. S'reei »;4» a. m. Sunday School 111:11(1 a. m Bible School 11:00 a. m Worship Service Communion- : Berrnon - - . I:4S p, m--Youth Heeling * 7:30--Evenll/rf EvanilelUtlc Service anr) Communion 7:30 p m: Wednesday-Prayer Meeting 7:30 p. m. Wednesdaj', Teacher Training CldM CHURCH OF THE; NAZARENE J. a. conDtLL.. Pastor South Ucuil Street ft;,* to 4:13 a. n. Rad'o Program-- KGRH J):W 'a. m, Sunday School 11:00 a. m Morning Worship """ p m. N, V. P. S. Prayer M»t- Inl M f m. N. Y. P. r5. Protrara :4S p. m. Adult Prayer Band ,:30 p. ra. EvaniclUtto Service Wtdneadkr, 7:90 p. m , Prayer Meel Inn Thursday, 7:00 p. m., Vliilatlon . ' :. ' . ' + ' Baptiit Ford Community Church first Bunds? 11:00 a. m. Rev Dean Parker · ftecond Sunday 11:00 m. m. Rttv D. M..Lauderback .Third flundar 11:00 «. m Rev Alfred Wh'.talar rourlh Bunas/: 11:00 a. m Biv. V. C. Irwln loiM a. m. Each Sunday, Bundo; WCDINOTON METHODIST CHURCH A:, L: R1GG8. raslor 10:00 a m. Sunday School 11:00 a. m. and_7:30 p. m. Preaching Sfrvtets on FourUi and Fifth Sundays. CUMBERLAND PRESBYTERIAN SILL BARNES. Pastor K1 Doutlai sirej«t IM a m Simdnj' School. 7:00 p m. tvenlni Worship. WEiT FORK BAPTIIT R H REED. Bailor 9:45 a m Sunday School.. 11:00 a m Morning Worship. 1:30. p m, Bsplisl Training Union 7:30 p .m. Evening Worship BETHEL BAPTIIT CHURCH HOY W REED, Pallor 431 Mission Street 8:43 a- m Sunday School tl:00 a m Morning Worship. 0:30 p. m. Training Union 7:30 p m. Evening Service Midweek Prayf Service--Wednei- day p. m. 7 + CENTRAL BAPTIST JACK DEAN. I'asior 9:4.1 a m Sunday School, IO:M) a. m Morning Worship. 7:00 p m Baptist Training Course. 9.00 p m Evening Worship S;00 p. m. Wednesday. Prayer service. FULL GOSPEL. TABERNACLE TOMMY GIBBS. Pasior 1Q.OO a m Sunday School. 11:00 a m Preaching. 7:1S p m Evangelistic service Wednesday, 7:30 p m Midweek Prayer Service Friday. 7:30 p m PYPA Scrvl-« . BLACK OAK BAPTIST H O W A R D P R I C H A H U 1'nslor 10.00 a m Sunday School 11:00 a m Pre»;hln« Service 7:00 p m Training Union H'OO p m Preaching Service ng Serv Prayer i Thursday 7:30 p ra QOSHEN METHODIST i M YANCEY. Pasior }0 00 A m Sunday School. 11:00 a - m Mornlnu Worship 7:00 p m Evening Worship AYETTEVILLE BIBuE MISSION 900 BLOCK SOUTH COLLKOfc Interdenominational HOMER MOUTTET. Pastor «.« a m Sunday ttenoul. 11:00 a m Morning Worship »:1J n m Young IVoples Services 7:00 p m Evangelistic Servtroi Junior Choir wl.l meet Saturday at Wednesday. 7:30 p m., i ! t«y«r Meet.- SUGAR MOUNTAIN BAPTIST KK- E MORUAN. Pallor ARUM HOSTELLER. Assistant Pasior 10:00 a m Sunday School 7:30 p m Evangelistic Message Wednesday prayir meeting at 7:30 [) m. HIGHLAND COMMUNITY 10.M i m Sunday ili-hooi 11:11 a rn Morning Worship, Wadntfdar nlghl, 7:90 p. m. Prayer LINCOLN BAPTIIT CHURCH JESSE C CO1.EMAN, Pastor · 10:00 a m Sunday School 11:00 a m. Morning JVonhlp ·:Xi · m.' Training Union *:M p, m, Evening Worship JTHOVAH'I WiTNWSCS 3rd Floor Red Cross Drug Bldg. Wednesday. 7:30 p m Book Study. Friday, 7:30 p m Service rneelirui Friday, «:4S p m., Thaocrallc Ministry -School Sunday. 3:00 p. m., Watchlower Study '."+ SECOND BAPTIST N V DRAKE, Pasior I;li a m Sunday bckool 10:46 a m Morning Worship. 7:00 p m Evening Worship. Wednesday, I p m Prayer Service + WEST FORK ASSEMBLY OF GOD , BRANHAM and STEELK, Pallors 11:45 a m. Sunday School 11:00 Morning worship ' fi:.1ll p. m. Christ Ambassador 6:30 p. m. Junior C. .A. Service 7:30 p. m. evangelistic Service Wednesday at 7:30 p. m.-- Prayer Meeting and Bible Study BRENTWOOD COMMUNITY CHURCH Paslorl-- Rev. Otha Tackett and Itev Rex Morgan 10:00 a. m. Sunday School 11:00 n. m. Sermon 7:30 p. m. Evening Servioa ' 8:00 p. m. Fridav night, Bibia study and prayer meeting ·· + · WIGGINI MEMORIAL METHODJIT ARNOLD 8IMPIUN. Pallor South Church and Third atrttta tM a. m. Church Ecnoal 11-00 a. m: Morning Worship · fi:SO p m. Youth Fellowship .7:30 p, m Evening Worslllp WEST FOPK CHRISTIAN JOHN A8BELL. Minister 9:45 a. m. Church School . Communion Preaching . . a. m. Msrnirlg Worship and avery flnt and thlld WALNUT GROVE COMMUNITY CHURCH Sunday School 10:30 American UniUritn Association, Boston, Mi». "A Fellovvship"ii8 a group of Unitarians, the equivalent or "mi«»ion" in other rtlijloui orjanizationj. The national aj*o- ciation required 50..rnember8 for church statin. There are »t present 79 Tellowjhipi in thin country, a new on* in Canton, Ohio, Belhf the last.; one. to be formed. Arr kansas has only two, the local one and one in Little Rock. National Council Stresses Program Of Coordination The Rev, Russell Stevenson, chairman, and 'Dr. Charles W. For/nan, executive... secretary', of the IBM coordinated pro|ram emphasis of the National Council of Churches of Christ In the U. S. A.: have issued the.. following statement of purpose in regard to th.e.coordinated protram: "At'this moment in history there Is clear and (universal evidence ChurchWomen Plan Regional Assemblies New York-With national political parties .holding their nominating' .'coHVe'jltiohs this aumrner and the. preildential election scheduled tor November, the United Church W6Tnen':«f the National Council of the Churches of Christ In the U.S.A. have chosen as this summer and fair emphasis, "Seeking Righteousness for the Nation." From now until October they will carry out the .theme in elf ht regional, assemblies designed to "inform, inspire and train Christian · women for the new- era in cooperating among the churches" and to help them move their communities and their nation toward Christian objectives. "Christian women are no longer content to let other forces mold their communities,',' said Mrs. N W. Murdock MacLeod, general director of the United Church Women, in announcing plant for the nationwide conference. Nearly 2,000 women -who are 4- BERN CALVARY TABERNACLE 36 East South Street BERYL E. BETH. Pallor,. iO:00 a. rri. Mornlni Service . 2:30 p m. Deliverance Message and, . . 7:45 p. m. Evangelistic Services 7:30 p. m. Wertnelday. Tarrying Services 7:30 p. Svrvlca m Saturday, Teitlmonll WEST FOHlf PRESBYTERIAN DOUGLAS HftfcWtR. Pallor First Ami Tklrtl tamaiayi Sunday School 8:30'a m. Evening Worship 7:30 p, m. I»«.nl krta) Feiirt* tmslirs Morning Worship 1:30 a. m. Sunday, school 10:30 a m Evening Wonhip 7:34 p. m. WYMAN COMMUNITY CHURCH 10:00 .a. m. Sunday School 11:00 a. m Morninf worship · Sermons: Second and Fourth Sun- daya-Hev. John Albell Third Sunday--Rev. Virgil Erwin QOSHEN CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE CARL FIEDLER. Pallor 10:00 a. n. Sunday school. 11» a. m. Wonhip Serncet 7:M ». m Worshln EervleM. SYCAMORE BAPTIST CHURCH Wheeler. Art. E. M. TETER, Pallor 10:00 a. m. Sunday School 10:45 a. m. Horning warship 7:00 p. m. Baptist Training Union 7:30 p. m. Evening Worthlr Wednesday 7:M p. m., Mid-we«* strvlre. CENTRAL ASSEMBLY OF GOD «13 South College H L BAYH33, Pallor l:tt 4. m Sunday School. 11:00 a. m Morning Worship JOHNSON CHURCH OF CHRIST BILL E. SMITH. Minister 10:00 a m. Bible Study 10:50 a ni. Worship Service ' 6:30 p m. Young People's Classes 7:30 p m Worsmp Service Prayer Meeting Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. SON'S CHAPEL S MILES CAST ON HIGHWAY « 9:30 a. m Sunday School SuictrJntendent -- Turner Brown. Auxiliary every fount. Monday 1:90 FARMIHQTON BAPTIIT D M. KKEIS. Panlor 10:00 a. m sumla School. 11:00 a. m Morning Worship 6:.10 p m. BaptiM Training Union 7:,TO p. m Evangelistic Service ' Wednesday 7:30 p. m. Prayer Meet- ng. FARMINGTON METHODIST A - R1GCS. Pasior 10:00 a m Sunday School 11:00 a. m. and 7:30 p. m Preaching Service on First, Second and Third Sundays NORTH SIDE ASSEMBLY OF GOD SAMUKL r. 11RUCE. Pasior 10:00 a. m Sunday School 11:00 a m Sermon 7:30 p. m. Evangelistic Service. Tuesday. Young People's C A Ser- cxs. 7:30 o m. Friday. Prny.r Service, V9 p nt PARKSDALE BAPTIST HENNKR DAVIK Pastor ARLEN MOSTELLAR. Asilstant Pastor 10:00 a. m Sunday School 7:30 p m Evangelistic Menu, ing Friday. 7:30 meeting. . p. m. Voun ning g Peo ple'* rna-etlfig, 7:30 p m Evangelistic Messftga Wednesday. 7:30 p. m- Prayar Meat- Young Ptoolas JOHNSON BAPTIST CHURCH r. M LOCUE. P/i»lor 10.00 A m Sunday School 11:00 a m Worship Service! 7:00 p m. Training Union ft:00 p m Evening Service Wednesday, 7:30 p m.. Prayer Meet- In* . SEVENTH DAY ADVENTUT SOUTH sTRr.irt SATURDAY. 10:00 · m Pahbalh School 11:00 «. m Cnutrh Service. Tueiday. 7.30 p m Prayer mettlni SALEM MISSIONARY BAPTIST R SHARP, Pastor 'SI*. Mllea norlhWMt 10:00 ·. m. Hunday School 11:00 a. m. Mornlni Worswp 7:30 p m Evimlnf Worship · Wednesday. 7:M p. m., P n i Muting CHURCH Of JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DAY SAINTS JAMM FLETCHER, Eldtr Student Union Hue Room 10:30 a. m. Sunday School. 7:30 p m. Evangelistic Service. 7:30 p m. · Thursday, Prayer meat- int. 4- CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH Corner of Maple and Weqt . Streeta ELDER- A. D. STUCKEY. Pastor · :M a rr.. Sunday School 11:00 a. m. Morftina Worship 0:30 p. m Training Service 7:30 p ra. Evenlnf Worship Wednesday at 7:50 B. m. Prayer Service and Bible Study IMMANUEL BAPTISI CHURCH i W MORRISON. Pastor . Corner Duncan and Stont t:30 a. m. Sunday School Io:!tt MornlnB Worsnip Sermon: "The Problem of Marriage" 6:45 p. m. Baptist Training Union R:00 p. m. Evening Worship . Sermon: "The Valley of Decision" Wednesday. 7:30 n. m.. Bible Study FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD DONALD WALKER. Pastor 8:45 M. m Sunday School. 11:00 a m Preaching. 6:00 p. rn V. P. Clasa. 7:30 p m. Evangelistic Service*. 7:30 n rn rriday. Bible study. 7:30 p m. Tuesday. C. A. serricu OAKLAND BAPTIST . SI» .Miles Northeast) 1. S WHITELEY. Pastor 10:01) a. m Sunday School. 11:00 a m Morning Worship. 7:30 p m 8YPTC 8:30 D m. Evening Worship Wednesday, 7:30 p. m Prayer meet- ng. .*. PROVIDENCE BAPTIST WALTER JESSER. Pallor l Klghwi* II Wast) 10:00 a. m Sunday School. 11:00 a m Morning Worship. 7:30 p. m. Training Union I;15 p. m. Evangelistic Service Wednesday, S p. m.. Prsyer Meet- Ing Friday. 7:30 p. m., Youth Musical Program Momhly 7 p. m., Third Friday Fellowship Supper. Brotherhood and W. M. U. Meetings GREENLAND COMMUNITY BOB ; CORNELIUS. Pallor t:4i a m Sunday School 11:00 a m Morning Worship . Thursday 1:30 p. m., midweek aerv Ives led bjr iria Rev Jack Taylor. APOSTOLIC FAITH CHURCH NEOLA MOORE. Pnl'or Highway 71 South 10:00 a. m Sunday School 11:00 a m Morhit 7:30 p m Evangelistic Service W«dr!e«day, j!S» p. service ig Service I lstlc Servlet Mid *Mk ST. JAMES BAPTIIT (NtfMl 1- W wna Pallor 10:90 a m Sunday School. . 11:30 a m Mornlni Worship s-W t m YMmi Pao»l»-« m I:M c m Evangelism irvle "82 As A Community Development the Following Business Firms Dedicotc This Schedule iAritonsos Western Got Co. ·Boston Store , »Cy Carney Appliance Co. ·Cornpbell-Bell ' Drew Store fHotfield Pontioe Co. · Hunt's ·Oxark Cleaners ·Ozork Grocer Co. Co.. »W. G. 5bli.« Bokinfl Cp., Inc. ·Southwestern Gas Electric Co. i|Vlck«f's, Inc. 'tor Co. .,~i that especially for these time, tht leader, in their churches and corn- church has a cull from Gbd-to.mumties ire expected to attend the regional gatherings. Special training for. the leaders in the Regional Assemblies will b* held at the annual meeting of the Board of Managers and members of the national the United Church .Women Jt. Green Lake,. Wig.,' May 10-16. The first of the assemblies will be held June 24-26 at Billings, Mont. The remainder will be held in October in centrally located cities across the nation. At the two-and-a-half day assemblies, women will discuss such topics as equality of opportunity, freedom of association and expression, the right to a full and free education and active support of the United Nations, and will seek to develop a blueprint for bringing Christian influence to bear on these problem!. mi«sion and to unity. In the response to this call, and in. thi power of.God, lies the hope of thi world. Two impending world conferences--the International Mis tlorfiry Council at .wilUngeri, Ger many, ,in July, 1952, and the World Council of Churcheg a Evanstbnj Illinois; in August, 1954 will be arousing the churches to this call. Th* National Council o the Churches of Christ is undertaking a coordinated program em- phasift for 1953 to focus attention on thig total immediate concern. "In view of the desperate plight ot the world, our purpose Is to awaken the Christians of America to constructive thought and deepening conviction and commltmen concerning: The imperative importance of the Christian mission and its destructive function in the world; The inescapable fact that Christ is the only hope, of the world; The pressing responsibility of the church for laying the foundation of liberty and justice in the world. "These subjects concern Christians in every land and In every area of life. A new, concerted and united effort, involving these ecumenical Issues, is the purpose of this 1953 emphasis which will he presented, in specifics and in detail, to the churches in the near future." Announcements First Baptist Chnreh Circleg of the First Baptist Church will meet next week as follows: · Circle five, Mrs. W. E. Gould, 5 East Davidson Street, Monday, 1:3d p. m.; Circle one, Mrs. O. B. Cornett, 310 Washington Avenue, Monday 2 p. m.; Circle three, Prayer Boom of the church, Monday, 2 p. m.; Circle four, Educational Building, Monday-2 p. m.; Business Women's Circle, Mrs. Jack Roberts, 524 Shady, Monday, 7:30tp. m.; ' Circle two, Educational Building. Tuesday, 1 p. m.; The Washington-Madison Associational Workers Conference will be held Thursday at 10 a. m. Central Presbyterian Church Circle three of Central Presbyterian Church will meet at the home of Mrs. P. C. Sandal, 51? Lindell, Tuesdny evening .at 7:4S o'clock. "Our Missionary Program will be leJ by Mrs. Carl Hancock. Circle one of the Central Presbyterian Church will meet Mon- rla.v nt 2:30 p. m. in the home of Mrs. Kyle Engler, B2i Noun Highland Avenue. Circle four will meet Monday nt 1:30 p. m., in the church. St. raul'n Episcopal Church The Woman's General Auxiliary will have a 1 o'clock luncheon meeting Monday afternoon in the Parish House ot St. Paul's Church. Hoitesses will be Mrs. R. W. Allen, chairman, Mrs. B. G. Collier, Mrs. John Goss, Mrs. V. O. Tansey, Mr«. Herbert Lewis, Jr., Mrs. Inmes L. Walker and Miss Sarah Clark. First Christian Chnreh Circles of the First Christian Church will' meet next week as follows: Circle one, Miss Eleanor Quinn, church parlor, 2 p. m.; Circle two, Miss Ida Gregg and Mrs. Clara Bogan, hdstess, Grejg home at .136 North Gregg Street; Circle three, Mrs. H. C. Palmer, Highway 71, .north, 7:30 p. m.; Circle four, 7:30 p. m., Mrs. Frank Lee, 38 East First Street. Central Chrlntlan Church Ctntral Christian Church will open a two-week meeting Sunday, with the Rev. Fred Huck*l- bury serving an evangelist. Each Sunday morning will be a broadcast over KOHH from 0:15 'to (1:30 o'clock, Children's . meetings will b* Sunday nl»hta at «:30 o'clock. Hfrt Prftbjrterian Chureh The Executive Board of the Worh«n of the Flrnl Presbyterian Church -will meet at the church 2 o'clock Monday afternoon Gr(»'li Wirnlng To A Wicked Gtnti'ftlnri" will bt lh« «ubj««t' nr an addrw* by Howard Comport, 'Sunday, at a public , , of ,1»hovah's Witnemfs, on th* hlrd floor nt tht Rcrl Croat Druf Store nullrUng, More Clothing Needed In Asia 'The department of material aid and service to refugees of the World Council of Churches of Christ recently released from its Geneva office its compilation of requests from Protestant churches In Europe for clothing In" 1952, Requested amounts total'approxi- mately 2,000.000 pounds. In addition to shipments to European refugees, the Center slsu ships clothing to Asia,.where there are millions of refugees in urgent need of protection agairist winter cold and summer Heat. Latest information f from the American Relief for Korea is that there will be no clothing drive this spring. If AHK is not in a Hillside Adventures By FUD BTAU We have just rerurned irom a gander down to New "Orleans where they've got t big town full of people--about 800,000 'o( them " --and not a single solitary hill for anybody to climb, and they' seemed to be getting aJong all ' right, too. , In this burg, what hag had more flags · fly over it than any other spot in the.U.'S., there is no such " Ihing as a basement. No sir, their bargain counters are all on the second floor. Why, this town sits n such a swamp. they «ven bury " their dead on top of the ground. The country boy ..who goes to this big spot on the banks of America's biggest river, may suf-., fer from his feet hurting, but he's " position to supply clothing for not Jikely to get tnro ^' sunDurn Korea/it is expected that the gpv- , j ^ , t th k ernment of Korea and the United- Relief Commission for Korea.will urge the churches--for Prptestant- ism. Church World. Service--to secure and ship the clothing 'for refugees in Korea. Prairie Grove A number of High "School, students and their, principal, David McCartney, sperjt Thursday ,in Fayetteville selling tickets to businessmen for the Friendship Dinner to be held in.Prairie Grqve Thursday night. -Groveri McCormlck and Louis' Baerfieid of the State Plant Board n Little Rock are spending the list Association To Hold Workers Clinic Vacation Bible School workers from 23 'Baptist churches in the Washington - Madison County Association will meet at the First Baptist Church here for a clinic Thursday. Conferences will begin at 10 a. m. and end at approximately 3:30 p. m. It is expected that about 200 Vacation Bible School workers and pastors.will attend. There will be separate conferences for nursery, beginner, primary, Junior and intermediate workers. Most of the conference leaders will be from the Vacation Bible School faculty of the First Baptist Church. Demonstrations of handwork will be among the features of the clinic. Dr. Walter Johnson is moderator for the Association. The Rev. A L. Leake is the associatlonal missionary and the Rev. Walter lesser is the Vacation Bible School superintendent. Russian Churches Plan For Peace Conference The newspaper "Trud", organ of the Central Council of the Soviet Trade Unions in Moscow, has published the following Tass announcement concerning a peace conference, which is being organized by the churches and re- itjious bodies in the U.S.S.R. "In order to encourage the efforts being made by the churches and religious bodies in the Soviet LJniori to secure world peace, the patriarch of Moscow and all Russia appealed to all the churches -.p,d religious bodies in the U. S. S. R., suggesting that they should come together to discuss measures 'or protepting peace. "There was an immediate response to this appeal from the Georgian Orthodox Church, Armenian Church, Catholic Church, ..utheran Church, Baptist-Evangelical Union, Seventh Day Ad- vcntist, Reformed Church, Old Believers, Methodist Church, Malakans, leaders ' of the Mo- lammedan faith in Russia, Siberia, Central Asia, Kasakhslan, North anrt South Caucasus, Jewish caders and the High Priesthood ot Buddhism in the .U. S, ; S. R.,'' The conference was scheduled .'or the beginning of May arid as announced by Tass "will tackle the problem of protecting peace all over the world." Discussions will be based on a report "entitled 'The Church Is Beside the People n their Struggle for Peace." A lumber of churchmen from abroad have been Invited. Biltmore Claims Only Hotel Chapel ew York--As a result of an dea born lute one night in the mind of a traveler, .loseph R. Willon, a Philadelphia lawyer, the Slltmore Hotel In New York City now pouesses a simple meditation chapel. H is, the only chapel in the world In a hotel. Some 100,000 people have pissed through ltd portals and many * rid* h«« talitn her vow« before ta altar. Fresh flowers are banked each day at the entrance ot the room and ampldyw of th* hotel cften drop In for a few quiet mo- menta during their dally round*. Wllnon'ev lifelong Intercut hat efn to «ncoura|fl th* Idea of rion-Mctarlan chapel« In out-of- vay placw. He wig th* man rt- nnnilbic fir having rhapflu «n mpi. Oth»r prominent hotels are hlnklni ff followlnj Uij ll|. morC' example. veekend here at "Virginia Home." | Members of the women's organ- zations of the Methodist Church served a "May Day" breakfast in the basement of trie church Thursday morning. Proceeds from the breakfast will be us%d for. church decoration. Mrs. Martha Weaver, Mrs. J. Frank Holmes and Miss Aia/tha Elizabeth Moore attended commencement exercise's at Lincoln High School Thursday night. Mrs. Sam Brewer and Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Jones attended Gaebale at the University Thursday night with Miss Pat Brcwtr. , Mrs. J. Ed Rogers, Mrs. L. L. Baggett, Mrs. Frank Garret! and Miss Hettie Smith were hostesses to the Joy Bearers Class of the Methodist Church at the home of Mrs. Rogers Thursday afternoon. The Women ot the Presbyterian Church met at the home of. Mrs. J. R. Blakcmore Thursday after* noon. Mrs. C. R. Fenimorc, circle chairman, presided at the business meeting, at which time letters of thanks were read from a mountain school for clothes sent them, from the State Hospital in Little Hock for Bibles sent to them, and from the Sanatorium at Booneville for cardsi An all 'day work meeting was' planned for May 29 'at the home of Mrs. J. C. Parks. The Evening Circle met at the home of Mrs. Donald Parks with Mrs. Caswell Wilson presiding. Mrs. E. H. Cook led the Bible study. Hyeatt Beatty of Hermosa Beach, Calif., arrived by plane Friday fn visit his mother, Mrs. Myrtle Beatty, and his sister, Mrs. Martin Schofner. J. Ketchcr, F. N., \vho has been serving overseas, arrived Wednesday to spend a 30-day-lcavc with his wife at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Pennell. Ketcher will return to the San Diego, Calif., base from here. . Mrs. Kathleen Cummings entertained at dinner Wednesday night in honor of Lincoln Maupin, who celebrated his birthday. Guests were the honoree, Mrs. Maupin and Mrs. E. H. Cook. The Willing Workers Club met at the Legion Hut Wednesday to quilt; Joe Davis war a guest at lunch. Next Wednesday will be the last meeting of the club until the strawberry season ends. Sgt. Tommy Lewford, vho has returned from Korea after 16 months duty, spent Thursday evening w.*.h his wife and her family, the Gene Vinsons, before reporting to Camp Chaffee. l The National League assumed its present roster make-up of Boston, Now York, Brooklyn, Chi-. cago, Cincinnati, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh and St. Louis in 1900. The Babylonians developed banks as early as 2,000 B.C. scrapers. Theycan't extend their buildings too much skyward on * account they don't have any solid spot on which to build 'them. They j drive^down piling until they strike a vacuum, and build'on-this pil-- ing. How on earth - they could » have a vacuum under a town big as that one we haven't"*' out yet. There's'aMot of things different in this old, old, and very quaint city.- Their coffee, for instance: They boil "it until it will float the spoon, then it seems strong enough. Their water ..K terrible, but seemingly they don't use it for. anything but bathing, so it doesn't matter. ' " " . ' ' - : Being located in a swamp the early settlers of the town must have died like flics 'with yellow fever and typhoid. I -believe-the guide reported it used to take three frogs to live through one season and two of them 'had to be doctors. . The- ghosts of the past still haunt the old French quarters that are being preserved for the benefit of the tourist.. In the museunjs we saw many^relics of a past th»t is remembered only through the written pages of history books. One lives again .through the terrors and tragedies of the (lavs trade. He can . all but feel that every ship in the port might belong to the "pirates who made the sea a dangerous place to sail a valuable cargo in the early 19th century. One comes to realize, as he looks back across the ages through the eyes of his guide, that to live in the early history of this toeming city wag to livs dangerously. The feel of the old Sxiuth, where the Creoles and other people of wealth made life in this strange place pulse with excitement, is still there,when one moves among the houses with their large open courts. It is easy to imagine some of the old ladies, living'in rented rooms upstairs, still knitting socks for the Civil War soldiers. Here in the hills they do say ome have a tendency to. listen vhen others talk. JVe have been ' accused of sometimes sitting for a long lime i n - a group w,ith nobody doing any palavering. But in New Orleans everybody talks and i talks all the time and nobody listens.. Should you decide to go there for a vacation be sure and take | along a raincoat. You need not take along your iwn whiskey. From the number of places displaying it, and the joints sen-ing :he' firewater, it is likely they'll have enough to go around for some time to come. Tail In Cleveland To Wind Up Ohio four Cleveland-m-Sen. Robert ' A. Taft returned to Cleveland todgy o wind up his Ohio campaign for he Republican presidential nomi- . nation. He had a busy schedule mapped out for his remaining two days in he state. A morning news conference, a speech at a school, a television inerview: and an appearance at a city club show headed today's pro- ram. Tomorrow he will speak at a .ithuanian rally and at a high chool and then board a night train or Washington. The Ohio primary, in which he has a full slate of 56 rielccate candidates entered, s Tuesday. When Man Reaches the End of His Strength, That's .When God Begins. (JOD'S HAND AWAITS YOUR CAlT) FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Dr. Wollir 1. Johnion, Pallor "PARAILES OF tHE KINGDOM" Morning Worghlp Hour IDiU IBroadcail o»ar Ilation KQIIH) ·undir ichool MO "THI LORD'S SUPPER" Erenlni Wonhlp Hour 7:30 Trilnlnfl Unto lilt Tht Nu

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