The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on February 25, 1971 · Page 3
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February 25, 1971

The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 3

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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1971 coming events • .'• ' THURSDAY Lincoln School PTA meeting- 7:30 p.m. multipurpose room FRIDAY Ever Ready Class of Trinity Methodist Church -„ 7:30 p.m; Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Pennock 623 W.Madison ' Tipton Co.. Extension Homemakers Club - 1:30 p.m.* Ella Wilson, 217 W. North SATURDAY Singspiration - New Hope Baptist Church, southeast of Tipton at 7:30 p.m. , Special Sing - 7:30 p.m., Community Church, 830 North Oak MONDAY Atlanta PTO - 7:30 p.m., school gym, Election of Officers Know How Extension Homemakers Club - 7: 30 p.m., Mrs. Charles McQuinn, route 1 WEDNESDAY Redi-Maids Extension Homemakers Club - 7.-30 p.m. Mrs. .. Robert Strong, 703 N. Main Eye. Cue Rome Demonstration Club - 1:30 p.m., Mrs. Paul Larson, southwest of Windfall MONDAY Psi Iota Xi Sorority Style Show 4-H Building ' THE TIPTON (INDIANA) DAILY TRIBUNE Page 3 Life is Worth Living God Power We live in a world greatly impressed with power. In the phy^ ; sical realm we speak of horsepower and atomic power. We have -learned the tremendous energies that can.be unleashed by splitting the smallest element in the world the atom; energies that propel our ships, turn our turbines for industry or destroy our cities: with a single blast. We also speak of rocket power; and stand amazed periodically as the gigantie space ships .are thrust into outer space from Cape Kennedy. Yes, we are impressed with power in the physical world. We refer to dollar power and' certainly there is great power in money, power to influence nations buy votes, sway candidates, or appease blackmailers, money which can feed our' poor, build church buildings, send missionaries to foreign countries, erect hospitals, orphans' homes and colleges. Money is power. One of the major topics of our day is black power'versus white power; The black people of our nation are bidding for more and more voice and influence in governmental and social areas. There is a power at work in our world that is ofter?dver looked by the masses. It is the greatest power available to mankind. It is God power. The same God who- created the worlds, flung the stars into the Heavens by His powerful fingertips, scooped up the dustfrom the earth; formed into a human being and breathed into his nostrils the breath of life, makes His power available to us. It is the power to become sons and daughters of God, possessing both human and divine . natures. This is accomplished through the proper relationship with God's Son, Jesus Christ. Larry T. Swaim Rod Cameron and Gabby Mr. Rod Cameron of the Pearson's Mill Christian Assembly will be speaking. at Curtisville Christian Church the week of Feb. "28 to Mar. 5i -Services begin" at 7:00 for the youth with the evening service at 7:30 and the public is invited. .Mr. Cameron is unusual in many"ways. He is an effective ventriloquist of professional ability, using his dummy, Gabriel, (Gabby, for short) in most of the services. He often brings along . some pets including Oscar, his pet python. Because Mr. Cameron is six feet, five inches tall, Gabby had to be made oversized to maintain the proper perspective. Rod Cameron grew up in Moscow, Indiana, and was baptized I T U' ST If at Your Friendly Bank FARMERS LOAN ' & TRUST COMPANY 110 E. Jeff. St. Tipton, Indiana . in the MoscowChristiahChurch when he was eleven. He gradu- . ated from Louisville Bible College /in Louisville, Kentucky in 1955.L While a student, he married his wife, Beverly, in 1954. They now have three children, Mark, Myrna and Bruce. The Cameron family pioneered in a new work in the Zambezi Valley on the edge of Lake Kariba in 1959. There from the rugged bush country overlooking the growing lake they cut a road to the edge of the cliff and build the mission station. Overcoming many hardships they managed to .build a house, school and other buildings which became the center for their mission activities during their first two terms of service in Rhodesia.. They worked among the "stone age" naked savages of trie Baton- •ga Tribe, bringing them the first •schools and churches they had even seen. In his book, "A Dummy Goes To Africa", Mr. Cameron tells of his call to missionary service and the joys and problems of . starting a Christian mission among primitive people. His experiences range from the difficulty individuals had in learning their first lessons inChris- tian conduct to bring charged by a bull elephant. , During the time he spent in Rhodesia eleven schools were" opened with a church in connection with each. school. There were over 700 converts to Christianity in this area during the time the Camerons ' were there. In addition to the preaching and "teaching, their activities included medical first aid, sewing classes, for the women, and literacy classes. Since April, 1967, the Camerons have been employed by the Pearson's "Mill Christian Assembly where Rod is manager, caretaker, and promoter, while his wife acts" as registrar, nurse," and secretary. Mr. Cameron also preaches every Sunday morn-' ing for the Somerset church and County Tops Has Meeting The Country TOPS met Wednesday morning in the GAR Room at the Courthouse. The pledges were said and a few songs were sung. , Carolyn Mpreland was the backslider queen and Jane Livesay was Dues winner. ', A new contest wac started today with the winner receiving, a trip to a beauty shop for Easter. Charms were given to the winners of the six week contest. They were Jean Tatum,. Jane Livesay, and Carolyn Moreland. TheClub wiU go to Lane Bryants of Indianapolis on Monday, March 1. Certificates of recognition were awarded to Phyllis Cauble and Jane Livesay this past year. Phyllis lost 31 1/2 pounds and Jane lost 22 pounds for the .year. Mrs. Marvin Wittkamper, secretary and treasurer of the Tipton County Porkettes and son Rodney are selling tickets for the pork chop dinner served at the Area Swine Workshop at the 4-H Building Wednesday noon." In the back ground are swine producers'and farmers from a 5 county area. Photo by Margaret Hinkle Recent Guests By Mrs. Ted "Barrett WINDFALL ^— Mr. and Mrs". Wayne Plummer of near Selma were the Sunday dinner and afternoon guests of his sister, Miss Lenore Plummer. Mrs. Chester Shockney return-, ed home Monday afternoon from the Tipton County Hospital following observation and treatment the past several days. Mr. and Mrs. James Callan are the parents of a son born at the Tipton County Hospital. The baby is welcomed into the home by a brother and two sisters. Mrs. Dena Reed of Kokomo was the recent guest of her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Dewitt. is frequently called upon to speak for various rallies and meetings. Tipton County Porkettes served approximately 54 men at the Area Swine Workshop held at the 4-H Building Wednesday. Servr ing are (left to right) Mrs. Jim Kirkendall.-Mrs. Gene Woods, Mrs. Don Orr and Mrs. Ralph Kauffman. A special treat on the menu was sausage cake. A unique idea to promote pork. Other women.. who helped to prepare and serve the meal were Mesdames Dennis. Bryant, Olen Cunningham, Robert Stafford, Dan Nash, Wm. Nash, and Marvin Wittkamper. Photo by Margaret Hinkle cCeiSoii YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO „ MERLE NORMAN COSMETICS EXCLUSIVE ". COMPLIMENTARY MAKE-UP LESSON. A COMPLETE NEW LOOK AND A COMPLEXION CARE PROGRAM DESIGNED JUST FOR YOU. IN PRIVATE WITHOUT CHARGE.- CALL TODAY. MERLE NORMAN COSMETICS 312 So. Anderson St. Elwood Phone 552-0102 PUBLIC AUCTION Friday Night February 26,1971 7:30 SHARP NEW and USED FURNITURE Appliances - Household Goods Hundreds of Items - Buy at your price* Select any new or used item for auction. Famous Name Brands - Unbelievable Savings Don't miss this Big Sale! That's Friday Nite 7:30 Plenty Seats ( Financing Available. Livingroom - Bedroom - Deri - Kitchen - Familyroom "Central Indiana's Largest New & Used furniture Dealer''' EARLY W JIVE'S FURNITURE 1st & Main Elwood, Ind. Not Responsible for Accidents J. T. Early wine - Auctioneer Turn your used items into cash the fast way. Open Daily for Retail Sales Ph. 552-5315 The February 23rd social meetingofGamma Omega Chapter of Psi. Iota Xi Sorority was a "Come . As You Are'.' party at the West Street Christian (jlhurch. Most of the members had been caught in their night gowns or robes so the meeting resembled a slumber party. The prize for best dressed was given to Nancy Trigesser. An unexpected sponsible for this picture, A short business meeting was held to discuss) (and uninvited visitor),was the photographer re- plans for the ''Spanish Fiesta" Style Show to be held March 15, 8 to 10 p.m. at the Tipton Co. 4-ljl Building. It was decided to purchase a $50 gift certificate from Contes'sa's Dress Shop to be raffled at the Style ?how instead of the portable TV as previously decided. Reports were given from Dubs bridge was then chairmen of the" decoration and stage committees and posters were handed out to members.of the ppster committee to display in the windows of cooperating merchants. played with Betty Garmori winning high-prize and Connie Shields low. Refreshments were then served by hostesses Marty Those present for.the meeting were: Helen Meng, Katie Smith, Judy Hicks, Mary Wiggins, Carolyn Smith, Janis Wilkes, Maxine Comer, Kay Henry, Connie Shields/Judy. Colbert,' Betty • .-I Redi-Maids Club Redi-Maids Extension makers Club will meet home of Mrs. Robert 703 N. Main Wednesday p.m.. Special Sing • Kings Travelers will hold. a . Special' Sing, at the Community '. Church, 830 North. Oak St. Satr urday at 7:30 ; p.m. Public is welcomed. |Garmon, Nancy Tragesser and Linda. Edwards. (Photo by Joe O'Banion). Home- in the; Strong, at 7:30 "Spanish Stylej Psi Iota Xi on a "Spanish March . 15. at 4-H Building, from" 7:00 p.m Style Show willj m. to 10:00 p.m Meng and Marilyn Mitchell. Smith, Leanna Powell, Marilyn Mitchell,."Martha Fiesta" Show Fiesta' the porority will put Style Show. Tipton County Salad Bar will be to 8:00 p^m. and be from 8:00 p; ~ KnowH 6w Club Know How Extension Homemakers Club '^jrill meet at the" . \ stick nl ftn -witifi pirn <iiiil;iiiis .llidlll H l/l! i;iliirirs. •v- v Tin- AV^i 's first IrlrvisiiiK s(;itic>u. WY \0. lii-piii lr;in>- "iiiil(in<! >> III - liuur .1 ihiv frnm l .iis Aii-.-l.-s in I'Kll. home of Mrs. Charles McQuinn, route .1. Cd-hostess will be Mrs. Frank Recobsi Mrs. Norman Palmer will give devotions. Mrs; Ray Wiggins will present the lesson and election of offi-- cers will be held. - To help us select material for our readers below complete the order of preference" column by filling in one," two, or three etc., whichever A. Dr. Coleman B. Helen Help Us C. Life Is Worth Living you, the subscriber, can help us. In the sections applies to the feature YOU like.- Also, list sut jects or authors that you wish to read. Thank you. NUMBER In ORDER of PREFERENCE A.__ A. Popeye B. Brick Bradford C. Rip Kirby D. Blondie A. Cross Word Puzzle B. TV Schedule B. C. A.. B. C. D. A.. B._ I would like to see other featu included such as: Definite articles by Persons or Authors Articles by Subject Send by mail or drop off at: THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE 221-223 E. Tipton, Indiana Jefferson St.

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