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-- -MOtTMWBT AMU.NUI TUMI, , ArhMtM, feturttoy, Auflutl II, 1VSI Church News Membership In Religious Bodies Climbs To New Record High In History Of U.S. New Yoik - (Special) - Nearly . three out of every five American! ?£r Movie On Prisoner ·^i^ new missionary film dcplct- ·3i the true story of a Doolitllo ^flftder turned missionary will be ''premiered Saturday, August 30, «JM£ the campus of John Brown JJftriverslty in Siloam Springs. ·;· The film, "De Sharer," tells the '.*tpry of Sgt. Jacob DC Shazcr, _6oe of Ihe famed Doolittle raiders : bombed Tokyo In World War De Shazer and seven others e fori'id down In enemy lerri- and were taken prisoners. his three years as cap- of the Japanese, De to Chrletlanlty. For the ISlt three and a half years, he ' ha* been a missionary lo Japan. ·The film Is being shown as part of the Youth for Christ International regional conference in prog- iTGSS at the university in Siloam ·ings. Evangelist* and Bible ichcrs are speaking at the con- Gospel films, are open to the i nrc members of a church or oth- publlc. Thursday night, August 28, i cr religious body--a new high in Herb Tyler. Portland, Ore., evangelist for Youth for Christ, will the h!''.cry of the nation. New statistics for 1951, made public by the National Council of the apeak and "Tammy." a film, will | Churches of Christ in the U.S.A., be shown. Darrel Handel of the i reveal that religion, as It has dur- Back to the Bible broadcast In { I n g the past decade, continues to Lincoln, Neb., will speak Friday | outstrip the nation's growth in night and "Japan Welcomes the I population. Word" will be shown. ; «vj»o ,'jftL Religion had H8,A7.1,OOS adhcr- cnts at the end of 1951, an Increase of 1,842,919 over the previous year--a growth of two per cent compared with an estimated increase in population of 1.7 per A United Christian Youth M o v e - i cent. Between 1940 and 1950 mcnt will be held Sunday at 6:30 I church membership increased 34 United Youth Group Schedules Meeting p. m. In the Flrtt Christian Church. The meeting is non-denominational. The program will be a continuation of the topic. "What It Takes to Follow Jesus." Mary Ellen Lee will lend the discussion. Dr. Johnson To Have Radio Devotionols Dr. Walter L. Johnson will have the radio dtvotlonals on Radio Station KGrtH each morning Monday through Friday, August Nightly meetings, with 25-28, nt 8:15 o'clock. per cent; population 15 per cent. Church members constitute 68 per cent of the population, compared with 49 per cent in 1940 and 47 per cent in 1930. Tljo phenomenal growth of the churches is delineated more Kharp- Iv by numbers. The church membership Brew 22,000,000 during the 1940's and only 5,000,000 during the 1930's. "There is statistical evidence," said Dr. Benson Y. Landis, an of- i flcinl of the National Council of Churches, "that the people of th* churches In a period of war, International crisis and the atomic age--1940-1950--to a much greater extent than during either the depression years of the Jo's or the relatively prosperous years of the 20V Other statistics for the 252 re- llglotii' bodies in the continental UhltM States also reflect the revival of religious interest among Americans. The number of local churches rose from 281,511 to 284,562 and church pastors from 166,891 to 181,123, between 1950 and 1951. Many Vacant Pulpita In reporting an increase of 40.000 active clergymen since 1940, Dr. Landis observed that percentage-wise, the increase of about 30 per cent has kept pace with the increased membership enrollment. Nevertheless, he said, there are thousands of vacant p u l p i t s throughout the country. Seminaries report enrollment at the highest level In many years but insufficient to offset both the rapid growth in membership and the Backlog of vacancies. Many pastors, particularly in rural areas, serve more than one church. There are 258,877 Sunday schools of all faiths, with 30,658, gain of over 900,000 members over the previous year. Statistics also Hillside Adventures · Bj FKED STAR* In spite of these hills running a temperature upward of 100 most every day, there is a strange hint reveal that 2,998,741 officials and ^ a u t u m n ' s c a n i n g banging on teachers are required for religious. ihe rim of the heat F.nrh night the katydids an cicadas--there must be many o Arts-Sciences College To Make Curriculum Revisions education. The nations' two largest religious groups, Protestant and Roman Catholic, reflected the general gain of two per cent in 1951. Protestants constitute the largest group with 52,000,000, nearly twice that of the Roman Catholic, who number 29,000,000. Judaism is third, with 5,000,000; Eastern Orthodox fourth, with 1,858,000; Old Catholic and Polish National Catholic fifth, with 337,000 and Buddhism sixth, with 73,000. Membership Luted The 17 religious bodies with United Stales turned ^o^the 149 members. This' represents a ect From This List the Church of Your Choice... Then Attend BAPTIST WALTER L JOHNSON. Paftor t:io · m Sunday HcDool 10:JS a. m. Mornlnj Worship l:ttl p m Baptist Training Cniaai 1.» p. hi. Kvdllnl Worship CENTRAL PltESBT»RlAII C EDWARD BRUBAKUt. PasU* William t Gibson. Minister U Kit- t:«i a. m. Church lokool IO:Si . hi. Mornlni Worship Unio . . nion aarvleis with Flrnt Hreib ; larian Church at first Church. ·f:00 WMtmlruter rellow.ihtp, 8up '''*-¥ and Profrim, Student Center « V + VlMT PRUHYTEBIAH 'JAMS* W BUTLER, JR., PaMav .William E. Glbaon, Minlavtr W ttn- · stuta l:ti a. m Sunday Icnool 10:55 i. m. Mornlni Worship Union Sirvlce with Ctntral Fr«a bj'lirlsn Church In First Church ' " Solo: "Ont Swrtlly Solemn Thnulnt -- AmbroM-- by 1. Edward McClelland HINDSVILLE BAPTIST CHURCH CHARGES DAY, Pastor 10:00 a. m. Sunday School 11:00 a. m. Worihlp Service 7:00 p. m. Trainlnf Union 1:00 p m. Worship Service Wednesday. J:30 p. m.. Prayer Service W M. U. Fourth Friday CHURCH OF THfc NAZARENE i. a. CORDELL. Paitor South Loeuil Street lEHOVAm WiTRESSEB 3rd Floor Rid croie Drua Bid a Wedntiday. 7:30 p ni. Book study-. Friday, 7:30 p. m. Service meetli inf. uV sermon: ·.-.*'·'» K thl "Anchors ot the Soul" ivulmlniter -lot North Willow f C:W f m. Westminster fellowship Msnse, · n. MttLi triKoriL ". HAItlUS J LlNDLOfr. fltco* f lllfe Sunday After Trinity · ' I:M a. m Holy Cocnmuttraaj ·:30 a m family Service 11:01 Mornlni Prater ana Sermon J WHT«A1, ttkntODUT D L. DYKES. J»., PMtor . »:(* a. nv College lluMnt' Collee Hour m. Church School m. Mornlnf Wonhlp Serv- 10:45 '"' "Anthem: "Let Ua Walk In the Ltfh Vof the Lord"--O'Hara Solo: "Let Ui Break Bread To ''father"--a spiritual--by Jack Wine r.-geart . . . ,,. Mrflion:- Rev. O. L. DykH, Jr. - 5:W p. m. Wesley Foundation 4:00 p. ni. Youth Groups , . . 7:30 p. m. Evenlnt Wonhlp Service -Anthem: "Upon A Bed of Roaea"*- -Wihlol : · Solo: p_!"hard Qreer v v Sormon: D. L. !'kej, Jr, Broadcast ovsr KGRH + ,. FIRST CHRISTIAN - ROBERT MOFFETt. Peeler :4t a. m. SMndty School ·· -11:00 a. m. Sunday School Classes 10:50 a. m. Mornlnf Worship . . . S:00 p. m. D. S. F. ' 6:30 p. m. Christian Youth Fellow* etilp and Chi Rho Fellowihlp ; -fc tr. JOHN'S LUTHERAN · Arkanisi and Dickion Tel. Ml or 172 FREDERICK GUMZ Paator · 1:30 m. m. Sunday Scnool , 1:40 a. m. Adult Bible Claw 110{M a, m Nursery opene '10:45 a. m. Sunday Worship . Sermon: "Make Sure of Your Sil- VlUon." lllllh 5:2! ' · 'Anthem: '"Like as the Heart D flrcth the Water Brooka"--Novello ' KORH Pro -' r '»- *:·) a. m. Sunday School 11:00 a. m. Mornlnf Worihip «:» p ni. N. Y. P. S. Prayer Meet- lnf }:« p m. N. Y. P. S. Prpfrani 1:43 p. m Adult Prtyer Band 7:30 p. m Evantellstlc Service Wednesdiy. 7:30 p. m» Prayer Meot- "*., 1:00 p. m., Vlaltatln Baptist Ferrt Communll* Churck first Sunday 11:00 a. m. Bev. Man Second Sunday li:W a. ra. Mr. D. H. Leuderback Third Sunday ll:0t a. m R*v. Al/red Whllel." fourth Sunday: ll:«e a. m Her. V. a. m Each Sunday, Sunday C. 10:00 School WEDtitGTON METHODIST CHURCH I0:m a m. Sunday School ll:«0 a, m. and 7:no p. m Preachlnf Services on Fourth and Filth Sunday! WEST rORK BArrifT R. K Btzo. Pastor »:« a m. Sunday Scnool. II;M a. m. Mornlrif Worship ·:3t p. m. Baptist Trainlnf Union 1:X f. m. Evenlnf Worship ·ETHEL U*T»T CHUHCH BOY W. BItC, Pallor Ml Mlaslon Street t:IS a. at Sunday School 11:00 a m Mornlnf Worship 8:30 p. m. Trainlnl Union 7:90 p m. Evening Service* Midweek Pray**- Service--W«dn day p. m. t rrid«il i:S P m . TMocntle 111 litiy School "undiy. 7:30 p. ni. Watchtower Study G.Hand Halghts Bapllil MUlion of FIrit Baptist Church 1155 Jsmu. Strut GLENN STECLI. Plilor fl:30 a. m. Sundiy School l(l:« .m. Mornlni Wonhlp (i:15 p. m. Tnlnlhf Unl n 7:30 p m Evening Worship ^ CALVARY TABERNACLE 35 Enit Soulh Strctt BERYL E. BETH, Pttlor IQ'OO ii m. Mornlnf Serrtcc . r»Uv*ranet MtWalt tnd 7:43 p. m. Eviniellillc Scrvlcti 7:30 p. ill. Wdniidy. T«rr]f'r( S«rvlc*i' 7:30 f Service m ssturday. THIImon. II AM rWttk taMan .11 Worship 1:30 a. n Sunday School tO:30 a m rtornlha WE1T FORK PRESBYTERIAN DOUCLAK DREWER, Palter p-irrt AM TWr* «.Mas Sunda* 1 School i:so a. m. Evenin.* Worship 7:30 p. 1st ** (MM i 1:30 a. . . J:30 a. n Evenlnf Worship ?:N p. + WEST PORK ASSEMBLY OF GOD BHANHAM and STEELE. Paslof* ·:4S a. m. Sunday School ll:«l Mornlnf Wonhlp »:30 p, nt Christ Ambaaaador Service fi:30 p. m. Junior C. A. Service) 7:SO p. m. Evanaellsllc Service Wednesday at 7:SO p. m.--Prayer Mectlnt and Bible »iud» + BRENTWOOD COMMUKITT CHUHCH OtHA TACKEtT, Pastor 10:00 a. m. Sunday School 71:00 a. m. Sermon 7:M p. m. Evenlnf Sanin 8:00 p. m. Friday nifht. Bible etud and prayer meetlnf ·+· fOH'S CHATEL i MILES EAST ON HIGHWAY « *:30 a m Sundiy School Superintendent--Turner Browa Auxiliary every (ourtn Monday 1:M membership of one million or more listed in the order of their numerical strength follows: Roman Catholic, 29,241,580; The Methodist C h u r c h , 9,065,727; Southern Baptist Convention, 7,373,498; Jewish Congregations, 5,000,000; National Baptist Convention, U.S.A., Inc., 4,467,779; National Baptist Convention of - - - . A m e r i c a J,«45,789; Protestant p oek6ts inside out and tying knots Episcopal Church, 2,417,464; Pres-I i n " strin B- Somehow we don' byierlan Church U.S.A., 2,364,112;) bolhe , r mllch ab[JU ' the critter ex- United Lutheran Church in America, 1,925,500; International Convention of the Disciples of Christ 1,792,885; Lutheran Church-Mis- each--seem to get louder in thei nightly rasping, as if they realize time for making merry is runnin out on them. Soon after the sun's going dow a screech owl sends down hi quivering call from the hill abov the house. That eerie cry neve fails to bring goose pimples F. we think of all the weird tales o ghosts and such that we hear back yonder when we were mem bers of boytown. You know about the supersti tions: The cry is supposed to b one of evil and bad luck. Bette not let him get a chance to sit 01 your rooftop and start crying The sooner you can get him stopped the belter it is for every, body. So you start trying to pu a quietus on the bringer of ii: happenings by turning y o u r SECOND BAPTIST N V, DRAJtE. Paawv 1:49 a m Sunday bekw). 10:48 a m Mrrnlnf Wbriklp 7:00 p. m. Baptist Trainlnf Union 8:00 p. m. Evenlnf Worihip Wednesday. 7:30 p. m. Prayer Meet- C«ft{HCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DAY SAINTS JAMER rLETCHlR. Elder ,. Student Onion Blue Roni 11:30 a m. Sunday School WYMAN COMMUNITY CHURCH 10:00 a. m. Sunday School 11:00 a m Mornlnt wonhlp sermons: Second and Fourth Sun- dayJ-Rev. John Asbell Third Sunday-- Rev. Vlrfll Irwln CARL riEDLEIt. PaUor i? : !J ' '" l un| ay School. ",'.~ '· "»· S OM 5!' Servlcea. las p. m. Worship Servlcea. ·f- SYCAMORE BAPTIST CHURCH Hheeler. Ark. BDWARD SMITH, Paalor |9:«0 a m. Sunday Scriodl 10:42 a. m. Mornlnf Worship 7JOJ p. th. Baptlit Trtlnliif Union . . 7:30. p. m. Evenlnf Won CENTRAL BAPTIST ACK DEAN. Pallor »:IS ·. m Kunday Ecftool. 10:90 a m Mornlnf Worihlp. 7:00 p m. fiaptiat Tralntnf Couree. 1:00 p m. Evenihf Wonhip *:00 p. m. Wedneada/i Prayer eer- ^ _ IT CHURCH Of CHR1BT. iClEHTlIT ·f tt.-M a. m. Sunday Scnool : " 11:00 a. m. Sunday Service I IS p m. KGRH Sunday Badlo Proaram '· Wednesday. 7;4S p. m.. meetlna Keadlnc Room in church open each ·ay except Sunday and hofldaya. jtiRCEMLAND CHUhCH OF CHRIST DR1S SALYER. Mlnliui 1 lt:00 a. m Cnuich KhooL lt:00 a. m senuoft 11 44 a. m Communion service. 7:30 p m. Sonf Service end Bible Sttdy -r- tT. JOSEPH'S CATHOLIC tyStttR EDWARD K MALOV. Pallor '..Sunday Maisei 7:30 and B:30 a. m. ^ Tliurtday. 7:30 p. in Novena Manet. Devotions · W e e k d a y Man. Monday Uuoufh 7 . latufday Man. 7:Ml a. · · rinl Friday Maae, 7:U1 a. ea. . ririt Saturday Man. 7.00 a. ax Confessions: 7:00 to I'OO p m end before all u»tei UU. QOIPEL TABERHACI.I M. STOONIR. Pastor 10:00 a. m Sunday Scnool. a. m. Preachinf. 7:1* p. m. Evangelistic service. Wednesday. 7:M p m. Midweek ·rayer service. Friday. 7:M p. m. PYPA Servl-c.. CHUHCH Or CHH1BT TRED McCLUNG. Minister ; West Center and North Locust ·:4 a m Bible study. 7:30 p m Clauts a 00 p m. Kvrnins Service »:30 k ni.. Wednesday. Ladles Bible : 7:31) p m Wednesday, P r a y e r t Ueetlnf and Bible study lor all aces ; CHRIST'S CHURCH FRED HUCKELBURV Pastor 40! West Rock Street 1:45 a m. Sunday School lU:uy a. m Ulble tichool 11:1X1 a m Worship Service : Communion Sermon : t:4S p. m. Children's Meetlnf Younf People's Christian endeavor T:4S p. m. Preachlnf Service and Communion WMnesday, I p. m., Prayer Meetlnf Friday, 7:41 p. m , Revival HUM 7UMMIILAND fRMBYTERIAK ·IU. BARNES, Pastor ·07 Douglas stratt S:4S a. m Sunday School, *.·«· p an. Evenlnf Wonklgk BLACK OAK BAPTIST HOWARD I'RICMARD, 1'allor 10:00 a m Sunday School 11.00 a. m Preaching Service 7:00 p m. Trainlnf Union 8:00 p m Prcachtnf Service Thuridajr 7:30 p m. Prayer meetlnf. COIHEN METHOD1BT OLh. R. riNDLEY. Pastor 10:90 a. in Sunday Sknuol. 11:00 a m alornlnt Worship 7:00 p. m Evenlnf Worship r AYETTEV1LLE BlBi.E M1SI10R WO BLOCK SOUTH CULLIUS, Interdenominational HOMER MOUTTET. Pastor i:4S a m Sunday Scnool. 11:00 a. m Murnlnf Worship 6:13 o. m. Votina Peoples Services 7:00 p m Ivangellstlc Service* Junior Choir will meet Saturday at - p. m Wednesday. 7:30 p m.. Prayer Meet, nf SUGAR MOUNTAIN BAPTIST EE; I MQRUAN. Paslol ARLIf! MOSTELI.ER. Assistant Pastor 10:00 a. m Sunday School 7:30 p m Evanfellstlc Message Wednesday prayer meetlnf at 7:30 HIGHLAND COMMUNITY 10:34 i m Sunday ttchuol. 11:13 a. m Mornlnf Wonhip. Wedneiday nlfht, 7:30 p. m.. Prayer ·ervlcei ·f. LINCOLN BAPTIST CHURCH JKSSK C COLEMAN Pnnor lo.oo a m Sunday School tl.oo N m Morninf Wonhlp ft 3d p in Training Union 7.30 p m Cvenlnf Worihlp CLKINS COMMUNITY. CHURCH WADE UARnON. lunrrlnlrndcnt Wflde Barren, superintendent 10.00 a. m. Sunday School 11:00 a. m. Church WALNUT GROVE COMMUNITY CHURCH Sunday School 10:30 a m. + HINDSVILLE PRESBYTERIAN CHUHCH TOM WILSON. Paitor 10:00 a m Sunday School 11:00 a m Worihlp Seivlce. Firs I nd Third Sundays ARNOLD SIMPSON. Pastor South Ciiurch and Third Simla 1:45 a. m. church School i'a *' m Mo'nlnj- Worship 4:oO p m. Youth FellOwahlp 7:N p. m Even'.nf Worship WMT FORK CHRISTUM JOHN ASBELU Hinlalar 1:45 « m. Church School Co'iSL'lon 1 * "° ri " 1 " W »"»» '" Preachinf every lint and tblr JOHNSON CHURCH OF CHRIST BILL E. SMITH. Minister 10:00 a m. Bible Study 10:50 a m. Worship Service 7:00 p. ni. Eve'ntnf Classes »:00 p. m. WorsMp Wednesday, 8.00 p. m., Prayer Meet nf FARMINOTOR BAPTIBT D M. KJIE1S. Pastor 10:00 a. m. Sunilu School 11:00 a m Morninf Worship 6:30 p. m. Baptist Tralntrif Union 7:30 p m. Evanfelisllc Servici Wednesday 7:30 p. m. Prayer Meet. inf. + FARMINOTON METHODIST A. *.. R1GGS. Pastor ) ". m. Preachlnf on first, second and lourth Sundays 7:30 p. m Preachlnf on second Sunday W. S. C. S. Second Thursday each month ·4- NORTH SIDE ASSEMBLY OF COD SAMUEL t BRUCE. Pastor 10:00 a. m Sunday School 11:00 a nt Sermon 7:90 p. m. Evanfellstic Servlc*. Tuesday. Vounf People's C A S 'Ices. 7:30 p. n. Friday Prayer Service. 1 ( 1 p as, PARKSDALE BAPTIST BENNER DAVIS. Puslor ARLEN MOSTEL.LAR. Assistant Paitor 10:00 a. m Sunday School 7:30 p nt (vanfellstlc Maoaaie Wednesday. 7:30 p m. praye: Meet- inf. Friday. 7:M f ra, Yoi;nf Peoples meetinf. 4. JOHNSON BAPTIST CHURCH E M LOCUE I'nilor 1000 a m Sunday School 11:00 · m Worship Sei-vleoe 7:00 p. m Tralnlna Union ft 00 p m. Evenlnf Service Wednesday. 7:30 p m.. Prayer Meet- tnf SEVENTH DAT ADfENTIST 37 SOUTH STREET SATURDAY: 10:00 . m Sabbath School 11:00 a m Church Service. Tuesday. 7.M p m Prayar mMtlnf SALEM MISSIONARY BAPTIST W R silARi 1 , Pastor Hli Mf · 10:0(1 11:K Wednesday. Meetlnt lie* northwest m Sunday School m. Mornlnt Worship p m Evcnlnt Worthia 7:)| p n., hlp »»- CENTRAL ASSEMBLY OF GOD 111 Soulh Collefe H. L. »A»tta», Kswr * : H *· " Sundar Sch»l. " : TM * m Mornliif Worihip 4:» p m, Youhf Peoples ineetlnf. 7:M p m Evanteiutic Servlco. P "^ """""laj. Prayer meet. CALVARY BAFtlBT CHUUCH Corner ot Maple and West Streets ELDER .A. D. SYUCKEY. Pastor MS a. m. Sunday School 11:00 a. m. Mornlnt Worship 7:00 p. m. B. T. U. wil5 n . p .H. m ' . £v "l"« Worship Monday, a n. nf of W. M. A. m., Weekly Meel- CHURCH . CoriieVBuncan'aiid Stone. «:4S a. m. Sunday School 10:SO a. m. Mornlnf Worship ' Sermon: "Th« Atonement" . 5 : i,,P- m - Oaptlst Training Union ind Prayer Service ":00 p. m. Evenlnf Worship grmon: Ood'a SpeclacuJsr Power" Wednesday. 7:30 p. m.. Bible Study FIRST ASSEMBLY OF OOD ". R. ALBR1TTON, Pastor 1:45 a. m. Sunday ScliuoL 11:00 a. m. Preachinf · :00 p. m Y. P. Claaa. 7:30 p. m. Eviinfellstic. Service* i. frlday. Bibje study. sourl Syhod, 1,674,901; African Methodist Episcopal Churfh, 1,166,301; American Baptist Con- ventidn, 1,551,S84; Congregational Christian C h u r c h e s , 1,241,477; Church of Jesus Christ of Latter- Day Saints,.1,111,314; Churches of Christ, 1,000,000; Greek Orthodox Church (Hellenic), 1,000,000. Miami, Okla. Pastor To Begin Healing Campaign A salvation and healing campaign conducted by the Rev. W. C. "Bill" Shackelford, pastor of the Full Gospel Tabernacle of Miami, Okla., will begin Monday in Ihe American Legion Hall on Soulh College here. Special music will be provided by Ihe Rev. Hoke Hunlcr, evan- gelisl of Houslon, Texas, and party. Mr. Shackelford, founder of the Message of Hope radio prograrr heard daily on KGLC, Miami, i the grandson of the late Rev. Abner T. Shackelford, who was Methodist circuit rider preacher i, this area for more than 50 years and lived many years in the Hazol Valley community. Presbyterians To Have Union Worship Service The First Presbyterian Church arid the Central Presbyterian Church will hold union worship services tomorrow morning at 10:55 o'clock i n ^ t h e sanctuary ol the First Church. The Rev. James W. Butler, pastor of the host church, will deliver the sermon. Lindloff To Attend General Conference The Rev. Marius I.iridloff, rector of. St. Paul's Episcopal Ciiurch. has returned from a vacation and will fill the pulpit of his church for the next two Sundays. Mr. Lindloff will attend the General Convention of the Episcopal Church Seplember 7-IS in Boslon, Mass. Accompanying him will be Gregg Allen, University student and province president of Canterbury Clubs, who will attend a meeting of the Natloal Association of Canterbury Clubs at Tult University, Medford, as a national representative. t.'SO p m. 7:30 p. m. Tuesday. C. A. service OAKLAND BAFTMT 10:00 a. m Sunday School. 11:00 a. m. Mornlnt Worship 7:30 p m. BYPTC 11:30 p m. Cvenlnf Worship ^Wednesdar, 7:JO p. m Prayer meet- HOVIDEIfCE BAPTIST WALTIR JESStX. Pastor IHIfhwtT 11 Wait) 10:00 a. m Sunday School. 11:00 a. m Mornlnc Worship. 7:30 p. m Trxlnlnf Union 1:15 p. m. ZvanfeTllllc Service Wednesday. I p. m.. Prayer Meet- Monthly 7 p. m.. Third frldar Pel wsMp Supper, Brotherhood and '. M. U. MeetlnfS + nEERLANO COMMUNITY .OB CORNELIUS. Pastor f:4i a ni Sunaaj School 11:00 a m Mornlnt Worship Wednesday 7:4!. midtteek Hole tidy and Prayer Service POSTOLIC TAITH CHUHCH IOLA MOORE, Pos'or ith*ay 71 Soulh 10:00 a m Sunday School 11:01 a. m Morninf service 7:N p m. Ivanieiliilc Serviee WednMday. ;:M p. m.. Mid we irvlee T. JAMM IAPTIST IV. Q, t. WRIGHT I:M a. m. Sunday School 10:M a. m. Mornlnf Womnlp «:00 p. m. B. T. U i:H p m (raniailstlc Servlc* r. MMM MtTHODItr L BUCHANAN. PMtot }:«» a m fuMa.* School. '**· m ^iS/ l : H p m Nlfhl MrvMa.' V As A Community Development the Following Business Firms Dedicate This Schedule · Arkansas Western Cos Co. ·Boston Store «Cy Carney Appliance Co. ·Campbell-Bell · Foyetteville Drug Store ·HaMield Pontioc Co. ·Hunt's ·Ozafk Cleaners ·Ozark Grocer Co. *.:; C ' Penn «V Co ',, · W ' G ' Shipley Baking Co., Inc. ·Southwestern Gat Electric Co. · Vicker'i, Inc. · Whitfield Motor Co. Baptist Men Plan Watermelon Feast . Men of the First Baptist Church Brotherhood will meet on th church lawn for a watermelon feast Thursday evening at 7 o'clock This will be the men's regular monthly meeting. George Berryman, program vice president, announced that the program will consist nf the showing of the film, "Dedicated Men.' Solomon Islanders Translate Bible Sydney, Australia-(/P)-The British and Foreign Bible Society will soon publish a translation of the complete Bible by a group of comparatively uneducated Solomon Island natives. The translation, into Ulesaghi, a language spoken by thousands of natives who live on islands surrounding the Marovn Lagoon in the Western Solomons, has been made by three Seventh Day Advenlist native teachers and an Australian Advenlist missionary. Announcements · St«. Mary's Chapter Stc. Mary's Chapter of St. Paul's Episcopal Church will have n ba- isnr meeting Monday at 10:30 «. m. in the Parish House. To Discuss "Hop», nail; Life" Th6 Htv. Hubert 0. Brueggeman, pastor of Mt. Olive Ltithcrn Church, Milwaukee, will discuss "Our Heavenly Hope and Our Dally Life" on the Lutheran Hour tomorrow. Tomorrow's Mtitiml network broadcast will originate from (he campus studloj nf ccn- lury-olrt Concordla D i v i n i t y School In St. IjOiils. Music will be ff.rnl'ih»d by Ihe chorus of Cnn- cnrrlln Lutheran Chtifch, Kirkwood, Mo. cept to wonder how he can mak'_ it appear he is slowly freezing to death while we are stewing in our sweat. In many of the cornfields the stalks have managed to survive the summer's heat and drouth, bul the ears are nothing for the real estate agents lo brag about. So, many of the farmers arc cutting and ricking Ihe stalks in shocks. When we see a field ot these teepee-like affairs, the poem, "When the frost is fln. the pumpkin and the fodder's in the shock," goes racing through our miitd, and we have a hunch that however hot the weather may be, we can stand it yet a Jitlle longer. Along the fence rows the goldenrod is beginning to burst into bloom, and the sumac leaves are changing from green to red. The birds are no longer flashes of beauty ns they gather in groups to discuss the long trip southward, which will be cnmlhg up before the snow flies. Maybe they are going through a moult. The" burden of rearing a family is over. They no longer sing and flit hurriedly from place to place. It seems they are a little sad at having the youngsters Rons from the' home nest and a little bored at having nothing to do but stuff themselves on the ail-too plentiful grasshoppers. Up at the county scat the (football prospects are busy bumping noggins and foot-thumping the old pigskin--which isn't a pigskin at all--around. Most of the color is gone from the yards and meadows. Recent showers have started a carpet of grce.n struggling to .isscrt itself comes early morning, but the noonday heat makes the effort seem fruith- Zinnias and asters bloom along the garden walls whore the flower lover has supplied the necessary moisture. As one goes forth and beholds all these signs he realizes that summer -- r u n n i n g a scorching temperature--is slowly dying, and nobody will weep at her going. Early this week we had the pleasure of entertaining guests from Western Oklahoma. Regardless of what direction we headed the conversation, it eventually got back to rain and money. If they can get rain out where the West begins, they make the money. So tlw two are fairly well tied to;ether. They are going in strong Tor rain-making out in the wind blown dust bowl, because they ire beginning to realize if they ?ct any it will have to be made. The hitch seems to be that before he rainmaker can make rain he must have clouds, and they are powerful short on clouds. It 'pears at present the maker of rains is going to have to call in a maker of clouds. That's just another example of what causes an upward swing in the cost of living. One of the most important cur-* ricuiar revisions in the history ol the University College o/ Arts and Sciences go into effecl next month. The college will inaugurate a program of studies designed lo give a broad two-year general education to students before they begin to specialize particular fields. Dr. G. D. Nichols, dean, emphasized today that the new program will supplement rather than supplant specialized training. The general education curriculum will be in line with programs which have been or are no'.v being adopted by such liberal arts colleges as Yale, Harvard, Columbia, and many state universities. Integrated courses, breaking across departmental lines, will be offered in four areas: Languages and literature, the natural sciences, Ihe social sciences, and the fine and applied arts. Each broad field f/ill be sludied in its relationship lo other broad areas of knowledge. The faculty of the collect! haj ecn making a study of the general education movement and has een working out the University's own program for the past five -'ears. Pilot courses have b e e n Sught in all of Ihe integrated areas. The aim of the program is to give the student a perspective on mankin'dls intellectual, s o c i a l , cientific, political, and aesthetic "evelopment. H seeks to teach him o think critically, and to develop sense ofvtlues. Program Scheduled By Vacation Church School The vacation church school of ic Baldwin Christian Church, hich closed Friday afternoon, ill hold graduation exercises and review of work tombrrow at 8 .m. in the church. Mrs. Pink Van 'oose, director, will present diplo- tas, and each class will review s study of "Christ's Life and Hirs." The school had an enrollment! f 64 pupils. One of the highlights was a isit lo Fayetteville Wednesday, he Rev. J. Robert Moffett con- ucted a tour of the First Chrls- an Church building and held a evotional service in the sanclu- ry, after which the children larched downtown for ice cream. Teachers were Bob Hughey, seniors; Mrs. Cleon Gentry, juniors; Mrs. Wendell Hall, primary; Mrs. G. R. Hole, beginners; and Fred Levi, music director. Also assisting were Mrs. Marvin Sexson,. Mrs. R. A. Stanberry, Mrs. Leslie Elliott, Mrs. Paul Bond ar.d Mrs. A, Tressner. Mrs. Hughey had charge of refreshments. Presbyterian Young Adults To Convene The third annual young adult conference of the Synod of Ark- insas, Presbyterian Church U. S., will be held at Ferncliff, near ferndale, Ark., Saturday, August 30 through Monday. September 1. Guest speaker will be the Rev. William H. McCorkle, D. D., sec- ' retary of the division of evangel- Em of the Board of Church Ex- enslon and former pastor of Westminster Presbyterian Church in St. ' Louis, Mo. On Staff Of Christian Service Camp In Texas The Rev. Grace Reese Adkins , served this week on the faculty of a Christian service camp at Daingerfleld State Park, Dairger- field, Texas. ' " . The camp was established this year through cooperation of ministers in the Texarkana and Dallas Christian College. Is ' if NOTHING to you ALL YE that PASS BY Lamentations 1, 12 The Lutheran Church Arkansas and Dickjon . . home, by thf seashore, or upon ·LJ^--^-'-, .'.'-' lofty mountain peaks, Christ will b* ' your guide. Tad* Him on your vacation. Attend church wherever you in. THOSE VISITING IN OUR CITY ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO WORSHIP HERE FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Dr. Walter L. Johnson, Paitor Sermon by the Pastor Morning Worship Hour 11:55 (Broadtail or.r Station KGRHI Sunday School 1:30 Sermon by the Pastor Erening Worship Hour 7:30 Training Union 1:15 The Nursery is open at all services WELCOME R*v. W, C, (Bill) Shickelfofd Pastor-Evangelist Heard Daily on KGLC-910 k.c. Miami, Okla. urrrtr ami Party, Hot/tton, TMM, Dlrtctcn of MJust* COMING lo American Legion Hall, Monday, August 25th SOUTH COLLEGI, FAYITTIVILLE, ARK. Salvation and Healing Campaign Service 7:45 P.M. Monday to Friday

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