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Tipton, Indiana
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Friday, October 16, 1964
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PAGE 6 THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE Friday, October 16,1%4 + COUNTY + Tipton Churches DIRECTORY APOSTOLIC UNITED PENTECOSTAL CHURCH North and Ash Street Raymond Brown, Pastor . 117 East North Street 10:00 ti.m. Sunday School 7:30 p.m. Sunday Night Service' 7:30 p.m. Thursday Tounf Peoples Service . . ASSEMBLY OF GOD 227 East North Street Richard G. Smith, Pastor "M5 a.m.—Sunday School 7:00 p.m.—Sunday live. Service VVKDNKSPAY 7:00 p.m.—Evening: Service CHURCH OF CHRIST West Jefferson Street Larry . Vandeventer,. Minister S:30 a.m.—WBMP-FM—Sunday 9:30 a.m.—Bible Srudy 10:30 a_ni.—Morning Worship S : 00 p.m.—Evenlne Worship CHURCH OF GOD Fred B. Kibbard, Pastor »:30 a.m.—Sunday School 11:00 a.m.—Worship Service .7:00 p.m.—Sunday Night Service 7:30 p.m.—T. P. E. Service 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 Independence Street , D. E. Mathews, Pastor 9:30 a-m.—Sunday School 10:30 a-m.—Morning Worship 6:45 p.m.—Younc Peoples Hour and Bible Study 7:30 p.m.—Evening Worship WED.NESDAt 7:30 p.m.—Mid-Week Prayer Service EMANUEL LUTHERAN CHURCH -Fairview and West Jackson Street John Klaufmeier, Pastor 1 :30 a-m.—Morning Worship ' 9:30 a-m.—Sunday School c|RSJ BAPTIST CHURCH (Conservative Baptist Association) 400 Oak Street at North Street David K. TirrelL Pastor Richard Messner, Minister of Music and Youth SUNDAY SERVICES: . t:30 a-m.—Family Bible School (28 classes) •0:30 a.m.—Morning Worship Houl tOO p.m.—Evening Service. 6:00 p.m.—Trailing Hour. WEDNESDAY: ' J;30 p.m.—Midweek Hour of 1 Prayer FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Jefferson at West Street . Harold W. Davis, Pastor 9:30 a.m.—Church School 10:30 a.m.—Morning Worship . J:00 p.m.—Youth. Fell«uv»hin KEMP MEMORIAL 'METHODIST North Main, aKWalni* ' W. Nobis.Green, Paster Mrs. Jack'Plakt, Church Secty. Mr. J. B.Oylejv Parish Visitor 9:30 Church-School »0:30 Morning Worship S:»0 Chapb! (Jhoir' Rehearsal i;00 Junior MYF • •00 Senior High MYF 1:30 Thursday, Chancel Choir IWuearsal;.. , . . PILGRIM HOLINESS CHURCH Mill and Douglas Arthur N. Davis Pastor 1 :30 a.m.-—Sunday - Sehoo' 10:30 a_m.—Morning .Worship 7:30 p.m.—rJvening Service •WEDNESDAY; . • - , . •. • * *o p.m.—Prayer Meeting SOUTHERN BAPTIST MISSION Lewis Haile, Pastor i Tipton. Indiana 10:00 a.m. Sunday School 11 :00 a.m. Worship Servien 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.—Masa" 10:00 A.M.—Mass WESLPYAN METHODIST -CHURCH North and Independence Kenneth S. Mitchner, Pastor 9:30 a.m.—Sunday School 10:25—Worship. Service ' 6:30 p.m.—Youth Service 7:30 p.m.—Evangelistic Service WEDNESDAY: 7:30 p.m.—Prayer Me»tln* WEST STREET CHRISTIAN CHURCH Washington and West Streets Norval Lyon, Pastor , David Clark, Associate Pastor S:30 a.m., First Worship 9:30 a-m., Church School 10:30 a.m., Second Worship 5 p..m., Chi rtho Fellowship S:30 p.m.. Christian Youth Fellowship. COUNTY CHURCHES LIBERTY BAPTIST CHURCH ' Route 'J . Wendell P. Webster, Pastor 9:30 a.m.. Sunday School 19:30 ajn.. Church Service • 7 p.m., Evening 'Worship 7 p.m., Thursday, Bible study, Prayer meeting. Junior, Senior BYF The Apostle John was not writing about a new message, neither had he been teaching or preaching a new message. His own words tell us, "This is the message that ye heard from the beginning, that we should love one another." ' • '.. Let us take notice of this; what was there under the law pertaining to this subject? The Gospel of St. Luke, chapter 10 tells us about a lawyer that .was questioning Jesus about eternal life. Jesus simply, asked the lawyer, "what is written in the law?" The lawyer answered, "Thou shalt love the Lord thy God with all thy heart/and with all thy soul and with all thy strength and with all thy mind and thy neighbor as thyself." Here we see that under the law it was a must to love one another. , This then would seem to bring forth another question. Some would ask, "Didn't Jesus fulfill the law?" He did just that. In the Gospel according to St Matthew, in talking about the law, Jesus said, "I am not come to destroy but to fulfill." Paul, writing on this subject to the Galatians, tells us, 'Tor all the law is fulfilled in one word, even in this: 'Thou shalt love thy, neighbor as thyself.' " Then again in Hebrews, we see these words, as said .by the Lord. "I will put my law into their hearts and in their minds will I write them." With all of this, it would appear that we can only draw one conclusion, it is a message of love. This message of love becomes very important to each one of us because "THIS; IS THE MESSAGE" ARTHUR N. DAVIS. Pastor . Pilgrim Holiness Church TEXT: 1 JOHN 3:11 i •. . • . . . it appears to he the basic ingredient to becoming and being a Christian. Perhaps the question may be, "Can I. be a Christian if I hate my brother?" According to God's word,."If a man say, I love God, arid hateth his brother, he is a liar: for he that loveth not his brother whom he hath seen, how can he love God whom he hath not seen?" V We must love one another if we are to be a' disciple of Jesus Christ. For He said, while talking about this message of love, "All men know that ye are my disciples, if ye have love one to another." 'J i . Love is-something that must abide;within each one of us if we are going to experience joy in this world. Jesus.; tells us, "If ye keep my commandments .ye shall abide in my love." However, He goes farther and says/"These things have I spoken unte you, that my joy might remain in you and that your joy might be full. This is my, commandment that ye' love one another." We cannot know God and forget love, "For love is of God: and everyone that loveth is born of God, andknoweth God." • .Ji Often in this life I'm reminded of those famous words of Thomas Paine, "These are the times that try men's souls." Truly, this.well, applies in our own day with.the turmoil, strife, envy, greed.and hate in this world) even in our own country. ... - • • • - v • • • • What is wrong? What cah'we do? We must return, and find this* love for one another that we have lost. ">For God is love," "This Is The Message." . .'.'•'.-', ATLANTA METHODIST CHURCH Macklyn : Bradish, Pastor 9:34 a-jri.—Worship Service 10:30 aJn.—Church School - 7:00 ''P.M.—MYF,••• THURSDAY: 7:00-P.M. Family Night 4th SUNDAY .; ATLANTA CHRISTIAN CHURCH Garland' L.' Horton, Pastor 9:10 a.m. Morning Worship 10:30 a.m. f'hur<"H School 6:30 p.m. Youth Program EAST UNION CHRISTIAN Tipton-Hamilton County Lin* on U. S.31 . James Shockney, Pastor 9:30 a.m. Bible School 10:30 a_m. -Morning Worship 6:30 P.M. CYF ' ,7:20' P.M.—Evening Services Bible study and prayer meeting escb Thursday at 8 p.m. Official Board—1st Monday CWF Group—2nd Tuesdays CWF General Meeting.—tth Tues. • EAST HOPEWELL MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH 7. miles north of Tipton on State Road 19 and V* mil* 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, Paster 9:30 a.m.—Wsrshlp 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 Neumarkel, Jr.,. Pastor r Noble Ploughs, Supt. of Sun. Seh. Noble Ploughe, Supt. of Sun. Sen. 9:3* a.m.—Church Schoo! 10:30 a.m.—Morning Womhlp 8:00 p.m.—Board Meeting; 1st Sunday 6:00 p.m.—Chrlxtlan Youth Fellowship, 3rd Sunday. HOBBS METHODIST XHURCH , Carl Johnson, Pjwfor„. William Morgan^ Jr., Supt. Sun. Seh. ; • .Woman's Society 9:30 a.m.—Morning Worship 10:30 a.m.—Sunday' School • i— 3rd Wednesday EVe. of Month: ARCADIA CHRISTIAN CHURCH Arcadia, Indiana--. Lee Duane Mangold, Pastor * -viini.i - .;• • 10:00 a.m. Adalt ftr-Jr. Worship 6:30 p.m. Graded .Youth program ST. STEPHENS EPISCOPAL CHURCH • '•State Road ,37, South, Elwood M. E. Denkinsar, Pastor t: 7:30 a.m. Holy Communion 10:00 a.m. Family Corporate Worship SHARPSVILLE METHODIST Estel Neace, Paster 9:00 Sunday School 10:00. Church Services ! : 9:30 a-m.—Church School 10:30 a.m.—Mornlnr Worship 6:30 p.m.—Methodist'Youth Fellowship '.. THURSDAY: 7:00 p.m.—Choir Rehearsal WINDFALL CHRISTIAN Delmar Folds, Pastor 9:30 a-m.—Bible School 10-30 a.m.—Worship *'-00 p.m.—CYF 7:00 p.m.—Evangelistic Service WEDNESDAY: NEVADA METHODIST CHURCH Leonard Pavey, Pastor 9:-.B\ium.—Sunday School 10:45 a.m.—Worship Service Woman's Society. (lhd Wednesday of month) HOPEWELL METHODIST Paul Zimmerman,< Paster SMS a.m. Sunday School. 10-46 a,m.—Worship Service 6:00 p.m.—MYF - 1st * SrdiWe*- I nesday each month Official Board—1st Sanday sac* month. ; KEMPTON CHRISTIAN Jerry Nash, Pastor ' 9:30 a.m.—Worship Servlc* 10:30 a-m.—Sunday School 6:30 p.m.—Youth Meeting 7:30 pin.—Church 8»rvlc» WEDNESDAY:- • 7: SO p.m.—Bible StuSy • Monthly: 1st Wed., Missionary meeting 4th Mon., .Board Meeting v:>. i 1 •- . •A- KEiip f Tb .H .M ^ETHOpis v t ';. Daniel- BiH ^ton,' PasUr.. 'V'iS'iS^Sjmaay; Schoo'l' - l»:»s,^Worthlp., Service . 6:10si:bi.—Methodist Youth •\yr" (.fellowship - wBts>[Bsi)*r:- '7^^m. ! 2 r flkle. Study „ tHLT ^lstrWed. lstlTftUrt. 'T $1 OO^ i .!.|l_5 ).';p.ta. r: M •WSCS . .UethodUt irfl Snn. \7?>9;ptm.—finance T 4 Committee^' ,4th-Sua- HSft.p,»i^-Offlclal . ••-Z Board v •• )' ••: . •• i : ' > -.. s WINDFALL CHURCH OF THE . BRETHREN ; V; Thomas bavlsi Paster i • f : • • 9:S0 a..*).—Sunday Hehdol 10:30 a.m.—Wdrsh!p Service 7 :J0 .p.m.—Evening Worship THURSDAY. i 4 7:30 p.m.—Bible Studr . • 1st Tues. Each Month—Women's ^FtUowshto (all' day) 2nd' Mon. Each Month 7:30 p.m.—Meh's Fellowship WINDFALL METHODIST Kenneth Fahl, Pastor 9:20 a.m.—Church School , 10:30 a-m.—Worship Service 6:00 p.m.—MYF WEDNESDAY: 7:20 p.m.—Choir Practice Ird Wed. Each Month—WSCS SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST Cicero Carrol E. Perry, Paster SATURDAY SERVICES: 9:30 a_m.—Sabbath School 11:00 a.m.—Worship WEDNESDAY: 7:30 p.m.—Prayer Meeting ALBRIGHT EUB CHURCH Two miles ewtft of Atlanta on county line. Harold Rush, Patter 9:10 a,m., Sunday church school W :89 a_m^ worship serric* . 7 p.m., youth fellowship S p.m., evening worsKIp 7:20 p.m., Wednesday, prayer service. 9 VjJ i.m.—Sunday School vice Jesting. •7 :2Tp,'m:—Bray*r Meeting TETBRSiOrJG CHRISTIAN CHUkCH ^f .f ;•; T*rei^^, IrKiJaha Mlljii^it M Junction of 28 «V 31 RJcKir^ DoKovirr,Paster 9 :IQa.m.—Sunday School • • 10:3,0- a .m.^^.oVnlng - Worship - WINDFALL PILGRIM HOLINESS .9:30 a.m.^-Sunday 'School It it*, t.m.— worship ,f'00! p.m.—"BYF .'1:0* p.m.—Happy Hour * :00 p.m.—Evangelistic Str-lce THURSDAY: 7:08; p.m.-r-Prayer Service NORMANDA CHRISTIAN CHURCH Route 3, Tipton, Indiana' Stephen L. Winners, Paster Bible School Supt Clarence Morrison. SUNDAY SERVICES: 9:30 a.m.—Bible School 10 :30 a_m.—Morning Worship 7^30 p.m.—Evening Serylc* THURSDAY. 7:20 pan.—Tjuth Fellowship CURTISVILLE CHRISTIAN CHURCH 1120 Sunday School 10:30 Morning Worship - OMEGA CHRISTIAN CHURCH S rnlles S«Kith of Read 2| en Read Lfwtll S. Bain, Paster - ; 9:20 Sunday School Religion In America By LOUIS CASSELS . r . United Press Interpajtyttl -i The most dangerous ~ ptjal- Us jaeiaMerticin-^iat >Pod HAS bevealedi-Bumselt jp^Mstory, in the i person; of' Jea* icfirist. The lenge which confron^'-Chris^-lself-raveMtiorls ^sMGod ac anity in the world today is not militant atheism, hut syncretism; So says Dr. W» A. Visser 't Hooft . (pronounced Wisser- Toofed), the great Dutch theologian and ecumenical leader who is general secretary of the -World Council .'of Churches. : Dr. Visser 't Hooft has written <a book about syncretism, published by' Westminster Press under the title: "No other name." He defines syncretism as "the view, which holds that there is no unique revelation in history,. that : there ; are many different ways to reach the de- yine reality, that all formulations of religious truth or experience are by their very nature inadequate, expressions of that truth, and is therefore necessary to harmonize as much as possible all religious ideas and experiences so as to create one universal, religion for mankind." In other words, a syncretist believes that one religion is as gpod as.another; or, to use another popular phrase, that all religions are different pathways to .the same goal. He considers it narrow-minded and arrogant for Christians to send missionaries to people - who already have a religipn of their own. He believes that religion should be a unifying xather than a divisive force in human society, and that the way to accomplish this is to put together a universal faith, which would reflect the - "best insights" of all the major religions: fin Visser 't Hooft says-^and any pastor will corroborate him —that a great many people who are. nominally members of Christian churches are really syhcretists at heart They are attracted to syncretism for several reasons. Its open-mindedness appeals to those who remember how'm u c n suffering has been inflicted on the human race by intolerant religious zealots who were certain that they alone possessed the true faith. Its denial that God has- revealed Himself through specific acts in history appeals to those' who think it is unscientific to-believe in any kind of miracle! Its promise of a -universal faith appeals to those who feel a desperate' sense of urgency about forging bonds of human unity; in an atom-threatened: world..- ••'_'- . Does/ this /mean'- that'- syncretism is ! the -religToiis wave /of the • future? - Dir. Visser. ,'Jt Hooft thinks hot." - --'••*" • He.-points' out that .however "modern"- itmay. sound, syncretism,"is actually a very old idea.-ltwas; the' approach to religion which^prevailed in many ancient civilizations, .including those • of: Babylon, Greece, and Rome. When the prophets of Israel proclaimed that -there-, is no" other" God than- Jehovah; they were resisting the syncretism of the, Babylonian culture which surrounded them. When SV Paul insisted that "there is no other name . under heaven" than Jesus Christ whereby men may be saved, he was defying the Jftoman "Empire's offer to tolerate Christianity, if it would accept the - status of just another cult. .'',.' Christianity L cannot accept that status today,* any more than it could 20 centuries ago, Dr. Visser 't Hooft says.: For the heart of the Christian faith 9:20 Sunday School 1 V ;I0 jtoT* 10 * Worship Sponsored by Tipton Ministerial Association and Merchants Whose business Are Listed Below MOORE BROS., INC. Tipton BuiWing & Loon Assn Chevrolet • Oldsmoblle Tipton; Ind. FARMERS LOAN & TRUST COMPANY Tipton, Ind. CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Tipton, lad. Flkj>T FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION Tipton, lad. CLYDE OVERDORF MOTORS Chrysler -.Dodge, - flymonth State Boad 28 ?Mt—Tipton, Ind. TIPTON COUNTY FARM BUREAU CO-OP. Tipton, fed. BAUMGARTNER GRAIN CO. GoldjunluVted. COTTINGHAM ABTO SALES ipsake PERFECT iter diamond, or ,n»- mient assured. Lite-. trade-in privilege to«MnJ a larger Kewpsake. Foster's Jewelry Tipton, Ind.. complished in the Tncarnation was unique, once-for-all, • "the crucial divine intervention" in human affairs. When Christians try to tell others the good news that "God was in Christ,^reconciling the world 4 unto Himself,". Jhey are not laiying claim to any superior religious insight, Dr. Visser message which was addressed from the start to all mankind. . Thus Christianity professes to be precisely what the syncre- ticts seelcs — a. universal faith. It does not assert, that the religion - of Christians is superior to the religion of .Jews, Moslems or Buddhists, but rather that Jesus Christ is "Lord of all men.".. You, Your Child And School By DAVID NYDICK UPI Education Specialist A strong basic reading program is essential to a child's academic success. Recent research in education seems to indicate that sound growth in the reading area has important implications for all children from the successful student to the potential dropout. The need for learning basic skills is only part of a successful reading program. The skills are only valuable/if. they are used. This refers to the need for growth'in interest arid motivation for reading. It is a skill which will unlock unlimited knowledge and enjoyment for the individual. In the intermediate grades a reading program should emphasize experience, pleasure, comprehension, critical analysis, research skills, and creativity. The practical and useful applications of reading in our culture include academic as well as recreational type purposes. Perhaps the emphasis, in a reading program should change. The learning of basic skills should be stressed in the primary grades. As these, skills are mastered this part of the program can be phased out. It can gradually be replaced with an emphasis upon the use of these skills in the other areas of the curriculum bringing about an understanding and interest in. the usefulness of reading. . '''.' -~ How cam these aims be ac- complishee?. Obvio'usly J*f eading is an important, part' of the total school program. Many of you have had the experience of your child saying that there was no reading homework after having spent two hours doing research on a social studies project. It is important for him. to realize he is having reading experiences without being in a reading lesson. There is constant 'talk about recognizing individual differences., A reading program which uses only one text, book series cannot meet the different various texts and supplementary materials is necessary. The need for an expanded use [fit materials becomes more and more.'important in the upper •grades. It is too' confining to stay tied to one book. A.^hild can truly pursue his individual interests when he has an opportunity to cijoose from many different books. It is through the use of experiences in these books that we can bring about the kinds of learning we really desire. The development of interest will be one of the keys to learning. HOMECOMING SERVICE Hills church will observe homecoming Sunday .with the worship, service at 9:30 a. m., followed with Sunday school at 10:30 a. m. A carry-in dinner will be served at the noon hour. The afternoon program will begin at 1:30 p. nr., with Rev. Phillip Robinson as guest speaker. Let 10CAL FINANCE be For Those Fall Expenses Get.The Cash You Need .. . •25 to '1,000 at... LOCAL FINANCE -.i'.-' ,-.i«r

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