Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on May 29, 1952 · Page 12
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 12

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, May 29, 1952
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Church Foreign Mission Work In Decline Presbyterians Told Fewer Missionaries In Lands Abroad world." The committee, headed by J. Douglaj Brown, of Princeton. N. J., said the number of Presbyterian foreign missionaries had dropped from 1.608 in 1927 to I,i 18 at the end of last year to 1.045 now. Prairie Grove Miss Pauline Curtsinger, who has been a student nurse at the Baptist Hospital at Mangreen, Okla., spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Curl- singer. She was cnroute to Denver, Colo., where she will nurse at the University of Colorado Hospital. Mr. and Mr.s. H. F. Greer and daughter, Joan, of I.awton, Okla., were ^ weekend guests of Mr. Greer's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Curtsinger. ·'. R. Blakemore returned Sunday from Winstnn-Salcm, N. C., where he had attended a sales meeting-. Miss Donna Marrs of Fayetteville-was the weekend guest of her sister, Mrs. Henry Nelson. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Sanders and children of Coweta, Okla., spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Howard Henson. Mrs. Lillie Asher and Mrs. Ella Yount went to Tulsa. Okla., Sunday, where they joined Mr. snd Mrs. Gene Yount of Tulsa and drove to Amarillo, Texas, for a visit. David Mast, a student in the University school of pharmacy, spent the weekend here .working' at the Sterling Drug Store in place of Charles Woolverton, who was in Fort Smith on business. Mr. and Mrs. Charles D u n n of Wichita Falls, Texas, who have been vacationing in Northwest Arkansas, spent the weekend with TUMK. r.y.tttvM., WW. PWW THINS TW-... I WAS .lur-T THINKING HOW NICE IT WOULD BE IP J TOOK Of- f A MOUTH INSTMD OF THF USUAL TWO WEEKS New York-W)-Foreign missinn- nry forces of the Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. have declined in the midst of a world-wide "battle for the souls of men." This report has been put before the church's supreme governing body, the General Assembly, which closes Its 164th a n n u a l meeting yesterday. It authorized a study of means to strengthen the foreign missions program. Expanded mission work abroad is ; 'the ,-eal answer to Communism," said the Rev. Peter K. Emmons, of Scranlon, Pa., a member of the church's Foreign Missions Board. "We can't close up this work in a world like ours." His appeal followed a report yesterday by the Foreign Missions Committee, which said inflation, "orcign exchange losses and in- idequale funds threaten to force he church "to retire gradually" rom the foreign field. Declaring it was alarmed by the 'devastating forces of Communism and materialism" seeking to engulf the Christian world, the committee said: "We urge lhat our church increase in funds, manpower and effectiveness its battle against the mounting forces of evil which would wipe Christianity from the . (-OU1.U I POAD |.IK(. 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