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Tipton, Indiana
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Friday, April 2, 1965
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PAGE 4 THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE Friday, April 2,1965 "f»Vl* + 1 Tipton Churches DIRECTORY APOSTOLIC UNITED -PENTECOSTAL CHURCH North and Ash Straat Raymond Brown, Pastor 117 East North Strswt , JO.-00 a-m. Sunday Bohool 7:80 pan. Sunday Night Service 7:30 pjn. Thursday Toune People's Service ASSEMBLY OF GOD 227 East North Sre*t Richard G. Smith, Pastor 9:45 aim.—Sunday School 7:00 p.m.—Sunday Eve. Service WEDNESDAY .7:00 pjo. —Evening- Servlcs CHURCH OF CHRIST West Jefferson Stratf Larry Vandavantar/Minister 2:30 a-m.—WBMP-FM—Sunday S:10 aja.—Bible Study 10:30 a-m.—Morning Worship «;00 p.m.—Evening Worship CHURCH OF GOD Fred B. Hibfaard, Pastor 3:30 ajru—Sunday School 11:09 a.m.-—Worship .Service 7:00 p.m.'—Sunday Night.Service 7:3J0 p.m.—T»P;E. SeryUe I tell'you, mix: but; except ye repent, iye -shall ail-likewise perish. St Luke 13; 3. Everyone yrelcomel <HURCH;OF'THE;N«URENE East A&ms ami Independence c Street.'/ D. £/ Mathews,, Pastor 9:30 a-m.—Sdqday School 10:30 a-m.—Morhlne Worship^ 6:'46 p.m.— Yonng Peoples Hour and Bible'Study 7:30 p.m.—Evening Worship • WEDNESDAY- 7:30 pjn.—Mid-Week Service . Prayer EMANUEL LUTHERAN. CHURCH Fab-view and West Jackson Street Rev. Donald W. Biester, Pastor J:i0 a-m.—Morning "Worship 10:30 a-m:—Sunday 'School FIRST BAPTIST ..CHURCH. (Conservative Baptist Association) . • 400 Oak'Street at North Street Richard' Messner,. Music and Youth Minister of SUNDAY SERVICES: i: 30 a-m.—Family Bible School • <28.' classes) 40:30 a.m.—Morniae; Worship Hoot :00 p.m.—Evening: Service. «:00 p.m.—Training Hour. WEDNESDAY: 1 7: SO p.m-—Midweek Hour of • •• - . Prayer FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Jefferson at West Street Harold W Davis,. Pastor •: 10—Oiurch School 10: SO a-m.—Morning Worship E :00 p.n.—Youth, Fellowship KEMP MEMORIAL METHODIST North Main at Walnut W. Noble Green, Pastor Mrs. Jack Plate, Church Secty. Mr. J. B. Oyier, Parish Visitor 9:30 Church School 10:30 Morning' Worship 8:00 Chapei Choir Rehearsal *:00 Junior High MYF «-00 Senior High MYF 1:30 Thursday, Chancel Choir Rehearsal PILGRIM HOLINESS CHURCH Mill and Douglas Arthur N. Davis Pastor (:30 a.m.—Sunday Schoo 10:30 a-m.—Morning Worship 7:30 p.m.—livening Service WEDNESDAY- 7:10 p.m.—Prayer 1 Meeting GRACE MISSIONARY BAPTIST MISSION | Tipton.Lions.Club • Roy Copas,.Pastor. 10:00 a,m. Sunday School. 11:00 a.m. Worship Service ST. JOHN'S CATHOLIC Mill Street | , Jerome C.Walski, Pastor 8:00—Mass 10:00 A-M.—Mass. WESLEYAN METHODIST CHURCH | North and Independence Kenneth S. Mttchner/ Pastor 9:30 a_m.—Sunday School 10:25—Worship-Service 6:38 p.m.—Youth Service 7:30'p.m.—Evangelistic . Sendee WEDNESDAY: j 7:30 p.m.—Prayer Meeting WEST STREET CHRISTIAN CHURCH : 4 :\j. Washington and West Streets Norval Lyon,'Paster "r David Clark, Associate Pastor 8:30 a.ra.. First Worship •': 9:30 a.m.. Church School 10:30 a.m.. Second Worship E p,.m.,-Chl Rbo Fellowship 5:30 p.m., Christian,Youth Fellowship, f ' .-¥•. COUNTY CHURCHES LIBERTY - BAPTIST CHURCH : Route if" ' };'•:• • Wendell P.Webster, Pastor 9:30 a-rn!, Sunday SohopL 10:30 art- Church Service. 7 p.m.', -Evening Worship • 7 p.m., Thursday, Bible study, jfrayer meeting. Junior, -Senior i By DAVID H. CLARK, Associate Minister West Street Christian Church SrDXT: "From that time Jesus began to show his | disciples that he must £ > to Jerusalem and suf- j fer many things from the elders and chief | priests and scribes, and be killed, and on the I third day be raised." Mat. 16:21. This is a season for Christians to'remember the dramatic events of the final days of Jesus' earthly ministry! It is a time when as Christians we need to remember that these things happened to Jesus because he "set his face steadfastly toward Jerusalem."| Have you set your face toward Jerusalem? Today there are millions'of people in the world who have never faced the spiritual Jerusalem. They are unwilling to!face spiritual • realities. Many of these people live in this community and in this county.. Perhaps you are such a person. ' , Why is it that many people go through life without facing Jerusalem*! One reason may be that the cost is more than they are willing to pay. Being a Christian is not easy. If you think it is easy to be Ja Christian then you really haven't faced up to^ Jerusalem. Perhaps you have been avoiding the ultimate realities of life. As the song goes, "if you can't bear the cross, then you can't wear ihe crown." Another reason for failure to face the spiritual Jerusalem is that too many people today do not have any real purpose or goal that is worth living for.. j All of usj need to ask ourselves, what is my justification 1 for wanting to be considered a part of the human race? Things are changing so rapidly that we have the tendency to excuse our goal- lessness by bring. As a and never waiting to see what tomorrow will consequence we are always waiting moving towards an ultimate goal. Jesus knewj what his goal had to be and so he set his face steadfastly toward Jerusalem. An­ other reason for failing to face Jerusalem is the matter of indecision. Many people have heard the gospel message but can't seem to mae up their minds. Isn't it tragic that we can make decisions like where to live, what kind of work to do, who to marry, what to eat—but the most important decision of life which affects our eternal destiny is left hanging in doubt. A few days ago I received a letter asking for my opinion as to whether I felt the war in Viet Nam should be extended or whether the United States should seek to negotiate a settlement. It seems that the President of our country takes great stock in private opinion polls. What would your decision be? What is ^he Christian decision in this matter? Is there a "Christian" choice? Yet as important as the decision about what the President will decide about Viet Nam is, it is minor compared to the decision which each man must make about his eternal destiny. The right decision can open new doors to the abundant life. The wrong decision can lead to eternal chaos. Our heavenly Father, we pray that at this Easter season all responsible men will set their faces steadfastly towards Jerusalem. We know that the forces of evil will continue to place Black Fridays in our path, but with the hope of Christ in our hearts we know that ultimate victory belongs to You. In the name of Christ who loved us so much that he was willing to die for every man. Amen. ATLANTA-.METHOD 1ST CHURCH Macklyn Bradish, Pastor 8:30 i.wi.~ Worship Service 10:80 a-m-- 1 —Church School 7:00 P.M.—MYF THUJJSDAY: 7:0* KM. Family "Night 4th SUNDAY ATLANTA CHRISTIAN CHURCH Wallace Jones, Pastor 9:30 a.m. Morcrmg Worship] 10:80 a.m. Church School 6:30 p.m. Youth Program EASJ UNION CHRISTIAN Tipton-Hamilton County Line on U. S. 31 James Shoekney. Pastor 9:30 a-m. Bible School 10:30 a-m. Morning Worship «;30 P.M. CYF 7:3? -'P.M.—-Evening^ Services Bible study and prayer meeting each Thursday at S'p.m. • - ! Official Board—1st Monday j CWF Group—2nd Tuesdays i CWF General Meeting—4 th Tuea. EAST HOPEWELL MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH I 7 miles-north of Tipton on State Rocd If and V* mile" west on the Sharpsville Road. Charles Fields, Pastor 10:00 aim. Sunday School ' 1 11:00 sum. Worship Service S:30 p.m. Training Union 7:30 P.M. Worship Service . 7:30 p.m. first Saturday Business Meeting I 1:30 p.m. second Wednesday W.M. V. GOLDSMITH METHODIST CHURCH: PAUL. ZIMMERMAN, Pastor 9:'3§ 'aim.—Worship jService 10-30 a.m.—Sunday School I 6:00 p:m.—MYF: 2ndj& 4th Sun First Mon.j each Month Official Board j HOBBS CHRISTIAN CHURCH Hobbs, Indiana j | Arthur Neumarkot, Jr., Paster Larry Plough*, Supt of Sun. Sch. Noble Plough*, Ass't. Supt. 9:30 am'.-T-ChuTch School ! 10:30 s, rh.—Morning Worship 8:00 •< ip.m.—Bowjd Meeting; 1st , t ' Sunday * I . | 8:00 p.m.—Christian Youth Fellowship, 3rd Sunday. HOBBS METHODIST CHURCH Jack Howell,; Pastor William Morgan, Jr., Supt. Sun. Sch. Woman's Society 9:30 a.m.—Morning Worship 10:30 a,m.—Sunday School 3rd Wednesday Eve. of Month: ARCADIA CHRISTIAN CHURCH Arcadia, Indiana Lee Duane Mangold, Pastor »:»II a.m. Uible School 10:00 a.m. Adult & Jr. Worship 6:30 p.m. Graded Youth Program ST. STEPHENS EPISCOPAL CHURCH State Road 37, South, El wood M. E. Denfcfnser, Pastor 7:30 a-m. Holy Communion 10:00 a.m. Family Corporate Worship SHARPSVILLE METHODIST Estel Neace, Pastor 9:00 Sunday School 10:00 Church Services 9:30 a.m.—Cburoh School 10:30 a.m.—Morning Worship 6:SO p.m.—Methodist Youth Fellowship ' THURSDAY: . 7:00 p.m.—Choir Rehearsal WINDFALL CHRISTIAN Delmar Follis, Pastor 9:30 a.m.—Bible School 10-30 a-m.—Worship t.-OO p.m.—CYF. 7:00 p.m.—Evangelistic Service NEVADA METHODIST CHURCH Leonard Pavey, Pastor . 9:45 a_m.—Sunday - School 10:45 a-m.—Worship Service ' Woman's Society (Xnd Wednesday of month) HOPEWELL METHODIST Paul Zimmerman, Pastor 9:45 a.m. Sunday School ; 10-45 a-m.—Worship Service «':00 p MLT— MYF - 1st 4 3rd Wednesday each month Official Board—1st Sunday each month. KEMPTON CHRISTIAN Jerry Nash, Pastor * 9:30 a-m.—Worship Service j 10:30 a.m.—Sunday School • 6:30 p.m.—Youth Meeting j 7:30 p.m.—Church Service WEDNESDAY:'. 7:30 p.m.—Bible StudyMonthly: 1st Wed., Missionary meeung.. - * - KEMPTON METHODIST Daniel Bengston, Pastor 4th Mon.,' Board Meeting 3:45 a.m.—Sunday School 10:45 a.m.—Worship Service 5:39 P- m -—Methodist Youth Fellowship WEDNESDAY: 7:00 p.m.—Bible Study MONTHLY: 1st Wed. 2:00 p.m.—WSCS 1st Thjirs. 7;30 p.m.—Methodist Men 3rd Sun. 7:30 p.m.—Finance Committee 4th Sun. 7:30 p.m.—Official Board WINDFALL CHURCH OF THE BRETHREN Thomas Davis, Pastor 9:30 a.m.—Sunday School 10:30 a_m.—Worship Service 7:30 p.m.—Evening Worship THURSDAY : 7:30 p.m.—Bible Study 1st Tues; Eacli Month—Women's Fellowship (all day) 2nd Mon. Each Month 7:30 p.m.—Men's Fellowship WINDFALL METHODIST Kenneth Fahl, Pastor 9:30 a.m.—Church School 10:30 a.m.—Worship Service. 6:00 p.m.—MYF WEDNESDAY: 7:30 p.m.—Choir Practice 3rd Wed. Each Month—WSCS SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST Cicero Carrol E. Perry, Pastor SATURDAY SERVICES: 9:30 a-m.—Sabbath School 11:00 a.m.—Worship WEDNESDAY: 7:^0 ».m.—Prayer Meeting ALBRIGHT EUB CHURCH Two miles west of Atlanta on county.' line. Harold Rush, Pastor 9:30 «.-m., Sunday church school, a.m.. worship service a.m., Youth fellowship p.m., evening worship p.m., Wednesday, prayer ser- ce. ' APOSTOLIC BIBLE CHURCH R. R. 1,Tipton. Normanda Pike— We^t of Beach Grove School James Bleylock—Pastor ' ' 10:60 a.m.—Snndsy School 7:30 p.m.—Kvenlng. Woriblp 7:30 p.m. Wednesday—Bible Study 7:30 p.m. Saturday—Vnnng I 'coplt ROCK PRAIRIE SEPARATE BAPTIST IN CHRIST 5 miles North of Tipton on Stat* Road 19 and a square East. Cletis Bogue, Pastor 9:30 a.m.—Sunday School 10:3Q a.m.—Worship Service 7:00 pjn.—Youth Meeting 7:30 p.m.—Evangelistic Bervlca WEDNESDAY: i 7:30 p.m.—Prayer Meeting . TETERSBURG CHRISTIAN CHURCH Tetersburg, Indiana Mile West of junction of 28 A 31 Richard Donovan, Pastor 9:30 a.m.—Sunday School 10:30 son.—Morning Worship WINDFALL PILGRIM HOLINESS 9:30 a.m.—Sunday School 10:30 a.m.—Worship 6;00 p.m.—PYF «:0» p.m.—Hajpy Hour 7:00 p.m.—Evangelistic Seprfoe THURSDAY; 7:00 p.m.—Prayer Service NORMANDA CHRISTIAN : CHURCH Route 3, Tipton, Indiana Stephen L. Winners,'. Pastor Bible School Supt. Clarence Morrison. . SUNDAY SERVICES: 9:30 a-m.—Bible School 10:30 a.m.—Morning Worship 7:30 p.m.—Evening ServiceTHURSDAY: : " 7:30 p.m.—Youth Fellowship CURTISVILLE CHRISTIAN CHURCH Richard, True, Pastor . 9:30 Sunday School') 10:30 Morning Worship OMEGA CHRISTIAN CHURCH 5 miles South of Read II on Read 213 • '; • I '.'•• Lowell S. Bain, Pastor^ 9:30 Sunday School i < 10:80 Morning Worship j Sponsored by Tipton Ministerial Association and Merchants Wfmf^s^m^rf kpted Below BAUMGARTNER GRAIN CO. ..< ^;|^LDlJMITH, INDIANA FARMERS 'LOAN & TRUST .COMPANY ;'• TIPTON, INDIANA ,. ,' CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK , -'' '* V' TIPTON, INDIANA ' I. *. ,—:—: i • FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOC. CLYDE OVERDORF. MOTORS CHRYSLER—DOOGE—PLYMOUTH STATE ROAD 21 EAST—TIPTON, INDIANA TIPTON COUNTY FARM BUREAU CO-OP. TIPTON, INDIANA MITCHELL FUNERAL HOME WfWTHMfTRfET MOORE BROS., INC. CHEVROLET—OLDSMOBILE TIPTON,' INDIANA TIPTON BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATIOjj , TIPTON, INDIANA " lr T~~~~* BLUE FRONT DRUGS PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS 102 EAST JEFFERSON STREET BOWL -0 -DROME FESTAu'lANT PRIVATE DINING'BY APPOINTMENT DR. DON R. 104 WEST MADISON STREET TIpTON, INDIAN.* ASKREN TIPTON, INDIANA Religion In America By LOUIS CASSELS United Press International A visitor once asked: Pope John XXIII why he summoned Roman Catholic bishops to the first Ecumenical Council in nearly a century: The Pope replied by throwing open the windows of his Vatican study. "I wanted to let a little fresh air into the church," he said. Recalling this incident, an American Catholic magazine asked recently: "When fPope John opened the windows to let the fresh.air that was to ventilate the church, did he realize how much of the furniture might start blowing around?" The same thought must have passed through the minds of a good many Catholic laymen who are ' bewildered . by the sweeping reforms set in motion by tlje late Pope. No Longer Predictable These shook-up Catholics find themselves in a church which is no longer, the staid and predictable institution it used to be. Things they have taken for granted all their, lives — such as clerical celibacy and going without meat on Fridays — are publicly called into question by high-ranking prelates. Laymen dare' to criticize bishops. Nuns lead civif rights marches. The 'Mass is said in English instead of Latin. A Vatican commission debates whether birth control is really sinful. Catholic theologians speak kindly of Martin Luther. And instead of steering clear of Protestants, - Catholics are exhorted- to make friends with them — and even, on occasion, to worship with them. Confronted with these .and other radical changes in what he had always through to be the immutable law of the church, the man in the pew can hardly be blamed for wondering just what's going on. . .and where it will end. Questions Teachings More significantly, he cannot help wondering how he can ever again repose absolute and unquestioning confidence in the teaching authority of the church. "If • so much of what I was taught as a child now turns out to be wrong," he asks, "how can I he sure that the rest is reliable? If some of the rules I've loyally obeyed all these years are now found to be unnecessary, how can I go on making other sacrifices which the priest tells me it's my duty to make?" If he were as well instructed in his faith as he ideally should be, he would ;'• know that the MASTER FEED & SUPPLY CO. QUALITY FEEDS AND SEEDS—BULK DELIVERY Lenten Service Planned Sunday At Christian Church • • • j The third in the series of union Lenten services sponsored by West Street Christian church and First Presbyterian church will be held in the Christian church at 7 p. m. Sunday."The guest speaker will be Dr. Howard; W. Kipp, pastor of First 'Presbyterian church, Frankfort. • Dr. Kipp received his bachelor of arts degree, from Maryville-college, Tenn., his bachelor of divinity degree from Louisville Presbyterian seminary, and his master of sacred theology- degree from Hartford seminary in -Massachusets. In 1958, Hanover | college, Presbyterian--college in Indiana, honored the visiting pastor with the honorary doctor of divinity degree for' meritorious service among Indiana- churches. Dr. Kipp has. served all. of his ministry jin Presbyterian churches in Indiana. Recently he was moderator of the Synod of Indiana. Prior, to that he was mqderator of [Whitewater, and Cra,wfordsvi!Je i Presbyteries of the Presbyterian church. Presently, he serves as stated clerk of Crawfordsville' Presbytery. The visiting pastor is chairman of 'Indiana Synod's Long Range Planning committee^ which plans the actions of the Presbyterian church in Indiana for several years in the future., .' |. The' service Sunday will have special music by the Christian, church choir and the leadership of Rev. Norval Lyon, pastor, and Rev. Harold W. Davis, 'Presbyterian pastor. The general: public is welcome to attend this service. . Vatican Council has not tamp-, ered *with' any teaching of the church which properly falls into the category of infallible and ir- reformable dogma. It has re-, stated some teachings to make them clearer add more meaningful to ; modern minds. But insofar as it has made basic changes — as in the switch from Latin to modern languages in the Mass — they have been confined to practices which always were a matter of discipline rather than dogma — and hence subject to change with the times. You, Your Child and School By DAVID NYDICK i UP I Education Specialist Should a student be retained at his present grade level for another year? this will be an important question for many individuals during the next few months. This consideration should not come as a shock to parents. If a student is having extreme diffuclty parents should already know this. Their cooperation in helping the student 5 is most important and should have been requested some time ago. Is non-promotion the answer for all children with serious learning problems? Obviously, the answer is no. Most research shows that non-promotion has not been the solution. There are many reasons why children fail to learn. Before any action is taken, it is most important that the cause of the problem be found. This means that a complete evaulation is necessary. A thorough physical examinations is indicated. This should include a dental, hearing and vision check. It is wise to consider the student's health habits such as sleeping and eating. The extent of the student's academic weakness should be determined. This can be accomplished y combining the teacher's judgement with a variety of standard and diagnostic tests. A qualified psychologist should evaluate the student's emotional and social adjustment. An estimate of the child's ability is valuable. The child's age, physical size, athletic ability, coordination, and general maturity are all important factors which will effect any decision. After all the information is gathered, it should be reviewed by the principal, psychologist, guidance counsellor and parents. In this way the - decision will have more validity than if action is based on inadequate evidence.. Any action should be directed towards correcting the cause of the problem. The child who has been absent a great deal may need tutoring. A child who has a hearing or vision problem may need glasses, hearing aid or special instruction. An emotional problem may require psychological treatment. A student who is misplaced socially, academically, and physically might benefit from non-promotion. This should be done in the early grades. Learning problems are unnecessarily emphasized unless they are corrected in the early grades. Parents can be most helpful if their child is retained. He will need a great deal of encouragement. He must know that he is still loved. He should not feel disgraced but should understand that he can be successful. He should feel that everyone is working with him and not against him. PHI BETA PSI SORORITY 'Members of Phi -Beta Psi sor- &rity will meet at the home of Mrs. Raymond Stipp, route 1 for their April business meeting on Tuesday at 7:30 p. m. TR.I KAPPA SORORITY Mrs. Ward Riffe; 108 Green street will entertain members of Tri Kappa sorority in her home on 8 p. mL SECURITY CLUB 1 Entertaining members of Security club on-Tuesday will be Mrs. Mabel Jones, 116 Oak street at 7:30 p. m. CAFETERIA—BROILED i- t - .-'.-•. . 3 STEAKS-SHORT ORDERS COIN^WASH & DRY CLEANING 403 EAST JEFFERSON MSJ **fifTLAHO IT'S HERE! Tha. • GOSPEL MEETING will bagln at tha CHUBCH OF CHRIST Wast Jefferson Street 4th of April and end April 13th DON CLAYTON WILL BE YO.UR SPEAKER EACH EVENING AT 7:30 P.'M. " Honor us with your presence

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