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Tipton, Indiana
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Friday, October 9, 1964
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+ Tipton Churches DIRECTORY APOSTOLIC; UNITED PENTECOSTAL CHURCH ' North and Ash Street Raymond Brown, Pastor 117 East North Street 10:00 a.m. Sunday School 7:30 p.m. Sunday Night Service 7:30 p.m. Thursday Young People's Service ASSEMBLY OF GOD 227 East North Street Richard G. Smith, Pastor 9:45 a.m.—Sunday School 7:30 p.m.—Sunday Eve. Service WEDNESDAY 7:30 p.m.—Evening Service CHURCH OF CHRIST West Jefferson Street Larry Vandeventer, Minister 8:30 a-m.—WBMP-FM-f-Sunday . 9:30 a~m.—Bible Stud? 10:30 a-m.—Morning Worship " S;00 p.m.—Evening Worship CHURCH OF GOD Fred B. Kibbard, Pastor J:30 a-m.—Sunday School 11:00 a.m.—Worship Service i 7:00 p.m.—Sunday Night Service ! 7:30 p.m.—Y. P. E. Serviee I tell you, nay: but except ye repent, ye shall all likewise perish. St. .Luke 13;3. Everyone welcome! CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE East Adams and Indeoendence Street D. E. Mathews, Pastor , 9:30'a.m.—Sunday School '10:30 a-m.—Morning Worship 6:45 p.m.—Young Peoples Hour and Bible Study 7:30 p.m.—Evening Worship WEDNESDAY - 7:30 p.m.—Mld-Week Prayer Service EMANUEL LUTHERAN CHURCH Fairview and West Jackson Street John Klaufmeier, Pastor S:30 a-m.—Morning Worship 9:30 a-m.—Sunday School «MRST BAPTIST CHURCH (Conservative .Baptist Association) 400 Oak Street at North Street David K. TirrelL Pastor Richard Messner, Minister of Music and'Youth SUNDAY SERVICES: 8:30 a-m.—Family Bible School (2S classes) *0:30 a.m.—Morning Worship HouJ :00 p.m.—Evening Service. 6:00 p.m.—Training Hour. WEDNESDAY: 7-30 p.m.—Midweek Hour of \ Prayer FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Jefferson at West Street Harold W. Davis, Pastor 9:30 a.m.—Church School 10:30 a.m.—Morning Worship 5:00 p.m.—Youth Fellowship KEMP MEMORIAL METHODIST, North Main at WalnuT W. Noble Green, Pastor ' Mrs. Jack Plake, Church Secty. Mr. J. B. Oyler, Parish Visitor 9:30 Church School 10:30 Morning Worship 6:00 Chapfci Choir Rehearsal o:00 Junior High MYF «-00 Senior High MYF 1:30 Thursday, Chancel Choir Rehearsal PILGRIM HOLINESS CHURCH Mill and Douglas Arthur N. Davis Pastor 9:30 a.m.—Sunday Schoo> 10:30 a.m.—Morning Worship 7:30 p.m.—livening Service WEDNESDAY; "*10 p.m.—Prayer Meeting SOUTHERN BAPTIST MISSION Lewis Haile, Pastor Tipton, Indiana i 10:00 a.m. Sunday School ; 11:00 a.m. Worship Service 7:00 p.m. Wednesday night service 7:00 p.m. Sunday Service ' ST. JOHN'S CATHOLIC Mill Street Jerome C. Walski, Pastor 8:00 a.m.—Mass 10:00 A.M.—Mass. ,WESLEYAN METHODIST CHURCH North and Independence -Kenneth S. Mitchner, Pastor 9:30 a.m.—Sunday Schooi 10:25—Worship Service 6:30—Youth Service 7:30 p.m.—Evangelistic Service - WEDNESDAY: 7:30 p.m.—Prayer Meeting WEST STREET CHRISTIAN CHURCH Washington and West Streets Norval Lyon, Pastor David Clark, Associate Pastor 8:30 a-m.. First Worship 9:30 a-m.. Church School 10:30 a.m.. Second Worship 6 p..m., Chi Rho Fellowship- 6:30 p.m., Christian Youth Fellowship. <¥COUNTY CHURCHES LIBERTY BAPTIST CHURCH Route 'S Wendell P. Webster, Pastor 9:30 a.m., Sunday School 10:30 a.m.. Church Service 1 7 p.m.. Evening Worship 7 p.m., Thursday, Bible study. Prayer meeting. Junior, Senior BYF SB Godly Christians can never lack comfort in their afflictions and sickness if they will but reflect who they are, and with whom they have to deal. They are God's own dear cluldren; therefore they should believe that their Qbd will not forsake them in their misery and suffering. 'Has He not promised: "I will never leave 'thee nor forsake thee"? Hebrews 13:5.' Their Creator will hot forsake them, having guided them in their ybuth, provided for them in the years th^t followed, and like a father preserved them until) now. Should God forsake His creatures, the ; works of His hands? He may hide Himself from 'them for a little while; but He will not forsake His own: Neither will he, their Redeemer, Jesus Christ, forsake them. For He has suffered tortures, anguish, and death for them.. Should He who shed His blood for them leave them without help in their sickness and distress? Has he not promised, "Many are the afflictions of the righteous, but the Lord delivereth him out of-them all?' Psalms 34:19. - . Nor will He, their Sanctifier, the precious Holy Spirit, forsake them.- He-will comfort, refresh, gladden them, and witness, tor them-that BJEV. CARL E. BENNING Emanuel Lutheran Church TEXT: "The Lord shall deliver me from every evil work, and will' preserve me unto His Heavenly kingdom; to whom bV glory fftwer and eyer.Amen/' II Timothy .4:18. they art the children of God, even though their sickness, suffering, and pain continue. When a person who is ill or in grave trouble has.this threef&d comfort in his heart, his will pa-, tiently bear his'grievous affliction, and firrnly believe thftt his help is not far off. However, he must at the samel time pray for the forgiveness of everything that he has done contrary to the Will of God iii : times past. And in such trustful confidence he:must vpatiehtly and believingly wait for God's gracious help. Therefore he shall say with David:. "Why art thou cast down,- O iny soul, and why art - thou disquieted withu>: me? Hope thou'in'God: for I shall yet praise Him, who is the Health of my countenance, and-my God." Psalm 43:5. With Thee, Lord, would I cast my lot; My-God, jny Qod, forsake m« not. For, Lord/I am commending My soul to Tb*»; deliver me j \Now and whenlrfe is ending. All honor, praise, and majesty To IFather, fan, and Spirit be. Our 1 God, forever glorious,. In whose rich flrajje we'll run our race, Till.we depart victorious. > '%\ Religion In America By LOUIS CASSEL5 United Pre»* "International The' next few weeks will' lie a crucial period for thousands of Protestant «hurcbes "from coast to coast. •'• They wfll be conducting their annual membership .canvasses to. obtain pledges of financial support for the coming year. The results of the fall Every Member 'Canvass determine whether a church will have enough income to do a good job in its own. community .and make .a decent i contribution to missions; or whether- it will stagger from one financial crisis to another, depending on bake sales and bazaars to pay the pastor's salary and keep the roof repaired. Church members react in a wide variety of' waya to the eanyass appeal.- Some refuse to sign pledge cards. They say they' do not like to be tied down to a promise to give the chijrch a specific amount each week. "Well give what we can," they assure the canvass committee member who calls at their door. Irregular Giving This usually means that they'll drop a dollar biB in the collection plate when they come to church — which is by no means a regular occurrence. At the other) extreme are .those who take seriously the JChristian teaching that none of us owns anything outright We are merely "stewards'.Y or trustees, of the time, talent and money which has been placed at our disposal, and are responsible before God for the unselfish and'constructive use of all these' resources. Members of ibis; group usually; pledge a definite percentage of their income to the rknrrh, Many set. aside 10 per cent or more for contributions to the church and to other worthy, causes, such as the community ATLANTA METHODIST CHURCH Macklyn Bradish, Pastor 9:30 a.m.—Worship Service 10: JO a-m.—Churck School 7:00 P.M.—MYF THURSDAY: 7:00 P.M. Family Night 4 th SUNDAY ATLANTA CHRISTIAN CHURCH Garland L. Horton, Pastor 9:30 a.m. Morning Worship 10:30 a-m. Church School C:30 p.m. Youth Program EAST UNION CHRISTIAN Tipton-Hamilton County Line on U. S. 31 ^ James Shockney, Pastor 9:30 B.m. Bible School 10:30 a-m. Morning Worship X 6:30 P.M. CYF 7:30 P.M.—Eventa? Services Bible study ana prayer meeting eaob Thursday at 8 p.m. Official Board—lat Monday CWF Group—2nd Tuesdays CWF General Meeting—4th Tues. EAST HOPEWELL MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH 7 miles north of Tipton on State Road 19 and V* mile west on the Sharpsville Road. Charles Fields, Pastor • 10:00 a.m. Sunday School 11:00 a.m. Worship Service 6:30 p.m. Training Union 7:30" p.m. Worship Service 7:30 p.m. first Saturday Business Meeting 1:30 p.m. second Wednesday W.M. U. GOLDSMITH METHODIST CHURCH PAUL ZIMMERMAN, Pastor 9:30 a,m.—Worship Service 10-30 a-m.—Sunday School 6:00 p.m.—MYF: 2nd & 4th Sun First Mon. each Month - . Official Board HOBBS CHRISTIAN CHURCH Hobbs, Indiana Arthur Neumarket, Jr., Pastor Noble Ploughe, Swot, of Sun. Sen. Noble Ploughe, Svpt. of Sun. Sen. 9;S0 a.m.—-Church School. : 10:30 a-m.—Morning Worship 8:00 p.m.—Board - Meeting; 1st Sandfly 6:00 p.m.—Christian Youth Fellowship, 3rd Sunday. HOBBS METHODIST CHURCH Carl Johnson, Pastor William Morgan, Jr., Swpt. Sun. Sell! • •'/•• Woman's Society 9:30 aan.—Morning Worship 10:30 a _m.—Sunday School 3rd Wednesday gre. of Month: ARCADIA CHRISTIAN CHURCH Arcadia, Indiana Lee Duane Mangold, Pastor •• -m Blh!«- School 10:00 am. Adult & Jr. Worship 6:30 p.m. Graded Youth Program ST. STEPHENS EPISCOPAL CHURCH State Road 37, South, El wood M. E. Denkinger, Pastor 7:80 a-m. Holy Communion 10:00 a.m.. Family Corporate Worship SHARPSVILLE METHODIST Estei Neace>«*j»V 9:00 Sunday SchBol 10:00. Church Services S:30 ajn.—Churoh School 10:30—Morning Worship 6:30 p.m.—Methodist Toulh '• Fellowship '•:'' -.:•••« THURSDAT: • 7:00 p.m.—Choir •Rehearsal WINDFALL CHRISTIAN Delmar Follis, paajor . 9 :»6 a -m.—Bible. School 10-30 a-w.—5*>rBhlD', 8:00 p.m.—CYF. • 7:00 p.m.—Evangelistic Servios WEDNB8DAT:' •• \[ NEVADA METHODIST CHURCH Leonard Pavey, patjor! ••••• 9 :,5 ILm.— SUnday * «W»oo| 10:45 s-m.— Jfonoilp ^Mrvice Woman's Soatety (lno> Wednesday of monthj HOPEWELL MpTFtOpt^T Paul Zlimnej-jnan* Paitfor 9:45 ajn. iBundar - School' •• 10-45 s-m.—Worship yServiee -8:00 pjn.—MTr..-lat afrSr* We4- • nesdSV Mch moc^h Official Board-^lit Bnojagr eam month. •• ( rj.,« v.H,- KEMPTON CHRIS^aVN 1 : Jerry Nash, patitor " : . WJSDKB8DAS-J 7:80 »jn.—BlblS Study if MdntWy: 1st Wed.. MlBslonary meeting .•. .; • •• :4th Mon.,:iBoard;Meeting KEMPTON METHODIST Daniel Bengstotv Pastor 8:45 a.m.—Sunday School 10:46 a.ra. "' ~ 6:10 p.m. 10:46 a.m.—Worship Service —gsthodigt T.outh ' Fsqamhlp * WESDI'IESDAT: • 7i00 pjn.—Bible Study MONTHIJCS"' '•: ' 1st Wad. • 8:09 PJB.—WSCS lat Thm-s. 7; 80 pjn.—Mefhodlst •. Men ' 8rd Sun. t:3J pjn.—Finance Committee 4th Sun. 7:30 p.s«.—Official • Board WINDFALL CHURCH OF JHE BRETHREN Thomas Oa.vls, Pasjer unday Hchool "orahlp. *pervteo enlng: Worship 9:30 iw.- 10.-i0 s-m 7»» p.m.- THUK8»A' 7:30jp.m.^_ 1st Tiles. E: • ^Fello' 2nd Mon, 7:30 p.m.—Men's, Fellowship WJNDFALL METHODIST Kenneth Fahl, Pastor 8:30 ajn.—Church School . 10:80 t ^-^VrmMo Servlcs 6:00 p.m.—MYF ; WBP&BSDAT 7:80_pjm.— Choir Praetico v 8rd T^ed. K«B1>, Month—WSCS ', •• t '•; ' ' SEVENTH-DAY AbVENTIST Carrol B. 8*rry.,Pgtl9r *:f> a .-taJ—Sahbath* School 11:00 f#.—W«r«8Mfi " . • 7:30 ».fa.—Prayer Meeting ALBRIGHT EUB CHURCH Two rn«4« wist xrf ft)anfa op county 4jne. , • HaroW Rush, Pistor ROCK PRAIRIE SEPARATE BAPTIST IN CHRIST 5 miles North of Tipton on State Road 19 and a (fluare East. Chrtis Bogue, Pastor 9:80 a.m.^—Sunday Schooi 10: JO a.m.—Worship Service . , 7:00 pjn.—Youth Meeting 7:30 p^m.—Evangelistic Service WEDNESDAY: 7:30 p.m.—Prayer Meeting TETBRSBURG CHRISTIAN CHURCH ' Teiershurg, Indiana Mile West pf juration .of 28 & 31 Richard Donovan, Pastor 9:80 a Jit.— Sunday School 10:20 a-m.— Morning Worship WINDFALL PILGRIM HOUNESS 8.: 80 a.m.—Sunday School 10 ?80 » JJL —Worship 6;00 pjn.—PYF . 8:01 p.m.—gappy-Hour • 7100 pjn.— -Evangelistic Strrioe THURSDAY: , , ^7:0fl.|).Bi.^-Jrrayer Service NOfU^ANOA CHRISTIAN CHURCH RoVfe 3, Tipton, Indiana Shipjtejt Ll Winner^, paster ' Hlkle School Supt Clarence Mor- :tison. • ' k A^ta.—Bible School a.m.—-Morning; Worship .—Evening Service ; p.m.—Youth Fellowship CURT /S VJLLE CHRI5TJAN 9:86 Sunday School ' 10:38 Morning Worship .... . - • w OM&OA CHRISTIAN CHURCH 5 miles South.of Road 28 on Jtead 21? , Lawetl % Bjiip, Paster aif^prayer eer- jpilo ^fcng-^or^ orshlp Sponsored by Tipion Ministerial Association pnd Merchants Vfftoje tfif^efs fire Ust& s BBJ0W FARMERS LOAN & TRUST COMPANY . Tipton, Ind. CITJZl^S NATIONAL BANK Tipton, Ind. MOORE BROS., INC. Chevrolet - OldtojobUe Tipton, Ind. ' " M _'"e_Vj TIRST FEDERAL SAY^G§ & LOAH ASsbci ATifcp CLYDE .pVftigp mfms State V4*& fi a ^lt-.Tipton, Ind. TIPTON COUNTY ^BUREAU; ggrOf. 1 * ? T^ptOB, and. ^ BAUMGARTNUR GkAiN CO. ; , '-.^-V A. Goldsmith, Ind. jpQTTiNg^^AUTQ SALES ages out to less;than-i ^S see year per Bjen<ber.r »reji ? fjpn allowance is made Bit 1Xfi fiet that wives and tft^ugsn^fta well as beads of Igw^pst ajre represented in this »>ef$ge"£%- ure, it is not« Yery taprwif e testimonial' to Protestant";»t*w- ardship. ; ."i i AWiougii the Catholic chnrfh does not. publish coqqaraple figures on gfrring, it is a common complaint among Ca ^ho^e bishops that Catholics are even less generous than Protestants in support of the ihurch. Perhaps the most vivid way to depict the level- of giving ta churches is to imagine fbit every cimreh member- in ^Ihe United States was snddadjr'be­ reft of all income and assets, and placed Vw'cMMfit^efie/.' , 'Now suppdse-lhat ;'«feh church member-H»b(iWjgBg en the average' weUaresaynw^' began to" give a' ; tJlbe'qt'ttis meager sum. '? , ^ 1 ' Toft Vinconw of AmWca's churches, Smder ^e'fl#«#n- stanees, wouid be'aJtout^'per cent greater ti»fl it is: J(|ow. By DAVID HYP/CJf> . . UPI Elation ^aW; Spare |th>'r«d and ^oii^Uie child or iue rod tnii^Ke control of'tte <Auld,',*|u ^ J Iis correct? £^caiftrs iifc'&tor experts- argue "on feot& «de«Vdf the question. Perhaps > there ; is no single answer." s^oarate judgement is needed- fear •••ekth situation. ". T.": ? -. 'What -i is", the s$iJU*>§ ^in a public school?; Teichers gea:: erally are- not : permitted'to tase physical force as a punishment. They are uiuiHy allowed "to causes, sucu as me community J . . ~2i 11^12?. tiEr. chest. This is caUed tithing* ff f ?" e1fto c ^ The Bible speaks of it as the minimum standard of giving. Between the titters who give 10 per cent and the tip-givers who toss a dollar into the collection plate'are" the great middle class of - church members. They sign pledge cards, because they recognize an obligation to pay dues to the church just as. they pay dues to a. lodge, country club or bowling league.' But their pledges seldom bear any realistic relationship to their incomes. Average Giver Denominational reports compiled by the National Council of Churches show that giving in major Protestant .bodies aver- - Obituaries By United Press: International ANNISTON, Ala. (UPI)—Funeral services for Col. Harry Mell Ayers, 78, editor and publisher of the Anniston Star, will be held today. Ayers, one of Alabama's most respected newspapermen,, died Wednesday, i SAN FRANCISCO (UPI) — Retired Rear Adm. Harry D. Dunn, 63, suffered a fatal heart attack Wednesday while playing golf at the Presidio of San Francisco. G LEND ALE, Calif. (UPI) — Funeral services. for actor Theodor Von Eltz, who played Father Barbour i on television's ".One Man's .Family," .tentatively have been scheduled for Thursday morning. , Von Eltz, 70, .died Tuesday. LITERARY AWARD WASHINGTON (UPI) — A ! $1,000 Four Freedoms t literary' award ; for outstanding authors' has been established by B'nai B'rith Women, an international Jewish women's service organization. •-' .••-!.-'- , '• The award, to be presented here March 9 at a' luncheon, will go to the author of a literary work.published this year whjch "makes \ the most out-' standing, enntribution to thought on human; rights issues." MEDALS 'FOR''RATHER WASHINGTON "(UPI)'"— The U.S. • mint his struck 1 five gold medals'' to' honor -Tadre Juni- pero Serra, a Catholic priest wno~founded" the'Tfirst settlement-^ California. .• \ Fdur .of. the medals will be presented to President Johnson, Pope Paul VI, the Spanish government- and -Serra -International, a Catholic men's club. The fifth will be for display at the Santa Barbara 'Mission Museum in Santa Barbara, Calif. dren,"adults, or-themselves.;,: The laws do vary- in differfcnt states -and often withinglobal communities of a stated. The variation goes from thei ."extremes- of allowing .estte&l punishment to perniit&i| 'ifp force whatsoever. The bes6 ?»|y to find out about local; to ask the school adjsiinim^r or examine. the sehooV' board policies.•••'•-s • i: The courts have.had *imajai role in this issue. They.fescue decided pn various ioce^iogs that- tiie -teacher is the-lo^l parent. This means \ 'tttat^Sie teacrer ^ias the sajne * rigjrts and responsibilities" as-parisnfe- This would imply thij reasonable physical force' ijsf alhmd but the force should not invojva unreasonable physical-nf]rm"" il Let's look, a^.tlu^ prbiiti^ 8 without relation to the 4 *T- What Is proper educational ^p- cedure? \, - Physical,force is' usually mi- necessary unless it is Jo protect another ind^viduaL PfrM^s generally resort to spankmg in order to relieve their Ofria an£- er. -This probacy satisif^stfcrir temper.: The; ojtfld is; Xfi*jy -rfs upset by the pain'as by; ; tfae un- derstandhig that their parents are upset. * •Therj are certainly mpre tf- fectivecaad apprppjiite 1 jxn4«a- nuau>..: Adults should .con «i4er the nature pf toe child's nu^te- havior'and then design.a. [pgiir ishment which has a reJajra; ta the wrong action. Thiff. proach wi$ uauitljy bring :^e^er results'; than pirelated : p »|ni8ji; ment. A child, who refuses- J ,t6 go to sleep at the.proper ,tim? plight "be punished^^"j^vUSi him miss a desired activity so he miglitrest ^1 ^-i|:,ntore:ef­ fective; than a s^aiildng or taking away His allowance:'!,'" % Children tend cdipy '• adOtts when they respect' If .a'pajrift uses. physical ib"r'ee^s'a<%W- ishment, it is no( ii^U$t >B ^nr the" child to use fof^e^wift'te friends. He «jU find/it .^e^t to understand that *^$|fris wrong:'After all^ if nla^arertw ean:hit, why ean'L'Serf.:^ .1 ^ 'Teachers are |n the s^me-; sitioh as parents. They* *•'• the advantage .of'being .ta to handle ^hUdren.""r A .tea who resorts to,physical';: prpba,bly/lacks paUete'a ^ ability .to work.wOh the 'I • •*•-••.!. i.hii f .T : •• I (Owner- d r*it«*a» f^nM . . CORONER Tl^f^^ftdjw.' iiSiS *i'«*>-.'.'l»¥*' ! H **i Election Nov: 3 ,r *»4 ^ fj. P»I, Ai.

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