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***'*·, *·§·* f, mt XT 1\ e W (Local Church Of Christ g Sponsors Montana Minister Lythcran Speaker Concludes Series f a i t h , we h,vr peace w i t h through our Lord Jetui Chris n-.fr the M u l u a l network and fiiiaied stations. fn th* last or hi.-, str.fi nf thrte addr«t« as summer guest speaker on the Lutheran Hour tomorrow, the H«v, Paul fi. Stephan will i c i . _. discuss -'The P a t h w a y t/i Peace." ·jChCuUjCCl For Til* gueit speaker who i. putor : !_,_ t n of Jit. Cahary Lutfwin Church : J T n f nanueI BaDtlSt fhn.t of Fayette..|iie, Bill C»n- n'.n. former m-nisti-r of the North Beacn Church in Corpui Chritti. Te.xa*. who had recently agreed lo begin work with the church in Sonora. Texas, has been released Clun»j with their *oi k Tht local church, Mr. MeClung reporti, ipent a toul of |210 Ust year for mission work, but are r"w .ipendinc IJOO per week on tht Butt* Mission, Mr. MeClung Speaker Af Youth Rally 1 way to perfect peace with Cod, in m«,age " "* the final analyiis, li t jn the way i Mr Foster will .1. K dress with «n elaboration of ;to go or volunteer personnel workers, and in other vriyi pree.r.nf for t ' Oosp«l meeting in that city Au- rjst n through the jist. Fred McClunJ, ptstor of the FtyetWville church, will also to ! to Suite, and preach during th* firtt week of the meeting with Mr. Cannon delivering the termoru for the second week. ' Mr. McClun« Hates that the ef- · I tortu of the 12 or 14 members of , the Butte church who met for worship the first time last October, will be aug-menttd by the following: Pre»cheri and other members , from seven 1 Montana congreja- j 'ions attending- and helping with I personnel work; Richard Pectol Jr., of Phoenix, Ariz., helping with the personnel work; Leroy w Stamen., building 'contractor of! ' Raton. N. M.. is preaching and it u hoped that he may begin t new I building it the close of the meet- j mg; Wesley Fillman is belnt s«nt to help during the meeting by the' Nugent, Texas Church; enough j churches ar* contributing etch I month into . building fund «| n. w«hld«ton Caunt, Y, Criming, coordinating the efforts will be In H,.«. ,. ",/"' ~~ '-a ^^^^^ ^^ynrthT,,^ wiywr^v^,;^^^ TMS» lTM S ^~i h l Your Choice · · · "".en Attend I 31 · rtl ftuntfAf ClKB( *MI iw."··!··" ..^ -- r\j^-^m *T l "*^WBB VOWS CHJk^KL I 185.1 . m Mormn. Wtrt.tt .« . -f ."35* 1 .!?" 1 ·J3S.l^* ', i;°" Orl » ·"I » "H-ES lAlir Off Hiamt.T M Strmon "Cnrm nd Hu chureh _ iS m ... « _?' *eJ*M riSJTri. p jUfTM" '"**» ·'* * * fcK*iy fcimi th* dfv C C Holl.nd I TM * "· ·»««·· W«V»»I» IS!??- !?! · m ·"«!« awiine Sa-^rii,,^^Sy:S'^y o iL. _ WALT« L JOHNKW. r . m lunaii WMW 1«SJ · m Momma W«rf»t» Strmon "Chrui nd Hu church -- IXf dfv C C Holl.nd «3J P m laptln Trajiuiu UMW ' M e m (vinlnt WafMif* Jermon "Tin C»ft «f *«.»··_«», lUv C C Holl»n«l . C ^DWAUD MUIAJCM. Pitta* ^ijmjM. « otkM. iciwur · ·» U «. «L Olwell th fo, . J tenet Church .t Cenrr.l Chureh fcflo Weilmimttr r«II«wfthip lu f*f *nd ProiTftm. ftirftnt C«rtt«r riBpT PMMTTTBUH /|TM** t QiMm. Mtutur » ft* ··fnft 1*-M « m Union »*rvt« in fn* C*n tr«l -Pr««»rt«rnn Church ·T MPLI M-MIU* *, mum (wnilir Afttr JLC · m "S" C »« i m rinlly rT M* Mornliii F/i/tr (nil ftrmon curnuu. MCTNODUT B i. DYKH. if., rww B| ».«* . m. Coltot. ttudtnt Coffx ftl a. m cnwek kiwM lt).« · m Mornim Wortkly Mrr. AnihTO. "Mj Cauu«rir_MeH«ll Krtoui: Mr., w. j. Smointri Jon: _o m»in» RMMii ' --MM. Clurlo hul. . w).- «*v. D. t. tyJM«;r. · m. tttiM/ rdunu(Mi J r. HI roulfi Orrmt · 9 m. irtnfflg Warm* t«r " CI«H1 -----J C**w ._M to JiJ! J frM, 7 Pittet aultid Htifhti Btpttit ef rhr«l Btptlft Church 11*5 Jftm«i f treat OL«Jf7* STKLI. Futnr ,J : ;S * m ,'undftr. School 1J « m. Mornlnf Worm, «;I5 p m Tr»inin« Unl n CALVAKT TABEHNACLE M Uit Soulh atrfet ·t»YL t BETH. Pulor 'JSS " m i? 0 """' «·'«*» r.j« ' ""' DlUv ""'« Mtuit, and .. t. * (ufiifay f°''«rln«B*»«i_T ura , r A» trow*. ·ecoiro N » ' - B . v .. ^.uui.ij. iuum ior Chrut will hold its regular monthly youth rally tonight, beginning; *t I o'clock. The guest speaker is the youth Italia, Or. D. A. (Scot- 2"£ } ,," cCa11 ab °'-e Photo), Dr. McCall u now giving full time to evarjf eliitic work with the Sword «f the Lord Foundation, and working with Dr. John R. Rice of Chicago, 111. He will be one of the mam speakers at the Sword of the - Lord Bible Conference which will , :M be held in th* First "Baptist Chureh of Fort Smith, tomorrow through next Saturday. \FaIter .lesser, president of the Washington County Y. F. C., states that the local group feels fortunate to have the privilege of hearing Dr McCall, while he in this area and the Youth for Christ interdenominational organization extends an invitation to all young people as well ai adults. The program will include special music and gospel singing, and will be held in the Central Baptist Chureh on North School Street, south of Dickson I Street. - -,-- Cassino 'n to make way far i housing ,,.,,,.,,.. ,,,,,,«,, ,,, 5: , the former Benedictine vineyards, the beautiful shrine is nearby Covington. Nearly 50 years ago, two Benedictine .... , ----- * n1 bu 'lt the shrine.. Photo at left, above, shows the litional religious symbols and a small altar. It can only hold three iwi the eiterlor, \vith a belfry so smaU the Benedictines have nsv-r- been y^e. *ff flad i jfttil fat it - -- - " · Guest Speaker p ·f Sun( " ' : "·» · m. W,Hr)( Choir *tr ftkfctr* Orwr m: D. L. Drku. Jr. M «rir |fc(lf i u! WMT FORK ASSEMBLY OF COD BRANHAM iM STE£L«. P.l .? J* i m *""»V School I I . W Mornlnt WowJi ·:* r m Junior C A. MrvK. 'tint «nd *lbl StuSr TlWfd TACKETT. P..IOT *' m *""«» School . ra S«rmon JlMT CHUMTIAH « IUT Morrrn. PKMT :« · m Sund., fcfwol * * m *u«d.r tckoil ·» · l» Mornlnf Worxiv TM?5; J*""'"' "» Chrijll.n Ae- -lt* Il»v l««x Hunl o p *. O S. * Ul. %* c l' n »* *o»tt »·!!·«· «id Chi »Ko ruiowau 111 !!:· 7..H) n KtrHi "" """I"* . m Tr.ir.ln School Worihlp. Union «WTH. CHV.CH '··5 m « * . ·f. JOffU't LOTHCiUUI -f- tArrrar DMN. |.;.;i' r J:JJ I in Kund., . '!·* · » Morning Worihly «·("'· Tr.in.ni c««. I !·« hurrh (CMW I I M . m Mormnf Wonhl» J.JJ p m. Youlh t,ll,nf, '.w »- « ttfn.n MT FORK CMHISTIAH JOHN AS8ILL. Mlnltlw I l i B 1 "" c .S'" fh School «»ei7 lirn oiint fto-lf, nwtum TM «»«noll.lfc IttHw ^·H · «. T»ur«J,,. C C. L ,TM"T Presbyterians Will Meet At Central Church Union services being conducted By the First and Central Presbyterian churches will be held this Sunday at the Central Presbyter- Ian Church. Dr. J. W. Butler, Jr pastor of the First Church 'will use as his sermon subject '-Qu Struggle for Security." Miss Helen Yvonne Hughes wil be guest organist and will accom piny Miss Elizabeth Ellis who wil sing "I Lift Up Mine Eyes" bj Stoug-Jiton. Announcements Fin* Christian Ckurrh The ladle: of the First Christian Church will have a all-day meeting at the church, Monday," with a covered dish luncheon at noon. d ' *" "" I vm. » ». I* JS · "· i dult }J 3} «. ra Nurtcry l»«0 « l"« o" if.' , ef rm-i «m:ih «Jr-M.rta ·Wow. Do hit Kniftil Volet of JMU ' M STOONrH. Pino, leg · m aundi; IKPOOL IJ.-lt I. n Frnchlnt. Don AllUon CM " J1T - ** Ji.uu · m |unday fchool m Sund»y hrrvici "« 7*!!oon, 'in" f ' frt*.,. 7:Jt » m tlPH i,, ·LACI OAK BAPTIST "0*A«D fUlCHAIlO I'.ilor l«*l m 8und«r School II It · in frMchmc SCTVIC. TM f n. Tr.lnin, Union J.M 0 m PrMchlni S«rvlo« Tkundtr 7;j» f m. rr.nr ·f m*«unt m HIM« S'udy m Worth:' m. Tvtn'.i i«r. i.m V ·f , PriyM FABMI1IOTOII D M KRHS. P.,ior CffT *" Duncan and Stot* · J M a m. Mornin. W*rihl s£[? m '- ···""'vii.i. o" ,a *'« p m. Btintit «nd Pr»yr - - , *, ,, I . ' M * ry ' s Cnj P'er will have «*W MMI- a bazaar meeting, Monday at 10:30 t. m., in the Pjrish House. We* Ptrk PreikrterUn Chirch Chaplain James A. Burris of the Veteran's Hospital, will be the Hillside Adventures By ntED STARK I. fr; they didn't even have ice. That I is, except in winter, and nobody I (tot interested in ice eream then. I We did use to make a gooey out ,, . . · of snow, milk, and sufrar that re- Maybe it wouldn't be a bati idea i serp.bled Ice cream ; JTui .hi £r Er « : * KS^^ "°- ^5~rlS it is cloudy all around and pouring we heard of "Lemonade, made in the shade, stirred with a spade; down the middle. Best lemonade that ever " was i' un» went so far as !o say the made" ItSslS S~=5 The Rev. C. z. Holland will deliver the message at the morning and evening worship hours at the First Baptist Church this Sunday, in the absence of the pasior who'is away on vacation. ucer much lens the Heavenlv 5arne rlrcus we ate at ^n awav " i OUf * cafe ' We didn ' 1 kno "' o( Host coming to jvaft the^n away. If it rains on Monday, it w i l l ! see for yourself." j If the sun sets behind a (a hill don't count I on '" ""' 8g8S ' · 'Boy. we like them a lot!" Then | he explained he would have to nd a cloud i pass the order on to the man in Wednesday . f the white apron and ta.'I cap. and Junior Col'«ce of ·he present "time Mr" Holland * U n ^howeTif JT" b '" 8 ^ pastor of the First Baptist Church " P LfT?"'. It . doe3n . t r a i n ««t ?s "oakmg and reincrows : promptly (olrt him .we would take ni! are snmotim.^ -t,i, .. j ____ tho^, «A^,. c...i. ·· pastor of the First Baptist Churc 3f Jonesboro. \vherc 1 or about six years. j p a , w e th« guest speaker at the West Fork' Af I , Pr ' A t L - -r I I 0 AS1EMBLT OT OOB »«·«·«. I «»MIII METHODtlT ' ' 0 1 1 OLI ' ---------- CHUhcn or °^* A " LVE * ·""·i* w.w · (n Chuji 11.00 ft m Sera*** i 2 *· * ^"muoion urvk» .!«? » " *'"· *·""' '« ' fTvJiy^Kt CATHOLIC Bunrt.y * W. S C month Wteicdfty Sftlufd.y ,, Flr.l friday Monday uiTou MftM. / w .. m -.. .. riNDLIY. p..ior . . It.n ·. m Sunday »cfltx)l 11 00 t. rn Prr.chlni on fir.t , ll:tl · m Mornlnt Wor*i. ·"' " '' I 7«t o m «v.nln| Wor.hl* if'ATFrTIVlLLe BIBUE MISSION j ·» BLOCK SOUTH coi.l.t;i f Int«rdftnnminfttionftl HOMU MOUTTIT. PMior ttt · m (undfty scnooi. 11*9 ft m Mornlnt Wor.hlp OF GOD !,, " m r 0 ""* Tcople. S«rvl!ti '·OO p m Svftnfftll.llc S»rvlc«, 10 00 « m Huna^ '^.l"": t Junior Th.lr .1.1 m «, s.lurd., ,, l l . » J JJ *£«» n fc »«' ,,*-«.-«-.».»,». P..,., "··'-! vl .y:nV'r;i'o Pi r.^ Ti ? ·OOA« JJOWWMW §| BAPTIST ""*' """' S """' ' n ' MOSTIU.tn. A.IKKOI P.ilor n ·» P m Y. p ci.5. C. A. Second Thur.d.y ,, ctl \ '^ A.1EM.LT School. p ni ir«rtn» " 10 M . rifti s«i,irnft M«» Car.In.,c,n. }r» lo I no telor. .11 MM... P m md I P m. . . «ti« m Sundftv School " 1 tv ""«»'"'' MM,.t. pr«ytr nintint .t 7.10 ,,, OF CHBliT MtCl.Ll.VO. Mm,.,,, . u"i ^-"..r Strmon. · niMMi ·--· HIOHLAWD COMMOHITT J TM -. m Sund.y ikh,x,i \i '» · m Mornin* Worth,p * "" ,,, m.. Pr.,., T .TO p m Pr, . «« · .A'ft.nvb tAPTltTT WALTM jaatn. PHM ,.~ IHI « h »» I« W*»t) 10 on ·. m Sunday ftchtiu! 11:00 · m Mornlnt Wennl.. J 30 p m Trilnlnt Union WidMidiy. I ln« M o n l h l y 7 ft m.. lowihip Supper * M U SlVilni '"y«r Mctt- Third FrW.7 r t |. |»«l · II ft, ,, ' " P f ,-vlfM M '.at f m Wftdnr, "lint «nd Diolc aiu CHRIST'S CHURCH **£. MUCIUU«UK. I'M »* ft * ocl ' ilr ** 1 ( . m u n S ·Vrmon * * ffl X'irM,':,.,'! ««I"B COMMUNITY CHUBCH ' wf^i » N '"P"lni»ndtnl m Sund.y Wor.hlp Tr.minB Union r-v.nlnc »«rvlr» 7:M " m - rr «v« ~M» H » P"l i u p f r m l f n * m Churrh CHURCH COMM( ""TT School ID M . r Mmini l Nl«ht . on« · m r..ior School SATURDAY ifSU * m s «''«»ln School 1 1 oo , m Cnurrh (hirvict I f f " · m ! TM " '" i -T P m . . o Mile. Miirlliw.ii Kiindiir S,-hool k ' nrl ""« Wonhlt tvpinni Wor.hlp » o S,o re · Foyetttville Druj, Store ·H"tS"d°p b nS (2 ··J.C. PkMney Co. · W. G. Shiptay Bokino · J .Vh(tf»«W Motor Co. y ^ I OBIEIILAIID COMMUNITY BOB CORNELIUS. Pftftlor »·*» · m Sundiy Scnooi ll:0» « m Mornlnf Wonnlt ·£?%?» jKsy* """· S-RSTft.^.fV.TM 011 "" 1 Hlthw.y 71 SJniilh ? 2 " m *"""· fcnwl M m Mornlnt S«rvic» r, -. » K ^unb. ak tl.e » CS [ f OTK Holy; Preibyterian Church at II o'clock Union i Sund «y morning inste»d of the usual 1:30 o'clock worship service. Prairie Grove Mr. ad Mrs. Vinci! Bell gave an ice cream party at their home Monday night in honor of their classmates of 1933. Guests were Mn. Qeorge Hammomree, of Phoenix. Ariz., Mrs. Harry Singer of Liberty, Mo., and Misj Myrtilla Dorman of Viney Grove. Mr. Cook and Mr. Singer were also guests. Mr. asd Mrs. Paul Shepard and children, who visited his sister Mrs. Sam Brewer have returned to their home in Ellenwood Kan The W. S. C. S. met at the Methyls; Church Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Porter Pittman presided at the business meeting Mrs J. A. Geijer led the devotional and MM. M. A. Dorman reviewed P«ter Marjhall'i book, "Meet the Master." Th* General Circle of the Presbyterian Church met Wednesdav al the home of MM. J v.'. Webb" MM. C R Feninmre, rir The Rev. otto F. Krupsfci, as- istant pastor at First Lutheran John's Lutheran Church at 10--J5 o'clock. He is a recent graduate of Concordia Theolocical Seminary in Spr.-jrfieM. III. Hu home was formerly in Detroit. Afirh. Mr. Krupski v.iil occupy the , _,,, . Lutheran pulpit Sunday in the ab- i ? u : sence nf iho rnm.i.,,. ---.,,_ i L . l n u s b a n d . · Watch for fogs r r don't calculate there'H be any) during Au- Srust. Keep count of them. "There will be the same number of rab-'l bit-tracking snows next winter. We're having a shower occasionally hereabouts, but it seems them. "Any Style." Here v.-e started out with the weather and wound up with eggs. Just goes to show you what can be done with a typewriter, Gambling, Narcotics Agents Active Again -- ·""·'* Liiii i;,i-.iL u; he mountains are gradually giving us the ghost. Even the weeds in a lot or places seem tired of the struggle. It's an ill wind that blows no- indergronnd during the Crime Committee's in- j went ; Senate ,,,, ^ vestig.itions have resumed operations in the nation's capital, says District Commissioner F. Joseph ' Donohue. sence of the regular pastor the! h . usband s "op Rev. F. A. Cum. who is on vaca- I V '" e ' and he ha lion in \Visco.-isin with his familv ! ?* an excuse '" put it of; - ' And it's been right I got her houfe n DaSi°ted V'"'" 6 * f' i n ° n0hue said ] TM ni « ht t h a t c0 ' , goi_ner_nouse painted because her ! operation of police and investigM- + V , . . ! , . . . . _ * Argentina Renames City "Eva Peron" Eva Peron, Areentina-'/P.-This '^ Argentine' provincial capital bore j a new name today in honor of Eva Peron. late wife of President Juan D. Pcron. The city, 30 ir.ile- south of Buenos Aires, formerl" was named I.i Plata. A bill rpp.iming the citv - v.as rushed t h r o u e h t h e Buenos Aires provincial legislature ve?- · ice cream making weather, foo We asR one old timer if heTiad" an ice cream freezer ar»und his house in his youth. He reported they not only didn't have a freez- parched on t h e , ing senators had "virttiallv halt- I nothmg-to offer j ed" sever?! types of vice here for "·" " "" any a while. But he said a recent in- nice crease in arrest: indicates "these criminals have started operation again;" Ke* o »llb Ckt nm«»-md ^ T«nts d«n». r- j Amanlln. · 20 · m. Sunday School ! » « » « m. Mornmt Wor.Mp · oil p m B T. u. *· · . · m litni -. ·Ozork Groctr Co. Go» Eltxtrrc Co. ·Vick.r'i, Inc. Circle met ThurcJav r home of Mn. DMph Mrs. I.fWH Mm-ton Mrs. CdJWell V.'lkon. c nifjn, prfsid^'1 at tK ! at the m v-ith f.Mtftt and r* snendi: do T ,«, Tex. Ch.irles. Mrs. n. A. Barns, s. I). N. McCormjrk are ! Ihoir \ a c t i o n in Colnr.i- ?hirley C.'nrtsinj-r has re- rr,m ,i vi«it with relatives Dr. tnd Mrs. Hnrul, ^ . and Mrj. l.ynn Y,nrn\n Mr Mr . . , »r. Urs. Donald Parku, Vtr »n/i Mr. Charles McNair. r n/t Mr f'«].' vln Bain, Mr. and Mn P»ul 7/,nM Mrs. Lewis Mr,rlr,n, Mli fm)|» Anne McCorrnlrk. Bill Rii*hirfnrd Capt. Riirlrlr H«lm. Birrr f«r)t« M. .!. .Vi«rp »nd Twn Ynil MiM Ann IfcXth.n. who h»t the ·wnm»T with her trund- ""·M.«. Mr. anrl Mrs. W J. Hutch. «r, hM rfturaM M htr homt in - · · · · · · · « . · .-·.·uraiinr tne birthdays. nf h . hushsnd. N. T, Brooks and n«r '.-, n . Dr. Willnrd Brooks. Other flT'V.T" Mrs ' W " lnr(1 Brooks ».'! rh.lrlrr-n. Treka nnd Jnhnnv »«" Mrs. Ilulh McCnrmick and l*'i»hl«r nnllv A n n e MoCormlek , Trov w.i-« rov is t r n l n i n n with »n A r m v ,rser--e ,,nlt f or two ·eofe.; , t fort K i l l , Okla. ·T. R. Curlilnaer. aviation m.i-| chlnljl mttf. from the naval h«,« »l .T«cksf,nv|lle. fla., wm rueit n f , nnrioT »l i fi«h nuprer TiiMdav I ni«ht .1 ih. home of Mr. «nd Mrs. *«y Ctirt»in»w. I FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Dr. Walter 1. Johnwm, Paitor

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