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ArimiMi. Mtfrrftjy, Awfwtl J, Iff] Church News Guest Ministers To Fill Pulpits At Local Churches Good Samaritan Is Lutheran Hour Theme The story of the Oood Samarl- tmi has In'on chospn by the Rev. Paul as the theme of this Bishop Bcrggrav Addresses Lutheran Assembly .. , Hanover. Germany-(»)-Biihoo second address as truest speaker ; Elvlnd Ber«rav, of Norway told on the Lutheran Hour which will illt Lu.her.fn World Fed.r'.Uem hf- h r r u r 4 / . , i r l l.trt.f ( I * * t f . . . . , . . ! _ _ . . . . . . " n · K U V 1 B U U I I be doHGt over the Mutual network and a f f i l i a t e d htallons tomorrow. Speaking on the tuple "Messen-' RCTX nf Mrrc.v." the Rev. Stophan, During the absence of five of the l and on August 17, a .poaker from I who is pas | 01 . nf Mount Calvary here before Lutherans from Z 7*nT ittnr« Ainu, minidcrc nr .n».i,- Ji i-,.,! ii 'in it.. ....i-.. ... i r-k..»i. i. o. t _..,. ..:',, . "*-' ur e i-uinerans irom 24. na- Asflcmbly this week that the church and the modern welfare | state "arc approaching * gigantic struggle." In one of the major addreisef pastors, guest ministers and speakers will occupy the pulpits for several Sundays, in a few of the local churches. The Rev. Elmer H. Hook, super- . ., .,,,,,, ,,, v l t y ,, intendent of the Mcthodift As-I""'' 1 " church cervices tomorrow, j given only to those we know'|n- scmbly, will speak tomorrow in ~" n ' P'* n ln return on or about ! tlimitely, or to the loved ones St. Louis will fill the pulpit in I Lutheran Church In St. Louis, will the absence of the Rev. F. A. I relate the story of the Good S»- Gumz, who will leave with Mrs. I maritnn and apply Itj les«on« to Cumz and their two children for ! present day living. Northern Wisconsin, immediately. "Too often charily .and mercy Ir Youth Conference Slated At Methodist Assembly lions, the Norwegian churchman Mid: "The »Ute which we «ee developing today attempts to take the place of God by substituting welfare for God and Faith." Bishop Berggrav, former primate of the Church of Norway, was a when needed. inn Churches, at the First Church , His subject will bf "Life and ««"''«' Wliot To Do About It." ' ·"'"' ' Thi- congregation of the Flrsl ChriMinn Church, will hear the Rev. Ray Hunt, retired minister prepared to secure the I Record commands, and we are ' The slogan Is: 'The welfare itate n f l T . l l t h r r a n m i n l . . . « J n J A l l . . , _ . _ , i . , , _ . . .. . . · - · v " l » l v Lutheran minister, Lay Readers will be in charge of services at St. Paul's Episcopal Church, while the Rev. Morlus .1. I.indloff Is vacationing in Wisconsin. from Ohio, who has made his home here In Fayetteville. He . will Ufa as his subject "The Au- | ~" thnrity of Experience." Mr. Hunt i SO.OflO Seala Provided V'n K" ? U , h , ! "l"" ng f ° r lhe ""· ! London ' M '' - Brlla 'n will no: J '?,° b ^. nt '?L. ... .. IV «^u. 90,000 observation seat. to do these good deeds with pa- ' takes care of all problems arlilng tience 'as unto Christ 1 who did everything for us, who shed His in the life of its citizens down to toothaches and bath water." precious life-blood for u» on Gol- "Many Christians are tempted to gntha's accursed tree to pay the say; 'Under such conditions there penalty for human transgressions." j Is no room left for the Church and Listing 10 excuses we might of- | ior li,u practice of love of Christ' fcr for not helping others the I But this is wrong. The love of Lutheran Hour guest speaker will ] Christ will always find ways o( This year thert will be two Jur- isdlctlonal Youth Conferences on Ml. Sequoyah. The first Conference will befln the afternoon of Wednesday, and close at noon Wednesday, August 13. This Conference is held as an inspirational and guidance program for the Youth who hold District and Sub- District officei. From Monday, August 18, through Monday, August 25, the second Jurisdictional Youth Conference will be held for the Young People who are officers in their local Churches. This is the first Jurisdictional Conference open to youth who hold offices in their local Churches. It is the desire of Central Church that the young people of the church will take advantage of their Conferences and visit Ml. Kequoyah. Qualifications for Youth delegates are: members of the Methodist Church; leaders in the loca church; hold no office in the MYF organization beyond the local church; at least a junior in high ichool; recommended by local church counselor and pastor; approved by Conference youth director or executive secretary. Qualifications for adult? are: must have leadership responsibil ity in the local church; approved by Conference youth director or executive secretary; willingness to serve as counselor at the South Central Youth Conference. Recruiting Station Now At Legion Hut The Army and Air Force recruiting station has been moved j U.C.Y.M. To Meet Al First Christian I point out that personal assistance St. John's Luntheran Church will have the Rev. A. H. Schleef, pastor of the First Lutheran Church in Fort Smith, August 10, ni! '" sarj '' not for Queen Elizabeth's coronation procession next June and spectators will hove to shell out from *IO to $H to sit in them. ing of money to a charity. the « iv - expressing itself even in a rigidly controlled welfare itate." The cutting and carving of gems Jupiter's 'day" or the time it Is believed to hove originated in takes to revolve on its own axis ' Babylon thousands of years be- is about 389 of the earth's days. ''' re Christ. Select From This List the Church of Your Choice... Then Attend FIRST BAPTIST WAI.TM L JOHNSON. .. 1:9(1 a m Uunoa* School 10-JS a m Mornlni Worship Eermon: "God'a Children Tried" 1 e:t» IJ m naptlHi ira.uln* u.ii' v 30 p. m fcvenind Worihin EsTmon: "Praise from the Lord CENTRAL PRESBTrERIAM C BUWARD BRUBAKIR. Paaur William I Glbaon. Minister to »t .denta · U a m Church Benool JO's a m Morning Worship , ..Union Service at Flrat Prelhylerla Church G.OO Weitmlnater Fellowahlp. Su . per and Program, Student Center f riMST PHtaBYTCRIAJI JAMES w UUTLCH. J K . PMMT ^William g. cibeon. Minister u In- « a m Sunday lehool 10:15 Morning Worahlp Union Service With central Prea bylerlan Church at First Churrh Solo: "Oreal Peace Have They"-Rogers Solout: Dallaa Long Sermon: "Llle ana What To With It - Rev. timer rT Hook 1:03 p. m. Westminster reiiowa,,, Supper and Program, student Cen IT. FAULf EPIKOPAL MARIO* J LlNDLOrr. RH Ilfhth «und«y After Trlnlly ·.w « in .mix v-onununii,.! · }£ « m r « m11 ' »«rvkt 11:1X1 Mornlnf Priyer nd (ermo: CtMTHAI. MCTMODltT ft L DYKU. J.. PHUT I:M a. m. collti* Student CoIfM Hour l.U a. m.. Church lebool ( ^o:U . m. MorniM Worinlp fcrv Anthem: "«Mk Y« Th«'· Urd" Robert* Soloui: '_ Wlneieirl Duel: -rtarh Me To i-r«v"_jB W it -Mr. nd Mn. w. J. SmBlWt Sermon:-- Hev. D. L. Lj *^. -r. A:0u p. in. W«Bley Koundellon ·:IW p. m. youth Uroupit 7:30 t- m. tvenlnf Wonnln Servlrn Alilhem: "Jeiue Lover of My Soul" Solo: Rlchird Greer Sermon: D. L. DykM, Jr. broidciit over KGRH ·OBUIT Morrt-rr. in i. m. Sunday School 10:00 a. m. Sunday school CI»MI 10:50 i. m. Mornlni Worihin Sermon: "The Authority of Expert- tncf -- Bov. H«y H u n t yuo p m. D S. f. u:30 p. m. Chrlitiin Youth r.llow. ·hip nd Chi Rho rellowiblp ·T. JOHN'* LUTHEHAH . t:JO l:« . . m. alunoar . m. Adult Bible Clau 10:4» a m Sunday Worahlp Ser.non: "Why Thla Sacred Act U a Communion" Firat Corinthians 10. 16 Choir Amhem: '.'Lead Me. Lord"-Samuel Wesley M7 Douiiai sir«.i 1:41 a m Sunday School MX |i an. tvenlni Worakiy. Ip.M a. m Sunday School '' : «? · m Wonhlp Service 7:00 p. m. Training Union · W p. m. Worlnlp Service 7:30 p. m.. Prayer Serv- Ice W M. U. Fourth Friday J CH G UI CORD?M f Ht "*«"«»« u .. C ,OKDELL. I'aslor South Locu«l streei ·:fO In »:u a .n. KGRH **·; * "i Sunday School 11:00 a. m Morning Worship 10 P m. N. y p. s Prayer Meet IS P m N V p g. Program ^ p m A d u l t Prayer Band TM p. m Evangelistic Service dneadiy. 7:30 p. m.. Prayer Meet Ing in Thuraday, 7:M p m.. Violation + laplUI Fotd CoramunllT Church Parklr Sunill » " :W «· m Rl ' v O««n D m Rev Services H*? 0 ** Sunday 11:M .. m ,,., H Lauderback Third Sunder II Alfred Wh'.lclOr Fourth Sunday: iron a. m Hev. V. 10:00 a. m Each finool WEDINOTON METHODIST vfiuRCH 10:0(1 a m. Sunday School 11:00 a. m. and 7:30 p m. Preaching -- on Fourih and Flllh Sunday* . ,, .JaP** ·A«»T · H HUD, Paslor «:« a m Sunday Stnool. 11:00 *. m. Morning Worship. T:W p. ·. Evening Worship ETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH OY W *EKL. Pastor tn I Mission .Sired I:U a. m. Sunday School 11:00 a m Horning Worship · :W p m Training Union 7:M p m Evening Service Midweek Pray*' Servlce-Wndnes p ni. 7 ·f ENTRAL BAPTIST ACK DEAN. I'astor · IS a m Bunday £?hool 10:50 a m Morning Worship 7:00 p m Baptist Training Courae 1.00 p m Evening Worship 1:00 p m Wedneaday. Prayer JEHOVAH'* W.TNIKSES 3rd Floor Red Croaa Drug fclldg Wedneaday. 7:10 p m Book Jtudf Friday. 7,-M p m Service meeting Friday. 1.41 p rn.. Theocratic Kin latry School Sunday. 7:30 p. m Wa'ehtowei Study + Garland Htighti Baptist Million ol First Baptiit Church lilt, James Streei GLENN STEELE. Paslor MO a. m. Sunday School 10:45 a rn. Mornlni Worship fi lr, p m Training l/nl n i::o p m Evening Worship ·t CALVARY TABERNACLE .If, F.a«l Suulh .Street BERVL F, BETM. Pallor 1(1:00 a m. Morning Service 2:.K) p m Deliverance Message and Praye.- 7M. r , p. m Evangelistic Services 7:30 p m Wedneiday. Tarry'rg 7:.l(] p m Saturday. Testlmon. ll Service WEST FORK ASSEMBLY OF GOD H K A N H A M and STEELE. Pastora 9:41 a m. fiunnay School 11:00 Morning Worahlp 6:30 p. rn, Christ Ambassador Service «:.TO p m. Junior C. A. Service .!,, ". m ""ngellitlc Service BRENTWOOD CHURCH OTHA TACKETT, Pallor 10:01) a. m Sunday School 11:00 a. m Sermon 7:,TO p. m Evening Service »00 P m Friday night. Bible all and prayer meeting + SOU'S » MILES gWST OH HIQHWAV U ·:30 a m SunUy School Superintendent--Turner Brown. ^ Auxiliary even lourm Honda; I:M + SECOND BAPTIST ·1 V DRAXK. Paa-^r »:« a m Sunday bckwl. IO:U · m Morning Wi/rship 7:00 p. m. Baptlsl Training Union §:0tl p. m. Evening Worship Wedneaday. 7:30 p. m.. Prayer Meeting Young people of all the churches of Fayetteville are asked to join the United Christian Youth Movement In their youth meetings, being held every th'ird Sunday during the summer. Tomorrow evening at 6:30 o'clock, the second meeting of the summer series will be held at the First Christian Church. The group, composed of boys and girls of junior high and high school age, will participate in a study period, recreation, and a class with the Fellowship Circle. Eleanor Ellis, Worship and Program chairman, will be in charge of the study hour, and Marvelyn gram chairman, will be in charge and Marvelyn and Sharon Rise are on the Recreation Committee. Hillside Adventures By RED STARE See by the papers where one aspirin manufacturer uses five six 30-ton carloads of corn- frnm the Paddock Building over Cook's Paint Company, to the basement of the Legion Hut, Sgt. Elmer A. Cochran announced today. Several recruiting stations in this area have been closed as a result of an economy move. Two Korean Casualties From Arkansas Named Arkansas' casualties in the Korean War Area as announced by the Department of Defense, are: Wounded, Pfc. Hussell G. Palmer, son of Yule J. Palmer, Decatur; injured, Sgt. Paul T. Downs, son of Mr. and Mrs. Willie Downs, Hope.' Obituary Willis Lafayette Burnett Funeral services for Willis Lafayette Burnett, retired gro- ceryman who died Wednesday, Announcements · bunda." School 1:30 a m, Sunday School 10:30 a m £vsni..f Worship 7:30 p W Ti M o A a* COMMl "fITY CHURC iiTM * . m - «°"lng worship . «J3B!?. : . Third Sunday-R«v. hlp f ° arih Su Viril] trwn £ SSffl! FIRST CHURCH Of CHRIST. SCIENTIST *.3U a m Sunday School 11:00 a m Sunday Service 6:41 p m. KGRH Sunday Radio rvogram Wedneiday. 7:« p. m . meeting. Reading Room In church open each day except Sunday and hoitdaya CHUftCH OF CHnlvT OR IS SALVE*. Mlnlitti 10-00 · m Chuich tchooL 1100 » m Seriuoi. 11 41 ft m Communion tMrvlc* »tud P m S ° nit Scrvic " antl d »T. JOSEPH'S CATHOLIC TATHEB COWARD H MALOY Pallor Sunday Masses 7:30 and D:30 a m Thursday. 7:30 p m Novena Masses Devotions Weekday Mass. Monday ihtough 7 Saturday Mass 7:Ul a m I First Friday Maaa. j MI a m. ' ULL OOSPEI. TABERNACLE M. STOCNER. Pas(or 10.00 a m Sunday School. 11:00 a. m Preaching. 7:!» p m. evangelistic eervlcw. Wednesday. 7:30 p m Mldwci ayer Service 7:H p m ' P Y P A s«rvi"« ·LACK OAE BAFTJIT HOWARD PRICHAHD Pnslnr U;W a m Sunday School Il;« a m Preachmf, Scrvlc* 7.00 p m Training Union *;00 p m Prenchinf Pervtc"* Thuriday 7:30 p m Prayer meeting ·f- GCiHEN METHODIST OLh R riNDLEY. Pantor 19:00 · rn Sunday tfcriuol 11:00 a m Mornlni iVonhlp 7 00 p m Evening Worship ·f F ATETTEVILLE BIB^E MISSION MO BLOCK SOUTH CUU.KJI Inl«rdtnomtnational HOMER MOUTTET. Pastor I:4S · ni Sunday ttrnuol. 11:00 a m Morning Wonhlp «:15 o m Young Peoples Services 7'Ofl p m Svungftisllr Scrvire.i Junior Choir witl meet Saturday at p. m Wednesday. 7*30 p m. Prayer Meet- SUGAR MOUNTAIN BAPTIST I K ' K MOR(MN. Pastoi ARLIr: MOSTr.LLER. Asslslnnt Pastor 10.0T a m Sunday School 7:.10 p m Evancellsllc Message Wednesday prayer meeting at 7:30 p nv _ ---SIMPSON. Paslor South Church and Third glrwla »:41 a m Church School 11-ou .. m Morning Worahlp «:ao p m Y ou th reilowihip 7:» p. m Worship WEST FOHiT CHRISTIAN JOHN ASBELI.. Mlnlaier ·:« a m Church School 11:00 « m Morning Worship in imumunlon Preaching (very flm and tlurd CMWI7 10 00 a m Bible S'udv 10..W a m Worship Service 7:00 p. m. Evening ClaiHs ^"0 p. m. Worship *edneadaj·. «:00 p. m.. Prayer 1 CHURCH OF CHRIST FRED McCLUKG. Mlnlsier Wesl Cen(er ana North Locui. · 41 a m Bible lludy 7.10 p m Classes · 00 p. m Evening Service 1.30 b. rn-. Wednesday, Ladles Bible Class 7:30 p. m Wednesday, P r a y e r Meeting and Bible Study tor all ages f CHRIST'S CHURCH niKU HUCKKLBtJRY. Pallor 40! Well Rock 8reel ·.45 a. m Sunday School M w a. m alible ih-hoo! II.N a. m Worahlp Service 42ommun!on ·ermon MS n m Children's Meeting Ynunf Pc-oples Chrlillan Endeavor Ml p in. PlcNviilng Service and Communion Wednesday, I p. m , Prayer Meeting Friday. 7:45 p m., Revival N l g h l | Wedneiday night. 7:30 p m., Prayer I service* LINCOLN BAPTIST' CHURCH JKSSK C COI.EMAN Pnslor 10 (XI a m Sunday School 11 oil a m Morning Worship ( .in p m Training Union 7 .10 p m Evening Worship E L K I N S COMMUNITY CHURCH WADE B A R H O N . .iiipennlcndenl Wade Barron Aupcrmlrnrlriit 10 no a m Sunday School I t oa a m Church WALNUT GROVE COMMUNITY CHURCH Sunday School 1030 a m ·*· HINDSVILLE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH TOM WILSON. Pallor 10 00 a m N u n d a 11:00 and. Third Sunday! u n d a v Hrhool Wurtlilp Servlre. Klnl FARMINCTON BAPTIST U M KHE1S. I'aitor 10:on a m Sunday Senoo] 11:00 a m Morning Worihip «:M p m. Bapllit Training Union 7..10 p. m. Evangelistic Service ^ftcdneaday 7:30 p m Prayer Meet- FARMINGTON METHODIST V _ HICGS Paitor 11 00 a. m Preaching on first, aecond ind tourth Sundays Sunday "' '" ''""'""» °" "cond W. S. C. S. Second Thursday each month JORTH SIDE AStEMBLT SAMUEL E bRUCE. Pallor 1000 a. m Sunday School 11 00 a m Sermon 7\10 p. m. Evangelistic service Tucaday. Young Peoples C A Scr Iccn. 7.30 p na Friday Prayrr Service. I (I p na. ARKSDALE BAPTIST I K N N K R DAVIS. Pjalor M1I.EN MOSTELLAR. Aislilanl Pallor loixi a m Sunday School 7::io p m Evangallatlc Meawag* Wedneiday. 7:.10 p m Prayer Meel- ng Friday. 7:30 « Ik. YOLhg Peofile s :etlng. ·«- JOHNSON BAPTIST CHURCH E M LOGUE. P/illor IOOO a m suncay School 11:00 a m Wonhlp StlvlcM 7.00 p m Training Union »00 p m Evening Service Wednesday, 7:30 p m.. Prayer Meet Ing "WARD SMITH. Paalor i;..' * m Sunday School !TM * m Morning Worahlp 7:08 p IB. Baptiit Training Unloi 7MO p m Evening Worihli wedneaday 7 CENTRAL ASSEMBLY OF GOD · 13 South College B L BAYLISS. fu, 0 , » : « · « Sunday School, a SS * ra -, M " r "'"« Worahlp «:» p m. Young PeopM'a meeting ; : « f m Evangellatle fttrvlct lnt P to. Thursday. Prayer nee' CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH ·:4J a. '-. Sunday Schow . . «:00 p. m . Evenlnj Worih.p Wednesday. « p. m . Prayer Serv Ice; «nd Bible study Monday, Ing of w. g p M A. . dy m., Weekly Meet IMMANUEL BAPTIS1 CHURCH C w MORRISON. Paiior Corner Duncan and StoM »:45 a. m. Sunday School lo-.w a. m. Morning Wonhlp Sermon: "Whole Son Ii He?" e.4., p m Hap,t»i Training Union »00 p m Evening Worship Sermon: "The Trinity of Satan" FIRST ASSEMBLY OF OOD DONALD WALKER. Pa.lor ·:« a m Sunday School 11:00 a nv Preaching ·:oo p m V. p. Clael. 7:M p m. r\-angellit;c servle« ':30 p m Friday, Bible atudy. »:» p m. Tueeday. C. A. MlY OAKLAND BAPTIST isii Mllea Norineaat) S. WHITELEV. Pallor lu:OU a. m Sunday School. 11:00 . m. Morning Wonhlp. 7:M p m BVPTt 1:30 p m Evening Worahlp Wedneaday. 7:K p m Prayer rawi. SEVENTH DAY ADVCNTIST 17 SOUTH STREET SATURDAY: 10:00 a m Sahhath School 11-00 a m Church Service Tueiday. 7.30 p m Prayer meeting SALEM MISSIONARY BAPTIST W R SHARP. Pallor Six' Mllea northwelt 10 (X) a m Sunday School 11 (Kl a m Morning Worahl We';.... Meellng + CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DAY SAINTS JAMEK FI.F.TCIIER. Elder Sludml Union Hue Roma IO:M · m Sunday School. a m u n a y coo II 00 a m Morning Worahlp 7'30 p ni Kvenlng Worthlp) Wednraday. 7:M p m., P r a y e HOVIDENCE BAPTIST WALTER JESSEH. P«slor (Highway U Wail) 10:00 i m Sunday School. 11.00 a m Mornfng Worahlp. 7:.lo p m Training Union «:I5 p. m. Evangelistic Service Wednesday. I p. m.. Prayer Meet- Monthly 7 p m.. Third Friday Fellowship Supper. Brotherhood and W M. U. Meeting! OREENLAND COMMUNITY ·OB CORNELIUS. Pallor ·:* · m Sunday Scno«l 11:00 a m Morning Worehll Wednesday 7:4S. midweek P Study and Prayer Service ·f- Flnl Christian Church Circles of the First Christian lieaved cornes winter. We just plain won't make enough cor this time to cure one whoopin bic headache. One feller wonaers if we've ev er heard corn growing? lie say it can be done. I don't knoi about that, but 1 do know !'· seen a heap of it dying within the last month. Some men say every time thej see a bevy of pretty girls passing that they .was born too soon. Bu what effects me the most is lo see some of this modern machinery in action. Why, a feller come plowing on to a neighbor's property last \veek with a machine and dug a ditch in a pair of days that would have taken our family of seven boys all summer to Pallbearers were Fred Smith, low a year ago. Business Trails In Prof its As Taxes Go Up Textiles And Steel Worst Hit, Aircraft Among Gainers New York-(jP)-Busines! Is making 11 per .cent less profits this year than last--blaming strikes rising costs, taxes, controls, and' savings-minded customeri. More than two-thirdi of the first 3J7 leading corporations to report their first six months earnings are trailing last year's profits ' --some of them falling drastically behind. The only industries to show gains as a group are aircraft, utilities and oil. Worst hit are textiles and steel. Still, only eight of the 327 re- ' ported a loss for the first half. And 99 were able to show gains over a year ago--a few setting records in profits. " But many companies that set records in sales volume found net profit after taxes had thrunk be- Church will meet next week as . a du 8 b 31 * 1" 'he good old days, follows: And we'd had over all J 4 of our Circle one, Mrs. Clarence Hight 509 East Maple Street, 2 p.m.; Circle two, it the church, 2 p.m.; Circle three, Mrs. Merwyn G. Bridenstine, 2000 California Drive, 7:30 p.m.; Circle four. Harmon Playficld for picnic, 7:30 p.m. St. Paul's Episcopal Church Ste. Mary's Chapter nf St. Paul's Episcopal Church will have a bazaar meeting, Monday at 10:30 a.m., In the Parish House. Fint Baitlat Church Circle five of the First Baptist Church will meet Monday «t 1:30 p.m., with Mrs. Frank Pickell, 808 West Maple Street. Mrs. Paul Cummiiifs of Maple Drive, left Friday morning for Jhicago, where she will visit !riends and relatives. The first aid training class conducted by the Washington County Red Cross ended Friday. Classes lasted for two hours dally and was held in the Boy Scout hut. Mrs. Vernon Harrison .of Springdale underwent a major opera- ion Thursday at the City Hos- lital. Her condition is reported o be satisfactory and she expects to return to her home Sunny. The women of the First Bap- ist Church met at the horn* of Irs. Loftin Brogdon Friday night or a prayer meeting prior to the rnt revival which will open Sun- lay night. , Cpl. James C. Huff has return- d from Korea and Japan where te spent 15 months, and is spend- ng a 30-day furlough with his arents. Mr. and Mrs. Cap Gulley. !e was accompaniel home by his rother-in-law and sister, Mr. nd Mrs. Frank Canup and chil- ren. Jerry Ann and David, of 'oodlake, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. George Harner nd children, Jane »nd Jirnmie, ft Friday for *Ionticello to isit Mr. and Mrs. Troy Dale liver and children. While on Norman Spencer, Dolf and James Drain, Buster Pool Spencer. Tom ; Mn. Mary St*lln Byrd Mrs. Mary Stella Byrd, 70. on Route 2 yesterday morning. The daughter of Miller and Peggy Bell, she was born at Goshen January 12, 1882. She is survived by her husband. Greene Byrd: one son. Dane of Fayetteville; four daughters, Mrs. Ethel Tincher and Mrs. · Artie Stephens, both of Fsvettoviilc, Mrs. Delia Boatright of Hindsville, and Miss Leota Byrd of the home; two sisters, Mrs. Amanda Bailey of Fayetteville and Miss Ella Byrd of Little Rock; nine A survey of the 327 corporationi i shows total net income this year of $1,982,512,364, against $2,223.279,061 for the same companies in the first half of 1951. The 28 railroads In the list year. The 12 utilities gained seven per cent. But the 287 Industrials dropped 12 per cent behind a year ago, with 212 of them showing declines in net profit. Not since the first quarter of 1951 has business as a whole been · able to register a gain in profits over the same period the year before. Steel profits--on the basis of 29 companies in the steel and iron · business--were off 46 per cent. Only three of the top 10 compan- Births hands. In this case there was no callouses lessen they was en the scat of the man ruinning the machinery. We got ourselves in bad last week aoout saying, "When a tornado strikes it is short, and you can soon start picking up the pieces. When a flood come it soon subsides. But when a drought comes you feel so helpless.-" Come to think of it we didn't say we preferred a tornado or flood to a drought. When one fel- ler got through with us over the phone -- we felt plenty lucky to be in the big middle of nothing worse than a drought. Well, we can say one thing: All droughts we've been in have finally ended, and we see no reason why this should be an exception. Men take their politics with a grain of salt, but some women take theirs without any seasoning and very unlightly. A very charming young lady (the reason 1 tnow she's young and charming s because I'm a handwriting expert) sends along a postal card saying, "I sincerely hope you lis- cned to the Democratic Conven- ion. . . It was a most disgrace- "ul scene from start to finish." I'll give you three guesses as to her politics. I'm sorter scared the gal is a mite jealous orer the donkey followers cutdoing the folks what swear by the elephant. But what's , noperi ies have reported so far. [randchildren, and two great- Retail profits were off 87 per _ ;randchildren. cent this year. But In recent weeks' Funeral services will be con- I trad5 has picked, up, end mer- ducted Monday at 1 p. m. at the ! ch ants expect to do better from Assembly of God Church by the I nmv on - , lev. Neil Sawrey assisted by the Tne oi ' companies were 10 per v. Paul Watson. Burial will be n the Buckeye cemetery under he direction of Moore's Funera! Mr. And Mn. Ray Sitemora Mr. and Mrs. Raj' Sisemore of Springdale announce the birth of a daughter, August 1, at the Citj Hospital. Mr. And Mn. Remold F. Drilller Mr. and Mrs. Reinold T. Drittlcr af Springdale announce the birth of a son, August 1, at the City Hospital. SAYS BILLS -CONTINUED F30M PACE ONE part that Sen. John L. Mcdellan, no political friend of McMalh, is playing in the Cherry campaign. Cherry said Arkansas divorce laws are "bad" and that he had prepared for a sroup of interested women--proposed legislative revisions. McMath, he said, promised support and then did nothing about the situation. As for McClollan, Cherry said j " h "TM" 1 '-- "·· support and vote cent ahead in profits in the first three months of this year, but some of them had a strike. And profits for the six months are only three per cent ahead of a year ago. Durability Test By Jet Trainer Planes Success Wichita - - Two Air Force jet trainer planes, flown in relays by some 60 pilots, early Friday completed a month-long 'record-* breaking durability test. One T-33 spent 400ft hours airborne during the 31-day month. The other also bettered the world recoro for time airborne by pulling in 364 hours and 45 minutes aloft. The previous world record was" relieved held by an F-80C Shooing Star in Korea, with -807 hours logged in one month. The sUte- slde record of 202 hours was set 1 y a plane from Moody Air Force Base in Georgia. the use of having the donkey for an emblem of you are not going to act like him? The Democrats outshined the Republicans in more ways than a farmer can whip a mule. They made more and longer speeches and said less -- if that was possible. They nominated six candidates to the GQP's one. When it come to noise making the comparison was like an elephant munching peanuts along side a donkey's brayinjt. The donkey folks consumed 35,000 hot dogs to the eluphant's 25.000 They stuffed 5,000 more sandwiches down their gullets, guzzled 23,000 more soft drinks (I don't have the statistics on the other heir trip they plan to go to Nash- klnd) and stored away one-fourth APOSTOLIC rAITH CHURCH NE01.A MOORE. Paa'or Highway 71 South 10:08 a m Sunday School 11:0( a m Morning Service 7:M p m. Cvangellitlc servle* WMlMMay. 7:30 p m.. MM WMK aervlc* ST. JAMES BAPTIST (N«f»l RIV. O. E. WRIGHT f:M a. m. Sunday School 10:50 a. m. Morning Worahlp «:00 p. m. B. T. U. HO p m tTahgeilillc fcrvlo* ST. JAMES METHODIST A t. BUCHANAN PMtof t.4 · m Sunday School. II on · m Morning Worttlla) 4:45 p m Voulh Fellowship. 7:M P in Nlghl -A L ,.^ Community Development the Following Business Firms D«dicote This Schodult · Arkansas Western Gas Co. ·Boston Store ·Cy.Corney Appliance Co. ·Campbell-Bell · Foyettev.lle Drufl Store ·Hatfield Pontioc Co. ·Hunt's ·Ozark Cleanm ·Ozark Grocer Co. *££;*^"fik r£ pl ' y infl C0i/ lnc ' · Soufnwes » ern Go* 4 Electric Co. ·Vicker'i, Inc. more ice cream. lie to visit Mr. Harner's aunt. The Brotherhood of the First aptist Church met Friday niRht r the monthly cooperative diner. Marvin Carter presided over e meeting. The guest speaker as Nelson Tull of Little Rock, ho is stable secretary of the rotherhood of the Arkansas Bapst Convention. He will also be e speaker for the first week of e revival meeting. Mrs. Carl Thompson was re- rned to her home in Springdale om the City Hospital Thursday tcrnoon by a Callison-Sisco am- ulance. Bill Rollins, an employee of the Ileeltin Can Company, has re- nor "etry. When he Rot to that turned to work this week after I * llb .J«l she slopped him and said, a minor operation. i "Give him a heap of that. His Mr. and Mrs. Roy Thrash and | DTM" 1 "" before him have all been children, Donna Kay and Johnnie, j Powerful poor shots./' of Dallas, Texas, have returned *~ Of co/se you can't compare the vote of November with any of the above, but regardless o"f how it tallio... I'd bet a coonskin cap nobody will be any more surprised than were the Republicans in 1948 This same youns lady thinks we need some help with our grdmmar. Well, the reason 1 ain't up to snuff along that line was because when Ma took me down to enroll in hish school she asked the Professor to name o-er the courses. Well sir. he went down the line and Ma didn't bat an eyelash u n t i l he comes to trigo- of every Democrat in Arkansas except two--Mcitfath himself and former Coy. Homer Adkins, one of McMath's principal advisors. Cherry challenged McMath to "come on and sit here beside me; I'll answer one question and you can answer the next." i Someone placed a chair heside Cherry on the broadcast platform. Shortly thereafter the chair was adorned with a hastily - lettered placard bearing this legend: "Reserved for Sid McMath." VIOLENTLY HITS -- TONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE like it a hit when John McClellan pulled the rug out from under Boyd Tackett." The crowd cheered loudly when McMath mentioned the paving of nearby roads during his administration. Christ's hands Seem frail Pierced by A nail But strong The fold Which these' Hands hold The Lutheran Church Arkansas and Diction hom« after a vijit with Mrs. Thrash's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Harp. Mrs. J. G. Webber left this week for Salisiury. Md., where she will make u two-month visit with her daughter, Mrs George Melbourne and family. Mrs. Hobert Anitlln was returned home Thursday morning- from the City Hoapltal. The trip was rnnde in « Calllson-Sisco ambulance. The Women's Missionary Society of the First Baptist Church will m»*t Tuesday at 12:30 p. m. for Ita monthly rny»l «ervic« pro- |r«m and luncheon. A f l f r the luncheon th» hn.inrii meeting wiU b« held, followed by th* pro- Tin Monopoly Kndi Washington - (/P) - The (rovrrn- ment returned the buying of tin to private industry today, releasinn the monopoly it has held on tin purchases since March 12, 1951. ((ram. All the women of the society are invited. Mrs. E. I. Bailey, Jr, nnd children of Slilwcll. Okla., returned lo their home Thursday after a visit with Mrs. Bailoy's mother, Mrs. Maude Hanks, and her uls- ter, Miss Bonnie Hanks of Johnon. Clifton Sisco of West Hunts- vlll Street made a busines* trip tfi Fort Smith Frida. He is nn hit vacation at the prewnt time. IT'S CROWING · God's Power is unbounded. His Love is everlasting. His Strength will keep you. · You ore cordially invited to share in the ministry of' this growing, happy, friendly church. · THERE'S A PLACE FOR'YOU..* FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Or. Wuh.r i, Johmon, tat* "GOD'S CHILDREN TRIED" Mornin, W«nhip Hour 11:11 OT.r Stilton KQRH) tckool l:» --. Tht MAIM FROM THI LORD" EvtBlaf Wotihlp Hour MO Unto* |,u

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